September 30, 2004
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September 15, 2004
Slashdot | Wind Power Falls Under $0.01/kwh: "all. If you have a use for the heat you can make the process of combustion highly efficient. For example, you could use the heat to distill water or something. Thermoelectric generation of electricity is even less cost-effective than fuel cells from what I can tell so that wouldn't be much help. "
September 14, 2004
September 09, 2004
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September 07, 2004
VideoHelp.com Forum Archive - Quick DVD Backup Using a Dazzle DVC 150: "appeared useless and I was getting nowhere. Every disk I produced looked terrible and took for ever to produce, if they produced at all. I should point out that I am not copying DVDs. I am transferring the video from Laser Discs and from VHS tapes. However, I have had one big hangup with this method. The Elecard File Source simply does not work for me. The end result is always only the information from the first file in the list. Has anyone experienced this?"
September 03, 2004
FedoraNEWS.ORG: "2004-02-15 Fedora Tips 44: Here's how to get a 8in1 USB card reader to work with Fedora Core 1 - one that uses multiple LUNs for the different media: 1. Add 'max_scsi_luns=6' to the kernel paramaters in /etc/grub.conf 2. Add 'options scsi_mod max_scsi_luns=6' to /etc/modules.conf Reboot so the new kernel options take effect. When you plug in the USB card reader, you can use the right mouse button on the root window to get a popup menu with a submenu 'drives' that contains entries like 'memstick', 'memstick1', 'memstick2', etc. After you picked one of them, it will be mounted and a new icon appears on your desktop. - submitted by Sven Neuhaus"
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