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May
16
comment Firefox won't play Youtube videos anymore
I've added an image of what happens when I open a Youtube video. I know the principle of enabling the addons one by one. The problem is that this method doesn't work. Say I do this alphabetically, then up til a certain addon, it works, then it stop working. So you think that this last addon is the problem. I disable that addon, but no, it doesn't work. Then I disable the previous, no change. Then I disable all manually, but not via the safe restart, no change, no video.
May
16
revised Firefox won't play Youtube videos anymore
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May
16
asked Firefox won't play Youtube videos anymore
May
13
revised Don't give access to purchased apps to other users of a Mac
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May
13
answered Don't give access to purchased apps to other users of a Mac
May
13
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May
10
asked OpenVPN: connected, but traffic still via normal route
May
9
answered Redirect my domain to URL
May
6
asked Nagios - obsessing over this service: what does this mean?
May
5
answered Share a team viewer enabled computer between multiple accounts
May
3
answered Detect if powershell is running as administrator
May
2
answered How to make a 2002 ISO image readable?
May
2
answered Firefox 29 + Tree Style Tabs + Tab Mix Plus: Open new tab with double click
Apr
30
comment VMware Workstation 10 running slow WinXP Pro SP3 32-bit
Well that is the way it works, but if the host suffers, it may backfire.
Apr
30
answered VMware Workstation 10 running slow WinXP Pro SP3 32-bit
Apr
29
comment Setup a wireless file server
Then make it clear in your question. What kind of service? Webserver, FTP-server, bittorrent? Is it public or do you need a login?
Apr
29
comment How to get the OpenSSL version in a Tomcat 6 installation
If you use Apache inbetween, than Tomcat probably does not connect via SSL, unless you use SSL between Apache and Tomcat, which is unusual. So if you want to use SSL you probably want to set this up for Apache. If you don't use Apache for other applications (like PHP webapps), you could do without and setup Tomcat to use port 80 instead of 8080. In that case you would setup Tomcat to use SSL directly.
Apr
29
comment How to get the OpenSSL version in a Tomcat 6 installation
If you are the sysadmin for this server, if you installed Tomcat and not OpenSSL, I am pretty sure that it's not installed. And if you decide to install it now, you will have the patched version. Besides that - if you want to check for the heartbleed vulnerability, and if the Tomcat server is available via internet, you can do the test. Otherwise, you can try the Heartbleed Python script locally, if you have Python installed.
Apr
29
answered How to get the OpenSSL version in a Tomcat 6 installation
Apr
29
revised Setup a wireless file server
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