If you are in process of downgrading your iPhone or iPod Touch you will more than likely be downloading the older firmware directly from apple.com. When you download this firmware it is provided as a zip file with a .zip file ending such as iPhone2,1_3.1_7C144_Restore.zip. If you unpack this file it will include a couple directories and numerous files as listed below.
Using whois can be a valuable tool to find out more information about a domain via the command line in Linux. A typical whois query can be performed to find out where the domain was purchased and using it again with the -h (host switch) can provide more detailed information about the domain. Using the -h switch will typically provide information such as who purchased the domain, when the domain was purchased, when the domain expires, etc. Below are a couple basic examples of how whois can be used followed by whois queries with the output.
There are various reasons why you may want to log the incoming packets for your Skype messaging client. You can log both calls and instant messages made via your Skype client using Wireshark. Wireshark is a free utility that can be used to log any traffic on your computer.
Recently I was trying to paste a screenshot created using print screen into Adobe Photoshop CS4 on Windows XP but nothing would happen. I use print screen to create screenshots on a regular basis and then paste the results into Photoshop so I can describe how to resolve basic issues on a computer to people. I have never had a problem until this time so I figured it must be a configuration setting or something similar causing the issue.
I don’t currently have a Mac but do get to work on them from time to time. A friend of mine recently had an issue with PostgreSQL on his Macbook Pro running OSX. In the process of helping him I needed to restart Postgres from a terminal window but wasn’t sure of where Postgres was installed.