How to start Virtual Box in headless state

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If you wanted to start a VirtualBox VM headless (no UI) in the past, you needed additional tools.  I always found this to be a bit of a pain that VirtualBox didn’t support this ‘out of the box’.  Thankfully Version 5.0 has been recently released and it will finally handle this for you. Yay! There is now a command line… Read more »

Fix Incorrect Clock Settings in Windows When Dual-Booting Linux

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If you dual boot your Windows PC with Linux, you may have experienced a problem in which your clocks reset themselves incorrectly every time you boot into Windows. Here’s a simple registry edit to fix that. Essentially, the incorrect clock setting happens because  Linux use GMT time while Windows tries to synchronize with your local time zone, getting confused when… Read more »

How-to Install Viber on Linux Mint GNU-Linux

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Viber QuickStart for Linux Mint Viber for Linux lets you send free Messages and make Free Calls to other Viber users on any device and network, in any country! Viber Syncs your contacts and messages with your mobile device. Viber for Linux Main Features: Text, photo, sticker and emoticons messages Group conversations Call any Viber user for free with HD… Read more »

Upgrading ASUS RT-AC66U to TomatoUSB

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ASUS RT-AC66U – TomatoUSB (Shibby) on the ASUS RT-AC66U The popular TomatoUSB firmware now supports the ASUS RT-AC66U 1.75Gbps wireless router. The TomatoUSB (Shibby) firmware fully supports AC-mode (802.11ac) on 80MHz channel width. Some features of TomatoUSB firmware: Very advanced QoS (Quality of Service) configuration Advanced wireless configurations (WDS, wireless client modes, etc) Graphical bandwidth usage monitor Printer server: access… Read more »

Mount and Unmount a VHD File in Windows Explorer via a Right-Click

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Mount and Unmount a VHD File in Windows Explorer via a Right-Click Virtualization has become an incredibly powerful and flexible way to deploy environments. So much in fact that Microsoft has integrated the ability to attach virtual hard drive (VHD) files as physical disks in the Windows Disk Management tool. This process is easy enough to do manually but if… Read more »