Monthly Archives: November 2008

Goodbye i386 … Hello amd64!

Last Sunday I retired my NetBSD/i386 server installation after over 12 years of service. Back in 1996 I installed NetBSD 1.1 on a PC with a Cyrix 66MHz 486 CPU, 16MB main memory, a 1GB IDE hard disk and a … Continue reading

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Thank you DHL

In the past I was quite pleased with the delivery services offered by DHL. Packages usually arrived quickly and if I wasn’t home when DHL attempted to deliver a package I could use e-mail to arrange for a delivery to … Continue reading

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NetBSD TV: The Media Server

As I mentioned recently I bought a Playstation 3 (PS3) to use as a streaming video client in conjunction with the MediaTomb UPnP media server. Here is my recipe for installing and configuring the server package under NetBSD. The instructions … Continue reading

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