Keeping Your License Key Safe

When you buy a new computer, unless it has a free operating system such as Linux, there is usually a Windows license key sticker attached. For most desktop computers, the sticker is located on the outside of the case. However on laptops, the sticker is usually on the bottom. This can cause a problem if the computer is used as a "lap top" computer. The friction on the bottom of the laptop can rub off the information on the license key sticker.

Asterisk Fun with Linux Kernel Update

I love open source software. There are sometimes though when it will drive me crazy.

One of those crazy days was today! While doing what seemed to be an innocent aptitude update on an Ubuntu server running Asterisk, upon reboot I realized that the linux kernel was updated (which usually isn't too big of a deal). However when Asterisk started, I noticed Dahdi was not loading, and that's bad! The Asterisk server can run without it but there are some parts that break without Dahdi, such as MeetMe conferences, hardware TDM cards, etc.

I'll Be Back!

Wow, its amazing how hard it can be to squeeze time into your day to create new blog entries. Its amazing how busy you can get and days turn into weeks, and weeks into months without a new blog entry. I will have some new things to write about very soon, so stay tuned.

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Can you setup my new computer?

Ahhh Christmas! Its the most wonderful time of the year, especially for those who get a new computer, or laptop under the tree.

I get a lot of requests to help setup new computers this time of year.

If you need your computer setup, give me a call at 812-618-0621 and we can schedule an appointment to get you setup.

Also check out my company's website at http://www.neighborhoodca.com

Merry Christmas

I just wanted to wish all of my website visitors a very Merry Christmas and a happy new year!

I'm starting a new forum on this website to provide a growing wealth of knowledge freely available to anyone.

Stay tuned and check back often for updates.

For now; Merry Christmas!

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