I come to you today with a little bad news for you cross platform geeks who like nothing more then to slide from OS to OS , letting technology work for you. In the coming week(s) you’ll have to do without your daily dose of Knightwise.com articles as I’m gonna be out for the count a little while.
Last week I encountered some health issues. I wish I could say it was something trivial and there is nothing to worry about, but that would not be totally truthful. I’ve just spent a week in hospital and am packing up for another series of examinations and tests this afternoon. (and i’m not completely sure if they are gonna keep me overnight or if I get to go home afterwards). This last week has been pretty scary for both me and my family and we are not completely out of the woods yet. I’m a lucky man to have a fantastic wife and a loving family who are right behind me in all of this.
The thing is that although I feel fine ( Not to worry : Good old KW is still here ) I will have to take it slow for the next couple of weeks and focus on taking things slow and getting better. That means you have to go without me for a little while, both here and on the social-media-scape, but not to worry. When I’ll be back I’ll make a big stink and all of you will surely know about it. I’m not going anywhere :).
So bear with me as I ride this one out and let the docks apply the patches and do the hacking a little while … I’ll be fine and I’ll be back… So don’t worry if you don’t catch and new posts in your feeds, just stay subscribed.
See you Wiseguys Soon.
Its tinker time again as we swap out a spinning 4200 RPM harddrive from my 2.1 Macbook air and swap it out with a 60 gigabyte SSD Drive from Macsales.com. A good howto, some smart tips, a cameo from scotty and a speedrace. All of that and more in this weeks KWTV.
In this episode we give you some ideas and possibilities when it comes to building your own home Linux server. While putting an old clunker back to good use or using a VM, we give you tips and tricks on using the command line, CLI applications, web based interfaces remote desktop sessions or even terminal servers. Let technology work for you and build your own home linux server with this podcast as your loyal companion.
- What hardware to choose.
- What to consider.
- Dhcp. Dns etc.
- Command line applications
- Web based interfaces
- Graphical user interface
- Automate scripts with cron
This week we talk about the line of Zoogue products to keep your gadgets safe. We review the different Zoogue iPad cases, carry cases and accessories, how they look like and how they hold up the test of time.