Anything for home user and not the technical one??
gene.heskett at gmail.com
Mon Jul 26 22:57:03 UTC 2010
On Monday, July 26, 2010 06:47:17 pm Parshwa Murdia did opine:
> On Mon, Jul 26, 2010 at 8:56 AM, Gene Heskett <gene.heskett at gmail.com>
> > That was my view also.
> Oh really.
Really. I did have a history composed but I had sent something to a
printer, which ran out of paper, that put dbus-notifier at 100% cpu on one
core, so I went and refilled the paper drawer and got the last 2 pages. But
that didn't fix dbus-notifier, so I killed it. That took kmail with it, with
apparently no message saved, and killed x vs keyboard. Had to reboot,
2.6.35-rc6 didn't find any network, yadda yadda. I wound up doing a power
down and everything is back. Weirdsville.
The bottom line is the best kept secret in routers, an old x86 box, 2 or
more nics, no drives, keyboard or monitor, booting dd-wrt from a cf card in
an ide adapter. Set the admin's username & password to something John
can't find in a year or 10, sit back and relax. No one has gotten through
it that I did not first give them the username and password in about 3 years
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It seems to make an auto driver mad if he misses you.
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