Here is a step-by-step guide to setting up a Secure Shell server on Windows 2003 server using Cygwin (A Linux subsystem for Windows).
Sometimes plug-n-play USB devices that used to work perfectly on Windows stop being recognized or start behaving strangely. This could be caused by “ghosted” devices in the Windows Device Manager. Deleting all ghosted devices in the Windows Device Manager can sometimes correct these problems. Follow instructions in the Microsoft support article to reveal all ghosted devices, then delete each of them. Next time you plug one of those ghosted device in, Windows will make a fresh start in the process of detecting the device, possibly correcting the problem.
FOLLOW THESE DIRECTIONS AT YOUR OWN RISK.
This tutorial describes the steps required to add your own custom Layer 2 protocol dissection to Wireshark (formerly named Ethereal). Sample code is included.
This tutorial demonstrates the effects of the shininess settings in Imagine 3D for Windows. A reference image shows the effects that the color, filter, and refraction index settings have on the shininess setting.
This tutorial will get the reader creating procedural textures for Imagine 3D without doing any Windows programming. Then a more in depth look is given into how to use and modify Property Pages. Details are also given on the location and function of important code within the sample texture provided by Imagine 3D. The tutorial assumes that the reader is familiar with Windows and has some knowledge of C and C++ programming.