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Set up - Create Account, Install Software, and Sign-In to App 1. From a computer or Mac, visit the library's website at http://www.fspl.org. Click the digital library graphic on the right side of the website. Then click the OneClickdigital graphic or link. 2. The OneClickdigital website will come up on the screen. Click Create New Account. 3. You will need to fill in the following personal information: first name, last name, zip code, email address, username, password, and operating system. 4. Then download the OneClickdigital Media Manager software. Follow the prompts in order to install the software. 5. It will prompt you to restart the computer or Mac before using the software. 6. Sign into the software with your username and password. See step 1 on back page Searching, Checking Out, and Transferring an Audiobook Revised 08-12 1. Click Browse Website. The OneClickdigital website will open in the Internet Browser. 2. Click Login at top right of the screen. Enter your username and password. 3. Search or browse for an audiobook. 4. Click the title you want to check out. On the right side of the screen you can select the number of days you want to have the audiobook. Then click Checkout Now! (See picture to the right.) 5. You will be prompted to either Open or Save the files. Click Open. 6. The title will show up in the OneClickdigital Media Manager. Click the Download/Transfer button and the audio files will start downloading. 7. Plug the MP3 player or iPod into the computer or Mac. 8. Click transfer in the OneClickdigital Media Manger. Follow the prompts to transfer the audio files to your MP3 Player or iPod. (See pictures below.) Please Note: If you are using an iPod you will need to change the iTunes settings to "Manually Manage Music..." in the "Summary" screen of your device. Then you can directly transfer the audio files from the Media Manger to the iPod. Happy Listening!
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STEP 2 Enter the IP address of the device you are configuring in the address bar on the ... The default username is cisco and the default password is cisco. Cisco Small Business 300 Series Managed Switch Administration Guide Release 1.3.5 Contents Table of Contents Chapter 1: Getting Started 1 Starting the Web-based Configuration Utility 1 Quick Start Device Configuration 4 Interface Naming Conventions 5 /Window Navigation 7 Chapter 2: Status and Statistics 11 System Summary 11 Viewing Ethernet Interfaces 11 Viewing Etherlike Statistics 13 Viewing 802.1X EAP Statistics 14 Health 15 Managing RMON 15 View Log 23 Chapter 3: Administration: System Log 24 Setting System Log Settings 24 Setting Remote Logging Settings 26 Viewing Memory Logs 28 Chapter 4: Administration: File Management 30 System Files 30 Upgrade/Backup Firmware/Language 33 Download/Backup Configuration/Log 37 Configuration Files Properties 42 Copy/Save Configuration 43 Auto Configuration via DHCP 44 Cisco Small Business 300 Series Managed Switch Administration Guide
Cisco SRP500 Series Services Ready Platforms (SRP520 Models) Package Contents • Cisco SRP500 Series Services Ready Platform • RJ-45 Ethernet Cable • RJ-11 Telephone Cable • Power Clip and Adapter • Quick Start Guide • Product CD Welcome Thank you for choosing Cisco SRP500 Series Services Ready Platforms. This guide describes how to physically install the SRP and how to use the Setup Wizard to configure it. 1 Before You Begin Before you begin the installation, make sure that you have the following: For Hardware Installation • An active Internet connection. • (Optional) Analog phone line. • (Optional) Telephone handset, fax machine, or PBX line for connecting to the voice ports. • Cables – RJ-45 Ethernet cables (Category 5 or higher) for connecting computers, WAN and LAN interfaces, phones, or other devices. – RJ-11 telephone cable for analog line (FXO) and phone (FXS) connections. – ADSL splitter, if required by your Service Provider. • (Optional) Mobile Broadband USB Modem. For Software Installation: • A computer running: – – 2 Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.0 (or later), or Mozilla Firefox 3.6. Adobe Flash Player with add-on version 10.0.0 or later (needed to to configure your SRP). Cisco SRP500 Services Ready Platforms Quick Start Guide (SRP520 Models) Default Settings Use these default settings when configuring your SRP with the Setup Wizard. See Getting Started with the Configuration, page 11. Parameter Value Device IP 192.168.15.1 Username cisco Password cisco DHCP Range 192.168.15.100 to 149 To configure advanced features (such as wireless, network, and voice settings), log in by using the Administrator account. For more information, see the Cisco SRP500 Series Services Ready Platforms Administration Guide (SRP520 Models) at: www.cisco.com/go/srp500. NOTE If you obtained your SRP from your Service Provider, you might not have access to the Administrator account. Contact your Service Provider for more information. 2 Getting to Know the Cisco SRP500 Series Services Ready Platforms This section lists the available model numbers to help you become familiar with your SRP, and shows the front panel, back panel, side view, and top the unit. NOTE To get started with the installation right away, see Installing the SRP500 Services Ready Platforms, page 8. Cisco SRP500 Services Ready Platforms Quick Start Guide (SRP520 Models)
This user guide is intended for a customer who has received a CLICK Loader File from an OEM and needs to write the CLICK project to their CLICK PLC using the CLICK Project Loader tool. Writing the CLICK project to your PLC is a very simple process and this document will walk you through the required steps. Note: The file extension of the CLICK Loader File is 'ckl'. This is different from the CLICK Project File, where the file extension is 'ckp'. The CLICK Project Loader only works with the CLICK Loader Files. What is CLICK Project Loader? The CLICK Project Loader is a tool provided with the free CLICK Programming Software (V1.11 or newer). The CLICK Project Loader was developed to provide a simple way for you to write a CLICK Project, provided by an OEM, to your PLC. When an OEM develops a CLICK Project for you, this Project may be password protected to protect the confidentiality of processes and information included in the Project. It is also common to have future modifications to this project that will be provided to you by the OEM. When these Project updates are provided to the customer only authorized personnel with the password information are able to write the file to the PLC. With the CLICK Project Loader, an OEM can modify a password-protected CLICK Project and export the Project as a CLICK Loader File. The OEM can then send the CLICK Loader File to you. You can use the CLICK Project Loader tool to write the password-protected CLICK Project into your CLICK PLC. The CLICK Project Loader will verify that the password of the new Project matches the password of the existing Project in the PLC. The CLICK Project Loader will ONLY write the new Project if the passwords MATCH.
NOTE: This tutorial has been tested on versions 1.5 of Zend Framework. ... The traditional way to build a PHP application is to do something like the following:. This tutorial is intended to give a very basic introduction to using Zend Framework to write a basic database driven application. NOTE: This tutorial has been tested on versions 1.5 of Zend Framework. It stands a very good chance of working with later versions in the 1.5.x series, but will not work with versions prior to 1.5. Model-View-Controller Architecture The traditional way to build a PHP application is to do something like the following: include "common-libs.php"; include "config.php"; mysql_connect($hostname, $username, $password); mysql_select_db($database); ?> The model part of the application is the part that is concerned with the specifics of the data to be displayed. In the above example code it is the concept of “news”. Thus the model is generally concerned about the “business” logic part of the application and tends to load and save to databases. The view consists of bits of the application that are concerned with the display to the user. Usually, this is the HTML. The controller ties together the specifics of the model and the view to ensure that the correct data is displayed on the page. Page 1 of 19 Zend Framework uses the Model-View-Controller (MVC) architecture. This is used to separate out the different parts of your application to make development and maintenance easier.
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