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Posted 08-12-2011 at 12:37 PM byrocket357 (Musings on technology, philosophy, and life in the corporate world)
Some years ago I happened upon an uncomfortable truth regarding source code. I happened to be programming in an interpreted language (the only language I knew when I was 8 years old), and I made the unfortunate realization that without the interpreter, my code was useless. Somehow that seemed disheartening to me, so I vowed I would learn everything there was to know about computers. I vowed that I would understand the machine.
I didn't really know where to turn (I didn't have any...
i have 2 systems, in one system i installed Linux operating system and another system i installed xp operating system. i wants to take Linux system remotely through xp but it wont come? i allowed remote session on Linux and xp still its not coming. what i have to do?
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...