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Samsung Galaxy Watch 46mm 2018 Review


This is my short review on the Samsung Galaxy Watch 46mm.

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iCloud-integration i Windows med Outlook 365


Har du fået en ny Windows 10 computer, installeret Office 365 og har en iPhone, vil du sikkert gerne have din kalender osv på din maskine. Min kollega, som bruger en iPhone, havde problemet, med at når han forsøgte at tilføje sin iCloud-konto i Windows, gav den ham en fuldstændig meningsløs besked: “Indstillingen kan ikke fortsætte, fordi Outlook ikke er konfigureret til en standardbeskrivelse. Kontroller Outlook-indstillingerne og prøv igen.” – Den oprindelige, engelske, beskrivelse er lidt mere sigende: “Setup can’t continue because Outlook isn’t configured to have a default profile. Check your Outlook settings and try again.”.

Den er meget svær at knække, men min kollega faldt over en post der løser problemet, som kræver at man bruger PowerShell til at fyre nogle kommandoer af.

iCloud error: Outlook isn’t configured to have a default profile

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LetsEncrypt certbot DNS-challenge


If you have ever tried to get some LetsEncrypt SSL-certificates by using the DNS-challenge, you might have been frustrated that the challenge is different each time you run it, so you have to leave it until the DNS has propagated. That means you might lose the connection to the server you are doing it on. There is a simple work-around: Let’s say you are requesting 3 certificates (or challenges), go through to the last one, do your DNS changes, then press CTRL+C to abort the certbot. Now you can wait comfortably until the DNS has propagated. When it has, simply start the certbot again using the same command, and the challenges are the same.

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High Sierra and ssh: publickey denied


Turns out Apple stopped supporting 1024-bit keys, so you should create new keys. While you do that, you can still access your SSH-hosts with your old key. Add this to ~/.ssh/config :

Host *
    PubkeyAcceptedKeyTypes +ssh-dss

You should then be able to git/ssh to your sites again. But do remember to upgrade, as your old 1024-bit key is vulnerable to the logjam-attack.

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Mavic Pro battery broke: Two middle LEDs


So, I was going to update my Mavic Pro to the latest firmware. At the end the iPad said that it had failed. The battery also looked weird. The second and third LED-indicator was lit and blinking every 15 seconds or so. And it wouldn’t react to anything, you could not turn the Mavic off. I pulled the battery out and replaced it with another and the update was successful this time. You have to upgrade all batteries, so I turned it off and replaced the second battery with the third – update was quick and successful.

Now I was stuck with the first battery that wouldn’t do anything. Every time I tried to upgrade it, it said that battery must be 50% or more. Inside the app it looked like 0% and 0 degrees warm, 0 mAh capacity :P I solved it by leaving it in the charger for about an hour, then started the app, then the RC, then plugged in the battery (the drone will turn off automatically with the defective battery). The “start screen” of DJI Go will check the firmware, then give you notice that there is a firmware mismatch, and if you want to upgrade. Swipe to upgrade and it worked.

Now I had to do charge it a few times before it worked. It didn’t work with my Android phone, but I succeeded with the iPad eventually. After upgrade, everything was back to normal.

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Time Machine must create a new backup for you


No. Just no.

If you have a NAS like Synology or QNAP, you might have seen this error. Letting Time Machine create a new backup for you, means you lose all old backups.

Fortunately it’s usually repairable. I have done this many times on my QNAP, and a few times on the Synology at work. Oddly OSX doesn’t do it automatically, which is silly, because it should be able to.

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Windows Live Essentials Install Error 0x80190194


I got a new Webcam, Microsoft LifeCam Cinema, and wanted to record something and edit it their website. It requires MovieMaker, so I had to install Windows Live Essentials. Every time I tried to install it, however, I would get error 0x80190194 – Now I tried researching a bit on the net, but could find no clear way to get rid of the error.
I got rid of it by opening Internet Explorer, deleting all temporary internet files, going in to “Connections” and removing ALL settings in proxy and dial up connections – They were all inactive, but you have to remove them anyway! Then the install went fine.
If you have any VPN-connections or stuff like that, try to leave them and see of you can install – If not, remove those also.

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iOS 4.2 update and music collection


So if you homes? managed to update to iOS 4.2.1, and you manage your Upcoming music Miami Dolphins Jerseys library manually, you probably think that all your music is gone COME from your device. It cheap MLB jerseys isn’t – Just add or delete one track from iTunes and they will all show up.
Also, you should open Marketing up the Emergency Photo app to wholesale jerseys let Gotta it update the photo/video library.

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