Unzip files in bulk in their own directory (sh)

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Installing Latest MongoDB version on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS 15.04

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Ace editor cursor position has space between expected position and the current position

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Online webpage to image conversion with ImgCake.com includes API

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CommandLine Convert WMF, EPS etc to SVG using inkscape

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Installing New Comodo Positive SSL Certificate on Apache and OpenSSL on Centos, Fedora and RedHat

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Rackspace Cloud FIles Bulk Delete objects prefixed/* wildcard php sdk

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How to make xml_split, xml_merge, xml_pp, xml_grep, xml_spellcheck under XML-Twig tools work on Windows

Large XML files could sometimes lead to overall slowness of your program. Thus it makes sense to sometimes split them to rearrange contents within to optimize querying your XML files. This post will touch base on how to split a large XML file on windows OS and I will use a cool tool written by Michel Rodriguez. XML-twig is presumably an open source library that works on large XML files. Notable tools includes XML Grep XML merge XML pretty printer XML spell check XML split Our focus is to build this library on windows so that we can use it from windows command prompt Download XML-Twig Get this library from cpan websites. Here is the URL http://search.cpan.org/~mirod/XML-Twig-3.48/Twig.pm Download the XML-Twig-3.48.tar.gz file and extract it under c:\devtools Here is a screenshot of what it looks like on my machine   Lets leave it there for the time being and install prerequisites Pre-requisites There are a couple of pre requisites that you will want to install. Perl. As this library is written in perl so you would want to install Perl on your system. ActiveState perl is something that I sometimes use and is a good option by far on Windows computers. Download for your processor arch 32 bit or 64 bit from the URL below http://www.activestate.com/activeperl/downloads I installed it under c:\perl64 Visual studio Express 2010 for tool called "nmake" I've got Visual studio 2012 but you can get an express edition of "Express 2013 for Windows Desktop" from URL below http://www.visualstudio.com/en-US/products/visual-studio-express-vs#2010-Visual-CPP Now that perl is available from command prompt You may also want to run this command ppm install MinGW64 Above will install dmake as a perl module too just in case if you want to use that. But in this article I will use name.   That's it for the pre requisites and I hope that you would have installed both of the above so that we can move on to next … [Read more...]

Google MarkerClusterer Handling Multiple Markers On Same Geo Location

When you are dealing with addresses on Google Maps there are times when you have multiple addresses for a same location. For example if you live in a building with 200+ apartments, building address remains the same but you also add apartment number to your address to precisely locate you. Here are couple of address examples 1/991 Buleen Road 2/991 Buleen Road From the example above its clear that 991 buleen road is building address, 1 and 2 are apartment numbers. I would just use InfoWindow to go with MarkerCluster to show details of multiple points. Lets check out the code below   [crayon-56153caaa0fc7657490801/] And that's pretty much it. Here is a working example of above code Two things to remember while doing above code You have to instantiate MarkerClustere [crayon-56153caaa0fe2040129656/] While creating Markers, you can add any custom property to your marker, or hell of an amount of data, so when you create your info window, you have that data available. Also you can have a look at another way of handling it https://github.com/jawj/OverlappingMarkerSpiderfier I hope this helps or at least gives you a pointer what you should be doing for multiple markers for same location. Cheers,   … [Read more...]

How to clear DNS Cache in Windows small business server 2011 or windows 2008 r2

G'day While I do not write on Windows server too often but here is that once in a blue moon article or you can assume a quick tip on how to clear DNS cache, Reason can be any but sometimes we have to do it. Locally we will just use [crayon-56153caaa1b34663044051/] to flush local DNS issue but on the server side here is how its done Step 1 Goto Start > Administrative tools > DNS You will see all your zones including forwards, reverse lookups and conditional forwards. To view Cached lookup goto View > Advanced Now you will see an entry called Cached lookups appear as shown in image below Gobind is my server name. Step 2 (Clear DNS cache) From here on there are 2 ways you can clear your cache. Either select Cached lookups entry and then Goto Action > Clear cache  as shown below OR Right click on Cached lookups entry and then left click Clear cache from cotext menu as shown below   You don't have to restart your DNS service. You can then Right click > Refresh to see if caches are gone, they will :) I hope this helps, In case you would like to leave your input, do so by leaving your comments.         … [Read more...]