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    So you busy with that JSON request and it keeps failing?

    Validate your JSON in this nifty JSON online validation

    Happy coding.


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    Okay, so I love having recovery tools on a bootable USB drive.

    One of my life savers is Hiren Boot Tools¬†(Download the ISO here). Then I had a great idea. What I’ll do is buy a HUGE 64GB USB flash thumb drive and make different partitions. I.e. one for Hiren, one for Windows 7 Installer, one for BackTrack (for you know what – wireless sniffing), one for Ubuntu etc. However I came into a bit of an issue. On Windows only the first partition is identified, however on MacOsX or Linux (Unix) all the partitions are found. However, I’m currently working on more Windows machines. So after some research I came across Yumi Multi Boot Loader.

    I highly recommend the app … it runs multiple loaders on a single partition and does it very neatly.

    Download from here

    Creating a YUMI Multiboot MultiSystem Bootable USB Flash Drive
    YUMI works much like Universal USB Installer, except it can be used to install more than one distribution to run Live from your USB. Distributions can also be uninstalled using the same tool!

    YUMI - Multiboot USB Creator

    YUMI’s Main¬†Multiboot Boot Menu

    YUMI - Multiboot Boot Menu


    Happy multi-booting