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How To Enable DHCP in VirtualBox 4

Virtualization seems to be the buzzword these days and the software that makes its adoption painless for ordinary folks, in my opinion, is Oracle’s VirtualBox. It may not be “there” yet with VMWare, wherever “there” is, but for a basic testing lab, VBox does an awesome job.

The software is free – no one asks you to sign anything, fill out a long form, hand over your kids, or agree to some hidden EULA before you download. Go to the website, look for the version that matches your platform and download. If you are using a Linux Operating System, VirtualBox is most likely in the repository of your distro. (more…)

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How To Save A Drowned Phone!

It finally happened to me! I accidentally dropped my phone in water the other day and completely freaked out because as soon as the phone hit the water, it turned off and would not power back on – kudos to the manufacturer for that. It may have been what saved the phone. This is a very expensive phone and I was already bemoaning how I would have to shell out the money to replace it.

The internet, however, came to the rescue and I got a few pointers that I added to what I did to revive my phone. (more…)

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How To Fix JAuthentication Error in Joomla!

I recently had an error in Joomla! and was unable to log in to the administrator site. The error was:

  • JAuthentication::__construct: Could not load authentication libraries.
    Username and password do not match

I almost panicked. It turned out that I had accidentally disabled the authentication module and plugin thereby denying access to the site administrator. Here’s how I fixed the error… (more…)

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Microsoft’s Mega Patch Tuesday

Microsoft is gearing up for the release of its largest number of security updates and patches on this Patch Tuesday which will rival the previous highs of 12 security bulletins (February 2007 and October 2008). This release cycle will have 13 and also has eight bulletins that fall into the “critical” category which affects all versions of Windows, including the yet-to-be-released Windows 7. Affected software includes SQL Server, Microsoft Office, Internet Explorer, several important tools used by developers and the enterprise-grade Forefront Security client software. (more…)

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