Monthly Archives: March 2005

Computer Reuse Through Linux

One day I found a laptop dumped in recycle bin at my office. It is Toshiba Tecra 8100 with Pentium3 450 MHz, 64-MB RAM and 12 MB harddisk. It had Windows NT in it. I took it home, reformatted it … Continue reading

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Got Answer from one of the ‘Hacker’

A few weeks ago I modified an article about SHA-1 on http://www.wikipedia.org by adding a link to another page telling a brief biography about one of the SHA-1 hackers, a chinese researcher name Xiaoyun Wang. After a few minutes, somebody … Continue reading

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Rebuilding KDE made Easy!

After a few months not checking KDE website (www.kde.org), two days ago I revisited the site and found an interesting tool for KDE 3.3.2: Konstruct. The tool is easy to use and is designed to build (checking components and to … Continue reading

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