Monthly Archives: January 2008

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Forms Authentication in ASP.NET 2.0 without Membership Provider

The membership provider is a new feature in ASP.NET 2.0 and helps web developers quickly and easily  implement forms authentication and authorization in their web applications. But what if you can’t use the membership provider in your applications? For example, my company implements a single sign-on system for authentication (many companies have the similar single sign-on system), and the user who is accessing our web application  is redirected to the single sign-on page for authentication. […]

A week of Ubuntu

I was very frantic with Ubuntu in the past week. Why? The reason is very simple: my laptop HP zu1175 is too old to handle Windows XP, but I do not want to throw it away, so I decided to give Linux a try. Here is my old HP zu1175 laptop’s specs: CPU: Pentium III 700MHz RAM: 384 MB HD: 20 GB DVD-ROM CDRW-ROM Pretty old, right? I used to think Fedora Core would be […]