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Failed to Read the contents of XML Resource: IDD_SSH_KEY_CHANGE_DIALOG

Dreamweaver 2019 does not connect to SFTP server and you see the “Failed to Read the contents of XML Resource: IDD_SSH_KEY_CHANGE_DIALOG” error.

1) Close the Dreamweaver application.

2) Go to the following location:

Windows: C:\Users\[user name]\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\Dreamweaver CC xxxx\en_US\Configuration
macOS: ~/Library/Application Support/Adobe/Dreamweaver CC xxxx/en_US/Configuration

Here, xxxx is the version of Dreamweaver. For example, if you are using Dreamweaver 2017 running on Windows, then your folder location reads:

C:\Users\[user name]\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\Dreamweaver CC 2017\en_US\Configuration

3) Right-click the ssh_hosts file, and rename this file. For example, ssh_hosts_old.

4) Relaunch Dreamweaver and connect to your SFTP server.

Go Back to the Basics for a Successful Business

When it comes to running a business, it is easy to get so caught up in production that you forget to rely on the basics to get you through. Delegation, respect, and asking for help sounds simple, but it can be hard to do when you are focused on everything that goes into a successful business. Use the following tips to get yourself back on track.

Delegate for Efficiency

It can be extremely tempting to try to do it all yourself. You may feel that if you ask others to handle certain jobs, they won’t complete them to your satisfaction. This results in you having the mindset that it is better to do it yourself. This attitude will waste your time and energy. Pass jobs along to your employees that aren’t vital for you to do. Once you get used to letting go of the smaller tasks, you will have more time to focus on more important matters. Continue reading “Go Back to the Basics for a Successful Business”

Wifi 5Ghz connection improvement on Android 4.4.3

wifi 5G band, on Android 4.4.3 Nexus 7

One of the biggest improvement on Android 4.4.3 release is Wifi connection.

Especially at 5G band. My router is located in living room.

When my Nexus 7 connected with Wifi 5G in the same room, the signal strength is very good. The problem is when I move to the room with two walls distance, connection lost.

It is no problem when it is working on the 2.4G band.

After this Android 4.4.3 upgrade. The problem solved.

wifi 5G band, on Android 4.4.3 Nexus 7

See, the signal icon is full.

 

If your Nexus 7 has same problem as mine, go to upgrade to Android 4.4.3.

The first time to make the Raspberry Pi work

I power on the Raspberry Pi this morning. See pictures below.
The first look of the screen in text mode. Raspberry Pi is located on the lower right corner.
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After the loading, I can enter startx to load a window.

startx_rpi

Because it is the first time, I want to record the steps clearly.
First of all, I need the five important parts for make the bare board work.
USB keyboard and mouse.
Logitech USB mouse, M-BJ69

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Microsoft Wired Keyboard 400v1.0
Prepared SD card. At least class4, 4GB.
Kingston sd4/4GB, class 4
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HDMI or composite television, OR a monitor with DVI or HDMI input, and an HDMI/composite cable.
HDMI cable to connect my 42 inches TV
Micro USB power supply – make sure you use a good quality one, capable of providing at least 1A at 5V.
I use HTC cellphone power adapter. It is 5V 1A.
Ethernet LAN cable.
Normal LAN cable.

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Home Network

We are heavily relaying on the network, or Internet.
Now I would like to share how I connect all my devices in my house.
Internet service is provided by Shaw. It is the only choice in my area.
Connection:
Coaxial cable connect the Modem from the wall. Then connect Modem and my Router A by network cable.
Router A is the heart of my network.
It provide wired connection to following devices:
Xbox
Media Player – Asus O!Play
Network Storage – DLink DNS323, 3.5TB, FTP, File sharing, and BT.
Voip Box A – iTalkBB, provide local phone service.
Voip Box B – SPA-2002, Long Distance Call Service.
Router A also provide Wireless connection to following devices with MAC address filter. Only allowed MAC address can connect it.
Desktop A, for my daughter Grace
Desktop B, for my wife, Vivian and daughter, Gloria,
Laptop
Netbook
iPod Touch
Cellphone A – LG Optimus One
Cellphone B – LG Shine Plus
Wii
DS lite – with a replacement case, still working.
DSi XL
Kindle Keyboard with Wifi
Router A has a wireless connection with Router B. Router B works as bridge.
Router B wired connects to Desktop C
Router B is also working as a printer server by connecting Laser printer with USB port.
Actually, Router A has a Gigabit Switch to extent the ports. Router A has 4 Lan ports only, by connect Switch to it, it can connect 7 devices.

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