2014-11-11 12:44 by Ian
This is something I wrote for some coworkers in an effort to describe why the telephone signalling system is full of what appears to be arbitrary cruft and inconsistency. I thought it might be worth poasting.
2009-07-05 12:16 by Ian
A procedure for making byte-for-byte copies of CF cards. Written while working at a camera repair shop that needed this capability, but it’s also useful for lifting partitions from a development system using a conventional hard drive and dropping them onto a CF card for operation in a finished condition (after appropriate edits).
2009-05-16 00:04 by Ian
This was the first serious media server I built. I built it into a home-made acrylic case.
2008-12-30 04:32 by Ian
Recovering data from a damaged hard drive is like rebuilding shattered glassware without knowing what it originally looked like.
2008-12-27 21:49 by Ian
My little 1GHz VIA EPIA board now runs a DB that will saturate the NIC. By running the database from files located in a RAM drive, hard drive speed is no longer a limiting factor in database performance.