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The other day while at home, I was doing some surfing and needed to print some info. I was using Salix OS, a Slackware based distro, but made easier to use. So I begin to print and noticed nothing was coming out of the printer. Mind you I have an older Brother AIO which works fine under RPM and DEB file format distros, but for Salix/Slackware, I had to use the tarball format. So it can get a little tricky. I had the printer working for a few weeks up until this moment.
Saturday and Sunday night, me and the wife went to the St. Louis 'Big Muddy Blues Festival' downtown on the Mississippi Riverfront...I had a wonderful time and the one band was super good, they ended the night with a Howlin' Wolf's song, Shake it for Me.
This is held every September but the first time I've attended it. I'll keep an eye out for it next year. I guess its the last outdoor concert to end summer.
A couple of weeks ago i was given an old Compaq Presario PII 400mhz system with 90mb of memory and an 8gb hard drive. I decided to use the netinst Debian Sqeeze version. Everything works out the box except for the Aureal sound card, now this may be my biggest challenge for this system.
if anybody know anything about getting this Aureal built-in sound card working, I'm all ears? Any links or sites are welcome!
I started off installing Xorg along with Fluxbox just to...
I just finish getting this Clear Spot to work using my current Win XP desktop USB port. My next project will see how it works with Linux.
The Clear Spot is a 4G personal hotspot that lets you connect up to 8 wireless devices, everywhere you go in the Clear coverage area.
I had been using the On-the-Go USB wireless device but wasn't satisfied since it wouldn't work with Linux or PPC Macs, so I decided to switch for a home modem at first but noticed the hot spot router....