By YellowOnline on Tuesday 18 December 2012 22:16 - Comments (3)
Category: Games, Views: 4.236

Back in the 90s, I had a friend who was older and much more l33t than me. Also, he smoked way too much pot. It didn't stop him from creating a great Tetris-clone together with some friends called Tetripz. Since 1997, a few Tetripz-clones have spawned too, but none all too successful and surely not as nice as the original Tetripz - Tetris on LSD.


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The Bicky Burger demystified

By YellowOnline on Tuesday 11 December 2012 11:50 - Comments (14)
Category: Other, Views: 24.000

Bicky Burgers are a very common kind of hamburger in Belgium, slowly moving up into the Netherlands too. They are popular, but two questions always return:

1) What does a Bicky Burger consist of?
2) Where can you get the sauces.

This post is in English for all those Bicky-lovers out there who can't find information in English about it (there's only a small entry in Wikipedia and only in Dutch) and want their questions answered.

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SCDPM 2007 SQL Self Recovery with clusters

By YellowOnline on Friday 7 December 2012 09:47 - Comments (0)
Category: SCDPM, Views: 2.769

Gosh, it's been two months since I blogged. I'm spending too much time playing video games lately :)

The past week our MS SQL environment got a health check my Microsoft, comparable with ADRAP for AD. The downside of being a SCCM/SCOM/SCDPM administrator is that you get involved in whatever happens with other products in your company, because you deploy them, monitor them and back them up.

There are two things that make a DPM admin's life easier when it comes to recovery: enabling end-user recovery - which is a simple AD schema update if you're post-Vista (on XP you need to install an agent on the clients), and enabling SQL self recovery for SAs. The latter is slightly more complicated.

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