I bought a motherboard from Ebay, from wangrp, new – and I think it really was new – and finally installed it. It was a backup, but I didn’t test it, and should have. The board has been really crashy, and I cannot tell why. The return period is way over, so, I’m SOL, and probably out $50. Next time, I’ll just buy it from NewEgg. For now, I’m stuck with this crashing computer, and I want to see if I can get it stable. Continue reading Crashing Computer from Ebay. Cleaning Out the Dust from the CPU Cooler.
End of year giveaway. These ebooks are free on different days.
A brief book discussing different backup techniques. Intended for a general audience.
This is an interesting project, to formalize the INI format to express more complex data structures.
If you need to read through a lot of email addresses, try Thunderbird. I’ve had over ten addresses in it, and it works pretty well. It also has an RSS reader that I rarely use, but it’s there. It’s my preferred client, and after a lot of use, I finally donated to the project.
This is an overview of installing antiX on an older dual core computer. It’s a nice Linux distro that is extremely lightweight and fast. AntiX is based on Debian.
Continue reading Installing antiX, a Minimalist Mediumweight Linux, and Xfce4