I was trying to install RxNorm 2014 on my system, a Windows machine and had an issue in installing it properly using the scripts provided in the downloaded files.
The downloaded files have a directory for the scripts. The scripts are meant for different platforms. I was on a Windows machine and for the script was the file with the .bat extension. I edited this file to provide the information on the MySQL installation and configuration for my PC. After this I ran this script. But it gave me an error as shown in the log file created. The error was like this:

"File 'RXNATOMARCHIVE.RRF' not found (Errcode: 2)"

It could not find the RRF files which were necessary to populate the tables.

This was a sure indication it was an error in path. And most likely, you have not read the documentation. If you read the documentation of RxNorm in full, you will find that they tell you to move the scripts and the relevant sql files to the same directory where RRF files are located. That means you need to copy these files one directory back to the RRF directory and run the .bat file once again.
Once this is done, the MySQL installation of RxNorm should be okay.
Please, note if you are not able to edit the .bat file second time after you have done it once, make another copy of the .bat file and run that. Things would go okay.

Action Items to save yourself from the vulnerability of HeartBleed
The security vulnerability generated from the heartbleed bug requires some action from you if you have your accounts on the following websites:

Making Google Voice and Video Plugin work on Windows 8 Desktop

I recently shifted to Windows 8. Earlier I was using Windows 7 Pro and so I did only an upgrade to Windows 8 so that I did not have to install all my applications all over again.

The upgrade was fine except for one thing. After a few days of upgrade I found that I was unable to make a video or voice call using the Gmail feature. Whenever I tried to make a call, I was asked to install the "Google Voice and Video Chat plugin" and it will take me to this link: https://www.google.com/chat/video/

Here is how to access a shared folder on a network drive.

Use the following command on a DOS command prompt

C:\>pushd \\networkname\sharedfolder


C:\>pushd \\networkIPAddress\sharedfolder

this should take you to a network drive (such as Z:\)

If you want to come back to your local computer drive give the following command


Here is one of my favourite Bhojpuri song.

कवने खोतवा में लुकईलू अहि रे बालम चिड़ई, अहि रे बालम चिड़ई

बन-बन ढुंढ़ली दर दर ढुंढ़ली , ढुंढ़ली नदी के तीरे
सांझ के ढुंढ़ली, रात के ढुंढ़ली, ढुंढ़ली होत फजीरे
जन में ढुंढ़ली, मन में ढुंढ़ली, ढुंढ़ली बीच बजारे
पिया हिया में पैस के ढुंढ़ली, ढुंढ़ली बिरह के मारे
कोने अंतरे में समईलू अहि रे बालम चिड़ई