Category: Computing

New system up & running!

[divider]Video Description[/divider] Combobulated is the keyword (is that even a word?) At any rate, this is a system I pulled together from bits and pieces and a CPU which was sent to me from Hong Kong. The CPU is a E8400, socket 775. Motherboard? Asus Maximus Extreme, see: http://k0nsl.org/bag/hardware/Asus_Maximus_Extreme/ Cooling? It’s passively cooled by a

The E8400 Finally Arrived

My Core™2 Duo Processor E8400 finally arrived from Hong Kong today. It cost me less than $19 altogether. And I already have a board for it – my Asus Maximus Extreme. A board I have never even used. It’s in mint condition. I’m not exactly sure what use I will have for it at the

Fix AMD Mouse Corruption

This is only a temporary fix for the dreaded “AMD Mouse Corruption”-issue, not a final solution by any means. If all the other solutions has failed, such as re-flashing your card with another BIOS, or whatever else you may have tried, then perhaps this will be of benefit for you. It’s just a simple solution

My Next “Big Upgrade”..

I am almost 100% decided on the next upgrade for the box, which will be used mainly for gaming and a bit of development work, decided to keep the current case instead of spending extra bucks on some fancy pantsy solution, for no real purpose. The case which I currently got is sufficient for what

Trisquel 6.0 LTS “Toutatis” is out

Trisquel 6.0 LTS “Toutatis” has been released! I have decided to mirror the 64 bit 700MB ISO that is bundled with GNOME, here on k0nsl. Some key features of the 6.0 release are: Linux-Libre 3.2 Xorg Abrowser 19 GNOME 3.4 LibreOffice 3.5 Trisquel is an Ubuntu-based distribution that strictly uses free software as defined by Free

NetBSD 6.1 RC1 released

Jeff Rizzo over at the NetBSD blog has compiled a condensed list of highlights for this release: NetBSD 6.1 will be the first feature update for the NetBSD 6 branch. There are many new drivers, some new features, and many bug fixes! Highlights include: Bugfixes and feature improvements to NPF, the NetBSD Packet Filter Improvements