To do a password recovery of BackTrack 5 VM image
1. Power off the image and edit the .vmx file for the vmware image in notepad and add a 15 second delay for the bios prompt. Add bios.bootDelay = “15000″ to the end of the file. 2. Power on the image and press ESC to show . . . → Read More: Password Recovery for BackTrack 5 VMware image
I received an email this week asking how phpList was able to track when some one opened an email. I thought it was a good question to cover the answer here.
When we use mail list software like phpList, ListWire, Aweber, MailChimp or others, there is a ‘tracking’ feature. This tracking is different than . . . → Read More: eMail Tracking Explained
Windows 7′s XP Mode or Virtual PC can have issues with video and sound playback.
I recently got a new laptop for work running Windows 7. I like to run virtual machines on my laptop so that I can install software that’s required for my projects without messing up my main windows installation. Those . . . → Read More: XP Mode Audio Issues – Solved
The guys over at TwoEnough have a autobloging tool called Mutlipress. It creates and manages a mutli-site wordpress blog with auto content generation. Great tool – I’ve used it on one of my sites. Right now, it’s on sale for 70% off - Visit thier site and enter the code JHH7KL644GHLFSS for the discount.
But – they . . . → Read More: Multipress Lite fOpen Error
Thanks to a little Internet Angel, I discovered that in all my testing of phpList on my production server had caused my “Subscribe” box on the left to break.
First – anyone that subscribed and did not get a confirmation email, please resubscribe.
Second – lesson learned – don’t play with your production server . . . → Read More: Lesson Learned
Internet guru Yoast has created a new SEO plugin for WordPress – WordPress SEO.
It’s a great plugin and I use it on my sites. However, since I use one of the more flexible themes, Atahualpa, the configuration of WordPress SEO is a little more complex.
So if you are using . . . → Read More: Adding Yoast WordPress SEO to Atahualpa 3.5
I’ve seen a few folks wanted to know how to use the Submission feature in Spinner Chief. The submission screen lets you queue up several spun articles to be uploaded to blog sites and article directories. You just tell Spinner Chief what goes where and it does the rest (mostly).
This method is mot . . . → Read More: Using Spinner Chief to Submit Articles
Part 3 of my Installing phpList on your WordPress Blog covers importing users.
Now that our phpList server is running and we have out lists, it’s time to import our email list that we got from some other source. phpList allows us to import and not have to re-confirm eamils that we have confirmed . . . → Read More: Importing email lists into your phpList server
I’ve started using mail lists for my websites and was looking for a great and cheep solution. I found one with phpList.
phpList is a open source (as in free) mail list server you can isntall on the same service that you host your web sites with. The BIG advantage is with phpList, you . . . → Read More: Using phpList for your mail list