The latest articles by Irene Burn

  • Set the right MTU: meaning, calculator, settings

    In Digital Networks, MTU(Maximum Transfer Unit) is the parameter that decides the largest datagram transferred without being fragmented through the network. Below is an introduction to MTU as well as an explanation on how to calculate it. Also, find out its value in Windows and Linux and how to change them.

  • How to resize partition Linux: Gparted, command line

    Operating systems, such as Linux, provides partitioning software to resize partitions without any data loss. It's possible to resize a partition using Gparted in an easy and a convenient way. Gparted partitioning software is available for free download. To modify the partition with Gparted, it has to be downloaded and then burned into a blank CD.

  • Script to automatically display webpage in fullscreen mode

    The Full Screen option is available on most web browsers by clicking on the relevant link. However, IE and Firefox can support a software code in windows API that is heavy in flux and enables the automatic full screen display of a webpage. JavaScript can work in IE and combines the small order even if the window is closed in the Firefox web browser. It works for versions 2.0 or older.

  • What are the sound card connections and color codes?

    A sound card (also called an audio card) is the part of a computer that manages its audio input and output. Nowadays, computers usually have it integrated into their motherboard. In this article, we will introduce this critical component.

  • What is a network card?

    A network card (also called a network adapter, network interface card, or NIC for short) acts as the interface between a computer and a network cable. The purpose of the network card is to prepare, send, and control data on the network. In this article, we will introduce this component.

  • PHPmyadmin access denied: for user 'root'@'localhost'

    In PHP programming language there is an open source tool called PhpMyAdmin that handles the administration of MySQL. Access can be denied when access to MySQL is attempted through the root user. Root requires insertion of a password and once that is wrongly entered or is not provided, this issue arises. This can be configured with the help of the PHP tool. The rights of the root user can also be reset at the same time.