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Installing Linux on Acer Aspire One Cloudbook

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So, if you’re like me, you bought this cloudbook out of necessity. It’s cheap and seems to do the trick. I failed and bought the 32GB SSD version. Which means that Windows 10 eats up a HUGE chunk of the disk storage by merely existing.

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Updating the Backup Scripts

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So, it’s been awhile since I actually looked at the code for my Backup Scripts.. I had been using them religiously for quite some time, but when I got rid of the server cluster that I had, I stopped using them.

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Adding on to backup bash scripts

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So, ages ago, I wrote up a couple of bash scripts that automated the backup process on a server. It’s all text based, so you’d have to be logged into a terminal or be ssh’d into the box.

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Apple Wireless Keyboard [Review]

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I bought this keyboard on Christmas Day 2013, off Amazon. It was delivered on January 2nd. Considering the Holidays, that’s pretty good. So, first thing I noticed with this keyboard is the size. It’s literally the same keyboard you get with a Macbook or Macbook Pro. I actually lined it up with my Macbook keyboard and it’s exactly the same.

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The case of the MacBook LCD issue.

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So, My wife’s uncle gave me a Macbook of his that worked, but the LCD panel was not working, or so I thought. I proceeded to do a full tear down on it, attempting to locate the problem, having found what I thought the issue was, a pinched display cable (which turned out to be incorrect). I took the macbook to the Apple store to see if they could assist, granted the macbook wasn’t in one piece anymore. The Apple rep explained, because I had taken the whole laptop apart, they were unable to service it and suggested I take the computer to the MacStore. Which I happily did, in hopes they would solve my problem.

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Open Source, Why it’s good for business.

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There has been a lot of buzz recently about Windows XP’s End of Life next year, and a lot of people think of Hackers when they think of, or hear about Linux. What a lot of people fail to understand is, not all hackers are bad, the primary definition of a hacker is, “An enthusiastic and skillful computer programmer or user.”

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