How to add a webpart to a Sharepoint “NewForm.aspx”

I wanted to put a hidden CEWP on top of a standard SharePoint input form (you know when you click “NEW” too add an item to a list). The edit page was grayed out. I added to the querystring “NewForm.aspx?ToolPaneView=2” and I can add the CEWP to the top of the page. Once I added that, the edit page option is no longer grayed out.

BASH (readline) keyboard shortcuts

I was just in training and the instructor was a command line keyboard shortcut wizard. He was magically making words disappear and reappear. So i fond this list of shortcuts. Many of them did not work in my OS X BASH prompt.I fond I had to go into the preferences and select “use option key as meta key” on the keyboard tab (it is at the bottom). Now I can add a few shortcuts to my repertoire.

Create a blank floppy image in Mac OSX 10.6

  • dd if=/dev/zero bs=1024 count=1440 > floppy.img
  • Disk Utility -> File -> Open Disk Image -> floppy.img (you will get an error like no mountable filesystems)
  • Select floppy.img in Disk Utility, and the erase tab
  • Select MS-DOS FAT as the format.
  • Eject floppy.img

Install Windows 7 RSAT Silently and Activate All Features

  • wusa /quiet /norestart amd64fre_GRMRSATX_MSU.msu
  • ocsetup RemoteServerAdministrationTools;RemoteServerAdministrationTools-ServerManager;RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Roles;RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Roles-CertificateServices;RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Roles-CertificateServices-CA;RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Roles-CertificateServices-OnlineResponder;RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Roles-AD;RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Roles-AD-DS;RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Roles-AD-DS-SnapIns;RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Roles-AD-DS-AdministrativeCenter;RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Roles-AD-DS-NIS;RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Roles-AD-LDS;RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Roles-AD-Powershell;RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Roles-DHCP;RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Roles-DNS;RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Roles-FileServices;RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Roles-FileServices-Dfs;RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Roles-FileServices-Fsrm;RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Roles-FileServices-StorageMgmt;RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Roles-HyperV;RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Roles-RDS;RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Features;RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Features-BitLocker;RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Features-Clustering;RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Features-GP;RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Features-LoadBalancing;RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Features-SmtpServer;RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Features-StorageExplorer;RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Features-StorageManager;RemoteServerAdministrationTools-Features-Wsrm

Installing Flash on CentOS 5.4 x64

Here is what I tried:


tar -xzf

mv ~/.mozilla/plugins/

Visual Studio with VMware Fusion and SSH

I work on a Mac, but by day I am a windows guy. Even though I am not a developer, I often hack about using Visual Studio on the PC. Recently, have been working more and more with Linux, and I wanted to use Visual Studio on my Mac via VMware Fusion to edit some .css files on a linux slice that I have setup. I was looking for extension to Visual Studio to connect to a ssh/sftp site. Then it hit me (things would be a lot easier if I was smarter) – VMware Fusion installed the FUSE file system (optional) on my Mac. I can use the program MacFusion on my Mac to “mount” a ssh FUSE file system, and then add a VMware Fusion “Shared folder” to point to the mounted folder.

Now I can use Visual Studio to edit files on a Linux box!