WHCMS does not support "org.za"

I had an issue with WHCMS (the web host management system) not correctly identifying that unused "org.za" domains where actually available. Whatever "org.za" domain I used, they would all fail with "Domain not available". The solution is to edit the .../includes/whoisservers.php file and change the "org.za" line to:
`.org.za|http://org.za/cgi-bin/rwhois?format=full&domain=|HTTPREQUEST-Domain not found`
@ 09:45 PM on July 02 | 0 Comments

Disabling adverts on the Samsung Galaxy Y Pro (B5510)

Have a look at [my latest post](http://www.kmz.co.za/blog/about-me/disabling-adverts-on-the-samsung-galaxy-y-pro-b5510/ "http://www.kmz.co.za/blog/about-me/disabling-adverts-on-the-samsung-galaxy-y-pro-b5510/") for some notes on how I edited my Samsung Galaxy Y Pro's "/etc/hosts" file, and blocked Google's adverts!
@ 05:11 PM on March 06 | 0 Comments

Postfix relaying using mail hosts based on "From" address

Have a look at my most recent page [setting up postfix to use different mail relays based on the email's "From" address](http://www.kmz.co.za/blog/getting-postfix-to-support-relaying-based-on-sender-address/ "http://www.kmz.co.za/blog/getting-postfix-to-support-relaying-based-on-sender-address/")
@ 09:29 PM on March 02 | 0 Comments

Integrating svn with Nautilus

Finally! A plugin that lets you access all your favourite subversion commands that integrates with Nautilus. And that works! I previously tried [RabbitCVS](http://rabbitvcs.org/ "RabbitCVS") but found that it totally sucked when I navigated into the Isis parent directory - it seemed to immediately recursively investigate all directories. Anyway, after a serendipitous [StackOverflow](http://stackoverflow.com/questions/86550/is-there-a-linux-ubuntu-svn-client-that-doesnt-suck "StackOverflow") search, I found [PagaVCS](http://code.google.com/p/pagavcs/ "PagaVCS"). [PagaVCS](http://code.google.com/p/pagavcs/ "PagaVCS") works really well, and it even has a [version](http://code.google.com/p/pagavcs/wiki/PagaVCS14Series "version") that installs on my Ubuntu 10.10 machine.
@ 06:16 PM on February 24 | 0 Comments

Apache Isis version 0.2.0-incubating Released

New Functionality ================== Have a look at the [Release Notes](http://incubator.apache.org/isis/release-notes-0.2.0-incubating.html "Release Notes") for the full list, but a selected highlight list: SQL/JDBC Database related ------------------ - Persist and restore polymorphic classes - Allow users to override "isis_" table prefix Other useful stuff ------------------ - JSON viewer (for Restful Objects, up to v0.56). - New "onlinedemo" example to demonstrate combined html and json viewers as live example. Other Improvements ================== After some internal discussion, we have revamped the Isis home page - hopefully it should now be more apparent what Isis is for, and how you can use it.
@ 01:10 PM on February 23 | 0 Comments
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