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Not Changes Again?!?!

Posted 04-04-2009 at 05:50 AM by brianL

Yes, Debian's back on my laptop. But "lenny" this time. I've decided to have two contrasting stable distros: Slack 12.2 and "lenny", and I've got room for two more, which will be more cutting-edge, unstable, "Oh ****, what's happened now!?", types. I was thinking of, maybe, Arch and Fedora? Not sure yet.
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Test

Posted 04-03-2009 at 11:34 PM by joutlancpa

Blog.
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Very strange

Posted 04-02-2009 at 05:00 PM by uinseann

I have just been trying my Geniatech dvb usb stick with "me-tv". The picture is very jerky, annoyingly jerky. Strange thing though; If I record a few minutes, just to test it, the playback is smooth, but the brightness is up.

kaffeine works perfect?
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problem with lancard

Posted 04-02-2009 at 01:45 PM by anispasha786

well, i will connect throught modem i have broadband connection,
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Weather Satellites

Posted 04-02-2009 at 10:29 AM by uinseann

A few years ago now, I bought a Bearcat hand held scanner for listening to radio hams etc. While scanning in the 135mhz band, I came across a noise rather like a clock ticking and a faint bell sound.I couldn't work out what it was so I bought a book with all the frequencies in. It turned out I was hearing NOAA sun synchronous Weather satellites.

I only ever heard these signals rarely, just by chance, because they had to be very close before you could pick them up, and at the time...
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