The Asus RT N16, I found this router when I was looking for something to replace my D-Link DGL-4500 Gamer Lounge. Although the router was very expensive when I bought it and the flashy LCD sure looks nice it doesn’t actually perform all that well and if I disconnect my Sonicwall and try to use the router by itself it chokes out and locks up under heavy bit torrent load. I decided I would shop for something else and when I read the specs on this unit and the fact it could run DD-WRT I thought it sounded like a great deal. One problem is that it gets hot, very hot. In fact its underclocked to help it run cooler so there is hidden potential there that is being lost out on due to the heat issues. I decided I would mod the hell out of this thing through a series of articles and start with a simple fan mod. At first I thought I’d go with a super slim fan and hide it inside
There’s no doubt if you have listed more than a handful of items for sale on Craigslist you have ran into the issue of one of your postings being flagged and removed from Craigslist instantly and what your likely don’t know, autonomously. I have listed about 30 ads on Craigslist in my lifetime and only recently ran into the issue of having one of my listing removed because it was flagged. I received an e-mail which had a title of “flagged & removed: item#” and stated “Your posting has been flagged for removal.”. The e-mail was very short and to the point and listed 2 links to assist the user in troubleshooting the cause of the flagging. The first link was to the Craigslist TOC which I read over and nothing there fit my posting so I was left puzzled and clueless. I then decided I would visit the second link which read “If you need help figuring out why your posting was flagged, try asking in our flag help forum http://forums.craigslist.org/?forumID=3“, So I did just
In the latest version of Oracle VirtualBox it looks like they went the extra distance and trumped all other virtualization platforms by adding the ability to impersonate each one of them. You read that correctly, the latest VirtualBox can now save a virtual machine in any of the most popular formats including, VDI – Sun / Oracle VirtualBox VMDK – VMWare Workstation, Server, ESX, ESXi VHD – Microsoft Virtual PC, Hyper-V HDD – Parallels Desktop This is very interesting stuff, My next test will be to see if it will load all of these formats from their native applications.