It all started with the fact that I connected to the regional fishing net. The speed of 100Mbps was very impressive and pleasantly pleased. The Internet was incredibly bright (especially when you consider that I used to be on a modem connection). But here is a problem, on a stationary computer I sit very rarely, as I got a laptop and now I do all the work on it. Conveniently, the laptop is always with you both at home and at work. The task was to connect the laptop to the Internet through a stationary computer.
The fact is that the main mechanism for identifying users in regional networks is identification by the MAC address of the network card. And if I disconnect the stationary computer from the provider’s network and connect a laptop in its place, I get a “turnaround” from the gate, since the network card on the laptop has a Continue reading
And so we decided to provide remote access to a PC running the Windows XP operating system through a standard Windows program called “Remote Desktop Connection”. To do this, go along the following Start path – my computer – properties – remote sessions – remote desktop control – check the box “allow remote access to this computer.” Everything, in fact, remote access to this PC is open, but there are still a bunch of “pitfalls”. Well, firstly, remote access to this PC is open only to user accounts that are in the local administrators group. Continue reading
When surfing the Internet, you may come to this question: “How to open fb2?”. But really, why open such an extraordinary format?
Well, let’s take turns.
FictionBook – a format for representing electronic versions of books in the form of XML documents, where each element of the book is described by its own tags. The standard is designed to provide compatibility with any device and format. XML makes it easy to create documents that are ready for direct use and software processing (conversion, storage, management) in absolutely any environment. The main goal of supporters of storing books in the FictionBook format is to clearly store the structure of the book with the ability to easily convert (including automated) a FictionBook format file to other popular formats: rtf, rb, isilo3.pdb, etc. Continue reading