Monday, August 31, 2015
Open the Internet Explorer Web browser on the Windows computer and click the address bar near the top of the 'Windows Internet Explorer' window that appears.
Type 'http://router_ip_address' into the address bar except replace 'router_ip_address' with the IP address of the MikroTik router and press the 'Enter' key.
Click the 'Winbox' link in the Web page that appears. Click 'Open' in the window that displays and confirm that you wish to run the 'Winbox' program if prompted.
Type the IP address of the MikroTik router into the 'Connect to' text box of the 'Winbox Loader' window that appears. Enter 'admin' into the 'Login' text box and write the Administrator password into the 'Password' field. Click the 'Connect' button.
Click 'IP' item in the left pane and then click 'Firewall' and then click the 'NAT' tab in the window that appears. Right-click empty space and click 'Add.' Click the 'General' tab and type the public or Internet IP address of the MikroTik router into the 'Dst Address' field. Type the port number that you wish to open into the 'Dst Port' box.
Click the 'Action' tab. Click the 'Action' drop down box and click the 'dst-nat' option. Enter the private network IP address to which you want the port traffic forwarded into the 'To Addresses' box. Write the port number to be forwarded into the 'To Ports' box. Click the 'Apply' button and then click the 'OK' button to save the setting.
Click the Windows 'Start' button and type 'regedit' into the text box in the menu. Press 'Enter' to open the registry editor.
Navigate to 'HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows Script Host\Settings\' by double-clicking 'HKEY_CURRENT_USER,' then double-click 'Software.' Double-click 'Microsoft,' then double-click 'Windows Script Host' and 'Settings.' Right-click the white space in the details pane and select 'New,' then 'DWORD Value.' This opens a dialog text box.
Type 'Enabled' in the 'Name' text box. Type '0' in the 'Value' text box. Click 'OK' to create your registry value. Reboot your computer for the changes to take effect.
Saturday, August 29, 2015
Double-click the 'Sim City' desktop icon on two computers.
Navigate to the 'Multiplayer' portion of the menu on both computers. Press 'Enter' to enter the multiplayer menu.
Navigate to 'Host Game' on one computer. Press 'Enter.'
Choose to host a local, LAN game on the first computer. Press 'Enter' to begin hosting the game.
Navigate to 'Join Game' on the second computer. Choose to find local games in the filter.
Navigate to the room the first computer is hosting. Because this is only finding local games, there will only be one game in the lobby. Press 'Enter' to join the game.
Thursday, August 27, 2015
Open your Internet Explorer browser.
Type your domain name into the browser's address bar, using the following format: “ftp://www.yourdomainname.com.”
Press “Enter” on your keyboard.
Enter your GoDaddy FTP username and password. Click “Login.” If you don't remember your FTP username and password, log into the GoDaddy Account Manager portal and reset it (see Resources).
Log in to your Go Daddy virtual server with an administrator username and password. Click the Windows 'Start' button on the host and type 'php.ini' in the search text box. Press 'Enter' to open a window with the PHP.INI file's folder location.
Right-click the file and select 'Open With.' Choose 'Notepad' to open the current PHP.INI data in the editor.
Press the 'Ctrl' and 'F' keys to open the 'Find' dialog box. Type 'php-imap.dll' and press 'Enter' to scroll directly to the PHP.INI IMAP line item.
Remove the semicolon at the beginning of the IMAP entry. Click 'Save' to save the changes to the file. Removing the semicolon removes the comment statement, so the IMAP service becomes active.
Wednesday, August 26, 2015
Unpack the compressed LiteSpeed installation software. At the Linux command line, type '# sudo tar -zxvf lsws-4.0.3-std-i386-linux.tar.gz' and press 'Enter.' Replace the numbers '4.0.3' with the current version number if you are using a newer update of LiteSpeed.
Enter the directory that contains the unpacked installation files. For this example using LiteSpeed version 4.0.3, type '# cd lsws-4.0.3' and press 'Enter.' Execute the installation file with the command '# sudo ./install.sh' and press 'Enter.'
Read the license agreement that is displayed on the screen. Press the 'Space' bar to scroll through each page. At the end of the text, type 'Yes' with a capital 'Y' and press 'Enter' to confirm the agreement.
Monday, August 24, 2015
Click 'Start,' then 'Run' and type 'cmd' in the box that appears.
Press enter. A command window will appear.
Type 'ping,' a space and then the name of your SMTP Server. For example, type 'ping smtp.server.com' and press 'Enter.' The window will then try to contact the SMTP server by the IP address. It will say, 'Pinging x.x.x.x with 32 bytes of data.' The 'x.x.x.x' will be the SMTP server's IP address.
Sunday, August 23, 2015
Open your browser. Type 'www.opencart.com/index.php?route=extension/extension/info&extension_id=18' into the address bar. Press the 'Enter' key.
Locate your version of OpenCart. Click on the 'Download' link next to your version.
Click on 'Save File' and 'OK' to save the file to your desktop. Wait for the file to download.
Saturday, August 22, 2015
Right-click 'Start' and click 'Explore.' The Windows Explorer window opens.
Type 'ftp: //myftpserveraddress/' in the address bar on the top left of Windows Explorer, replacing the dummy address with the actual FTP address, and press 'Enter.' The 'Log On As' security box appears.
Type in your FTP user name and password, and then click 'Log On.' You should have access to your FTP files and folders on your FTP site. Windows Explorer will display the hosted files and folders on the right pane of Windows Explorer.
Move to the left pane of Windows Explorer. Browse your computer, locate your files and folders, and drag them to the right pane of Windows Explorer. This will upload your files and folders to your hosting site.