Saturday, November 28th, 2009 at
Friday, May 9th, 2008 at
So you want to do something nice for your mother on the glorified Mothers Day holiday? Flowers are always an easy, unthoughtful gift. Why not step outside the box and create mom something really cool? Theres an awesome guide on creating a digital picture frame from an old laptop computer running Linux.
The author of the guide explains how he bought a 500Mhz PIII processor, with 128MB of ram, a 4GB hard drive and a wireless card for $75. He then installed Damn Small Linux and went to work configuring some scripts to automatically perform some tasks. Finally, he shows how he reconstructed the laptop to fit the look of an actual picture frame by taking away pieces of it.
What’s really neat about this idea is if you can set up an internet connection on it, you could essentially configure it so you can remotely update it via SCP or RSYNC with pictures from anywhere so your Mom can always be up to date with pictures from you.
Thursday, November 30th, 2006 at
It’s almost that time of year again. The time where we all sit by the fire and enjoy a nice cup of eggnog while cuddled under a fleece blanket reading our favorite books, waiting for Santa Clause to come down our chimney and deliver us gifts. So, if your a Microsoft Windows user or administrator, or you know someone who is, this list of 10 Windows books to buy for Christmas is just for you..
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Monday, November 27th, 2006 at
If your looking for an easy Christmas gift to get your geeky friend or spouse, take a look at the following 10 Linux books that I think every Linux enthusiast should own.
These Linux Books have helped me in my understanding of the operating system, I hope they help you too.
Merry reading, shopping, and Christmas!