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Java: Tomcat Security Protected Example

July 21, 2010


I am recently attracted to look into the Tomcat security protected example. If you freshly install Tomcat servlet container together with the examples, you will get the examples folder in the webapps directory. After you start your Tomcat server, you should be able to access the examples from http://localhost:8080/examples. This post is going to talk […]

Word 2008: Modify Default Font and Paragraph

March 31, 2010


I found Microsoft Word 2008 default font and paragraph was very distracting and decided to look for a permanent way to change this default setting into ‘Times New Roman’ and ‘0 pt paragraph’. Look for the following guidelines on how to do it: Open Microsoft Word 2008; do not do anything (Only if you can’t […]

Search Engine Optimization: In My Own Words

March 19, 2010


I had a case study from my school that required me to learn about Search Engine Optimization (SEO). I had been in the internet for a while but I didn’t really know about SEO in depth. But, at first, my first task was to identify the different between Search Engine Marketing (SEM) and SEO. It […]

Hibernate: My Spring-Hibernate 101

January 18, 2010


It has been a while I work with Spring Framework but I have yet touch Hibernate. Today is the first time I am trying to look at Hibernate in detail in a project that I lead. This project has been around for about a year plus; it is a website powered by Servlets using Spring Framework and Hibernate, which is mainly written by a friend.

MySQL: ERROR 1045 Access denied for user ‘root’@’localhost’ (using password: YES)

September 11, 2009


This error message indicates that the MySQL database is not set to receive a root connection from localhost, which is very hilarious issue. The only way I can fix this issue is by resetting the root permission of the MySQL database. So, the answer to that how I do that is at this page. root@ubuntu:/# […]

CrunchPad: What makes it so special?

July 6, 2009


I find this new gadget announce in the techcrunch but I don’t understand what makes it so special. The name is CrunchPad; in short, it is a gadget to browse the internet. Yes, the device boots to a browser. The prototype is stated to have a Linux based operating systems and a Webkit based browser […]

HP-UX: Free Software and wget Installation with Proxy

July 6, 2009


The easiest way to obtain HP-UX free software is to go to `Porting and Archive Centre for HP-UX` website; there are a couple of these websites, which can be found using `HP-UX archive` keyword in Google. The website provides HP-UX depot installer file for each free software. The depot is a common HP-UX […]