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Great Little Linux Program - Clonezilla
   

Over the weekend I was trying to use Ghost to create a image of a hard drive that was having issues.  After hours and hours of trying to get Ghost running with the right drivers, I abandoned it and tried a open source solution called Clonezilla.  It does not have a fancy interface, but is worked great.  It does not do increment bare metal images but it was far easier than using Ghost.  It just works.   http://clonezilla.org

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http://dominointerface.blogspot.com/2012/03/great-little-linux-program-clonezilla.html
Mar 12, 2012
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More Fun Creating Dojo widgets and MVC
Fri, Oct 3rd 2014 11:12a   Richard Moy
Here is another article in my "Fun with Dojo" series. Dojo traditionally has been considered slow. One reason is that Dojo loads alot of modules before it instantiates the page. Dojo with AMD helps reduce the number of modules when it first loads but not the number of modules. This is great. However, one thing that I really dislike are Dojo Dijit widgets. They are heavy, slow, and require a lot of modules to be loaded. We like the Bootstrap widgets because they are lightweight. So inste [read] Keywords: domino xpages blogger dojo interface widget widgets
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The Good, Bad, and Ugly about AMD in Dojo
Thu, Oct 2nd 2014 11:16a   Richard Moy
We were testing iPhora Touch 2 with the attendees of MWLUG 2014 in the MWLUG portal and as usual, the interface had issues even after having outside users provide feedback before we rolled it out. When you are so focused on the creation process it hard to see issues until it is seen by fresh pair of eyes. So we are working on a new faster and improved interface for iPhora Touch. This is the evolution of any product. Since we are using a JavaScript/JSON Restful API approach most of the changes [read] Keywords: domino lotusscript blogger development dojo interface javascript widget widgets
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Why an Ideal MVC Framework Fails
Wed, Oct 1st 2014 9:13a   Richard Moy
One of the "Next Big Things" these days is the use an MVC framework for developing Web applications. There are a number of MVC frameworks out there including Backbone, Ember, and the rapidly growing Angular. Ideally these MVC frameworks are great, hook things together and any changes to the model (data) and all the views are updated based on the controller code. If there is changes to the model, the data is automatically updated on the server. This is the ideal case. However, it assumes on [read] Keywords: domino application applications blogger development dojo interface security server widgets
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Don't What it, Hitch It
Tue, Sep 30th 2014 10:13a   Richard Moy
Async callbacks and closures is an incredible thing about JavaScript. This is what makes environments like nodejs possible, a topic of many blogs to come. Many of the JavaScript frameworks like my favorite framework Dojo have the ability to deal with closures and callbacks. One of the issues that one needs to deal with is getting a handle to the current scope within a closure. We discussed this and how to deal with it in Dojo in a previous blog. http://dominointerface.blogspot.com/2014/03/ [read] Keywords: domino blogger dojo interface javascript widget widgets
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Installing Nginx Reverse Proxy on CentOS for Domino Our Experience
Mon, Sep 29th 2014 12:12p   Richard Moy
Over the past few weeks there has been a significant number of discussions about Domino and the lack of SHA-2 support. Jesse Gallagher had an entire MWLUG 2014 session on this very topic. When I ask Jesse to present on this topic, unbeknownst to me what a hot topic this would become and so timely. First, IBM should have fixed these problems years ago. For us this is a critical issue that if not addressed will kill the market for Domino. Thanks to Jess efforts and contributions, there is a w [read] Keywords: connections domino ibm notes apple blogger centos interface linux network server skype ubuntu
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Gotcha, Creating Dynamic Script Blocks Using SSJS
Thu, Sep 25th 2014 10:11a   Richard Moy
For our iPhora applications we only use one XPage and dynamically create the content that appears. We do this by storing the dynamic content in Notes Rich Text fields and using SSJS to read and generate the HTML/JavaScript during runtime. Since we are moving to an single page MVC model, we were adding a few addition xp:scriptBlock to generate the initial loader and pulling the information from a NotesRichText field. We were using doc.getFirstValueString('richtextfield') to pull and create [read] Keywords: domino lotusscript notes rich text applications blogger interface javascript




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MWLUG 2014 Article in Grand Rapids Business Journal
Tue, Aug 26th 2014 11:13a   Richard Moy
Great Article about MWLUG 2014 in the Grand Rapids Business Journal. Special thanks to Louise Burton for helping place the article. http://www.grbj.com/articles/80431-ww-ii-vet-headlines-downtown-lotus-conferenceDomino Interface [read] Keywords: domino lotus blogger interface
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MWLUG Is Heading South
Mon, Aug 25th 2014 8:12a   Richard Moy
With MWLUG 2014 just about to start in a couple of days, we will be announcing the host city for MWLUG 2015 on Friday at the closing session. So we have decided to head south for 2015. And yes it is a bit of a stretch in calling some of these towns being in the Midwest. Here are the potential host cities for MWLUG 2015. We would like to hear your input so fill out the survey. Atlanta, GACincinnati, OHColumbus, OHDayton, OHLouisville, KY https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/PZGSND2Domino Interface [read] Keywords: domino blogger interface
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IBM has Renovations Inc and MWLUG has Midwest Bicycle Incorporated
Thu, Aug 21st 2014 4:16p   Richard Moy
As many of us who have attended Lotusphere/IBMConnect/Connected know that IBM references a fictitious company for their demonstrations called Renovations Inc. We have a number of XPages with Java sessions and we wanted to apply the demos and designs to a company and cohesively tie the different sessions into how one company that was using XPages throughout their business. So we came up with Midwest Bicycle Incorporated. So as you attend these sessions you will learn how the Midwest Bicycle Inco [read] Keywords: domino ibm lotusphere xpages blogger interface java
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Announcing the MWLUG Outreach Program Recipient for 2014 - Kid's Food Basket
Thu, Aug 21st 2014 10:12a   Richard Moy
As many of you know MWLUG is not just about building knowledge of IBM solutions and networking with our fellow ICS community members, it is about being part of the community. This is one of the reason we move MWLUG from city to city. It is about getting to know your local community whether it is in your town or a different town. Each year we have a fundraising drive for a local community organization in particular a local food bank. This year with the help of Devin Olson our boots on the gro [read] Keywords: collaboration domino ibm blogger community development interface networking




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