Weird likes on your Facebook-page when advertising?

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I have had a lot of problems with the Facebook advertising earlier. When advertising a 100% Norwegian page, to the local community, I got a lot of foreigners that has no relation to the page or product at all. Why? I found a video that has an explanation today:   It have been running a lot of advertising the last months … Read More

Facebook messenger for Windows desktop

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Alternative #1: Use the webpage https://www.messenger.com/. Alternative #2: Download the unofficial Messenger for desktop app, https://messengerfordesktop.com/. This is actually the webpage in a shell. This is based on a open source project. But the page tries to push some other apps on you now, so I’m running away from this app 🙁 My recommendation, Alternative #3: Use the Windows app by Facebook, https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/store/p/messenger/9wzdncrf0083.

Using Adldap2

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I have been using Adldap v4.x at my work for a while now. After installing a test-server with PHP7, I found that the Adldap needed to be updated. I started with Adldap 5.x, but in the middle of the testing, it looked like the Adldap-project wasn’t maintained anymore. So I had to jump over to Adldap2, which wasn’t as straight … Read More

VisionLAN 2016

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Finally, VisionLAN 2016 is ready for launch! It’s been 8 years since last time 🙁 VisonLAN is a LAN-party / E-sport event, that I and some friends are hosting 14.-16. october. Location: Rissahallen, Rissa municipality, Norway Start: Friday, 14. october 2016 End: Sunday, 16. october 2016 Participants: Max 300 I’m just about to finish the development of the ticket-system, so … Read More

Setting up external hotspot with Ubiquiti (ubnt) and debugging

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My setup: Webserver: Ubuntu 16.04 with default Apache2, PHP7 and MySQL. The webserver also has a local issued certificate with HTTPS. UniFi Controller: 4.8.18 (Running on a Windows 10 client) Laptop with wireless, running Windows 10, for testing. This article will focus more on debugging than on the setup itself, as there are multiple of howto-guides everywhere on the Internet. My guest … Read More

How to Secure Apache with Let’s Encrypt on CentOS 6

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Install the Let’s Encrypt client $ git clone https://github.com/letsencrypt/letsencrypt $ cd letsencrypt I didn’t have git installed, so I just downloaded it from Github and added it under /opt/letsencrypt on the server.   So to the Centos 6 “fix” You’ll need to run the client in Pyhon 2.7. $ yum install centos-release-SCL $ yum install python27 Your python version should … Read More

Setting up a Raspberry Pi 3

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My last Pi’s was one of the first ones (2x USB) from around 2012/13. I just bought the new Pi 3, but not all was straight forward… First of all, the filesystem is limited to 3,5 GB of my 16GB SD Card – after creating it with the Win32 Disk Imager and the default Raspbian image. “df -h” shows that … Read More

Some simple Powershell cmd

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I will use this post to update some simple Powershell commands. A cheatsheet that I can share with others 🙂   To get the serial number from a computer run the following PowerShell command: gwmi win32_bios | fl SerialNumber To get more information e.g. bios version and manufacturer just run: gwmi win32_bios