Yearly Archives: 2011



This series of posts will be based on the articles at PC Pro’s site. They offer a complete guide to Ubuntu, which is pretty good (although there are a couple of things that I would have stated differently). The series will start within the next week or so (no later […]

A Complete Guide to Ubuntu


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Well, I got Tracks working for the most part. The only limitation that I have is that I can’t send tasks via email/sms to it (because I don’t have a MX Record for my server). It turned out that I was sending my tasks on a daily basis–but they were […]

An Update on Tracks



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I’ve set up a “Tracks” server (http://www.getontracks.org for the system and http://www.bitnami.org for the actual virtual machine with the system pre-configured) in order to try and organize my time better. So far, it seems to be alright–except for the fact that the mail capabilities are not set up by default. […]

Time Management and GetOnTracks









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Hi there. I’ve posted about IPv6 before, and in some cases people are hearing more and more about it in the mainstream media. However, in most cases, you’re not hearing anything (and probably not even aware of it). So, here are a few things that you should know about IPv6. […]

Some things to know about IPv6.