Archive for February, 2008

Uninstalling Wubi.

Thursday, February 28th, 2008

Ever wonder what would happen if you uninstalled Wubi from you unistallation folder in the control panel? Well here is what happens: First you go to the control panel, click uninstall an application, go down to Wubi. Now double click on Wubi, click off save iso image click next. Now that you have uninstalled Wubi I can say that if you restart your computer it will boot back into windows again without a hitch.

Just a little help from Ryan Orser

European Union Fines Microsoft 1.3 Billion Dollars.

Thursday, February 28th, 2008

The European Union is at it again by fining Microsoft $1.3 Billion Dollars for bundling their Windows Media Player, Internet Explorer and other applications together with their newest operating system, Windows Vista. It is said that Microsoft is the first ever company in the EU to ever get fined for non-compliance after an anti-trust lawsuit against them. The 1.3 billion dollar fines amount from June 21st 2006 to October 21st 2007.

Overall this does not look so good for Microsoft. Sometime they will run out of money while this lawsuit goes on. Personally I think that Microsoft should just do what the EU says to be sure that they can still sell their products in that market, though I do not see them choosing that option anyways.

WordPress 2.5

Wednesday, February 27th, 2008

If you have gone to and have gotten this page empty your cache for your browser and try it again.

This release of WordPress, WordPress 2.5, comes out on March 10th, 2008. Since the developers of WordPress decided to stop the development of 2.4, which was scheduled for release in February (comment if I am wrong,) they have put all that work that went into 2.4 into 2.5.

Hopefully all goes well and we will see the release in 12 days from today (February 27th, 2008.)

Thanks for reading,
Ryan Orser

The absence of posts:

Wednesday, February 27th, 2008

I am ill again so there may not be as much posts.

How to install Ubuntu 8.04 Alpha 5 from inside Windows

Saturday, February 23rd, 2008

is is a step by step guide. As always I take no responsibility for anything that goes wrong.Step 1: download the ubuntu 8.04 Alpha 5.
Step 2: burn iso file to cd as an image.
Step 3: put cd back into tray and run umenu.exe.
Step 4: click on the button install in windows
Step 5: Put in your credentials to be used in your Ubuntu installation, as well as the hard drive space, hard drive and language.
Step 6: Click next
Step 7: The ubuntu installation will create an image, and start copying files.
Step 8: reboot.
Step : Yep it is that easy!

How to install Mythbuntu 8.04 Alpha 2!

Friday, February 22nd, 2008

This is a step by step walk through. As usual I take no responsibility for your computer, if something happens.

Step 1: Load the cd onto your computer.
Step 2: Click enter on start and install mythbuntu.
Step 3: Click the install icon.
Step 4: Click forward.
Step 5: Click on your language and click forward
Step 6: Click the closest city in your time zone click forward.
Step 7: Click on your keyboard layout click forward.
Step 8: Click guided partitioning. click forward.
Step 9: Type in your credential click forward.
Step 10: I will choose standard installation, since I have no mythTV boxes. click forward.
Step 11: I do not have a remote so i will click forward.
Step 12: Now if you have a video driver go and click what you need then click forward.
Step 13: if all settings are right click install.
Step 14: your done.

The absence of posts:

Thursday, February 21st, 2008

As you may know the past few days there has been no posts as I was unfortunately ill.

Review of FileZilla 3.0.x

Monday, February 18th, 2008

This is a simple review of Filezilla 3.0.x.

This new version of Filezilla, I believe is in beta still. As usual it is easy to use and may give you a bit of problems if you are coming from the version 2.x.x. They have slimmed down the user interface by letting go of the commands, but they have also put in the successful, failed and queued transfers. Overall it looks great. I will put in a screen shot to show you how it looks. Filezilla is fast as always (depending on your internet connection) and looks great in Windows Vista. I have been able to send files to my server from school and it has been as easy as dragging and dropping into another window frame.

Over all I would give this a 4/5 for looks and a 4/5 for speed. Overall I would give this application an 8/10. It is good to use and will make work a lot easier.

Ryan Orser


Saturday, February 16th, 2008

The server is up and running again

I will be offline for a while

Friday, February 15th, 2008

As the title says I may be offline for a while working on the server.