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    (Original post by secretmessages)
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    When? :holmes:

    City Link have failed me today.
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    When? :holmes:

    City Link have failed me today.
    Next Tuesday and Friday.

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    HDD came!

    The guy apologised.
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    I couldn't find "Tech Society 2.0" on the list of society's. Is it OK for me to just post here, or is there some kind of bizarre initiation ceremony?

    Here are my geek credentials:

    I run Windows 7 x64 on my Desktop PC (AMD 955 BE, 4GB DDR3, MSI 79FX-GD70, ASUS 4870 1GB Glaciator, x1 Seagate 7200.12 500GB HDD).
    I've run a home network (albeit small). My server (AMD 240, 2GB DDR2, x1 500GB Seagate 7200.12 500GB HD, x1 Samsung F2 500GB HD, x1 160GB Hitatchi HD) run's Windows Server 2008 R2, and is currently a Domain Controller, DNS Server, a DHCP Server, and a WDS Server. It has in the past been an exchange server, although that was more of a learning exercise. It sometimes run's Debian 5.0 as a VM in Hyper-V, acting as a Squid Web Proxy Cache, although again, that was more of a learning exercise.

    I've got two Virtual Private Servers, (Each with 512MB ram, a a Xenon core and 15GB Disk Space). One run's Windows Server 2008 (Just about), and functions as a VPN Server. The other is a testing machine, which run's Debian 5.0 at the moment.

    I've had experience with Linux (Ubuntu, Debian, CentOS and some SuSE to be more precise), and windows (of course). I create website for customers (mostly running drupal). I can program in PHP Fairly well, and I know some VB.net, C# and C++. I run a computer repair service, although I am focusing on my AS Level's at the moment.



    That's all I can be bothered to write at the moment. You probably wont read it anyway
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    (Original post by JosephRedfern)
    I couldn't find "Tech Society 2.0" on the list of society's. Is it OK for me to just post here, or is there some kind of bizarre initiation ceremony?
    <snip unread stuff :p: >
    You could do some work on the tech wiki articles :teehee:
    Nah, jk

    Is 15GB not just a little on the slim side for a VPS? Especially one based on vista?
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    Evening JosephRedfern :hi:
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    (Original post by Chrosson)
    You could do some work on the tech wiki articles :teehee:
    Nah, jk

    Is 15GB not just a little on the slim side for a VPS? Especially one based on vista?
    The Windows VPS is pushing it a little! But, as it's only acting as a VPN Server it doesn't need much storage space. I'm looking for a beta tester or two, so If you're interested then PM me! It's based in the US, so it will let you watch American TV ^_^

    I might have a look at the Wiki articles once I've done my last exam (It's approaching fast!)


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    Evening JosephRedfern :hi:
    Hi there, Secretmessages!
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    (Original post by JosephRedfern)
    I couldn't find "Tech Society 2.0" on the list of society's. Is it OK for me to just post here, or is there some kind of bizarre initiation ceremony?

    Here are my geek credentials:

    I run Windows 7 x64 on my Desktop PC (AMD 955 BE, 4GB DDR3, MSI 79FX-GD70, ASUS 4870 1GB Glaciator, x1 Seagate 7200.12 500GB HDD).
    I've run a home network (albeit small). My server (AMD 240, 2GB DDR2, x1 500GB Seagate 7200.12 500GB HD, x1 Samsung F2 500GB HD, x1 160GB Hitatchi HD) run's Windows Server 2008 R2, and is currently a Domain Controller, DNS Server, a DHCP Server, and a WDS Server. It has in the past been an exchange server, although that was more of a learning exercise. It sometimes run's Debian 5.0 as a VM in Hyper-V, acting as a Squid Web Proxy Cache, although again, that was more of a learning exercise.

    I've got two Virtual Private Servers, (Each with 512MB ram, a a Xenon core and 15GB Disk Space). One run's Windows Server 2008 (Just about), and functions as a VPN Server. The other is a testing machine, which run's Debian 5.0 at the moment.

    I've had experience with Linux (Ubuntu, Debian, CentOS and some SuSE to be more precise), and windows (of course). I create website for customers (mostly running drupal). I can program in PHP Fairly well, and I know some VB.net, C# and C++. I run a computer repair service, although I am focusing on my AS Level's at the moment.



    That's all I can be bothered to write at the moment. You probably wont read it anyway
    Your geek credentials seem in order. :holmes:

    Welcome. :sexface: The Society you're looking for is The Technology Society. This is just our second thread, because we're a bunch of spammers very techy people. :awesome:
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    Your geek credentials seem in order. :holmes:

    Welcome. :sexface: The Society you're looking for is The Technology Society. This is just our second thread, because we're a bunch of spammers very techy people. :awesome:
    Ah - Good stuff. I requested to join that earlier.

    So, what's everyone's OS of choice?
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    (Original post by Mad Vlad)
    Your geek credentials seem in order. :holmes:

    Welcome. :sexface: The Society you're looking for is The Technology Society. This is just our second thread, because we're a bunch of spammers very techy people. :awesome:
    Fixed. :nutcase:

    In other news, I have a SUSE ASudio account. would it be useful for the wiki if I wrote up a wiki page about it as an appendage once I've written the SUSEStudio page (which I plan to do after the Ubuntu page is written up on Friday)?. Also, would it be a good idea to make the individual distro pages answer the same questions?
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    Holy **** - http://www.archive.org/details/Kinetic_Art_Demo_Video
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    Holy **** - http://www.archive.org/details/Kinetic_Art_Demo_Video
    Dissapointed, thought it was that Xbox thing.
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    Holy **** - http://www.archive.org/details/Kinetic_Art_Demo_Video
    Wow. I wonder how long it took to set that up!
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    (Original post by Tathrim)
    Fixed. :nutcase:

    In other news, I have a SUSE ASudio account. would it be useful for the wiki if I wrote up a wiki page about it as an appendage once I've written the SUSEStudio page (which I plan to do after the Ubuntu page is written up on Friday)?. Also, would it be a good idea to make the individual distro pages answer the same questions?
    I've got an AStudio account too - although I've not used. SuSE Isn't my distro of choice!
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    (Original post by JosephRedfern)
    Ah - Good stuff. I requested to join that earlier.

    So, what's everyone's OS of choice?
    Depends on what I'm doing.


    (Original post by Chrosson)
    Holy **** - http://www.archive.org/details/Kinetic_Art_Demo_Video
    That's excellent.
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    My first international match was ******* AMAZINg.

    Creating my blog soon!
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    My first international match was ******* AMAZINg.

    Creating my blog soon!
    Hey giran :awesome:
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    My first international match was ******* AMAZINg.

    Creating my blog soon!
    i saw your pic
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    I ordered a book today - "Foundation Rails 2". Anyone here done and Ruby programming - more specifically, ruby on rails?
 
 
 
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