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Word of the day...
If we value the pursuit of knowledge, we must be free to follow wherever that search may lead us. The free mind is not a barking dog, to be tethered on a ten-foot chain.
... All the jokes...
[2017-05-13] A pretty comprehensive list of LaTeX codes is found at List of LaTeX symbols.
New website for Mossbauer fitting program Fit;o)
[2011-02-28] The new website for Fit;o) is at www.fit-nice.eu. Please visit and spread the link, and update your bookmarks.
tvass.eu: A new website and blog for how to do stuff....
Debian blog articles here on this page...
[2010-11-06] As earlier mentioned I have recently lauched a new blog site. I have now decided to feature the articles that I write in that blog here on this page as well.
So here is the first paper in the series on running and configuring a Debian server on a Linksys NSLU2: How to install debian on the NSLU2.
[2010-10-25] I have recentely launched the my-how-to-do-it blog, where I am blogging about all sorts of technical stuff, Bebian linux, backup systems and tips and tricks. Please visit and get some inspiration or find out "how I did it" :-)
The first content on the blog is a series of article-snippets describing how to install Debian linux on the Linksys NSLU2 and to use it as home data center.
Phoenix Mars Lander lands on Mars tomorrow!
[2007-05-24] Tomorrow (sunday 25-05-08) the space probe Phoenix lands, if all goes well on the north pole on Mars. This is a very exiting landing, as the area where Phoenix is intended to land in, most likely is rich in water ice, and a large part of the investigations are related to the search for life. read more on [www.nasa.gov/phoenix] and [www.nbi.ku.dk/mars].
Articles on Phoenix: #1 videnskab.dk, #2 Ingeniøren.
Video : Video #1 - NASA TV - NASA TV Media Player
Blogs: [Dansk blog frá Tucson, Arizona] [planetary.org] [Nice! #1]
portal.fo: [Article #1]
Neerdy stuff: Running Linux on a Windows PC.
[17-08-2007] It is possible to run linux on a Windows machine without a dual boot and all that comes with that.
Just download Microsoft Virtual PC and install it.
Then download a Linux CD (I've only tried Ubuntu / Kubuntu / Xubuntu) image, and follow the instructions on the below page (link).
An excelent How-to is here. - You just gotta love Ubuntu!