Originally Posted by localzuk Right, I've been having a play and have now got one of the t5735's running WinFLP with SP3, all device drivers working an the RDP 7 client installed.
Instructions: You need to get drivers for the SMBus, network card and graphics. These are available below: Broadcom.com - Ethernet NIC NetLink Driver Downloads - Network card (Broadcom Netlink)Drivers & Downloads - SMBus (ATI SMBus)ATI Catalyst - Graphics (ATI Radeon X1250)You will most
I've posted a new blog post over at my site, detailing how to get a human readable error message out of WCF services in Silverlight. So, instead of being told 'NotFound' for every issue that occurs, you will actually see that you've got permission issues, or missing file issues. Linky
Originally Posted by localzuk A quick update to this. I have now created an ID creation utility which uses a couple of reports in SIMS.net (pre-admissions and on roll), exports some XML files and then uses these to create an ID (with the template for the ID being fixed with a bmp file as the background).
It also keeps track of when an ID was printed (so, if you're doing 700 of them and only get 200 done in a day, you can see where you're up to).
It is set up to work with our Magicard Tempo printer,
I've just posted a new article about how to get the DigiBlue camera to work for stop motion animation in Ubuntu Linux.
As the DigiBlue cameras are very Windows oriented, I decided to try and get one to work in a similar fashion in Ubuntu. Sadly, the process isn't quite as fluid but it is a lot more flexible as there are a plethora of software packages available for stop motion editing and video editing, some being ultra-simple (Luciole), others being more complex (Cinelerra).
Updated 14th July 2010 at 01:15 PM by localzuk
Version 1.2 is now available. It now includes SSH, SFTP, Telnet, 'Run' and customisable choice of VNC Viewer.
Available for download from here.
I've now adapted the program to include the following tools: PingNSLookupTrace RouteVNCRDP
The application now also checks for updates. To go straight to the updated files, simply double click on the new version available shown in the tool window.
I’ve finally got round to rustling up a little utility to allow me to ping a computer without having to open a command prompt. Instead, all a user of lzPingLaunch has to do is press Alt+Period/Full stop, enter the address in the box and press enter.
I intend to grow this app to have a bit more functionality in the future but whilst keeping to a rule of ‘never more than a couple of key presses away’ for
I've posted another article about creating sharepoint webparts in .Net. http://localzuk.com/2010/04/30/sharepoint-webpart-tips/
I've posted a new blog entry about creating sharepoint web parts in c#, covering some of the initial questions I had when I started out. Go there
I have moved my blog to http://localzuk.com, to allow me to host various bits of software and the like easily.