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Friday, July 14, 2006


I finally got the cabling setup so I can wire my new server rack at home. It's an old PPro-200 box with 18gb of disk, but it will be nice to have a dedicated personal Linux box available that I can use for network testing and remote access. I am planning to install Fedora on it, since I can do remote VNC installs on that. I was going to use Ubuntu on it, but it doesn't seem to support the remote VNC client install method.

When I can get the spare change to install another hard drive, I plan on trying out Ubuntu on my personal PC. Windows is a bad habit I need to kick :-)

News for 07/14/2006

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January 17, 2007: Flash Player 9 for Linux
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