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VPN your way to the U.S. PDF Print E-mail
Written by FHM   
Friday, 22 October 2010 18:49


When Pandora started, it was a great service that provided music based on my selection of artists. When the record companies complained, Pandora had to close the doors on us 'non-americans'. I have since searched for ways to revive the ability to listen to Pandora. I have used free proxy services, and services like Hotspot Shield, I had minimal success, since the bandwidth is extremely limited and I was riddled with tons of ads.

Then I stumbled upon the idea of a VPN server as a conduit. At first, I was planning to setup a private remote VPN server in the US, but then I had to find someone willing to host the server for me, configure it and hopefully, be able to troubleshoot the server when problem arises and also willing to pay the electric bill. After which, I stumbled upon companies that are VPN providers and have the necessary infrastructure and just requires a subscription. After careful consideration, the first solution was free but I had to do all the work, or the second solution, subscribe and pay a monthly fee and get the service right there and then. I eventually chose the second solution, I evaluated several VPN companies and settled with StrongVPN.

Last Updated on Saturday, 01 March 2014 16:35
Backing up MySQL PDF Print E-mail
Written by FHM   
Wednesday, 26 May 2010 15:49

Backing up MySQL can be a chore, especially doing it manually. It's a good thing, Ryan Haynes posted a short script that should automate backing up in the MySQLDump reference manual page, it was further enhanced by Bill Hernandez in the same post. I have added my own tweaks to the script, and am using it to backup my MySQL databases. Read on to get the script.

Last Updated on Saturday, 08 June 2013 19:04
Install Adempiere ERP on Ubuntu Karmic Koala PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Sunday, 25 April 2010 20:16


Adempiere is an open source ERP solution which is another fork of the popular Compiere ERP. In any case, it took me a while to figure out the installation as the Adempiere site does not have a very clear installation procedure. So to help me remember and probably help out others, I have compiled below the steps to install Adempiere. There are only a few requirements for Adempiere to work, Java, Postgres (my preference), and Adempiere. If your are installing on Ubuntu Server Edition, you need to install X11, I have included it here.

So let's go.



Last Updated on Wednesday, 06 October 2010 12:25
Windows SteadyState PDF Print E-mail
Written by FHM   
Saturday, 18 July 2009 20:13

If you are like a lot of people, you notice that your Windows machine becomes slower over time.  This is due to your constant install and uninstall, include the multiple updates that your softwares get.   Even if you don't install new software, you find that your Win machine grows slower over time.  You install a cleaner program like CCleaner, and sometimes it improves your system by removing orphaned and unnecessary programs from your system, but if you are not careful, you might break your system if you remove a needed dll, for example.   Sometimes, the only way to ultimately clean your system is to do a full reinstall of WinXP.

Last Updated on Saturday, 18 July 2009 20:49
How our office moved to Ubuntu PDF Print E-mail
Written by FHM   
Saturday, 18 July 2009 18:06

This is not a review of the Ubuntu OS, but rather my adventure to look for an alternative OS.  This adventure stemmed not from a general hatred of Windows but rather the need to look for a more affordable alternative for Windows.  First a background about myself, I am definitely a computer geek started out in the 80s with the old Apple ][ when I was still 12, moved on to DOS, XENIX, AIX, WIN 2.0, 3.0, 3.1, NT.  Did my fair share of tinkering from those early times with the hardware, but I am mostly a software guy.  I do programming and have focused on RDBMS  development work.  But I am also a part of our family business which owns a small food chain in Asia.  My general responsibility is of course handling the MIS requirements of our company but I do also have other responsibilities on the Sales and Operations and Marketing aspect of the business, of course, being part of the owners, I do need to be part of all the aspects of our company.   Before joining our company, I was employed in several Software Development houses and also some Software Sales companies.

Last Updated on Saturday, 18 July 2009 20:48
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