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Rctrlx now Available under the Apache 2 License

posted 11 Feb 2013, 10:41 by Leon Sodhi   [ updated 12 Feb 2013, 12:42 ]

As the title says, Rctrlx is now using the Apache 2 license. For most people, this makes absolutely no difference but for individuals working in large enterprises, they should now be able to get the necessary sign off to use Rctrlx in their projects.

Rctrlx Update

posted 14 Oct 2011, 14:24 by Leon Sodhi

Rctrlx version 2 has been released and can be downloaded from the projects page. This version contains the following changes:

-Added the ability to open multiple connections (10 maximum) to a remote server
-Added a maintenance connection that can be used to kill hung applications
-Added a code page switch to allow user specified character encoding and decoding
-Improved the way in which standard console input is sent to the remote host
-Fixed security issue/crash bug when displaying output from the remote host
-Increased timeout period when connecting to the remote host.

Site update

posted 17 Sep 2009, 16:21 by Leon Sodhi   [ updated 14 Dec 2011, 15:43 ]

Migrated the site from http://www.geocities.com/gtalon51 to Google sites.

Rctrlx used by the DeSleeper Project

posted 17 Sep 2009, 16:19 by Leon Sodhi   [ updated 14 Dec 2011, 15:45 ]

Rctrlx is now being used in the DeSleeper project described as an application to "make the use of Wake-On-Lan easier, more reliable, and compliant with security standards." For more information check it out here.

Creating a Wireless Soft Access Point using Linux

posted 17 Sep 2009, 16:15 by Leon Sodhi   [ updated 12 Feb 2013, 12:26 ]

So what do you do if you want a wireless-N access point, and possibly router, but don’t want to pay for it? If you have a bit of experience using Linux and some time to spare, you might find this quite useful....more

Building libcurl using Visual Studio 2005

posted 17 Sep 2009, 16:14 by Leon Sodhi   [ updated 12 Feb 2013, 12:20 ]

It’s actually really simple providing that you read the instructions very carefully. However, if you're in a bit of a rush like I was, this post is for you....more

eSATA: Installation and Hotplugging on Windows

posted 17 Sep 2009, 16:12 by Leon Sodhi   [ updated 11 Feb 2013, 13:01 ]

I've been meaning to implement a backup solution for a while now and after finding a cheap enclosure and backplate for my eSATAless motherboard, I took the plunge and ordered the parts. I was certainly not expecting it to take more than half an hour to get it up and running, but after first experiencing issues getting the drive detected and then discovering that there was no “Safely Remove Hardware” icon in the systray, it was obvious that this would take some Googling. It turns out that the manufacturers offered little advice and although a lot of people were talking about it on various forums, there didn’t seem to be any consistent advice, so I thought I’d roll up my sleeves and put something together....more

Using Briefcase Lite for the iPhone with Windows

posted 17 Sep 2009, 16:11 by Leon Sodhi   [ updated 12 Feb 2013, 12:43 ]

Transfer files using the iPhone from a Windows PC without resorting to jail breaking and best of all, it's free!....more

Rctrlx used by the ManagePC Project

posted 17 Sep 2009, 16:10 by Leon Sodhi   [ updated 14 Dec 2011, 15:45 ]

Rctrlx is now being used in the ManagePC project described as "an open source application for PC management and inventory in Windows environments". For more information check it out here.

A Minimal Linux System from Scratch

posted 17 Sep 2009, 16:07 by Leon Sodhi   [ updated 12 Feb 2013, 12:40 ]

These instructions will guide you through building a minimal Linux system from scratch using Qemu.... more

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