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Mascot

October 5, 2009 Tyler B 0

We decided that we should have a mascot for the site and for the experiment so we cooked one up this afternoon that we would […]

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We’re so popular!

September 29, 2009 Tyler B 0

Well, OK, not really. Today was the first time I actually went and took a look at the site statistics since we launched about 2 […]

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Programming on Linux

September 27, 2009 Tyler B 0

Now that school as resumed I am getting to spend a lot of time with my Linux install doing day to day productive tasks. The […]

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Armacycles Advanced

September 14, 2009 Tyler B 5

This afternoon Phil, Jon, Sasha and myself engaged in a little Tron-esque gameplay thanks to the awesome 3D recreation known as Armacycle Advanced or sometimes […]

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Alien, OpenPGP & Wine

September 6, 2009 Tyler B 0

Now that the horrors of installation and setup are a part of the past I have been spending my time delving deep into the desktop […]

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Fedora FAQ

September 5, 2009 Tyler B 0

I just wanted to quickly mention this awesome website, http://www.fedorafaq.org/. While it only covers up to Fedora 10 most of what it says is still completely accurate. It has helped me quick a bit get my system up and running, most recently allowing me to use Window’s fonts in Linux!

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The Fedora Megapost

September 3, 2009 Tyler B 4

Tyler B tries to install Fedora, get his ATi graphics card to work correctly, patches the kernel, enables Synaptics touchpad tap-click support and finally has everything working!

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Delivered!

August 28, 2009 Tyler B 0

My laptop has arrived and just in time for the start of the experiment! Now if only Sasha’s would ship…

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Get the most out of your battery

August 25, 2009 Tyler B 0

After reading this article on Slashdot I did some digging and found LessWatts.org a website designed to help you get the most out of your battery. Just thought I’d take a moment to point it out.

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Of filesystems and partitions

August 25, 2009 Tyler B 4

For a Windows or Mac user the filesystem is something they will probably never think about in their daily computing adventures. That is mostly because there really isn’t a choice in the matter. As a Windows user the only time I actually have to worry about the filesystem is when I’m formatting a USB drive. For my hard drives the choices are NTFS, NTFS, and.. oh yeah NTFS. My earliest recollection of what a filesystem is happened when my Windows 98 machine had crashed and I had to wait while the machine forced a filesystem check on the next start up. More recently FAT32 has gotten in my way with it’s 4GB file size limitation.