Today I tried access one website within company’s network which was very important to me. But the site loaded incompletely and so was not usable.
As always, company network is somehow restricted, for example, only output port 80 and 443 are enabled in my company’s network. As many companies do, McAfee software is used to restrict internal employees surfing the internet. So I firstly thought McAfee was the culprit.
As I’m using chrome browser, so I press F12 to open the developer tools. On “Network” tab(you may need ctrl+F5 to forcely refresh the website), I found the following error status:
Then I opened that url source in a new tab, and the following page occured:
So everything sorted! I clicked the button “click here if you have read ….”, and then went back to the site, refresh, and later everything was ok!
Greenwich Mean Time
Tonight(30th October 2011), we’ll welcome the GMT(Greenwich Mean Time) and hug away BST(British Summer Time, Daylight Saving Time) at 01:59:59 30th October 2011.
Why BST/DST(British Summer Time, Daylight Saving Time) achives the goal of saving energy? As you may think I still am going to work 8 hours a day and 365 days a year(may be too much? :D). OK, here’s what I think.
As we all can experience, the sun arise earlier in Summer than in Autumn. So when you wake up in the morning, you’ll do not need turn on the light, that does save the energy. And another extreme example, one man sleeps all the day and play games all the night, and another man sleeps all the night and work all the day, which one do you think is more environmentally friendly? Actually, this was why Benjamin Franklin, the man on $100, suggest DST(Daylight Saving Time).
Firstly, please refer to this page for prerequisite:
After reading that article through, you can do the following steps:
1.Go to Recovery Console: wipe data/factory reset wipe cache partitionThen, shutdown milestone.
2.Run RSDLite on your pc, select Milestone_2.2.1_UK_Package.sbf.
3.Goto Bootloader, connect your milestone and your pc, and click “start”. When this finished, reboot your milestone.
4.Now put Milestone_V2.3.2_MuzisoftUpdate_B6.2-SignFile.zip to OpenRecovery\updates. And then put OpenRecovery and update.zip to /sdcard. Wipe again(Refer to step 1). In Recovery Console, focus on “apply sdcard:update.zip” and type OK button. Then, select root phone. After that, reboot system. Then you’ll find your system already been rooted. Then, select Milestone_V2.3.2_MuzisoftUpdate_B6.2-SignFile.zip.
5.Wipe again and reboot milestone. You’ll find your system now is 2.3!
1.Download update.zip & Android SDK & busybox & Motorola ADB driver & RSDLite & OpenRecovery
2.You need your system rooted for these operations. You can download update.zip here, put it in your sdcard. Go to Recovery Console. To go to Recovery Console, you need firstly know your bootloader version. Press upper arrow of the four-directions key on your keyboard and booting button to boot your system. Then you can see the version of system bootloader.I.If the version is 90.78, you need press x+booting button, when there appears a triangle, press upper key of voice control and snapshot button to go to Recovery Console.II.If the version is 90.73/90.74, press snapshot button and booting button, when there appears a triangle, press upper key of voice control and snapshot button to go to Recovery Console.In Recovery Console, focus on “apply sdcard:update.zip” and type OK button. Then, select root phone. After that, reboot system. Then you’ll find your system already been rooted.
3.Install Motorola ADB driver, after that, connect your usb to your pc(windows media sync). Setting your milestone like this: Settings -> Applications -> Development -> check USB Debugging Then, you’ll find Motorola A853 info on your pc.
4.Install Android SDK to C:\android, here goes the layout: C:\android add-ons platforms SDK Readme.txt SDK Setup.exe tools5.Run cmd in your pc, unzip busybox and put it in :\android\tools, it will be C:\android\tools\busybox.In the cmd console, run the following commands: cd c:\android\tools adb push c:\android\tools\busybox /sdcard/busybox #This may take several minutes to complete.Now, run: adb shellCongratulations! You can now operates in your milestone!And, now you can try su to root: suIf not successful, you’ll need root your system again. Please refer to step 2.
Firstly, remember, you really do not need to uninstall the chrome then download then install, it’s somehow a good way to waste your bandwidth and time. :D
Ok, here goes the steps(Very easy really):
Open your chrome browser, click on the left top “Customize and control Google Chrome”, select “About Google Chrome”, then you’ll amazingly notice that Google Chrome is checking and installing updates automatically for you.
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Wait and after about 5 minutes or so, upgrading should complete and you’ll need restarting Google Chrome to finish upgrading. Read more…