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How to Install Hyper-V on a Virtual Machine in Hyper-V

Posted by Zwe on September 13, 2015


Hyper-V cannot be installed a hypervisor is already running

If you have tried to install the Hyper-V in Windows Server 2012 through Server Manager probably encountered the following message: The following message appears preventing you from continuing the process: Hyper-V can not be installed: The hypervisor is already running.

Hyper V can not be installed The hypervisor is already running

Resolution

To resolve this issue, change the guest OS type to Hyper-V.

Note: I am using VMWare Workstation 12 Pro Trial version.

To change the guest OS type to Hyper-V:
  1. Shut down the virtual machine.
  2. Click Virtual machine > Settings.
  3. Select General and change the guest OS type to Hyper-V (unsupported).
  4. Select Processors & Memory in the Settings.
  5. In the Visualization engine, select Virtualize Intel VT-x/EPT or AMD-V/RVI.
  6. Reboot the virtual machine to enable Hyper-V.

Select General and change the guest OS type to Hyper-V (unsupported)

Virtualization Engine Setting

 

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Windows 7 Free Training

Posted by Zwe on September 12, 2015


http://www.itfreetraining.com/70-680/windows-7/

Part 1: Installing, Upgrading, and Migrating to Windows 7

1 Windows 7 Editions
2 Clean install Of Windows 7
3 Install methods and dual booting
4 Upgrading to Windows 7
5 Installing Windows 7 from the network
6 Migrating to Windows 7

Part 2: Deploying Windows

1 Customizing Windows 7
2 Creating A Reference Image
3 Performing Maintenance On A Image
Deploying a WIM Image
5 MDT 2010

Part 3: Configuring Hardware and Applications

1 Virtual Hard disks
2 Configuring devices drivers
3 Troubleshooting devices drivers
4 Configuring USB
5 Application Compatibility
6 Application Compatibly Toolkit
7 XP Mode
8 Application restrictions
9 App Locker
10 Internet Explorer

Part 4: Configuring Network Connectivity

1 Introduction to the Internet Protocol (IP)
2 Internet Protocol Version 4
3 Internet Protocol Version 6
4 Troubleshooting IP
5 Wireless Networking
6 Windows Firewall
7 Windows Firewall with advanced security
8 Remote Management
9 Remote Management Tools

Part 5: Configuring Access to Resources

1 Folder Virtualization
2 HomeGroup
3 Folder Sharing
4 Managing Windows 7 Printers
5 Configure File and folder access
6 NTFS Special Permissions
7 Encrypting File System
8 Configure User Account Control
9 Authentication and Authorization
10 Certificates
11 Smartcards
12 Rights and elevating permissions
13 BranchCache

Part 6: Configuring Mobile Computing

1 Bitlocker
2 Bitlocker to go
3 Bitlocker and Recovery
4 DirectAccess
5 Offline Files
6 Transparent Caching
7 Power Options

Part 7: Monitoring and Maintaining Systems that Run Windows

1 Remote Connections
2 Windows Updates
3 Manage disks
4 Dynamic disks
5 Disk Defragmentation
6 Disk Tools and Removal Device Policy
7 Event Viewer
8 Event Forwarding
9 Event Forwarding source initiated
10 Data collector sets
11 Performance Options

Part 8: Configuring Backup and Recovery Options

1 Backup and Restore
2 System Recovery Image
3 System Restore Points
4 Previous versions
5 System recovery options

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Remotely Viewing and Killing Tasks From Command Prompt

Posted by Zwe on August 13, 2015


Windows has several built in command line utilities for performing various tasks, and two tools which are useful for this job are “Tasklist” and “Taskkill”. If you open an admin command prompt (Press Start, type cmd, press Ctrl+Shift+Enter) and type tasklist, it will give you a list of running processes on your computer. It can however, be used to get the task list from a remote computer with a few extra arguments, they are:
Tasklist /S remote system (name or IP address) /U username /P password

tasklist

Make sure to put anything in quotes that has a space in the name. This will give you a list of remote process names running on the target computer along with their Process IDentifier (PID) and memory usage. Killing a process in the list is achieved with the taskkill command that has a similar syntax to tasklist:
Taskkill /S remote system /U username /P password /IM Process

taskkill

Simply add the process name (including .exe) or the PID number you wish to kill along with the “/IM” argument after the computer name, username and password. If it works a SUCCESS message will show. If the process doesn’t get killed, try and add /F to the end of the line to force the process to be terminated. Obviously some processes cannot be terminated such as those which are system critical or security software etc.
Read More:https://www.raymond.cc/blog/remote-process-explorer-normally-cost-75-now-free-for-personal-use/

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Change the Screen Shot Save File Location in Mac OS X

Posted by Zwe on June 6, 2015


http://osxdaily.com/2011/01/26/change-the-screenshot-save-file-location-in-mac-os-x/

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LAMP Server on Ubuntu

Posted by Zwe on May 1, 2015


1. Install Apache

To install Apache you must install the Metapackage apache2. This can be done by searching for and installing in the Software Centre, or by running the following command.

sudo apt-get install apache2

2. Install MySQL

To install MySQL you must install the Metapackage mysql-server. This can be done by searching for and installing in the Software Centre, or by running the following command.

sudo apt-get install mysql-server

3. Install PHP

To install PHP you must install the Metapackages php5 and libapache2-mod-php5. This can be done by searching for and installing in the Software Centre, or by running the following command.

sudo apt-get install php5 libapache2-mod-php5

4. Restart Server

Your server should restart Apache automatically after the installation of both MySQL and PHP. If it doesn’t, execute this command.

sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 restart

5. Check Apache

Open a web browser and navigate to http://localhost/. You should see a message saying It works!

