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I wrote a post not too long ago about getting temps from the GPUs. I recently took a second look at that and came up with a cleaner and much more versatile approach to getting the data and ever presenting the data. All of the ugly sed-ness (not saying sed Read more…


I have not had time to load the distro of choice onto the new system yet. That will simply take more free time in one lump than I have to spare presently. I did however toss together a short script to pull the temps from the video cards. The cards Read more…


I recently put up a post noting that I had acquired an android phone. I have been taking things slow for a Linux guy and learning my way around before I get too carried away with things. Being a long time Linux user and android being a Linux based platform Read more…


Well, after holding off for a very long time I have broken down and purchased a phone with the android OS on it. Since they came out I have wanted an android device. After all, who in my professional field with my type of hobbies and likes wouldn’t right? Open Read more…


For Christmas I was given a board I had on my wish list to replace my current firewall hardware. The board is the Intel BOXD945GCLF2, an Atom 330 powered board with a single PCI slot and onboard gigabit NIC. An ample replacement for the aging Via board. I use Endian Read more…


On my home network I use NFS to access shares on my server. What right minded fella wouldn’t right? Well recently for some reason on boot up my desktop system would spew an error about the NFS start up. dmesg showed nothing so I turned to /var/log/messages for more detail Read more…


Not too long ago Comcast decided to play the DNS game with along with a bunch of other ISPs and DNS service providers. What do I mean and why would they do this? I will explain what that means in a moment, why is simple. It allows them to push Read more…


Since I built photon with new parts after the break-in here it has been running slamd64 12.2. This was a given since I prefer Slackware for my servers and it is basically 64bit Slackware. I needed 64 bit since I had 4 gigs of RAM and wanted to have it Read more…


I am so motivated to get my projects done… I found this game, I mean application to help me out. Not played it yet but it is installed and I hope to try it out soon. Warzone 2100 looks to be arather enjoyable game with low system requirements so all Read more…


I find my self in a small predicament. I have a network share on my server via NFS. This is where I store all my media such as anime and music so I can get to it from any of my computers. The slight catch is the kid uses Windows Read more…

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