Update on the LAMP server and ZoneMinder
I have documented this project on my gardening blog.
Would love for you to visit. Continue reading →
I am in search of a motion activated camera that I can use on my 9’x5′ deck. I am growing a number of plants specifically for humming birds, and have a small bird bath. I would like to capture pictures of the birds as they come to the deck, without being out there.
I have a Debian Linux server that I can use to run the camera. I would like to have a camera that was wireless, motion sensitive, and able to do video, but still would work well.
I don’t suppose anyone may have an idea for me. Of course the least expensive the best.
Guild missions have been released. Here is a very quick summary:
(info taken from → http://dulfy.net/2013/02/26/gw2-guild-missions-guide/ – links maintained ) Continue reading →
As a new Linux user I am trying to try the different interfaces. Now I have to preface this with the fact that I am using Fedora 13 now, due to the limitations of the computer I have installed Linux on. Continue reading →
So as I travel the road of Linux I am struck by the fact my very old (2003) Del laptop is just not up to running any of the newer Fedora versions. I certainly could try a different distribution of Linux, but as my class is using Fedora, I will stick to that. Continue reading →
Upgrading Fedora 13 has been a bit of a challenge, and complicated. I referenced multiple websites and they had instructions for it. By the time I was done, the one that seemed to work for me was http://www.howtoforge.com/how-to-upgrade-from-fedora-13-to-fedora-14-desktop-and-server . Continue reading →
Replaced Windows with Fedora Linux
Installed Kernal: 18.104.22.168-85.fc13.i686.PAE Continue reading →
So I am taking a Linux class. The book I am using does not have an answer guide to the review questions. Although If I want to pay the same amount I did for the book I could get the answers from another website. Continue reading →
Tucked away in a small business park, on the first floor, and taking up maybe the space of a small business, is the most fascinating, engaging, informative, coolest and so many more, museum. It is a museum for geeks, nerds, and the down right aficionado of the computer world. It makes the geek just go “squee” and is still interesting for kids. Continue reading →