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Introduction to Linux - A Hands on Guide
This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter.
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Acquired the otg cable from Frys. Under ten dollars. Had to go through 4 people and a manager to finally get it. Real bummer. Feel like I was fried. Like the place but some of the people need to learn the words I do not know, but I will get someone who can. Cable ended up beingin the first department to begin with. Learn your merchandise Fry clerks. Went back today and got a backup cable in case they disappear again.
Had to make some ethernet cables. Always try to keep plenty of extra...
Spent some time with the Nexus 7. Used the Kipkay trick for the Ipod to increase the volume on the Nexus 7. Cool. Need to get a cable to hook up external items.Tried on hack but it was a jimmyrig. Now I need the real thing.
Installed Slackware 14 on a P1!!
Using the Raspberry Pi with motion for security tests.