Overclocking RaspberryPi
17 Dec

Overclocking RaspberryPi

By default the processor in the Raspberry Pi runs at 700MHz, but it can be overclocked without voiding your warranty. Basically a processor is designed to do one job at time, be it retrieving something from RAM or adding to numbers together, its limited to one task. But when we’re using them the idea of […]

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A Linux Security Checklist
16 Dec

A Linux Security Checklist

I recently came across this article about securing yourself on a Linux machine – Security Checklist for Linux System. It’s equally true about Windows users as well: Keep the system updated with latest security patches Keep yourself updated with latest vulnerabilities through mailing lists, forums etc. Stop and disable unwanted services Use SUDO to limit […]

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From CMS To HTML
08 Dec

From CMS To HTML

As your can see for yourself I’ve rebuilt the site, again. I’ve code named this new iteration Alpe d’Huez, but it’s really version 8. So NxFIFTEEN Alpe d’Huez, what’s the point? I’ve washed my hands of CMS installations. I started blogging almost from day one and used WordPress 1.0 then at some point switched to […]

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