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                SECURITY     MICROSOFT     HARDWARE     OPEN-SOURCE    

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Linux :


Linux Installs :

  • Ubuntu Install Notes (2009-2011)
    (Description of installs on several of my computers, including 'netbooks'. Also, description and screenshots of partitioning a hard drive while overlaying a previous Linux install.)

  • Linux Mint Install Notes (2011 Nov, 2012 Jun)
    (Description of install on two Acer AO722 11.6" netbook computers --- including description of solving a Broadcom wireless connection problem --- and installing the 'semi-rolling' LMDE distro.)

  • Linux UEFI Install Notes (Preliminary) (2013)
    (Description of a 'Live' install of Linux Mint Debian Edition on an Acer netbook with Windows 8 pre-installed with 'secure boot'.)


Trouble-shooting on Linux :


Finishing Touches to Linux Installs :


Adding Apps to Old Linux Installs :


Linux Notes/Guides :

  • Linux Guides (of Others) for Applications, SysAdmin, and Programming
    (an archive of PDFs, links, config file images)

  • my Linux notes/guides on

    • Gnome desktop and Nautilus file manager issues
    • on Image Creation-Editing utilities (especially 'mtpaint')
    • on 3D viewers, converters, and test/demo files,
    • on Audio-Video Editing utilities,
    • on CD-DVD utilities, etc. etc.

    (For more image processing utilities, see the Handy Shell Scripts above.)


Audio/Video Topics :


Special Topics :


Linux Q and A :

  • Linux Questions-and-Answers --- grouped into about 40 categories --- such as Audio , ... , Backups, ... , monitor-Display , ... , Installs (of Linux) , ... , Security , ... , System-Admin , ... , Video , ... , Web Server , ...


Special Linux Install Topics :     (outdated now, but perhaps still instructive)

Web Development :

  • a collection of web page templates. Examples:

    • a basic web page of several blocks of text and a few decorative images --- blog-like
    • a basic web page of photos, medium-res, down the page, with links to original or higher-res photos/scans
    • a web page of a table of thumbnails (6 per row), with thumbnail-links to larger photos
    • a web page of a table with 2 columns, suitable to record runs and run-times, OR stocks and dividend info, OR stocks and exec compensation, OR ...
    • a web page of a table with 3 columns
    • a web page of a table with 4 columns
    • web pages with a Table of Contents pointing to content sections in the lower part of the page (the content could be groups of links, groups of photos, text blocks)
    • a web page with a Table of Contents (TOC) pointing to content on a separate web page for each TOC line-item
  • Also see the HTML-generating scripts via the Handy Shell Scripts page of the Linux section, above.

  • colors for web pages

  • demo pages of 'seamless tiles' for web pages

  • decorative images for web pages - 'decopics'
    (1) animated images and (2) still images

  • How-To put nice math expressions in web pages
    using 'MathJax' (and 'MathML')

Computer PERFORMANCE :   (irrespective of operating system)

Desktop Decoration :   (for any OS - Linux, Apple, Microsoft, ...)

Tcl-Tk :

Computer SECURITY :

  • collected SPAM (bad mail) (esp. 'bad' IP addresses and ranges)

  • 'good-mail' addresses ('good' IP addresses and ranges) - someday?

  • IP addresses (ranges) TO ALLOW (white-list candidates) - someday?

  • IP addresses (ranges) TO DENY (black-list candidates) - someday?

    It would help if the organizations that assign internet addresses would
    assign a range/block of addresses --- esp. with the new IPv6 addresses ---
    to each country, in proportion to their population. This would make it much,
    much easier for people/banks/governments/DNS/routers to block entire countries ---
    either temporarily (in case of emergency) or permanently (if no contact
    is needed/wanted with a country).

MICROSOFT (ugh) Notes :

Computer HARDWARE notes :

Digital Cameras:

Smart Phones:

TV-Video-Audio alternatives to cable TV:

  • Roku usage info to help access video and audio content via the internet
    --- and TRY to avoid cable-TV/channel commercials that are growing like cancer.
    (The Roku 'box' is a micro-computer.)

Network devices:

OPEN SOURCE CODE pages :

  • Open Code Archive --- to provide access to code that was once available on the internet but may be hard to find now.

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about ten different computer-topics are
here on the home page of this site.

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Page was created 2007 Feb 12.
Page was changed 2015 Sep 19.
Page was changed 2017 Apr 14. (Added 'Windows10 Bloatware Removal' link.)
Page was changed 2017 May 26. (Added 'When Gnome2-Nautilus Fails to Start' link.)
Page was changed 2017 Jun 02. (Added 'Disk Partition Checking/Recovery with 'fsck'.)
Page was changed 2017 Sep 09. (Changed a fonts page link.)
Page was changed 2017 Sep 18. (Changed a handy-scripts link.)