I make a new playlist every day. This is September 19th’s playlist – “Play Along” #PlaylistADay
- 32-bit – Download the 32-bit Lync update package now.
- 64-bit – Download the 64-bit Lync update package now.
This update resolves the following issues:
- 2985514 Lync 2013 signs out and then signs in every 30 minutes
- 2985513 Lync 2013 crashes when you manipulate a pivot table field during an Excel worksheet presentation
- 2985512 Error “Event ID from source Lync cannot be found” instead of event logs from Lync 2013 appears in Event Viewer
- 2981755 Cannot join a meeting by using Lync 2013 when the ACP MCU services are running on multiple front-end servers
- 2981754 Cannot send CER data when a user cannot join meetings in Lync 2013
- 2981753 Lync 2013 meeting issues after you install Lync Meeting Add-in for Office 2013
- 2981752 Cannot select audio device during a VoIP call in Lync 2013 when a user is enabled for RCC
- 2981751 Lync 2013 does not display telephone…
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- Why 2 FEs?
Microsoft has clearly said that 2 FE topology is supported, but not recommended. Then why I still chose to deploy such a topology? In a word, the decision-maker made this choice. More considerations, a 3rd FE costs another Lync Server license and more resource, yet Microsoft hasn’t clearly mentioned that it could cause the following unexpected issue.
- System Topology
Lync Server 2013
Enterprise Edition Pool, FE * 2
BE mirroring, BE01 as Principal, BE02 as Mirroring
Virtual machines on 2 physical hosts
- HA considerations
Service can continue if any single server downs (FE or BE)
Service can continue if any single physical host downs (#1 or #2)
When testing HA, the following issue occurs:
(Single-server-failure test passed in any case, and physical-host #2-failure test passed as well)
If one FE and the Principal BE fail, even if you fail over BE to Mirroring BE…
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First, install MPG123, a super simple command-line media player:
aptitude install mpg123
Then fire the following (or save it as a script):
find /path/to/your/mp3/files/ -name '*.mp3' | mpg123 -Z -@ -
Find will pull a list of mp3 files in the specified folder, randomize them, and push them in to mpg123. Control-C will skip tracks and Control-Z will kill.
Props to Daniel Howard for first posting this here
Say you’ve got a network share with all your music on it. Adding it to a Windows 8 library so you can access it from Windows Music seems like it’ll be simple, right? Well, not quite.
This network location can’t be included because it is not indexed. Well, that’s helpful. Continue reading
After the recent 3.0.4 update to HP’s Touchpad, the Muffle System Logging patch was being broken, and was unable to be updated or removed. I found it irritating because I had to manually update all the other patches one by one instead of using the ‘update all’ button.
Here’s how I fixed it:
1. Fire up Preware, and press the drop down option in the top left hand corner of the screen marked Preware.
2. Select Saved Package List. This is a list of all the packages you have installed on your Touchpad.
3. Press the update button to synchronise this list. A notification will appear in the top right to say that the list has been updated successfully.
4. Press the back button to get back to the main screen of Preware. Tap in the search area at the top and search for Emergency.
5. In the returned list of packages, tap “Emergency Patch Recovery” and select Install. This patch will remove all custom Preware patches and updates, then ask you to reboot your Touchpad.
6. When your Touchpad starts up again, all your patches will be goneski. Not to worry, though – you don’t have to reinstall everything manually since you updated your patch list earlier.
7. Fire up Preware and select Saved Package List again.
8. Press Install All. Preware will reinstall all your patches and ask you to restart Luna.
You should now be able to install the new version of Muffle System Logging.
A lot of people are asking what Apple’s target market is, and how they’re going to sell this iPad. These people are all stupid. Apple has told us exactly how they’re going to sell it.
Our most advanced technology in a magical and revolutionary device at an unbelievable price.
Bam! That’s their selling point! Somebody gets paid lots of money to write that sentence, and they earn it all, because that sentence will sell several billion of these things.
Geeks are getting pissed off because this isn’t a real computer/doesn’t run OS X/doesn’t have XYZ/is a glorified iPod touch. This is because geeks know nothing about advertising, which is another way of saying they don’t know how people work. Admen get paid to understand the entire planet and to synthesize it all into a sentence. So when you look at Apple’s advertising, you know that this isn’t just empty speech. Apple has figured out what the entire world wants and it is magic and revolution. That’s how they’re selling it. They figure the only people who won’t want an iPad are people who don’t like magic.