I recently wrote an article about how to fix btscanner in Backtrack Linux and realized after the article was completed that some people may prefer to launch btscanner via the menu in Backtrack Linux instead of the command terminal by typing btscanner. This article specifically explains how to add btscanner back to the menu in Backtrack Linux under Backtrack > Information Gathering > Wireless Analysis > BlueTooth Analysis > btscanner. The information could however apply to any tools you wanted to manually add to the Backtrack menu by modifying each variable accordingly.
I take a lot of notes when I am either working on projects or researching so in Backtrack Linux I use KeepNote to accomplish this. KeepNote is a great little note application that provides notebook and tab functionality which pretty much covers what I need to do. One thing KeepNote doesn’t offer right out of the box is an easy way to backup notes from the command line so I took another backup shell script and converted it to backup KeepNote notes on Backtrack.
After upgrading a bunch of WordPress plugins on a site I noticed that comments were not functional on my site for users that were not logged in. This can always be tricky because if someone reports comments not working to the WordPress site administrator they likely will be logged in when they test the comments and think there is nothing wrong. Anyhow if comments are throwing an error and you have the SI Captcha Anti-SPAM WordPress plugin installed then the below content will assist you to resolve the problem.
After upgrading the Fast Secure Contact Form plugin for WordPress you should definitely test to make sure things are working properly because you likely will receive an error when submitting the contact form if you are using the built in captcha. The error which is explained in more detail complains of not being able to read a token file. Below we describe how to quickly resolve the Fast Secure Contact Form captcha error.
The other day I had attempted to use the Dell Linux BIOS upgrade utility on a Dell Poweredge 650 server however it wouldn’t run properly under CentOS Linux but I decided to give it another shot on a Dell Poweredge 2650 and this time it worked without issue. Below there are steps on how to upgrade the BIOS on a Dell PE2650 using the Linux BIOS .bin upgrade application from Dell.