Andy

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Name: Andy
Date registered: August 16, 2011

Latest posts

  1. Windows 3D Pinball on 7, 8, & 10 — July 29, 2015
  2. Can’t watch Netflix! Comcast disrupting connection? — January 2, 2014
  3. Setting Up Automatic Remote Backups With rsync — December 19, 2013
  4. Battlefield 4 PC Review — November 6, 2013
  5. Setup A Minecraft Pocket Edition Dedicated Server — November 1, 2013

Most commented posts

  1. Install CyanogenMod 10.1 onto HTC Evo V — 22 comments
  2. Can’t watch Netflix! Comcast disrupting connection? — 14 comments
  3. Setup A Minecraft Pocket Edition Dedicated Server — 13 comments
  4. Link2SD – Upgrading Your SD Card — 13 comments
  5. How To Root The HTC Evo V For Virgin Mobile — 7 comments

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Jul 29 2015

Windows 3D Pinball on 7, 8, & 10

We all remember the good old times when the bundled games that came with an operating system were actually worth playing. Solitaire, Minesweeper, and my personal favorite, Pinball. Unfortunately a lot of these are missing from today’s operating systems. Most require an additional download or even cost a few dollars to get full access to. …

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Jan 02 2014

Can’t watch Netflix! Comcast disrupting connection?

There are many online content providers, from Google Play to Amazon Prime. However, the one with the best content selection for the price is still Netflix. Netflix is an amazing service, especially considering the price. Unfortunately I can only fully utilize this service if my internet connection can support it. Now ideally, I pay my …

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Dec 19 2013

Setting Up Automatic Remote Backups With rsync

Keeping up to date backups is very important when dealing with any type of online server. One can never predict when a hard drive will fail, a file system gets corrupt, or even when mother nature will ruin your day. Thus the reason to keep not only an on-site backup but a remote duplicate in …

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Nov 06 2013

Battlefield 4 PC Review

On October 29, 2013, DICE released their latest addition to the Battlefield series of first person shooter video games; Battlefield 4. I personally played the public beta in early October and I have to say, I wasn’t impressed. The game came heavy with bugs, hindering the ability to enjoy playing the game. I also didn’t …

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Nov 01 2013

Setup A Minecraft Pocket Edition Dedicated Server

Minecraft is awesome, we all know that. For the most part the game has been played on the PC and recently been developed to work on the xBox. Even more recently Mojang has developed pocket editions of this great game. Android and iOS users can now download Minecraft – Pocket Edition that runs on their …

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Oct 11 2013

Feed The Beast: Ultimate – Automatic Peat Farm

I’ve come to the conclusion that I just haven’t been producing as much video game content as I would like to. I play video games every day but I never share any of it with my readers. Well, to day that changes. Today I’m going to show you my little peat farm that I have …

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Oct 10 2013

Greenify – Keep Background Android Apps Under Control

Android is a great operating system with so many powerful applications that expand its possibilities. The only downside to this large array of applications is that many of them are written in a way where they are always running in the background of your phone. As much as I like having the Facebook app on …

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Aug 23 2013

VolumeDrive Down | August 2013

UPDATES AT BOTTOM OF POST I have been using a VPS from VolumeDrive for quite some time now. To be honest, I don’t know why I still have it. I have reviewed VolumeDrive before and the review was mostly positive but it seems that all the trouble I am having just isn’t worth the price. …

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Aug 13 2013

Clear Home Internet – First Impression

I had finally had enough with my current AT&T connection, it was far too unreliable and plain old slow to even use. Plus, they didn’t offer anything better than their lowest tier in my area. A lousy 0.77kB/s just was not enough. Due to this, I though I would try getting twice the speed for …

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Jun 17 2013

Facebook Implements Hashtags

Facebook recently announced their implementation of hashtags. They have begun to implement the use of hashtags in status updates for select users and soon plan to allow every user to have access to the feature. hashtags will allow users to tag their posts and search for similar posts that share the same hashtags.

Jun 11 2013

Monitor And Control DD-WRT Internet Access From Any Android Device

DD-WRT is amazing. Android is amazing. Combine the two and you get an awesome app that allows you to remotely monitor and view the Internet access on your network, WRTGate from the Google Play market allows users to connect to their router and view live graphs of all the devices on their network that are …

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May 25 2013

Attach a RAW Hard Drive to an ESXi Guest

I’m always thinking about my servers and how I can either condense them, learn something new from them, or simply mess around with them. Well, recently I discovered just now easy it can be to connect a hard disk directly to an ESXi guest allowing the virtual machine to directly access the information on the …

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May 08 2013

Crashplan Review With Central Backup

Crashplan is a paid service that offers an easy means of creating an off site backup of your computer(s). For a monthly fee you can purchase different levels of storage. They have one small plan and then two more unlimited plans that allow you to either back to one computer or a few depending on …

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Apr 30 2013

My Favorite Linux Command Line Programs

I am fairly new to managing a Linux server but I am learning more and more every day. As I learn I thought that you could learn along with me! Today I have for you a list of awesome Linux tools that I use everyday to help me keep on eye on my servers. What …

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Feb 23 2013

Hotmail Suffers Extra Long Outage – Microsoft Fails To Acknowledge Feb 2013

It’s one thing to have downtime. It happens to everyone, sometime something just goes wrong and fail and there is nothing you can do about it other than get to work and try to fix the problem. In addition it is your responsibility to keep users up to date as to why they can’t access …

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