OneDrive (Formerly SkyDrive) has once again upped its storage capacity from 1TB to unlimited storage. The upgrade is rolling out to its subscribers “over the coming months”, but users can try to get theirs earlier by signing up to some promotional ads. This may be to one-up Google Drive or Dropbox. So who is eligible and how do I get it? If you don’t currently have Office365 you can still get Unlimited Storage. This bit of information was hard to find, but after contacting support, I figured that out. In order to get OneDrive Unlimited Storage you must have… Continue reading OneDrive Unlimited Storage for all, sorta, mostly everyone!
I wanted colored batch files and I managed to achieve this with someones solution which I modified and made my own, it is now quite different to his but I cannot find who it was to give them credit, anyway, here is the code! @echo off SETLOCAL EnableDelayedExpansion for /F “tokens=1,2 delims=#” %%a in (‘”prompt #$H#$E# & echo on & for %%b in (1) do rem”‘) do ( set “DEL=%%a” ) title Startup Assist – Handler call :ColorText 08 “[” call :ColorText 08 “Service” call :ColorText 08 “]” call :ColorText 08 ” Startup Assist – HANDLER – RUNNING “… Continue reading Coloring Batch Files! – within one file!
Virtual Hosts are great for servers, it allows you to have multiple domains, Subdomains and Users all use the same Web Host (Server) and Is easy to configure. First Please make sure your server is configured to use Virtual Hosts, See Here , Please note this is fundamental Now you have your domain on a Virtual host you can now add others, But you need to add your Host to your DNS zone file from your domain regestrar, See Here Now you are ready browse to your Apache installation folder and go to httpd-vhosts.conf [box type=”shadow”]apacheconfextrahttpd-vhosts.conf[/box] and… Continue reading Adding Virtual Domains to Apache
I recently played around with Apache and fond it incredibly educational. I used Apache for multiple websites and sub-domains, and its a great web server. and I like Xampp’s user Interface, allowing me to edit, configure and Error check my site. Don’t get me wrong though, there are some downfalls when putting it through its paces using Owncloud I discovered that php supported was only allowing 2GB uploads, because it is 32Bit, I later discovered that Xampp is only 32Bit for Windows. This was a major disappointment for me, but I still found workarounds. Apache is great and easy to… Continue reading Xampp and Apache