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Tag: Tutorial

  • sh: uncompress: command not found

    If you are uncompressing a program from a .bin file and you are working with a freshly installed Linux distro, you might receive the following error – sh: uncompress: command not found. This error might be a result of either the gunzip program is not installed on your system, or a proper link association with […]

  • How to mount and unmount a hard drive in Linux?

    I lease multiple Linux servers. One of them has multiple hard drives installed in it. After asking the data center to reload the OS on it, the staff did not mounted the second drive. Surprisingly it is extremely easy for anyone with a root access to mount a hard drive on a Linux-based system. Here […]

  • My XBOX 360 is kaput!

    My XBOX 360 is kaput! It’s at the point where it won’t even turn on. Well, it does, but it immediately powers off everything but the Red Ring of Death (RRoD). It sucks. I have been having some issue with the Xbox for some time know. Recently I wrote about how I was experiencing some […]

  • Firefox and DNS prefetching

    Firefox and DNS prefetching – I read about this being a feature in Google Chrome, but I wasn’t sure if it was, yet, a feature of Firefox. It is in Ff 3.5. Here you can find a list of the new features in Firefox 3.5. What is DNS prefetching? – It is the process of […]

  • XBox 360 no video, only audio

    Over the weekend I had some lack of video from my XBox360. Nothing that some heat couldn’t fix. Apparently most problems with the Xbox360 are fixed by that which kills PCs – heat. I have an XBox360, which is one of those that was born with bugs and “genetic” issue – meaning an early version […]

  • Migrating HLDS Linux server from WON to STEAM.

    I found this tutorial in my back-ups from the old Clan MP website I had designed. This tutorial I wrote shortly after Valve released the Half-Life Steam Dedicated Server, but it never made it to the new web site. Now I am including it on my web site, simply because it is a more appropriate […]