Category Archives: Computer

iPad prevails

Just got a new iPad while the price came down a bit after its younger brother just got released last week. This blog is written using WordPress for iPad. One thing that is little bit annoying is that I already … Continue reading

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TrendNet Wifi on Beagleboard running Angstrom Linux

By default after every boot-up, Angstrom runs wpa_supplicant daemon which tries to use WPA instead of WEP regardless of configuration in /etc/network/interfaces, hence prevent us to use WEP as wifi encryption. We need to kill this daemon by executing: root@beagleboard:~# … Continue reading

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Various Embedded Systems

Sony Clie NX80V PDA (running Palm OS)The NX80V runs Palm OS 5.0 and has a 200 MHz XScale processor. It has 32 megs of RAM, 15.5 of which is available to the user. AT&T HTC 8125 SmartPhone Processor: 200 MHz … Continue reading

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Faster Gaming PC

What is the Fastest Gaming PC in this year? According to MaximumPC magazine, Alienware’s Aurora ALX is the winner, followed closely by Falcon’s Mach V. The Aurora is equipped with 2.6 GHz Athlon 64 FX-53 processor, ASUS A8V mobo, VIA … Continue reading

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Atheros Driver

Whereis my Atheros Driver?

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Variable Manipulation and Output

by John Coggeshall — John Coggeshall covers basic variable manipulation and output, including math operators and strings.

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Basic PHP Syntax

by John Coggeshall — John Coggeshall covers basic PHP syntax, including variable usage, variable types, and how to print variables to the web browser.

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Introduction to Socket Programming with PHP

by Daniel Solin — Daniel Solin uses a game analogy to show how PHP can be used to exchange data between two computers using network sockets.

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