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Samsung GT-N8000 upgrade – successful!

Samsung GT-N8000 upgrade – successful!

I’ve successfully upgraded my old Samsung Tablet, GT-8000 (2012) to Android Nougat 7.1, and it’s been very successful! Earlier this year, I did upgrade it to the last 4.4.2 release but found it very slow and with WiFi problems, so thought I’d try some other upgrade. For a 5 year old tablet, if I bricked the device it wasn’t much of a loss. Upgrading Android devices is not something I have much experience of, and I was very doubtful I’d…

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About Me

About Me

Well, this is pending….. But I have a GitHub repository: https://github.com/jradxl?tab=repositoriesI’m going to use this more for everything, as the post links keep breaking  

New Blog, New Post – all running on Mono and Ubuntu!

New Blog, New Post – all running on Mono and Ubuntu!

New Blog, New Post – all running on Mono and Ubuntu!– with Nginx proxy and HyperFastCgi server.– and of course, BlogEnging.NET. This ASP.NET MVC 3/4 Open Source Blog software. Seems that Comments are not working.!But Contact Email is working fine! Improved a bit… The admin’s Gallery feed is now working!    

Test Post from OpenLiveWriter

Test Post from OpenLiveWriter

I initially thought OpenLiveWriter didn’t support BlogEngine, but by fiddling with the options – perhaps it was using dasBlog that did it, it logged in succesfully and I have posted this as a test. Phew!Seems OpenLiveWriter is the last of the Blog authoring tools, as the other names I searched for have gone.

Upgrade to BlogEngine 2.5.0.32 and new Hosting Provider

Upgrade to BlogEngine 2.5.0.32 and new Hosting Provider

This time all went very smoothly. Storage of post attachments is built in, and BlogML worked like a dream…Lets hope the testing goes smoothly too! File attachments via the new File Manager and SQL tables works, but alas the link into the post does not. So you won’t be able to access this file.   It does now because I’ve manually changed the link because urlrewriting is not working. TestTextFile.txt (65.00 bytes) TestTextFile.txt (65.00 bytes)