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Change default language in bash

To change the default language in the bash console (shell, terminal, command line – whatever you want to call it), go to your user home (e.g. /home/username/) edit or make a .bash_profile, and add this line to it:
export LANG=en
For some bizarre reason, our new dedicated server from 1and1 defaults to German feedback, which is really … Read more »

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Apache – Redirect all requests to a single page

We’re migrating servers at work, and I needed to show a single “We’re moving” page no matter what URL was requested. Here’s how to do it permanently, and temporarily:
RedirectMatch permanent .* http://yoursite.com/migration.html
RedirectMatch temp .* … Read more »

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Clean dllcache

To clear out/clean up the dllcache folder within Windows\system32 open up a command line and type the following:
sfc /purgecache
sfc /cachesize=x (where x equals the maximum size, in megabytes, you’d like the dllcache to be. For example, I used cachesize=150)

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Samsung Silent Mode

To activate silent mode on a Samsung phone, press and hold the # key (hash, pound). To deactivate it, do the same again.
I found this out after telling my Samsung-loving girlfriend that my Samsung phone sucked because it didn’t have profiles like my beloved old Nokia – at which point she picked up my mobile, … Read more »