6. Check PHP

You can check your PHP by executing any PHP file from within /var/www/. Alternatively you can execute the following command, which will make PHP run the code without the need for creating a file .

php -r ‘echo “\n\nYour PHP installation is working fine.\n\n\n”;’

Congratulations, you have just Installed a Ubuntu LAMP Server!

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VI Editor

Posted by Zwe on May 1, 2015


  • i (to insert)
  • x (to delete)
  • Arrow keys
  • Esc Key (to exit form current mode : to go to command mode)
  • q! (to quit without save)
  • wq (save and exit)

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Myanmar Unicode to Zawgyi Converter

Posted by Zwe on February 23, 2014


http://mrdba.info/zawgyi-converter/

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XAMPP

Posted by Zwe on October 21, 2013


http://www.apachefriends.org/en/xampp-linux.html

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Hide password input on terminal

Posted by Zwe on October 14, 2013


I have searched password masking code which can be compile and run on Ubuntu 12.04 environment. At last, I found out one piece of code which serves for my purpose.

#include <stdio.h>
 #include <unistd.h>
 int main()
 {
 char *password; // password string pointer
 password = getpass("Enter Password: "); // get a password
 printf("%s\n",password); // this is just for conformation
 // that password stored successfully
 return 1;
 }

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6856635/hide-password-input-on-terminal

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Ubuntu 12.04 screen turns off

Posted by Zwe on October 13, 2013


There are many post out there if you google for “ubuntu 12.04 screen turns off”.

I have try it so many way although it doesn’t help me to fix this annoying issue. One morning, as usual I google it again and hoping at least one post will get rid off this.

WALLAH, I DID IT as follow. You have to run a few command on your Terminal.

myPC@myPCLenovo:~$ xset q
Keyboard Control:
auto repeat: on key click percent: 0 LED mask: 00000002
XKB indicators:
00: Caps Lock: off 01: Num Lock: on 02: Scroll Lock: off
03: Compose: off 04: Kana: off 05: Sleep: off
06: Suspend: off 07: Mute: off 08: Misc: off
09: Mail: off 10: Charging: off 11: Shift Lock: off
12: Group 2: off 13: Mouse Keys: off
auto repeat delay: 500 repeat rate: 33
auto repeating keys: 00ffffffdffffbbf
fadfffefffedffff
9fffffffffffffff
fff7ffffffffffff
bell percent: 50 bell pitch: 400 bell duration: 100
Pointer Control:
acceleration: 2/1 threshold: 4
Screen Saver:
prefer blanking: yes allow exposures: yes
timeout: 600 cycle: 600
Colors:
default colormap: 0x20 BlackPixel: 0 WhitePixel: 16777215
Font Path:
/usr/share/fonts/X11/misc,/usr/share/fonts/X11/Type1,built-ins
DPMS (Energy Star):
Standby: 600 Suspend: 600 Off: 600
DPMS is Enabled
Monitor is On

myPC@myPCLenovo:~$ xset s off
myPC@myPCLenovo:~$ xset q
Keyboard Control:
auto repeat: on key click percent: 0 LED mask: 00000002
XKB indicators:
00: Caps Lock: off 01: Num Lock: on 02: Scroll Lock: off
03: Compose: off 04: Kana: off 05: Sleep: off
06: Suspend: off 07: Mute: off 08: Misc: off
09: Mail: off 10: Charging: off 11: Shift Lock: off
12: Group 2: off 13: Mouse Keys: off
auto repeat delay: 500 repeat rate: 33
auto repeating keys: 00ffffffdffffbbf
fadfffefffedffff
9fffffffffffffff
fff7ffffffffffff
bell percent: 50 bell pitch: 400 bell duration: 100
Pointer Control:
acceleration: 2/1 threshold: 4
Screen Saver:
prefer blanking: yes allow exposures: yes
timeout: 0 cycle: 600
Colors:
default colormap: 0x20 BlackPixel: 0 WhitePixel: 16777215
Font Path:
/usr/share/fonts/X11/misc,/usr/share/fonts/X11/Type1,built-ins
DPMS (Energy Star):
Standby: 600 Suspend: 600 Off: 600
DPMS is Enabled
Monitor is On
myPC@myPCLenovo:~$ sh -c “xset -dpms && xset s off”
myPC@myPCLenovo:~$ xset q
Keyboard Control:
auto repeat: on key click percent: 0 LED mask: 00000002
XKB indicators:
00: Caps Lock: off 01: Num Lock: on 02: Scroll Lock: off
03: Compose: off 04: Kana: off 05: Sleep: off
06: Suspend: off 07: Mute: off 08: Misc: off
09: Mail: off 10: Charging: off 11: Shift Lock: off
12: Group 2: off 13: Mouse Keys: off
auto repeat delay: 500 repeat rate: 33
auto repeating keys: 00ffffffdffffbbf
fadfffefffedffff
9fffffffffffffff
fff7ffffffffffff
bell percent: 50 bell pitch: 400 bell duration: 100
Pointer Control:
acceleration: 2/1 threshold: 4
Screen Saver:
prefer blanking: yes allow exposures: yes
timeout: 0 cycle: 600
Colors:
default colormap: 0x20 BlackPixel: 0 WhitePixel: 16777215
Font Path:
/usr/share/fonts/X11/misc,/usr/share/fonts/X11/Type1,built-ins
DPMS (Energy Star):
Standby: 600 Suspend: 600 Off: 600
DPMS is Disabled
myPC@myPCLenovo:~$

Other Links:
http://helpdeskgeek.com/linux-tips/configure-ubuntu-to-not-dim-or-turn-off-an-inactive-display/
http://www.liberiangeek.net/2012/04/disable-screensaver-black-screen-in-ubuntu-12-04-precise-pangolin/

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