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Technology / Re: Minimize eyestrain (Tip 7)
« on: April 04, 2008, 10:59:06 PM »
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Technology / Re: Minimize eyestrain (Tip 7)
« on: April 04, 2008, 10:37:59 PM »
akoa naman gilimpyohan ang lumot... :) btaw oi, unsa man nga lumot imong gusto ba? ;D

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Technology / Re: Surplus Computer Shops in Bohol?
« on: April 04, 2008, 07:39:27 PM »

hehe dli man tngali ramos ext... junquera ext tngali... :)

not sure about the pricing karon, wla naman ko sa cebu nag-work gud. mga former supplier na sila sa previous company nga akoa gitrabahoan sauna, diha sila nag-office likod sa bakery (goldie glo) man tngali to. daghan sad diha sa may jones dapit.

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Calape - Bohol / Re: Hello taga Calape
« on: April 03, 2008, 11:09:10 PM »

ask ka huwebes ba gihapon tabo sa calape? ;D heheh

peace! :)

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Technology / Re: Minimize eyestrain (Tip 7)
« on: April 03, 2008, 11:05:39 PM »
no problem ate! :)

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Technology / Re: Surplus Computer Shops in Bohol?
« on: April 03, 2008, 11:04:53 PM »
try to check sa may Ramos dapit (around Junquera Ext) naa mga computer shops diha... just make sure nga kadto daan2x na nga company para dli ka daganan sa warranty nimo. ;)

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Technology / Re: Minimize eyestrain (Tip 7)
« on: April 02, 2008, 01:02:25 PM »
sorry Elaine kay akoa ra sad na nga kinit-an somewhere in the wild. ;D

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The Philippine government's official weather service, PAGASA, has replaced its SGI supercomputer with a clustered Debian Linux system that can process information vital to protection against typhoons, floods, droughts, tsunamis and other wild weather conditions at a fraction of the cost.

The cluster includes eight PCs running as a single node, connected via a gigabit switch, each with dual 64-bit Intel Xeon processors running the Debian Linux OS.

"We tried several Linux flavours, including Red Hat, Mandrake, Fedora etc," said Alan Pineda, head of ICT and flood forecasting at PAGASA.

"Our ICT group came out with Debian as the most stable in servers, especially when things are being done pretty much in automatic mode. In our workstations the preference among programmers is Ubuntu, which is basically Debian-based," he said.

The major motivation for migrating to an open source based system was cost. Previously, for almost a decade PAGASA used an SGI Irix supercomputer that cost over P200,000 (AUD$5200) a month to run. Since September 2007, the Debian Linux cluster has dropped that monthly figure down to around P10,000 (AUD$260).

"The other motivation was to increase computing power with less capitilisation. With Irix, our capitilisation was about P25 million (AUD$655,000). With the Debian cluster we spent around P2 million (AUD$52,000) including the migration cost and training," Pineda said.

"It doesn't make a dent in our budget; it's very negligible."

Pineda said PAGASA also wanted to implement a system which is very scalable.

All in all PAGASA uses 32 clustered processors, with 16 devoted to R & D and 16 for operational purposes.

The cluster works as part of the Philippine Interactive Communications Weather Information Network (PICWIN) which provides weather forecasting and an automatic warning system.

Continue reading from the source...   ;)

by: Andrew Hendry
Source:  PCWorld

Another Source: SlashDot

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Help & Support / Re: Help! Can't Open MSN in English
« on: March 13, 2008, 10:25:35 PM »
mura uwahi na ko pero "thai version" windows tngali ang gamit nga OS sa computer, so by default thai language ang settings then sa hotmail iyang ma-detect nga thai ang default so thai pud iyang gamiton. i dont have any experience sa thai, chinese ug japanese ra akoa.

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Technology / Re: The evolution of computer viruses
« on: March 10, 2008, 06:17:22 PM »
by the way, "trojan" is a kind of malicious software (malware) using the idea of the famous helen of troy (Trojan Horse) story. this code is most likely used as a backdoor program of some system (windows or unix-like) to do some things like an opening on the system (entry point of a cracker). a trojan can be a computer worm or a computer virus... depende sa naghimo.

more detailed explanation makita sa wikipedia.org

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Technology / Re: The evolution of computer viruses
« on: March 10, 2008, 01:05:43 PM »
hehe the old DOS days...   ;D

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Technology / Hackers attack MySpace and Facebook
« on: March 05, 2008, 05:59:29 PM »

By Clement James
4 March 2008 07:35AM


Buffer overflows are at the heart of a series of attacks against Facebook and MySpace, security firm Fortify Software has warned..

Criminal hackers now view social networking sites as their best target for attacks, according to Rob Rachwald, director of product marketing at Fortify Software.

Part of the reason is that such sites are designed to be usable by "unsophisticated" consumers, meaning that the barrier to entry for attacks is potentially lower as users are more likely to click on a link that leads to malware.

"A buffer overflow enabled hackers to exploit the Aurigma ActiveX image uploading software used by Facebook, MySpace and other social networking sites," said Rachwald.

"The bad news is that this exploit is being used in a hacker toolkit currently being offered for download on several Chinese language sites, meaning that novices have been able to stage these attacks, and not just professional hackers."

Rachwald argued that social networking sites can no longer limit protection to their own security practices, but must take in the practices of their suppliers.

"Had Facebook and MySpace required Aurigma to provide proof of a code audit before sourcing the plug-in this latest security issue could have been avoided," he said.

 :-*

Read More from the SOURCE: http://itnews.com.au/News/71298,hackers-attack-myspace-and-facebook.aspx

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fuel tax excluded...  >:(

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Technology / Re: WINDOWS VISTA AERO VS LINUX UBUNTU BERYL
« on: March 03, 2008, 04:23:53 PM »
taken from a friend's desktop:: compiz-fusion

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Health and Food / Re: Ang Dinuguan
« on: March 02, 2008, 11:56:46 AM »
gilibutan mi mga muslim, as in tapad sa amoa gipuy-an ang ilang mosque. plano unta mi magsugba ug baboy pero basin manimaho nya iriklamo nya mi. :-X

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Technology / Re: Minimize eyestrain (Tip 7)
« on: March 02, 2008, 12:35:48 AM »
now you guys knw my taste...  :o

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Technology / Re: Minimize eyestrain (Tip 7)
« on: March 02, 2008, 12:25:42 AM »
duha sa akoa mga paborito

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Technology / Re: Minimize eyestrain (Tip 7)
« on: March 02, 2008, 12:08:07 AM »
oist, naa baya ko wallpaper nga lumot... under the sea with shell nga naa sa bato nga gilumot. hehe but nice kaayo sya. makawagtang sa pressure nako kung kta ko sa akoa deadline. hehe tungod ug alang sa lumot. ;D

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Technology / Re: Minimize eyestrain (Tip 7)
« on: March 02, 2008, 12:03:37 AM »
nope, default skin man tngali ni i believe... wa pa man ko kahilabot sa akoa profile. d sad ko ganahan nga green tanan oi, mura ta ug avocado ana. ;D

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Technology / Re: Minimize eyestrain (Tip 7)
« on: March 01, 2008, 11:59:28 PM »
dli man ko mag-ingon ana... :)

utok ug akoa dugo kay green naman gud. ;D heheh btaw, mao na kasagaran akoa buhaton sad so akoa sad gi-apply sa akoa desktop.

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