Tagged: windows

Unable to remove read-only attribute for folder on Windows 0

Unable to remove read-only attribute for folder on Windows

Recently I ran into a little problem when trying to remove the read-only flag from a folder to be used as data store for a web application. Trying to remove the read-only attribute via the folder settings did not do the trick, as after unchecking the box, closing the settings...

Auto Mount TrueCrypt Drives on Windows Boot 0

Auto Mount TrueCrypt Drives on Windows Boot

Update: Please do not use TrueCrypt anymore. Development of TrueCrypt was discontinued a while ago due to numerous security flaws detected in the core part. In fact, TrueCrypt is not secure and you should switch as soon as possible. Luckily, there are a couple of viable alternative solutions available. Thanks...

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ClamAV Plugin for Kerio Connect 8+

Unfortunately, starting with version 8 of Kerio Connect built-in support for ClamAV has been dropped. Up until this version it was possible to easily setup ClamAV in conjunction with Kerio Connect, as described in Setting up ClamAV for Kerio Connect. Fortunately, Kerio provides a SDK for developing AV plugins, including...

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Converting POSIX Paths in Cygwin to Windows Format

Unfortunately, Windows programs do not understand POSIX pathnames, such as the ones produced by Cygwin, e.g. “/cygdrive/c/some_folder”. Consequently you will run into problems when trying to call Windows applications from within Cygwin, or even when supplying POSIX pathnames to these programs as parameter. Fortunately, there is an easy way to...

Error loading Python DLL: python27.dll (error code 193) 2

Error loading Python DLL: python27.dll (error code 193)

Recently I needed to run a Python based application on Windows 7 x64 with Python 2.7.3 64-bit already installed. Unfortunately, the target application did not start, instead the following error was displayed: One might now think that python27.dll simply could not be found by the target application. But the error...