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LAN messaging with XMPP protocol (jabber) to chat or to copy and paste links and texts in rdp sessions

Here is how I satisfied my need to have a LAN messaging program, not really to chat with other users on the same LAN, which I could do, but to copy and paste links or texts between a rdp client and a rdp server when copy and paste from/to clipboard does not work in rdp sessions, for instance with some Android rdp clients.

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Posted by: Z24 | Wed, Aug 27 2014 | Category: /software | Permanent link | home
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Create a VPN to connect from an Android client to a home Windows XP server

If you want to connect to your home computer using rdp when you are not home and are connected to the internet, you have to open a port on your firewall; changing the standard rdp port on both your server and your firewall increases your security (or decreases your unsecurity); configuring a Virtual Private Network (VPN) increases your security even more, and you can close the rdp port on your firewall: in fact, when you connect your remote client to your vpn, your remote client comes inside your LAN so that you can remote access your server from inside the LAN.

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Posted by: Z24 | Sun, Sep 22 2013 | Category: /windows | Permanent link | home
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Scythe Ninja Plus rev. B

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Posted by: z24 | Mon, Oct 29 2007 | Category: /hardware | Permanent link | home
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Zalman ZM-MFC1 fan controller

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Posted by: z24 | Mon, Oct 29 2007 | Category: /hardware | Permanent link | home
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Noctua NH-U12F

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Posted by: z24 | Mon, Oct 29 2007 | Category: /hardware | Permanent link | home
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Windows Remote Desktop (RDP)

Windows Remote Desktop allows to remotely get a Windows session on a Windows XP/2000/2003 machine on which it is enabled from any machine running the RDP client: the RDP client asks the name of the machine and the user and password and then the client opens a window showing the desktop of the server machine.
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Posted by: Z24 | Sat, Sep 15 2007 | Category: /windows | Permanent link | home
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Mounting a second fan on the back of the case (Antec SLK3000B)

With the summer approaching, I am making some experiments trying to cool my pc as much as possible while keeping it quiet. Now, airflow in the case is made by 2 fans: the intake fan, a Papst 4412 F/2GLL, pulls air inside the case from the front, the exhaust fan, a Antec Tricool coming with the SLK3000B, pushes air out to the back; in addition, the psu fan pulls air from the top of the motherboard through the psu to the back.
Since I bought a second Papst 4412 F/2GLL, I tried positioning this fan in different locations to see which one conributes the best to the cooling. One of these is the back of the case, in the bottom, where there would be additional cards: it pushes air out of the case through the back slots.

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Posted by: z24 | Sun, Jun 17 2007 | Category: /hardware | Permanent link | home
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Hard disk suspension in an Antec SLK3000B

The main problem of the Antec SLK3000B case is it converts hard disk vibrations to noise, and this is the most annoying noise coming from my pc when the fans are set at the lowest speed. In the SLK3000B the hard disks lay in a cage with grommets that are supposed to dampen the vibrations of the 7200 and more rpm hard disks.
The trend spreading amongst silencing modders is to suspend the hard disks in the air to avoid contact between the case and the hard disks.

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Posted by: z24 | Tue, Jun 12 2007 | Category: /hardware | Permanent link | home
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AMD Cool'n'Quiet

I'll try to answer these questions:

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Posted by: Z24 | Sat, Feb 17 2007 | Category: /configurations/both | Permanent link | home
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Debian on Windows with VMWare, Linux applications in Windows using X server

With this little and very simple tutorial I will explain what I did to:

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Posted by: Z24 | Mon, Oct 09 2006 | Category: /windows | Permanent link | home
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Ubuntu 6.06 Dapper Drake 32 bit on Windows XP with Qemu, Qemu networking, Linux applications in Windows using X server

With this little tutorial I will explain what I did to:

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Posted by: Z24 | Sat, Sep 16 2006 | Category: /windows | Permanent link | home
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