Monthly Archives: March 2013

Does Hyundai Genesis V8 Come In Manual Transmission?

The chart below shows which transmissions come with which Hyundai Genesis engines and body styles: Genesis Engine Genesis Body Style Genesis Transmission 4 cyclinder 2D Coupe Manual / Automatic / Sport Shift 6 cyclinder 2D Coupe Manual / Automatic / Sport Shift V8 2D Coupe coupe not available in v8 4 cyclinder 4D Sedan Automatic / Sport Shift 6 cyclinder 4D Sedan Automatic / Sport Shift V8 4D Sedan Automatic / Sport Shift

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Mac: Edit Sidebar Items in Finder

Recently I put a CD in my drive but it didn’t show up in my sidebar in the finder. I was confused. I remembered editing the items there before, but couldn’t remember how I did it. I know how to add items to the finder’s sidebar – you find the folder or file you want and drag it in there – you can even rearrange things that way: But that didn’t give me this – which is the window I remembered using to edit Mac OSX’s sidebar items (screenshot from Mac OS X Lion but it is very similar in Snow Leopard): After a little searching and trial and error I remembered that I could do this by using the finder’s menu bar ┬╗ Preferences: Problem solved!

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“mozilla/5.0 (windows nt” “opera/9.80 (windows nt”

”mozilla/5.0 (windows nt” “opera/9.80 (windows nt” is part of a user agent string that you may see in your access logs. Part of that string (it is not complete) is listed in the Most Common User Agents It is possible that this user agent string is a bot – it seem to refer to Windows XP and very frequently Windows XP useragents, especially IE6, are bots. Here are two very common BOT useragents that are similar to the “mozilla/5.0 (windows nt” “opera/9.80 (windows nt” string: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1; MRA 5.8 (build 4157); .NET CLR 2.0.50727; AskTbPTV/5.11.3.15590) And also: Opera/9.80 (Windows NT 5.1; U; en) Presto/2.10.289 Version/12.01 If you have a browser that has a console (like google chrome) you can type navigator.userAgent to see what your browser’s useragent is:

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Viper Toilet by Gerber

Viper Round Front / Elongated Front Toilet   1.6 gpf Gravity Two-piece toilet bowl sku #0021552 – $111.00 tank sku #0028595 – $119.00 Round Front Bowl 10″ Rough-in Large water surface keeps bowl clean Fully Glazed Trapway Non corrosive solid brass tank-to-bowl bolts Double nut, multi-point tank-to-bowl mounting system for easy installation and tank stability Non-kinking stainless steel beaded chain Chemical resistant silicone flapper Color-matched front metal tank lever with brass arm Fluidmaster┬« Fill Valve Toilet seat not included Limited lifetime warranty Industry MaP Rating:800g

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Avalanche Toilet by Gerber

Avalanche Toilet by Gerber HET High Efficiency Toilet 1.28 gpf Gravity Round Front Bowl Two-piece toilet bowl sku #HE21852 – $180.00 tank sku #HE28895 – $143.00 10″ Rough-in WaterSense certified Large water surface keeps bowl clean Fully Glazed Trapway Non corrosive solid brass tank-to-bowl bolts Double nut, multi-point tank-to-bowl mounting system for easy installation and tank stability Non-kinking stainless steel beaded chain Chemical resistant silicone flapper Dual fed siphon jet Color-matched side metal tank lever with brass arm Fluidmaster┬« Fill Valve Toilet seat not included 3″ flush valve Limited lifetime warranty Discontinued — Available while supplies last Industry MaP Rating:800g

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Google Apps Changes – Round 2

Google Apps has changed We transitioned your account to our new infrastructure for Google Apps on May 31, 2011 to make more Google services available to your organization. Here’s what this means for you: In addition to the core suite of messaging and collaboration applications, your users may now access many more Google services. You will retain control over which Google services your users can access. This update is free, and Google automatically made the transition for you on May 31, 2011. By default, we have turned services outside of Google’s core suite of messaging and collaboration applications ON. You can manage your on/off controls in the Organization & users tab. Agree to the following before signing into control panel I have read and I understand the transition. I understand that these additional services are only covered by self-service online support, that they may not be SAS 70 compliant, and that the Google Apps uptime SLA does not apply. By checking this box I agree to Additional Terms for services made available with the new accounts infrastructure. Learn about the users we transitioned in your organization that have conflicting accounts.

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Google Apps Changes – First Round

Important changes to your account Your [email protected] account now works more like a full Google Account. Your account is compatible with nearly all Google products, but your yoursite.com administrator may decide which products are enabled for your account. For tips about using your account after this transition, visit our Help Center. Google has made its services available to organizations using Google Apps. In addition to the core suite of messaging and collaboration applications, you may access many Google services (“Additional Services”) using your [email protected] account. Your yoursite.com administrator determines which Additional Services you may access using your account. For tips about using your new account, visit the Google Help Center. Please be aware that when you use Google services, your domain administrator will have access to your [email protected] account information, including your email. You can learn more here, or by consulting your domain administrator’s privacy policy, if one exists. You can choose to maintain a separate account for your personal use of any Google services, including email. If you have multiple Google accounts, the username that appears at the upper right corner of most Google services will help you ensure that you’re using the intended account. The Additional Services are provided by Google to you under these terms of service and privacy policy. Certain Additional Services may also have service-specific terms. If your domain administrator enables any of the Additional Services, Google will treat your use of any of the Additional Services as acceptance of the applicable service-specific terms. Click … Continue reading

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DIR-601 Firmware v 1.04

You have to visit the CA version of the router’s site to get the 1.04 version, which only boasts one extra feature: Enhance WPS-Pin security concern Hope this helps! You can find the other firmware in the FTP directory at: ftp://ftp.dlink.com/Gateway/dir601/Firmware/

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Road Runner National Help Desk – Phone Number

Time Warner Cable lists their national number as 877-777-6126 but for Road Runner National Help Desk the best number is actually 877-318-8333.

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Chef – ERROR: EOFError: end of file reached

Recently when using opscode’s chef server and knife I was getting the error message: ERROR: EOFError: end of file reached When trying to execute commands like knife client list I ended up finding out that the problem has to do with how the configuration for chef 11 has changed from chef 10. In your knife.rb file there is a line that gives you the default address / address of your cloud server – you will even see the default if you are running the interactive knife configuration tool (knife configure -i): Please enter the chef server URL: [http://chef.example.com:4000] The big changes for chef 11 are two hard to spot things for the new chef server / knife access url: https://chef.example.com Port 4000 goes away The server now runs on HTTPS / SSL (which implies port 443) Change this to use SSL / HTTPS and your ERROR: EOFError: end of file reached message will go away. I was getting that error when trying to access chef on port 5672 which is the port that RabbitMQ runs on.

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