Saturday, 19 November 2022
Lenovo M73 Tiny ESXi System setup. TBC
Wednesday, 16 October 2013
Free Avast AV Link
Wednesday, 17 July 2013
Bios Master Code Generator
ZTE Phone Unlocking
ZTE Unlock Generator
Wednesday, 4 January 2012
Java Applet for Remote Suppport
You can find the applet here http://vncj.com/default.aspx but the download appears to be version 1.1
Monday, 2 January 2012
Wednesday, 10 August 2011
Unable to access Windows Update website from Windows XP SP3 KB2497281
For x86-based computers (WindowsUpdateAgent20-x86.exe)
For x64-based computers (WindowsUpdateAgent20-x64.exe)
Tuesday, 15 February 2011
Full universal xp.vhd running from usb
Monday, 28 June 2010
boot.ini being deleted
Thursday, 17 December 2009
Samba for the iPhone / iPod Touch
Samba for iPhone/iPod Touch allows you to see your device as a network drive on your computer (and you can copy / change / stream files from / to it). It works on any OS that supports SMB/CIFS protocols (out of the box for most ones, including Windows). Basically it should work / interact just like another computer in your network with regards to file sharing. This package should work on both 2.x and 3.x OS versions.
This is a BETA release, install it at your own risk, only if you feel comfortable with accessing the device via terminal. The final release will be made publicly on Cydia with a much simpler installation routine. If you install it, please provide me back with feedback about this package as much as possible, including on what device & OS and if it works Ok or not.
Please report your findings to email@example.com with Samba in the topic.
Run this lines on a terminal on the iPhone/iPod Touch as user root:
1. apt-get install wget
2. wget http://apt.saurik.com/debs/samba_3.2.7-4_iphoneos-arm.deb
3. dpkg -i samba_3.2.7-4_iphoneos-arm.deb
4. wget http://tom.zickel.org/samba/com.openhebrew.samba_latest_iphoneos-arm.deb
5. apt-get install mobilesubstrate preferenceloader
6. dpkg -i com.openhebrew.samba_latest_iphoneos-arm.deb
7. respring/restart the device.
Again, in the terminal:
1. apt-get remove samba
How to use this
Samba is disabled after installation, to turn it on and configure it:
1. Go to Settings in your device.
2. Go to Samba.
3. Change the settings as you like.
4. To start samba, make sure to turn autostart on, and leave the settings pane.
After turning it on, find your device’s IP and put it in your computer as a samba / network share (windows \\
- The service is turned off by default after installation.
- The service username is root and cannot be changed.
- The service default password is listed on the bottom on the settings pane (this is a security feature, each device has it’s own auto generated passwd), you can use it, or change to your own one.
- nmbd isn’t automatically loaded, so device doesn’t show up at “network neighbourhood” (and the likes) for now.
- The whole filesystem of the device shows up as a writable network share with the URI \\\main in windows or smb:///main otherwise.
To make samba work also when screen is black (device is idle), consider installing insomnia and running it: apt-get install com.imalc.insomnia (and respring), this makes network applications still keep running when device goes idle, and is not specific to samba.
You may also install an SBSettings switch to quickly turn samba on/off via running:
1. wget http://tom.zickel.org/samba/com.oranav.sambatoggle_0.0.1_iphoneos-arm.deb
2. dpkg -i com.oranav.sambatoggle_0.0.1_iphoneos-arm.deb
Then, you should have an samba sbsettings toggle in your list (after you run samba settings atleast once).
Sunday, 8 November 2009
Homebrew Mobile Broadband Router
I uses the following hardware for the project:
- Sky Netgear DG834GT router, flashed with netgear firmware
- HP t5000 thin clent, running Windows XP Embedded
- Huawei E169G modem
- Network cable
This setup now gives me internet access anywhere in the house, I will add more details of the configuration when I get more time. Below are some pictures of the setup.
Desktop of XP embedded viewed via
Windows remote desktop
Homebrew mobile broadband router
Wednesday, 29 July 2009
Various Network Speed Tests
Computer Hardware Identifier
Thursday, 23 July 2009
Computer Shops In Data Scam
Computer technicians like these who steel customer data should have there b**ls cut off, they should be named and shamed, shut down and never allowed to trade again. It's people like these that give the IT industry a bad reputation.
The guy that did the snooping Grzegorz Zachodni had nine months in prison for this offence. Let that be a lesson to computer engineers who think they can do what they want with customer data.