Posts Tagged ‘disk’
The following are the steps I took to get my raspberry pi set up for development. I like to keep wires to a minimum, so by the end of this you should be able to plug your rPi into an outlet somewhere and connect to it remotely via ssh. (more...)
I may be incorrect but that looks like an Arduino board and he's just sending seek commands to the drives, in a specific way, to make the different tones.
A new Guardian column, "My new Ubuntu-flavoured ThinkPad is computing heaven," describes the miraculously drama-free life I've discovered by buying ThinkPads with extended warranties and running the Ubuntu flavor of GNU/Linux on them..." The problem with writing about switching to Ubuntu is that there's very little to report on, because it is [...]
Andrew "bunnie" Huang, who literally wrote the book on hacking Xboxes, was to be a witness in last week's first-of-its-kind trial for Xbox modding. However, the government prosecutor bungled his case so badly that he was forced to withdraw the charge and walk away, leaving the defendant unscathed. However, Bunnie had already prepared an [...]