Monthly Archives: June 2013

Purge unused memory on Mac OS X

There are some times you reach the memory limits of your Mac with big jobs. After they finish the Mac still lags and swap a lot. Instead of rebooting the computer to get a clean memory, you can open a … Continue reading

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How to fix IE always opening Firefox instead

Any address I typed into Internet Explorer 6 (Windows Server 2003) opened in Firefox. Deleting the HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID\ {c90250f3-4d7d-4991-9b69-a5c5bc1c2ae6} registry entry solved the problem. Source: http://blog.codefront.net/2006/03/19/how-to-fix-ie-always-opening-firefox-instead/

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Change port setting of WSUS (Windows Server Update Services)

I needed to reinstall the WSUS today and it installed itself at the default website (80) instead of the custom one (8530) that I used before. So I needed to change the port in which WSUS listens. That’s what I … Continue reading

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Rsync and Synology

This week I faced a problem with the embedded rsync of the Synology DSM 4.1. Got this box to replace a backup system. Weirdly, the Synology’s rsync insists in asking for a password for anonymous modules. After hours spent trying … Continue reading

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