The WD TV can be placed on a network via an unofficial firmware upgrade available from B-RAD. The souped-up firmware apparently allows one to plug USB ethernet sticks (I've had one of those lying around in my desk drawer for years) into the WD TV and mounts its connected drive(s) onto the network -- among … Continue reading Can the WD TV be networkable with firmware upgrade?
I'm giving away "SUSE Linux" by Chris Brown, a book I reviewed here at ComeAcross. It's the first edition of the book, published in July, 2006, and it's about 430 pages. It covers pretty much everything you'd like to know about SUSE Linux. I encourage you to read my review to see if you're interested. … Continue reading Book giveaway: SUSE Linux by Chris Brown
Here's the good stuff: Want to watch cheese mature? A company in England wanted to show the process and time involved in making good cheese, so they installed a web cam next to aging cheddar. That hunk of cheese has now become an Internet star. Escape the Meatrix! Watch this movie to find out what … Continue reading Condensed knowledge for 2007-05-06
Have you been itching to try Suse Linux but didn't know how to get started? Okay, I confess: I know I have. I tried installing Suse once several months ago, then chickened out of using it. (Just FYI, the installation went just fine.) Not sure why, but Suse looks a little more intimidating than Ubuntu, … Continue reading Suse Linux by Chris Brown