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if your curious about opensolaris on the aspire one and have a live cd/usb ready then here is how to install it!
BOOT THE OPTION WITH VESA DRIVER OR IT WILL TAKE 123232323232323232323322323323232323232323232 YEARS TO GET A INSTALLER
after yo have bootedd into vesa mode then click on the installer and proceed like you normally would
then reboot by clicking on the button in the installer when finished and then boot normally
only 2009.06 works with all hardware!!!...
Well I've upgraded my server to Slackware64 and after the HDD in my Sony Vaio VGN-SZ320CP began making some inappropriate noises I installed Win 7 64bit and Slackware64-current.
Now, I'm sat at work behind a http_proxy trying to get ssh to connect to my server at home. I can connect using windows but not from a console in Slack. I can't research the ProxyCommand because, unsurprisingly, the proxy blocks access to corkscrew and won't let me download connect. Just so you know - I'm...
chrism01 was spot on with his response. One thing he did not address was acquiring the visitors MAC address (assuming the visitors are not on your LAN). You will need some sort of client side script (java script for example) to get that information. If you plan on having your users access the images directly as you indicated in your original post, this will not be possible. Also, visitors will be able to disallow client side scripting in their browser settings and even if they did not, keep in mind