Monday, April 21. 2008
Luckily I read
this article before buying the EeePC 900. If it really going to include Intel-Atom and built-in HSDPA module in Q3 2008. I better to stick with my current EeePC 701.
If the price of the next version is reasonable, than can have a better configuration. Otherwise, go back for a 900 and hopefully the price will be lowered
Friday, April 18. 2008
Yesterday when I lookup my backup disks, I found an archive containing some AsciiArt collected 10 years ago during my school life.
Digital media changes a lot during recent 10 years, from a simple picture/graphic, to MP3, to Mpeg4 ...etc but those AsciiArts still looks beautiful and attractive.
This piece is the one that I love very much, it was once my ".project" content in the unix days ......
Continue reading "The Rose"
Tuesday, April 15. 2008
Oh ... While I still thinking what can I do with my EeePC 701. The 2nd generation EeePC 900 will be available in HK the coming weekend. It contain 20G SSDHD, 1G RAM, 8.9" 1024x600 LCD, the price is HK$3998 ($1000 more than EeePC 701), seems attractive.
PCM has a quick review on it:
Tuesday, April 15. 2008
每次清明回鄉祭祖, 都是一大伙親戚開車去的. 所以雖然我知道祖墳所在地的名稱, 但究竟它在東西南北那一方卻完全沒有概念.
幸而, 現今科技發達, 用一個
小小的裝置便能定位, 再加上 Google Earth 這類免費軟件, 連周圍的地型及地標均一目了然. Continue reading "清明祭祖"
Monday, March 31. 2008
After a unreasonably long download time. I finially got the EeePC SDK from ASUS.
I installed the Xandros-OC Desktop to a VM created by VirtualBox with 4G disk space:
Continue reading "Asus EeePC SDK"
Saturday, March 22. 2008
Although we can add the Codec to the build-in media player to play RV9 format, some real-media files still cannot play with the build-in player. Therefore, I installed the RealPlayer 10 for Linux.
However, the realplayer start with segmentation fault.
Continue reading "RealPlayer 10 for Linux"
Saturday, February 2. 2008
Today Alan report there are large amount of spam mails redirect from HKSTP mailing lists. However, the current RBL could not filter out. Alan suggest temporary block all emails forward from those HKSTP mailing lists.
After search google for a while, the build-in Content and Header filter of postfix seems suit for this emergency yet temporary filtering.
Monday, October 22. 2007
Open "System > Administration > Language Support", and choose the following:
Then edit file "/etc/scim/global":
/SupportedUnicodeLocales = en_US.UTF-8,en_HK.UTF-8