Archive for the ‘’ Category

links for 2009-11-24

november 25, 2009

links for 2009-11-13

november 14, 2009
  • cat << "EOF" | mysql -umythtv -p mythconverg
    DROP TABLE IF EXISTS musicmetadata;
    DROP TABLE IF EXISTS musicplaylist;
    DROP TABLE IF EXISTS smartplaylistcategory;
    DROP TABLE IF EXISTS smartplaylist;
    DROP TABLE IF EXISTS smartplaylistitem;
    DROP TABLE IF EXISTS music_albums;
    DROP TABLE IF EXISTS music_artists;
    DROP TABLE IF EXISTS music_genres;
    DROP TABLE IF EXISTS music_playlists;
    DROP TABLE IF EXISTS music_songs;
    DROP TABLE IF EXISTS music_stats;
    DROP TABLE IF EXISTS music_smartplaylists;
    DROP TABLE IF EXISTS music_smartplaylist_items;
    DROP TABLE IF EXISTS music_smartplaylist_categories;
    DROP TABLE IF EXISTS music_directories;
    DROP TABLE IF EXISTS music_albumart;
    DELETE FROM settings WHERE value = 'MusicDBSchemaVer';

    then restart mythfrontend.

    (tags: mythtv 2009 -11)

links for 2009-11-11

november 12, 2009

links for 2009-11-08

november 9, 2009
  • Phun is an educational, entertaining and somewhat (!) addictive piece of software for playing around in a 2D physics sandbox in a cartoony fashion. Phun is not just another game, but is intended to bring in interactive physics as an enabling technology for entirely new concepts and usage patterns in creative computing for animation, simulation, narrativity, engineering, art and education.

    Phun has deep gameplay, where you combine problem solving with creativity and artistry, and therefore Phun is both educational and entertaining, and much enjoyed by children as well as adults. Still, we think Phun is just the beginning…

    Phun was developed by Emil Ernerfeldt in his MSc thesis project at the Department of Computing Science at Umeå university, supervised by Kenneth Bodin, VRlab/HPC2N.

    Originally, the MSc project that lead to Phun was announced by Kenneth Bodin as a project for a the science center, Umevatoriet, in Umeå. However, Emil went way beyond this and Phun has found its way t

links for 2009-11-06

november 7, 2009

links for 2009-11-04

november 5, 2009
  • BasicLinux is designed specifically for old PCs. It uses a small kernel and busybox to provide a low-RAM Linux, capable of browsing the web, doing email, and functioning as an X terminal. The current release of BasicLinux is particularly suitable for old laptops — it has PCMCIA capability and includes MagicPoint (a presentation tool similar to PowerPoint).

    The current release of BasicLinux is 3.50. It comes in two versions: one boots from a DOS harddrive, the other boots from floppies. Both versions have the option to install themselves to a Linux partition on the harddrive.

links for 2009-10-22

oktober 23, 2009
  • I used this tool to fix a problem with an apparently nameless pst file in outlook 2003. Run the tool then use the delte function to remove "unnamed" entry in the "store provider" section.
    Public Fix Profile for Outlook® Microsoft Office Marketplace-Logo
    Public Fix Profile is a Microsoft® Outlook® Freeware Addon to support the deletion of duplicate Personal Folders in Outlook. On some other websites you find this duplicate Personal Folders also under names like "Ghost PST files" or "phantom PST files"

links for 2009-10-21

oktober 22, 2009

links for 2009-10-15

oktober 16, 2009
  • Canon Rebel T1i / EOS 500D Compared to Nikon D90 Side by Side

    Canon Rebel T1i with EF-S 18-55mm IS zoom lens versus the Nikon D90 with AF-S DX 18-105mm ED VR kit lens

    April 7th, 2009

    At the 2009 Photo Marketing Association (PMA) Convention held in Las Vegas early last month, the rumours were already swirling that Canon would soon be unveiling something new and "exciting" in the Digital SLR arena.

    A few weeks later on March 25th Canon confirmed the speculation and introduced the Canon Rebel T1i digital SLR camera (also known as the Canon Rebel EOS 500D in some countries).

    The 15.1 MP Canon Rebel T1i shares an almost identical CMOS sensor with the higher end Canon EOS 50D. The Canon Rebel T1i also inherits the large 3.0-inch, high resolution 920,000 dot LCD monitor with a wide viewing angle and the 12800 high ISO capability from the EOS 50D.

  • IT Process Wiki: The ITIL Wiki

    The IT Process Wiki is about ITIL V3, ITIL V2, ISO 20000 and IT Service Management. It is intended to promote more widespread use of Best Practice by IT professionals. [1]

    This ITIL Wiki is run and sponsored by IT Process Maps, creators of the ITIL Process Map.

links for 2009-10-12

oktober 13, 2009
  • Hack Your Wii for Homebrew without Twilight Princess
    By Jason Fitzpatrick, 12:00 PM on Fri Aug 21 2009, 128,856 views (Edit, to draft, Slurp)

    Copy this whole post to another site
    Slurp cancel
    sending request

    Bummed because you've got a new Wii and the Twilight Princess hack won't work on it? Have an older Wii but you don't want to buy Twilight Princess just to install Homebrew? Try the free and easy bannerbomb exploit.

    Last year we showed you how to use the Twilight Princess hack to install the Homebrew Channel and various goodies like DVD playback. The bannerbomb exploit is the newest way to install the Homebrew Channel and works on the newest systems, unlike Twilight Princess—which has been a defunct hack since menu 4.0 was introduced.

  • How to Store/Load Wii Games via USB Hard Drive [Slick Tricks] PDF Print E-mail
    Written by Mike
    Saturday, 18 April 2009 13:38

    Hey people! I've made a major update to this article. If you are having trouble, you can always try the steps outlined in my original post.

    One of the cooler hacks that I've found for the Wii is how to store and load your games from a USB Hard Drive . The idea is that you plug a hard drive into one of the USB slots on the back of the Wii , and rip/store your games. When you want to play them, you have only to access the hard drive and select what you'd like to play.