Monthly Archives: July 2012

Presenting Ubuntu 12.04 LTS

The first package I always install on a Ubuntu system is the OpenSSH server: $ sudo apt-get install openssh-server Doing that lets me ssh over to the new system. I can also scp the “virgin install” screenshot. Here it is:

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Ubuntu Linux on an HP RP5700

I recently had the opportunity to purchase four (4) HP RP5700 systems at $20 each. I’m not entirely sure what I’ll do with the others, but I’m installing Ubuntu Linux on one of them. Here are some notes along the … Continue reading

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Audio Editors

One of the things I do every week is turn a recording of my sermon for the week into a podcast. (Find them here and in these archives.) That’s a pretty complicated process, so some people just upload the audio … Continue reading

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Fifth Moon of Pluto

They say that Pluto isn’t a planet any more, but I’m not convinced. (If you come from New Mexico, that would be treason.) As may be. Whatever it is, Pluto’s got moons. I knew about Charon, but now they’ve discovered … Continue reading

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