Category Archives: Network

From wiring to networking to setting up servers

EPSON IPRINT APP

Print anytime to nearby wireless Epson printers. Print your photos, PDFs and webpages. You can even scan and save your files or send them in an e-mail. Also supports online file services such as Box, Dropbox, Evernote® and Google Docs. … Continue reading

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SPYBOT SEARCH AND DESTROY

If you suspect that you have spyware installed on your computer, then an excellent tool called Spybot – Search and Destroy can be used to remove them. Follow the instructions below to learn how to use Spybot – S&D to … Continue reading

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EQUITRAC COPIER INSTALL NOTE

Equitrac Copier Install Note When installing Equitrac on your copier, make sure of the following. 1. Make sure to call Equitrac (Phone: 1.877.EQUITRAC, (1.877.378.4872), or 1.519.885.2417 for calls outside of North America Email: support@equitrac.com ) and find out what cable … Continue reading

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PRINTING ON SOLARIS

PRINTING ON SOLARIS Installing Printers on solaris Very Simple Example Walk through Now let jump into CUPS Using CUPS Print Server for Solaris 10 and if that does not work then the hard  way CUPS printing from scratch Now lets … Continue reading

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RASPBERRY PI: $25 PC ON A STICK…

The Raspberry Pi is a single-board computer developed by the Raspberry Pi Foundation. Scheduled for introduction in November 2011, the foundation will release two versions that range from US$25 to $35. It has an ARM1176JZF-S 700-megahertz (MHz) processor, 128-256 megabytes … Continue reading

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POWER SAVER MODE OR POWER MANAGEMENT

PC power management refers to the mechanism for controlling the power use of personal computer hardware. This is typically through the use of software that puts the hardware into the lowest power demand state available. It is an aspect of … Continue reading

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