iFolder on OpenSuSE 11.3 full install walkthrough

Posted in computer, ifolder, internet, opensuse, performance, server by daniel on August 10, 2010 38 Comments



all future work regarding ifolder will be done under the nofolder.com site by the nofolder team ;)


to view the original work go to the next page. thanks for all the help, i hope you will join us at http://nofolder.com and help make ifolder live on!!!



i’m on IMDB…

Posted in audio|video, eco, internet, performance by daniel on March 20, 2009 No Comments yet

… well not really. :( But no worries, my Googleganger has it covered. Meet my newest Facebook friend Daniel Lench. We may be related on fact! Let me tell you, it’s strange to email yourself, and stranger to receive one. So after conversing with him for a bit, I’m here to say that Daniel Lench is unequivocally one cool guy! In fact I recommend everyone pay as much attention to him as possible and give him lots of money and acting roles. :) THANKS!!!

And to everyone else with the last lame Lench, Daniel is already taken. In fact It’s getting crowded in here!!!

Folders containing files are slow to populate winxp [Fixed]


When you were browsing in a folder that contains files, such as AutoCAD Drawing files and others, the display is very slow to populate. This issue can occur if the Digital Signature option is enabled on a Windows® XP machine. This is expected behavior if you are using digital signatures. The display is slow to populate because the the status of the digital signature for each file is being verified so that the appropriate icon can be displayed.

If you don’t care about this (I don’t because 5 seconds and more for a folder to show its contents is ridiculous) then you can disable the verification process like this:

  1. On the Start menu (Windows), click Run.
  2. In the Run dialog box, enter C:\Windows\System32\AcSignOpt.exe.
  3. Click OK.
  4. In the Signature Validation Options dialog box, clear the “Validate digital signatures and display special icons” check box.
  5. Click OK.
  6. Verify that the population speeds for folders has improved.

You can thank me later or buy a Mac since Apple handles things much better.