Month: September 2013

How to completely copy the Tomato config of one RT-N16 router to another.

This may or may not work for other routers. I don’t know. Lots of folks have bricked their routers trying to do this the wrong way, so be careful.  This saves a ton of time and is reasonably safe if you

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Setup a standard useful cygwin environment to make Windows feel more like Linux

Install All Cygwin 1.7+ Default Packages PLUS the following additions and automatically included dependencies: Base>gzip Mail>mutt Mail>email Mail>procmail Mail>grepmail Mail>procmail Utils>gnupg Utils>cpio Utils>screen Utils>ipcalc Net>openssh Net>openssl Net>rsync Net>curl Editors>vim Editors>gvim System>util-linux System>ping Math>bc NOTE: X-Windows needed X11>xorg-X11-server X11>xauth X11>fvwm (basic

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Junction Networks OnSip Click To Call Plugin Fails to Ring Phone

Symptom: The OnSip click to call plugin for your Firefox or Google Chrome browser is configured with your sip address, but when you click on highlighted numbers to call, nothing happens. Advanced Note: If using Wireshark or other packet capture

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JungleDisk Drive Mapping Fails in Windows 7

Symptom: Jungledisk fails to map local drives in Windows 7 – you also have thrid-party antivirus or anti-malware software installed. You may also receivean  xDatabase error, xDriveMapFailed error,  or other errors pop-ups resulting in the application terminating. Note: The following issue,

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