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great xmas

Posted 01-11-2013 at 08:52 PM by peonuser

Thought I managed to save 4 or 5 p1 systems, Two servers bit the dust (or at least one more did). Scavenged those machines and a couple of others while cleaning out the closet. Reclaimed items went to the parts closet.

Brother game me an android tablet for xmas. A whole new world in some ways. For the amount of swipes you do, you can easlity have just tuped in something from a command line....... Guess I will get used to it. Sure there are a lot of hacks for it, but I will wait a...
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Another P1 saved from slaughter.

Posted 12-21-2012 at 03:49 PM by peonuser

Managed to scrape enough parts together, to build another p1 computer. This time I installed tinycore instead of openbsd. .
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Legacy still lives.

Posted 12-19-2012 at 10:54 AM by peonuser

openbsd 5.2 seems to be an interesting choice for old pentium one computers.
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Yes, Virginia there are command line window managers.

Posted 11-01-2012 at 12:45 PM by peonuser

Two interesting command line window managers (no gui required) are dvtm and byobu.
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Pi projects expand.

Posted 10-29-2012 at 08:14 AM by peonuser

Found an image to allow the Raspberry Pi act as a thin client for ltsp. You do not have to put the arm arch on the server. X86 client runs in a virtual machine. Works fine with our U-10.04 ltsp server.

Found an Android image for the Raspberry Pi, but have not tested it.

Wanted to make a Raspberry Pi pc, but ran into legacy hardware problems.
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