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mdworld - snoer

Quantal Snoer and Wifi

Upgraded snoer to Ubuntu 12.10 Quantal Quetzal. Other than the warning that my video card was no longer supported which could make the system unusable, there was no noticeable difference.

by Martin @ 9:31 21 February 2013


Upgraded snoer to Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin.

by Martin @ 15:00 17 May 2012

A Crafty Project

I want to work out more and play more WoW, so why not combine the two?

Currently, snoer is used as a mediaplayer/streamer with XBMC installed, but it has a 80GB HDD, so if I make it dual-boot and resize XBMC to 30GB, the remaining 50GB should be enough for Ubuntu 11.10 (ca. 5GB?) and WoW (25GB on my desktop at the moment).

Then I just tape a spare keyboard to my hometrainer and I should be ready to grind in both RL and WoW at the same time!

by Martin @ 16:46 7 November 2011

Snoer Transformed

Snoer is dead, long live snoer! The old D800 snoer has been replaced with a Dell Latitude D820. It has an Intel Core Duo processor, 80GB hard disk, and NVIDIA Quadro videocard.

by Martin @ 1:00 11 November 2010

Out of Reach

Because in our new house there is an actual steel reinforced concrete wall between my router and most of my house, there's no WLAN signal anywhere but in my study. That's why, with pain in my heart, I had to say goodbye to my old trusted Linksys WRT54g router and got a Linksys WRT320N dual channel 802.11n router. Because the old adapter I used in snoer didn't support WPA, I also got a new USB adapter, a Linksys WUSB600N. Too bad, off course there's no Linux driver for the adapter.
by Martin @ 20:33 28 September 2009


This used to be my work laptop, Dell 800, pretty heavy specs. Got a new one from work (Dell 820, even heavier specs!!). I got the chance to buy it for a *special price*.
by Martin @ 9:22 7 July 2006