Tag: linux

Rocks Cluster

Rocks Cluster rocks my socks. After battling with their FTP to grab the latest ISO, I was finally able to do a VMWare Install of version 4.2. The key for doing a VMWare install in workstation 5.5 was the following points: Create a VMWare Team Hard Drive sizes must be larger than 20 GiB Memory

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Asus M5n ACPI Fan

I am posting this so I can later go search and find it. Stupid fan was driving me nuts! Thing came on at 40 degree celcius. This meant that it ran ALL THE TIME. I could have the darn thing closed and it doing nothing…fan is on…grrr…anyways here is the fix action: sudo vi /etc/modules

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Sansa e260 and Linux

I broke down and purchased a new MP3 player after the trusty iPod Mini bit the dust. Thank you Apple for including a wonderful 6GiB CF Drive though :) Moving right along I wanted to share my thoughts from a Linux users perspective on the Sansa e240, e260, or e270. Same hardware just more storage.

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Using Gmail as GNOME’s default mailer

As a security expert I have to say that this is total hogwash with all the uproar over his script. I sure hope these same people practice AWESOME security everywhere else. And the world wonders why security professionals are referred to as “chicken littles” I started using Gmail as my primary mail application a little

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