AMD APUs – Is this APU lineup saying something about the future of AMD?

Apr 30th, 2012 | By

With the APU’s (or accelerated processing unit) from AMD coming on line in just over 2 weeks it’s important to look at what this means for AMD and what is says about their strategy in the CPU/GPU marketplace, especially when dealing with ultrabooks, laptops and other mobile devices.  AMD has been trying to beat Intel
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AMD Trinity Ultrathin Ultrabook is a thing of beauty

Apr 30th, 2012 | By

As much as I dislike their policies a lot of credit has to go to Apple and the late Steve Job’s vision for the macbook Air with how sleek and sexy laptops, or ultrabooks as they are being called now, can truly be.   Compaq’s latest designs of the ultrabooks powered by AMD’s new Trinity
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AMD’s Trinity APU Pricing / Cost for Laptop and ultrabooks starting to be revealed

Apr 30th, 2012 | By

We are seeing more and more talk and speculation about price and I wanted to bring you an up to date report on the pricing for AMD Trinity laptops and ultrabooks as they emerge. I’ll be updating this post so check back for news and the latest in pricing.   $500 The first report is
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Installing backport packages through aptitude on Debian

Apr 30th, 2012 | By

Just a quick little post today about getting Debian to go into the backports for that package you want to install.. remember that just because you have the backports repo in your sources.list it doesn’t mean that apt-get install whatever is going to install the bp version of whatever.. If you want to ensure that
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How to remove the double dash / two dashes above the signature in Thunderbird

Apr 29th, 2012 | By

Well as you will be told all over the place the double dash is the industry standard indicator of the beginning of a signature.  Well guess what? It messes with my uber ascii art signature that I created today out of a need to reduce my x-spam score and stop getting blocked by spam (Blogged
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Ever get this message when running apt-get update: The following signatures couldn’t be verified ?

Apr 29th, 2012 | By

Well I just did, infact the full message is: GPG error: http://us.archive.ubuntu.com lucid Release: The following signatures couldn’t be verified because the public key is not available: NO_PUBKEY ########### With the #’s being replacing by whatever key number you are given.. obviously this means that you need to update or get a new key.. Easy
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AMD Trinity A10 APU CPU Benchmarks and GPU Benchmarks

Apr 27th, 2012 | By

As we now know the AMD Trinity cores release date was leaked and is set for May 15th 2012.  Well AMD has released the GPU benchmarks and they are looking pretty impressive.. I’ll start with the GPU / graphics benchmarks below before moving onto the A10 cpu benchmarks afterwards.  The great thing with the APU
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How I quickly lowered my x-spam / spam assassin score on outgoing email

Apr 27th, 2012 | By

Well this is going to depend on the type of signature you have here but if you are having random issues with your emails getting blocked as spam and you’ve moved servers, or as in my case setup a brand new server with it’s own dedicated IP’s, and you are still running into issues take
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AMD Trinity Cores release date leaked

Apr 26th, 2012 | By

Well the long wait is finally over, at last we have a date for when we can expect to get the new Trinity APU’s in our hot little hands.  Sweclockers are the source of the leak in a discussing on their swedish message forums and the big date for the launch is May 15th 2012. 
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Root domain on one dedicated server, subdomain on different shared server running cPanel

Apr 23rd, 2012 | By

This might sound straight forward and for the most part it is but, come on, Cpanel is involved so it’s never going to be that straight forward.  So let’s start with the dedicated server where your BIND server is all setup.  You’ve setup the domain as you normally would and it’s all working but now
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