Saturday, October 30, 2010
Instead, do as shown in the screenshot below.
Thursday, October 28, 2010
Sat with P configuring the Cyberoam CR50i for quite a few hours - 1-4 on two afternoons and 8-11 last night.
Actually info on what we needed to do was there in the knowledge base, what we were doing wrong was
(a) using the hardware ports to create sources for port forwarding while creating virtual hosts, and
(b) not creating simple Accept firewall rules with the virtual hosts as the destination.
So, first go to Firewall -> Virtual Hosts and create as required:
Then the firewall rules to allow connections.
We had to make a similar rule for Wan also, of course.
One more thing which we needed to do was to disable the Web console of cyberoam from WAN. This was found in the User Manual, blandly located in Firewall -> Local ACL
Wednesday, October 27, 2010
Friday, October 15, 2010
Recording with the built-in mic is almost useless, though. Even the priests chanting more than 5 metres away makes it saturated.
UPDATE `radiosai_zone_master` SET `dstEndDay` = '31' WHERE `dstEndDay` =25 AND `dstEndMonth` =10
for countries in Europe etc.
Tuesday, October 12, 2010
The first session had the level set too high - all the way up on the US-144's line-out control. For the second session onwards, set the line-out to 50% - that seems to be the sweet spot. This particular US-144 seems to have something wrong with the right line-out (or maybe the right input) with a continuous hum/hiss. But not too bad - when the input is turned down to 50%, the S/N is good enough so that the hum/hiss is drowned in ambient noise.
Monday, October 04, 2010
Then, tried seeing the tech specs of the integrated Intel 865 graphics. Apparently it supports upto 2048x1536. Various forum posts say that with Linux drivers, people have used 1920x0180, and recommend Windows users to update the driver. Accordingly updated the driver to version 14.17, released in 2007. Now when I disabled "Hide modes that this monitor cannot display" and chose to list all modes, 1920x1080 was listed! Directly viewing it on the LG Studioworks 221U 21 inch monitor showed the desktop as spanning more than the viewable area, with the mouse making the screen pan when taken out of left or right end of the screen. The 1080p video played without any stuttering, and the Optoma EP 1080 projector displays it just fine. And when the VGA out of the Optoma is connected to the LG monitor, it displays the whole screen, with a mode of 67.5 kHz vert. 60 Hz horiz. Since the Samsung Syncmaster 753 Dfx with the touchscreen upstairs is supposed to support 30-70 kHz, maybe it will even work with the touchscreen.
Sunday, October 03, 2010
Meanwhile, the network card stopped working on saispace2 - the device was just not seen on device manager, and was not seen in Linux either. Maybe due to inserting it without unplugging the power from the cabinet. Swapped it out for another DLink DFE 538 TX card, same problem. Then tried an old 10 Mbps card, NEC compatible - that one is working.