Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Status penerbangan


Thursday, January 22, 2015

Use GMail to handle e-mail receiving/sending for non GMail/GApps (ie. CPanel) account

Set up "forwarding without mailbox"-like feature using User-Level Filtering on CPanel
....Rules: "To contains" myself@notgoogledomain.com
....Actions: "Redirect" then "Discard"
Set up "Filters" on GMail to label incoming e-mails
...Matches -example- "to:(myself@notgoogledomain.com)"
...Do this "Apply label"

Use standard GMail Send-as feature
...Check "Treat as an alias" (you will receive a copy on your Inbox for each mail you send)
...Set up a filter so that incoming e-mail from "myself@notgoogledomain.com" will be labeled
...as -example- "sent as"/"myself@notgoogledomain.com"

Public CCTV

CCTV Dishub Surabaya

Kamera Lalu Lintas Jalan Tol Surabaya (Tol Surabaya - Gempol)

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Monitor printer usage

CZ Print Job Tracker 9.0
- paid

Print Censor
- paid

Print Audit Secure

Print to 2 printer by default [set PDF creator as 2nd printer for review purpose]

Thursday, January 15, 2015

Combine multiple Internet connections into single pipeline

Google: combine bandwidth from two gsm|3g modem free windows

How To: Get the fastest Internet connection ever
Windows: Using Connectify Dispatch (commercial)

Monday, January 12, 2015

Java development

from Eclipse message saying List cannot be resolved to a type
You can press SHIFT+CTRL+O for auto importing [packages containing classes needed]

from Eclipse IDE - Tutorial
Java can be downloaded in two flavors: a JRE (Java Runtime Environment) and a JDK (Java Development Kit) version.
The Eclipse IDE contains its own Java compiler hence a JRE is sufficient for most tasks with Eclipse.
The JDK version of Java is required if you compile Java source code on the command line and for advanced development scenarios, for example, if you use automatic builds or if you develop Java web applications.

You can define in Eclipse that a project is dependent on another project. To do this select your project, right-click on it and select Properties.
Select Java Build Path and the Projects tab.
If you add a project to the build path of another project, you can use its classes in Eclipse

Manual installation of plug-ins (dropins folder):
You should not modify the content of the Eclipse plugins directory directly. If you want to install plug-ins, put them into the dropins folder. If you want to remove it, delete the JAR from this folder