Wether you are preparing for the next iOS update or just want to backup your phone – a rsync’ed backup always comes in handy. Since only the iPhone 4 supports 802.11n, I am going to focus on USB-based sync. However, you’ll find the instructions for the much slower wifi-sync in this post as well. This way, you can do the intial sync via USB and the incremental ones via your wireless network…
Sorry for the inconvenience, but the CA didn’t turn out to be right, so this is another approach
You should download the currently valid CA certificate.
Since there has been some interest in the roller template that i have designed, i decided to upload it here, so you can freely use it. You probably want to exchange the pictures and if you do have to modify any of them template files, i suggest taking a deeper look into the template [...]
Some of you might be forced to spent nearly the whole day in a texteditor like e.g. emacs to do their work. This usually is
especially true for developers, that have to write code the whole day and therefore are forced to look into theier editor the whole day. So why not customize it [...]
Have you ever wondered why FrontRow does not play your precious AVI/XviD/MKV and the like files? The Answer is the codecs are missing. The missing codecs need to be installed as extensions to Quicktime since FrontRow uses Quicktime to play it’s content listed in the library.
The logical next step is to download the missing [...]
This article intends to show how to basically use the MD5 hashing algorithm that ships with the Apache Portable Runtime (APR) library.
This article will show you how to use the built in command line parser that comes with the APR. There will be two source files, one showing you how to use apr_getopt just to parse simple, single options and the other peace of source will show you how to use it with so called long options. You can download the single option parser here and the long options parser here.