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I was reluctant to go full time Linux because the financial program I use for my financial data was Quicken. I found Moneydance which has many of the features I am accustomed to with Quicken.
Only 2 of my PC's still have M$ XP. My Latitude D505 that was my gift for completing 2 years of Associate Degree, came with XP Pro installed plus M$ programming software, and M$ Office Suite 2005. The school gave me XP Home CD if my HDD ever becomes corrupted. Of course, I will lose all the programming...
Posted 01-29-2009 at 10:45 PM byrocket357 (Musings on technology, philosophy, and life in the corporate world)
Ok, so the company I work for has set a hard date for the release/launch of our new flagship product...June 1st.
This is interesting for a number of reasons. First, the 5.0 project has been in "under heavy development" status for a seriously long time now (late 2007 I joined the 5.0 team, which at that time was roughly 20% done. I later moved from that team to the reporting division, spent a year there and then moved to my current role as DBA). I figured the 5.0 project...
You may all! Call me a total Dummy. no prob!Did I remember to put in a wireless card in my desktop! Nope!But I did remember taking it out some time ago!The wireless router does not pick up, but a card should!!But Later! Have to pay the rent on caravan storage and then! Try to avoid being dragged around the shops!But I ditched Unbuntu! Later I will pop in to the local newsagents and grab a few linux mags. Play with the laptop and see how things go!
Posted 01-28-2009 at 04:22 PM byframp Updated 01-28-2009 at 04:26 PM byframp
Just in case somebody has network configuration problems. I wrote a script which analyzes the existing network config for common config errors and creates a log of a lot network config details of your system. This log is very helpful for everybody who tries to solve network problems.