...because I just bought a license for this software, even though I don't yet own any Macs.
Thing is I'm looking forward to going on a trip soon, and I'm very likely going to take my work laptop with me. I hopefully have it sufficiently tweaked so I can do work while on holidays
And, I decided that I should also look at what things I would like on it to fit my non-work needs.
The only other two areas that are probably missing from things are MSMoney and stuff related to digital photography.
Pages: 1· 2
It bugged me that my Red Hat Linux 7.3 machine would correctly transition into DST next year, but my SuSE 9.3 machine wouldn't. And, I have all the current patches for both machines (the RH7.3 machine being terminal EOL at the end of this year).
I don't want to upgrade the machine, because other than this....it is working fine, and the last time I upgraded it caused major disruption to my home network. And, it makes it rather hard to recover without network access.
Anyways, as I was googling around....looking for how to 'build' the timezone change. I concluded that I needed to create input files and use 'zic'. Too bad there isn't an 'unzic'... So, what I found was a location to get the 'zic' input files.
Now takes care of that issue with box, so there'll be no worries or need to disrupt things. Now I wonder how zoneinfo files will get updated on my ReplayTVs?
Pages: 1· 2
Today I have learned that my friend Ann Minton had lost her battle with cancer on Tuesday
She requested that contributions be considered for:
The Wellness Community of Greater Columbus
5500 Frantz Road Suite 115
Dublin, Ohio 43017
Looking around, I made an online donation in her memory to The Wellness Community National.....
One thing I've missed since making the switch from my T-Mobile BlackBerry 7100t to my Sprint BlackBerry 8703e, is being able to use it as a modem.
So, I've been trying to do this...but so far not much luck. And since I now use a MacBookPro, I've been trying to do it both as a USB tethered and via Bluetooth.
But, now using this...I have the ability to connect to the Internet should I find myself somewhere without regular connectivity.
Did a quick mobile speed test, and clocked a respectible 56kbps.
Just need to figure out where I'm going to put the proxy server piece and then I'll have the option of getting online when I travel over the holidays.
I might even get better speed when I travel....Sprint's network isn't all that great around Manhattan, KS. Probably worse, given that I'm at work...where I'm not on their network at all.
Latest Poopli Updaters -- http://lkc.me/poop
|<< <||> >>|
freebsd box appletv progressive upgrade amazon.com ubuntu cpap «hd movie» migration dsl «doctor who» «air purifier» woot boinc mdadm usb tv «watch instantly» b2evolution backuppc «tivo hd» ups netflix prescription virtualbox «windows xp» staples «sans digital» 10.04lts raid1 «instant streaming» dvd eyeglasses twitter linux «windows 7» cox «chicago tardis» cfengine3 tardis «amazon prime» tivo zen lhaven ebay «powersource 400» raid orac replaytv