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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

In response to: Meaning of songs

Comment from: bluesky [Visitor]
bluesky

“ruby red ” by short stack . I would like to know the meaning of this song :)

05/05/12 @ 12:18

In response to: How to kill your Facebook account

Comment from: david carter [Visitor]
david carter

I don’t like face book kill it for me pepole don’t no how to talk true people don’t talk about familey on face book there a place and time for that don’t need that i’m better than that there shood be a law for that I’m a good person I don’t need face book thank you Its been fun god bless

19/04/12 @ 19:49

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

Comment from: Cotton Rohrscheib [Visitor]
Cotton Rohrscheib

Thanks for the link to my blog post, however the URL for that post has changed recently, can you please update to: http://www.cottonrohrscheib.com/blog/notepad-compare-plugin/

Thanks Again!!

31/03/12 @ 16:13

In response to: Testing the Maven JMeter Plugin

Comment from: Mark Collin [Visitor]
Mark Collin

It’s fixed in the latest version which is now available from the central maven repository so you no longer need to specify a repository in your POM to use it, all that is required now is:

Note that the GroupID and ArtifactID have changed so that it could be added to the central maven repo:

GroupID - com.lazerycode.jmeter
ArtifactID - jmeter-maven-plugin

Project website is http://jmeter.lazerycode.com

08/02/12 @ 18:05

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

Comment from: [Member]
hellem

Good to know!

06/02/12 @ 17:31

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

Comment from: Connie [Visitor]
Connie

Reference to IBM redbook was invaluable to solving my own port problem

06/02/12 @ 14:21

In response to: Hans Rotmo - Spæll åt mæ

Comment from: Ann-kristin bjørklund [Visitor]
Ann-kristin bjørklund

Heihei:-) har prøvd overalt å få tak i tekstboka di fra 70 tallet, men uten lykke. Kjæresten min elsker sangene dine å har så lyst å gi han den i bursdagsgave. Please hjælp mæ. Mhv Ann kristin.

07/01/12 @ 12:20

In response to: Råskinnet 2011 - First time running in 5 and a half year

Comment from: Espen [Visitor]
Espen

An impressive comeback indeed.
You looked like an animal released back into it’s natural habitat :)

Welcome back!

02/05/11 @ 07:16

In response to: Cumberland Ale and Coop popcorn

Comment from: [Member]
hellem

Hmm, det var ny informasjon for meg, må passe bedre på :-D

09/04/11 @ 14:22

In response to: Got a Porsche and a caravan and don't know what to do?

Comment from: [Member]
hellem
02/03/11 @ 10:53

In response to: Old habits die hard

Comment from: mk [Visitor]
mk

Doblet antall øl ser jeg!

12/02/11 @ 21:05

In response to: Because I'm worth it!

Comment from: Morten [Visitor]
Morten

Ser ut som en hverdag for meg :p

12/02/11 @ 13:48

In response to: Ripping our cd collection

Comment from: [Member]
hellem

Found this blog post http://portablediner.blogspot.com/2010/05/how-to-create-lossless-music-archive.html which is waaayyy more detailed than mine, a good starting point

10/12/10 @ 09:43

In response to: Huge difference

Comment from: Morten [Visitor]
Morten

Lurte litt på om de har pipekonsert der? Eller om de bare er mestre i piping?
Pipe eksperten! KOMIGJENA?!?!?!?

amo.no

02/12/10 @ 21:46

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

Comment from: [Member]
hellem

You can also do search and replace using Notepadd++ with Regex, a killer app!!

25/11/10 @ 12:31

In response to: Up yours fuc#"#$ spammers!!!

Comment from: Simen [Visitor]
Simen

Thanks a lot Rune! This really helped me out.

20/10/10 @ 12:23

In response to: I am certified - RAFW

Comment from: Bobby [Visitor]  
Bobby

Congrats! Nice score :)

18/10/10 @ 09:55

In response to: Sorting in Perl

Comment from: [Member]
hellem

Tnx!! Simple, but still hard to figure out :-)

16/10/10 @ 20:03

In response to: Sorting in Perl

Comment from: salva [Visitor]
salva

@entries = sort @entries;

16/10/10 @ 09:47

In response to: I am certified - RAFW

Comment from: bwa [Visitor]
bwa

I’m certified too :

Test Title: Test 000-253, IBM WebSphere Application Server, Network Deployment V6.1, Core Administration

GRADE: Pass

/Bjørn-Willy

15/10/10 @ 11:40

In response to: Preparing firewood together with my father-in-law

Comment from: Espen [Visitor]
Espen

Nice video but it lacked some music.
I would like to suggest this one :)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UuZHqw5afrI

30/09/10 @ 18:18

In response to: The Maven Ant plugin and JAVA_HOME

Comment from: Peter Phillips [Visitor]
Peter Phillips

No worries. Thanks for the blog post - it helped me sort out my maven ant problems. It would be interesting to find out why maven changes java.home to a jre..

19/09/10 @ 06:04

In response to: The Maven Ant plugin and JAVA_HOME

Comment from: [Member]
hellem

Hi

Thanks!

R.

15/09/10 @ 20:54

In response to: The Maven Ant plugin and JAVA_HOME

Comment from: Peter Phillips [Visitor]  
Peter Phillips

I think the property is in the wrong place - it should be the first line within the tasks tag instead. That way the property is defined for the ant call i.e.

...
<configuration>

  <tasks>
    <property name="build.compiler" value="extJavac"/>

    <ant target="compile"/>
  </tasks>

</configuration>

...

I’ve also taken the opportunity to shorten the ant call.

15/09/10 @ 20:37

In response to: Heavy duty transportation

Comment from: Morten [Visitor]
Morten

HAHA, morsomt bilde!

18/08/10 @ 11:36

In response to: Beta testing Sport Tracker: GPS issue

Comment from: thoelter [Visitor]
thoelter

GPS is not that good in providing exact altitude information. Before I used ST I used the Garmin Edge 305 with an barometric measurement. To get an exact altitude information you needed to leave the device at least 15 or more minutes at the same place to receive a proper measurement to start with. So if you want proper altitude information don’t use GPS at all.

Kind Regards from Cologne in Germany

11/08/10 @ 07:42

In response to: Beta testing Sport Tracker: GPS issue

Comment from: Milan Fait [Visitor]  
Milan Fait

…excellent describtion of common puzzle.
Thanx for any new advice how to figured it out.
Milan

11/08/10 @ 04:19

In response to: B2Evolution on my laptop and RTFM

Comment from: [Member]
hellem

mysql -u “username” -p “databasename” < sqlfile.sql

03/08/10 @ 09:12

In response to: Causing a radial head subluxation to my sons left arm

Comment from: [Member]
hellem

Jupp, man blir litt shaky…må innrømme at det bekymret meg om de skulle tru jeg var en voldelig far elns :-)

02/08/10 @ 08:42