Wednesday, January 28, 2009

RedHat Enterprise Linux 5 is asking a installation key

Many of you Installing the RedHat Enterprise Linux 5 it ask for Installation key

so all search ended here the Installation key is 16-character hexadecimal text string



from above link you will know about the INSTALLATION NUMBER

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

XP Logon Banner

Windows XP operating systems allow a login with a username
and password before the system can be used. The following method causes a
dialog box with the warning banner and an OK button to be displayed before the
system displays the login dialog box on Windows 95/98/ME and after pressing
Ctrl-Alt-Del on Windows XP.

To create a login banner on these Windows systems you must add two
keys to the Windows registry. There are two ways to edit the registry. One is
to edit it directly; the second is to create a .reg file containing the
required changes and to execute the file with regedit.

The following registry key and values set the local login banner.

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\WinLogon

LegalNoticeCaption = "The caption text."
LegalNoticeText = "The body of the banner."

Starting with Windows 2000, there is a second registry key and values associated
with Login banners. These keys are set with active directory. If these active
directory local policy values are defined, they take precedence over the local
settings in the WinLogon key above.


LegalNoticeCaption = "The local policy caption text."
LegalNoticeText = "The local policy body of the banner."

Perform these steps to create a login banner on Windows systems.

This banner appears as a dialog box just before the system displays the login
dialog box.

Sunday, January 4, 2009

flazx Ebook problem - .r00 extension problem & Solution (Ebooks)

Here's the problem. Last time my friend had downloaded E-Book named "RHCE.Red.Hat.Certified.Engineer.Linux.Study.Guide.Exam.RH302" from the link in Zip Format

when he had unzipped the file he found 5 files named (WINRAR as my default unzipper)
b-140b01(Zip file)
b-140b02(Zip file)
b-140b03(Zip file)
b-140b04(Zip file)
bbl (.nfo format)

when he unzipped b-140b01 file he found files named

bbl(Zip file)
BBL(.nfo format)

when he tried to unzip it is ask for a file named "bbl.r00" which has got .r00 extension

So is bbl.r00 in this file at all?

If not you won't be able to extract anything, until u find this file.

so solution is here .....................

Ans:extract all the zips into the same directory, then just extract any one of the

it will ask for "The following file already exist..... Would you like to replace ..... click on Not to all"

same step should be followed for all zip file


now right click on bb1.r00 Extract here

after 5.0 sec McGraw.Hill.RHCE.Red.Hat.Certified.Engineer.Linux.Study.Guide.Exam.RH302.5th.Edition.Jun.2007.chm

willbe founded

OOOOOOOOOOOO0 this perfect solution for this problem