Archive for March 29, 2013

Mount MAC OS X – HFS plus filesystem in Centos

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However, it was an easy problem to solve

#rpm –import http://elrepo.org/RPM-GPG-KEY-elrepo.org

before downloading the required RPM file: -

#rpm -Uvh http://elrepo.org/elrepo-release-6-4.el6.elrepo.noarch.rpm

and installing the HFS+ drivers: -

# yum install kmod-hfsplus

 

# mount /dev/sdb1 /mnt/sdb1

how to setup POP MAIL in ipad / iphone

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This article will guide you on how to setup POP email account from iPad.

1. If this is the first account you’re setting up on the iPad tap Mail. Otherwise, from the Home screen tap Settings -> Mail -> Accounts -> Add Account.

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Tap Other

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Tap Add mail Account

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Enter your Name , Address(email address), Email Password ,and description

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TAP  POP

(You are allow to choose POP3 or IMAP when setup domain email into iPad. I prefer POP for mweb.com.na domain)

 

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Tap Save   and tap  YES for SSL warning

 

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You should get tick mark in all lines and ready to use MAIL

 

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how to clear DNS cache in Google chrome browser

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open a new tab

type  address

chrome://net-internals/#dns

 

and press the “Clear host cache” button.

Flushing Your DNS Cache on the MAC OS x Leopard, Lion or Mountain Lion

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If you are unable to view your website, or if your website is still resolving from an old server after changing the nameservers, flushing your DNS cache may resolved the issue.

Details on how to flush your DNS cache on a machine running the MAC operating system can be found below.

1. Open up a terminal window

2. Now type in the following command and press the Enter/Return key on your keyboard:

dscacheutil -flushcache

You should then see the following screen:

Success!

3. That’s it! You have now successfully flushed your DNS cache.

Flushing Your DNS Cache on a Windows Machine

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If you are unable to view your website, or if your website is still resolving from an old server after changing the nameservers, flushing your DNS cache may resolved the issue.

Details on how to flush your DNS cache on a Windows machine can be found below.

1. Click on Start > All Programs > Accessories > Command Prompt

Open command prompt

*If you are running Vista or Windows 7, you’ll need to right click on “Command Prompt” and select “Run As Administrator”

2. Now type in the following command and press the Enter/Return key on your keyboard:

ipconfig /flushdns

You should then see the following screen:

Success!

3. That’s it! You have now successfully flushed your DNS cache.