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Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Fix : Unable to open with Sublime Text 3

In registry editor, delete the key and all its subkeys:
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Applications\sublime_text.exe


Now you would be able to select the sublime from open with.


Problem:
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Workaround if you have ST2 and ST3
when I double click a txt file, I would like it opens automatically with ST3, like it used to do with ST2.
Unfortunately, when I try to change "open with" for txt files, ST3 is not on the list and if I manually select the exe file nothing happens.

fix: Unable to associate txt files to ST3

In registry editor, delete the key and all its subkeys:
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Applications\sublime_text.exe



Problem:
----------
Workaround if you have ST2 and ST3
when I double click a txt file, I would like it opens automatically with ST3, like it used to do with ST2.
Unfortunately, when I try to change "open with" for txt files, ST3 is not on the list and if I manually select the exe file nothing happens.

Monday, July 22, 2013

Australian Mango varieties

Australian Mango varieties available throughout the season are:
Kensignton

Kensington Pride (also known as the Bowen)

  • a soft medium-sized (300g - 600g) mango with golden flesh with a sweet, tangy flavour and a rich orange skin tinged with a pink or red blush
  • the most popular variety grown in the sub-tropical and tropical regions of Australia, making up 70% of all trees planted
  • available from late September to March
Calypso

Calypso

  • has a particularly firm fibreless flesh with a full, sweet flavour and a smooth deep orange blushed skin
  • its firm flesh is particularly well-suited for use in salads
  • available from late September to March
R2E2

R2E2

  • a large (600g - 1kg) round mango with firm lemon-yellow flesh which has a sweet, mild flavour and deep orange skin tinged with an orange-red blush
  • due to its long shelf life, the R2E2 is much sought after in export markets
  • available from November to February
Honey Gold

Honey Gold

  • has firm, juicy flesh with a rich, sweet flavour and a brilliant golden apricot-yellow colour
  • widely-spread, grown in all but one mainland state in Australia
  • its firm fibreless flesh makes the Honeygold the perfect choice for salads and smoothies, and to eat on its own, fresh or frozen, as there are no mango fibres to get stuck between your teeth
  • available from November to March



Australian Mango varieties available later in the season are:

Palmer

  • a small to medium-sized mango with a medium to firm aromatic flesh boasting a sweet, mild flavour and smooth skin with an all over dark red blush
  • has been grown commercially in Queensland for over ten years but makes up less than 5 percent of the total industry
  • available from January to March

Keitt

  • is a medium to large (400g - 1kg) sized mango with firm flesh, a sweet to mild flavour and a thick skin tinged with a red-pink to bronze blush
  • is the third most popular commercial mango variety in Australia, growing throughout the sub-tropical and tropical regions of Australia
  • available from January to March

Kent

  • is a medium to large (400g - 1kg) sized mango with medium to firm flesh, a sweet flavour, and smooth highly coloured skin tinged with a red to purple blush
  • a late season variety, the Kent is grown in most Australian districts and is available from January to March

Pearl

  • a slightly smaller mango (300 - 400g) with very firm flesh, a sweet, juicy flavour, and a lovely pearl-flecked skin with a bright orange to red blush
  • its firm flesh makes it a great no-mess fruit to work with in the kitchen
  • a late maturing variety that ripens evenly and generally has a longer shelf life of between 7 and 21 days
  • available throughout the month of February

Brooks

  • a medium-sized mango (300g - 800g) with a pale orange skin with no blush, and tasty flesh with a sweet flavour
  • available from February to April

Friday, July 19, 2013

fix : How to enable or disable Search in Windows 7

Open Control Panel > Programs and Features > Turn Windows Features on or off.

Select ‘Windows Search’ and click OK.
You will have to restart your computer.
Alternatively or additionally, you may also have to check if this registry key exists!
Open Registry Editor and navigate to the following registry key:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer
If a value called NoFind exists in the right pane, delete it.
A value 1 would mean that search and the following features have been disabled:
  • The Search item is removed from the Start menu and from the right click context menu.
  • The system does not respond when users press F3 or Win+F
  • The search item does not appear in the drive or folder right click context menu.
  • The search item may appear on the Standard Buttons toolbar, but Windows will not respond when you press CTRL+F.
If the key does not exist or has a value 0 then it is the default state; ie Search is enabled.
Exit regedit.
Always a good idea to back up the registry or create a system restore point first before touching the windows registry!
You can also open Group Policy Editor and navigate to User Configuration > Administrative Templates > Start Menu & Taskbar > Remove Search link from Start Menu
Ensure that Remove Search link from Start Menu is Disabled or Not Configured.
Should help!

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

solution: RHEL6 no ifcfg-eth

if the ifconfig shows the eth0/1/2/3 etc but there are no ifcfg-eth0/1/2/3 under the /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ then this indicates the network gui is managing the interface files.

you shall login as root

  1. su -
  2. use init 5
  3. on top right corner select the network manager 
  4. rename the interface from Auto ethX to ethX ( where X is number )
  5. apply the settings ( At this point you shall see the ifcfg-eth files under the network-scripts)
  6. execute rm /etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistent-net.rules
  7. reboot the machine ( reboot )

Tuesday, July 9, 2013

how to check if a library is installed?

you need super user access.

ldconfgi -p | grep package

replace the package with what you want to search.


if your indexing is turned on you may be able to use

locate package