Linux For The Rest Of Us #156 - Gargoyle Router Management Utility, It's New To Me

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Running time: 1:28:49
Added: 28 Apr 2014

Episode 156 Show Notes
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Raspberry Pi Automatic Video Looper - They got 8 Raspberry Pis, which together cost less than one PC and use less an energy than one PC. That's over 16 times the cost savings and energy savings.
Why Condoleezza Rice Joining Dropbox Board Isn’t A Mozilla Moment - On Dropbox’s blog, where CEO Drew Houston announced Rice’s appointment this week, there are more than 400 comments debating the pros and cons of her appointment. Some are coming to her defense but others are pledging to switch to competing Dropbox services.
Canonical closes down Ubuntu One cloud file services - Canonical, Ubuntu Linux's parent company, has realized that it can't keep up with Dropbox, Google Drive, and other inexpensive cloud file storage options so it's shutting down its Ubuntu One cloud file service.
(Unofficial) Linux client for Google Drive Grive - Grive is written in standard C++. Grive can be considered still beta quality. It simply downloads all the files in your Google Drive into the directory. After you make some changes to the local files, it will sync your changes back to your Google Drive.
googlecl Command line tools for the Google Data APIs - GoogleCL brings Google services to the command line.
Upgrade Your Router For Free! Better Security, Speed Up WiFi, Throttle Bandwidth Hogs, More!!! - The secret? The free Gargoyle Router Management Utility. We show you how to install and configure it in the video!
DIY Tryin - DIY Tryin is a weekly, hands-on adventure in do-it-yourself and do it with others. Hosted by Patrick Norton and Michael Hand, whether it's experimenting with cronuts in the kitchen, welding up a bombproof bike rack, making your or building an amazing media server, DIY Tryin is ready to help viewers.
TP-LINK TL-WR940N Wireless N300 Home Router, 300Mpbs, 3 External Antennas, IP QoS, WPS Button - The TL-WR940N creates a wireless network with speed of up to 300Mbps and has 4 10/100M ports to support 4 wired devices.
Gargoyle Router Management Utility
TP-LINK TL-WR702N Wireless N150 Travel Router, Nano Size, Router/AP/Client/Bridge/Repeater Modes, 150Mpbs, USB Powered - The TL-WR702N is designed for use with tablets, smart phones, handheld game consoles and other portable electronic wireless devices.
The World’s First Open Source Laptop Makes its Debut - The hardware/software team of bunnie Huang and Xobs are offering their highly hackable, portable Novena computers to backers on the Crowd Supply crowfunding platform. bunnie’s post about the project on MAKE generated a lot of buzz.
Das Keyboard 4! - The combination of tactile feel, the psycho-acoustic experience and incredible craftsmanship all deliver an unmatched typing experience that only Das Keyboard 4 offers. With a Das Keyboard 4, you’ll type faster and longer. It feels so good, you won’t want to stop.
The NY Times discovers the virtues of desktop Linux - An overview of desktop Linux at the NY Times.
Julian Assange: Debian Is Owned By The NSA - Don’t just read the short article, listen to the address yourself, because Assange goes into many areas, and the work being done in these fields.
Ubuntu 14.04 Beta Downloads Go Live — This Is What’s New - Arriving ahead of its April 17 street date, the beta gives users an advance peek of what’s on the way, and developers some much needed last-minute feedback.
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