SatNav - Check, well on me PDA
Climate Control - Check
Flux Capacitor - Umm, still working on that one
2001 51 Renault Clio 1.2 16v Dymanique+
My first car, its got every single gadget conceivable and I...
Updated a bit since I last posted, main workstation:
Main desktop, laptop and server
My MCE PC, thought it would just be a...
Theres no problems with running desktop parts, that way that I read it was that it would be used as a desktop machine also which was why I said...
The 2500+ will be overkill for what you want to do but its never too much, and I wouldn't recommend using a desktop as a server too.
Had one for about 2 months now, v.impressed with it on the whole and the lastest firmware update seems to have solved the battery issues.
Yup, got mine today too.
I would say that bondo would be the best way to fill the holes as there quite small any theres a lot of them, but it would involve painting.
Red CCFLs are mostly pinkish in colour, i'm yet to find one thats totally red (came close with sunbeam ones).
Yep, it definitely has holes.
Tried a mirror for cd4 ?
1. Never been contacted about it.
2. Don't think they're bothered unless you go crazy on bandwidth.
3. Not that i've come across/know about.
Been over two years, haven't posted that much though.
Or a packet shaping router. (expensive)
Or a linux router could be setup to perform packet shaping as well.
Should be :
The PAL tv standard is 720x576, and I think -H- means 640x480 res?, cos 640x800 would give a weird aspect ratio.
Yep, for proper web hosting you've got to use a linux/unix system (imho anyway). If you've got no experience then its a very steep learning curve.
Missed it to, thats what I get for not checking the forums for a few days I suppose :rolleyes: .
Ok, got you now. Firstly it shouldn't be a problem with having the server on the dmz so I say just wack it on there and set it up. I can't see why...
You've lost me here, I was presuming that this is a machine that you have setup at home, is this being hosted by a hosting company? If so then...
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