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Walter Mantovani wrote, Comments Off on Spam

Siete autorizzati a usare a mandare tonnellate di spam a questo indirizzo di test: [email protected]

You are authorized to send tons of spam to this test email address: [email protected]

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How to enable iMovie event library on a network drive (NAS)

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Walter Mantovani wrote, Comments Off on How to enable iMovie event library on a network drive (NAS)

Thanks to Carry Flag Blog

It can be done using an undocumented setting built right into iMovie:”Allow Network Volumes”.

Use at your own risk, try the following command in Terminal

defaults write -app iMovie allowNV -bool true

For me, this work on my new MacBook Pro Retina with iMovie 11 on OSX Lion

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Writing NTFS volumes with Snow Leopard

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Walter Mantovani wrote, Comments Off on Writing NTFS volumes with Snow Leopard

Snow Leopard (OSX 10.6.8 in my case) can read and write natively NTFS drive/partitions:

the easiest way I found is this

Rename the original /sbin/mount_ntfs tool:

sudo mv /sbin/mount_ntfs /sbin/mount_ntfs.orig

Create a script like this:

#!/bin/sh
/sbin/mount_ntfs.orig -o rw "[email protected]"

save the script to /sbin/mount_ntfs

sudo chown root:wheel /sbin/mount_ntfs
sudo chmod 755 /sbin/mount_ntfs

Enjoy R/W access to NTFS volumes...

In case you don't like it

sudo mv /sbin/mount_ntfs.orig /sbin/mount_ntfs

and everything is back to R/O.

thanks to iBlacky

EDIT: This procedure does not work with Lion OSX 10.7.x

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How do I change the myplaces.kml location?

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Walter Mantovani wrote, Comments Off on How do I change the myplaces.kml location?

This is the question I want to answar today:

How do I change the myplaces.kml location?

It is very simple if you are confident with regedit:

– close Google Earth
– open regedit
– edit HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Google\Google Earth Plus\KMLPath with the path you want to use
– restart Google Earth

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MSSQL DTS Packages Unspecified Error

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Walter Mantovani wrote, Comments Off on MSSQL DTS Packages Unspecified Error

After an entire week of .NET debugs and brainstorming I found this post from DCHUEN that saved my life:

I experienced the same problem.  If you are still looking for the answer, this may help.

Check the version of custtask.dll.  It is usually located in the “C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQLServer\80\Tools\Binn\” folder.  If your DTS package containing the FTP task was created with a newer version of custtask.dll, you cannot open it again with an older version of custtask.dll.

To solve the problem, compare the versions of custtask.dll you have, replace the old one with the new one.  You don’t need to register the dll.  Restart the Enterprise Manager and try again.

Hope this help!

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