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This area contains some tutorials I have put together after testing this and that in my computer experiences. Each one will be explained and worked through so that you may understand it. Have a browse, have a read, have a play and, most importantly,
have a lot of fun!
An installation and configuration guide for FreeBSD. I now use FreeBSD for my server which acts as a NAS for all of my data and a media server for my TV. I have managed to add some pretty neat features such as a Time Capsule for my MacBook and a PVR for BBC iPlayer. This guide describes the FreeBSD installation, ZFS configuration and user-land software installation and configuration. I include all of my configuration files so that you can see how I have set it all up.
Latest: This is a configuration guide for openSUSE 11.1 which aimed at new and medium-skill users. This guide describes how to install, set up and configure your system to create an ideal desktop environment which is efficient and productive whilst being enjoyable to use. I hope that you find it a very thorough guide as it takes you through each stage step-by-step with plenty of screen shots.
Stop the Hotlinking of your images by following this worked example. I also highlight examples of people hotlinking my images as a demonstration as to how this solution works.
This page intends to outline the different ways in which SVG can be implemented in XHTML pages and the drawbacks associated with each method - namely IE. It should also validate correctly using the W3C Validator.
A Configuration Guide for openSUSE 10.3 aimed at new users. This guide describes how to setup your system to create the ideal desktop environment. It is a very thorough guide which takes you through each stage step-by-step.
A Configuration Guide for Windows XP aimed at frequent users. This guide describes how to setup your system to create an efficient and productive desktop environment. It is a very thorough guide which takes you through each stage step-by-step.