nanobot

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nanobot last won the day on November 12 2016

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  • Birthday 08/21/1994

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    Golf, Microsoft Systems, Networking, Cisco Systems, ASP.NET, C#.

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  1. Images of the install attached on this post. It was a piece of cake. Thanks, EBrown
  2. Upgrade done. All good. Thanks, EBrown
  3. Sweet, ordered and on it's way. Thanks, EBrown
  4. So I'm currently adding RAM to this bad boy (32G). Ordering the Corsair pack from Newegg: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820236043&ignorebbr=1 CA3LE, mudmanc4, anything I should be aware of (gotchas)? Thanks, EBrown
  5. It's funny because the router we use here has a "Self-healing" feature which causes it to reboot at a specific time on specific days, on it's own. Edit: just read and saw this: Right, all of them. Thanks, EBrown
  6. Very nice, cool stuff to see. I like my iMac, personally. Thanks, EBrown
  7. I need to get a pfSense router setup here, so that I can replace this damn piece of garbage router that my dad bought. This thing is literally the worst router ever. If it loses (or thinks it lost) internet connection, it will redirect all HTTP requests to the router configuration page. Please tell me pfSense doesn't do that. Thanks, EBrown
  8. So what exactly is the issue? If you're using the entire third byte as your subnet block, your new mask would be 255.255.255.0, or /24. Which means the first subnet is 182.168.0.0/24, then 182.168.1.0/24, 182.168.2.0/24, etc. They're probably asking you to use the entire third block so that it makes an easy beginner question. Otherwise you would be able to get away with a 255.255.255.248 (/29) instead. Which would give you exactly 5 host addresses, 1 gateway address, 1 network address, and 1 broadcast address. The problem with this is that it's not as easy of a beginner question. (Your first subnet is 182.168.0.0 to 182.168.0.7, then 182.168.0.8 to 182.168.0.15, etc.) Thanks, EBrown
  9. Atom seems to be working out really well, I'm currently trying to get the hang of all the shortcuts and such and how to use it properly, but it's really handy. The UI for it is extremely clean as well, it feels like a proper OS X editor. Thanks, EBrown
  10. Yeah, it's working out pretty nicely so far. I need to get a good development IDE (for non OS X/iOS stuff) that doesn't suck horridly. I'm currently playing with Atom (https://atom.io) which seems to be working pretty nicely. Thanks, EBrown
  11. The 1TB Fusion Drive. Thanks, EBrown
  12. Nice and clean. Thanks, EBrown
  13. With as involved as Canonical was for this whole issue, I would be willing to bet that it will be a fairly high quality implementation. Microsoft and Canonical are actually adding an entire Linux sub kernel into Windows. This is a really big achievement, and should go a long way to increasing cross-platformability (especially for someone like me). I'm actually really excited to see how everything comes together and integrates, it should be a really cool project. Thanks, EBrown
  14. I like it a lot, so far. It's doing everything I want it to (and more) with ease. Yeah, and I really don't mind this keyboard at all. It is really easy to type on. Thanks, EBrown
  15. It's pretty nifty so far. I really like this keyboard, it's extremely crisp and smooth. The display is really, really clear. Everything is extremely sharp and easy to read, which is quite helpful. Thanks, EBrown