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In response to: Doug Stanhope live at Sentrum Scene

Comment from: Cousin Andrė [Visitor]
Cousin Andrė

He was too nice for his reputation.

25/10/15 @ 08:18

In response to: Things to do when in Wiesbaden

Comment from: Stephan [Visitor]
Stephan

Oh the joy! Andechser Doppelbock! That reveals some teenage memories! :D

19/09/14 @ 21:18

In response to: No need for a gym

Comment from: [Member]
hellem

For langt unna for kabel og satelittskygge :-)

21/10/13 @ 09:33

In response to: No need for a gym

Comment from: Morten [Visitor]
Morten

…fordi det ikke er noe å se på sånn ute på kvelden i LangvekkiStan

17/10/13 @ 07:55

In response to: Visting Teddys Softbar in Brugata

Comment from: Morten [Visitor]
Morten
25/06/13 @ 14:43

In response to: Night out with Kent

Comment from: morten [Visitor]
morten

Innis & Gunn er min favorittøl - begge typene.

23/10/12 @ 00:30

In response to: How to compare files? Notepad++ to the rescue

Comment from: Cristi Constantin [Visitor]
Cristi Constantin

Hi, I also wrote an article about comparing two data sets using Excel, text editor or database engine. If you would like to check it out, here is the link:
http://efficient-work.blogspot.com/2012/10/compare-two-sets-of-data.html
Feedback is welcomed!

19/10/12 @ 15:24

In response to: Imagemixer 3 SE - the application from hell

Comment from: agreed [Visitor]
agreed

Hard to believe canon makes such piece of shit! Wonder has the designer of the app ever used this shit themselves?

12/09/12 @ 07:37

In response to: Summarize disk usage of all files of a given type

Comment from: [Member]
hellem

Anyhow, dir on Linux is a nogo, and samewize find on Windows…but, Linux above all - now working with only Windows servers and I must admit that I really do miss working with Linux.

06/09/12 @ 20:04

In response to: Summarize disk usage of all files of a given type

Comment from: hikkemikke [Visitor]
hikkemikke

Dir *.ear /s

Couldn’t resist it..

06/09/12 @ 19:56

In response to: Online again

Comment from: Pal [Visitor]
Pal

We are so sorry for all the problems we made for you while upgrading/moving you to the new server! Glad to see everything is up and running again!

Regards
Support
OnNet

05/09/12 @ 01:27

In response to: Summarize disk usage of all files of a given type

Comment from: [Member]
hellem

You wish Morten, but that command only lists files in current directory.

Typing “dir /?” returns

“Displays a list of files and subdirectories in a directory.”

The Linux-command find on the other hand finds all files from current directory ‘.’ and in all subdirectories.

28/08/12 @ 05:00

In response to: Summarize disk usage of all files of a given type

Comment from: MS [Visitor]
MS

Dir *.Ear

On a windows server…

28/08/12 @ 03:04

In response to: X11 Forwarding and su/sudo

Comment from: Stian [Visitor]
Stian

Easier to do IMO:
$ xauth list
to find the key for your current DISPLAY, and then do the su, followed by
$ xauth add “key”
:)

24/08/12 @ 04:04

In response to: Soundtrack - Izzat

Comment from: Morgan [Visitor]  
Morgan

This is bullshit - there is nowhere in the USA to get this soundtrack. Don’t you know we’re supposed to get everything, and mine, mine mine!?!?! WTF.

Just kidding, seriously tho, I pirate shit and can’t find this… damn it all.
I go to those sites above, but like most Amerikans, I only speak Englais….

Shit balls. Anybody hook up a U.S. or Canadian site that has this soundtrack let me know.

Thank you, and from the movie: “Respect”

24/08/12 @ 00:52

In response to: WebGroup / virtual host not defined on WebSphere

Comment from: Kash [Visitor]
Kash

Wonderful! Had the same issue. The pdf and the post on coderanch helped to resolve it pretty quick.

Thanks a lot!

17/08/12 @ 13:30

In response to: FB - 500 server error

Comment from: Morten [Visitor]
Morten

Screenshot or it didn’t happen - Proof of concept!

15/08/12 @ 17:08

In response to: How to exclude files when using ls

Comment from: krpalospo [Visitor]
krpalospo

shopt -s extglob
ls -l !(*.html)

01/08/12 @ 11:07

In response to: Norwegian date format for JIRA

Comment from: Ronny [Visitor]
Ronny

The last two need some more modification:

jira.date.time.picker.java.format dd.MM.yy HH:mm
jira.date.time.picker.javascript.format %d.%m.%y %H:%M

09/07/12 @ 04:00

In response to: WebGroup / virtual host not defined on WebSphere

Comment from: Shailendra [Visitor]
Shailendra

thanks foy you remarks. i was also facing the same problem and after reading your comment i again checked the port and found that i was using the wrong port.

I should have used WC_defaulthost_secure port but i was using the WC_adminhost_secure port.

22/06/12 @ 05:25