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Category Archives: Linux
Outline for now. This is currently improcess, but I’ve made much more progress than shown below – I now have all but the data logging/graphing set up and everything autostarts with new systemd service files. Yay! Reinstall latest Arch following … Continue reading
This is just a stub of a future post regarding more progress in ditching MS Windows altogether. In a prior Windows-freedom post I covered my list of remaining programs that keeps me booting a virtual machine installation of Windows XP … Continue reading
One of my to-do list items for quite some time now has been to get my computer files organized and to set up automated backup and synchronization across my computing devices. I’d kept putting this one off because I wanted … Continue reading
After updating my Asus WL-520gU router to the latest version of the Tomato firmware (with OpenVPN support), I ran into a strange error. While trying to access the admin interface via https:, I got the following error in my Firefox … Continue reading
I was a very early user of the original PalmPilot device. Way back when I actually had the PalmPersonal syncing with my ’90s era Sun Microsystems SPARCstation 4 work calendar and email, etc. I eventually moved on to a Treo90 … Continue reading
In an earlier blog post I mentioned I was using Twinkle as a softphone client for my VOIP service from Galaxyvoice (GV). As I also mentioned in this entry I’ve now switched my netbook over to a Debian Linux. I’d … Continue reading
I’m a long time user of UNIX-based computers and have been using Linux exclusively for my primary computing for close to 10 years now. For the past couple of years Linux Mint has become my favorite distribution for desktop and … Continue reading
Our new credit union provides the capability to do on-line check deposits using an application called DeposZip. Of course, their web site only mentions support/instructions for Windows and MacOS, not Linux. Well, the application is actually server-hosted and uses a … Continue reading
My brother’s Win XP laptop died. He has limited computer needs, really just needs to use some web applications like Facebook, Yahoo mail, Hulu and Youtube. In the past he has had significant virus issues under Windows and I’ve been … Continue reading