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luke.geek.nz


An IT Engineer with a love for all things IT including (but not limited to), Microsoft Azure, Automation and Service Management!


  1. Forcefully remove WordPress Posts using PHPMyAdmin

      Launch PHPMyAdmin (either directly or through your web hosting control panel – doesn’t matter). Go into the wordpress database Go into your: Posts table Click Operations Click Empty the table (TRUNCATE)  Click Ok …


  2. How to Boot from CD/DVD on an iMac

      Hold C during boot-up to load from CD/DVD (this skips the boot menu and loads the CD/DVD automatically). …


  3. Picasa – Upload a photo using browser uploaded.

    Right click Photo Copy Full Path Right click in Save dialog Select Paste Click Ok …


  4. Restore your iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch Firmware

    Warning: Following this method will erase all your data – including Contacts & Photos   First you need to download your iPhone/iPod Touch firmware. Click “here” to download the firmware. Once the download has been completed – Open iTunes Click on your iPhone/iPod Touch (if using older version of itunes – on the left if not it is top right) Hold down SHIFT and left click the Restore button. A Browse for dialog will open...…


  5. Using phpmyadmin to remove WordPress posts

    Warning:  This will remove all posts on your wordpress installation. Make sure you have a backup or simply don’t want them anymore… when they are gone they are gone!   Login to PHPMyAdmin On the left hand side – select your wordpress database Click on the Posts stable Click Operations (top menu bar) Click Empty the table (TRUNCATE) Click Ok   Note: Clearing the postsmeta table will delete the references to your images and post...…