This guide will help you configure Ubuntu Server Edition 12.04 for a small/medium business. The server will provide DHCP, DNS, NTP, LDAP, Kerberos and NFS services such that users can login to any machine on the network and all their files and settings will be the same across the entire network. This will be one unified setup, supporting Ubuntu, Windows and OS X clients… let the fun begin! Continue reading Ubuntu 12.04 Ultimate Server Guide
This shot is taken from Doctor Who Confidential – Lords and Masters. It is a making of video and at 39:29 you can clearly see several computers running Ubuntu! To be more accurate, it looks like it’s probably several monitors connected to a single computer running Ubuntu, but nevertheless… quite a catch.
I am now working as a web designer for The Karen Hilltribes Trust. It’s the most amazing job ever! I love doing this sort of work, it’s always been a hobby of mine and now it’s my job!
You can check out the site so far here: http://www.karenhilltribes.org.uk/
On Saturday 13th June 2009 I had my hair dyed lime green to raise money for Cancer Research UK. We’ve already manage to beat our target of £200, but any more donations would be very gratefully received! You can donate online here: http://www.justgiving.com/danbishop1 Or, in person, by giving cash/cheques to myself, Claire, or Fiona.
To all those who have already donated, thank you! So far we’ve raised a massive £256.96 with some more promised! Particular thanks to Claire and Fiona for actually making this happen (though please don’t be fooled into thinking I won’t get revenge in some form).
Many of you stipulated that in exchange for a donation, I had to provide pictures/videos… so here they are: enjoy!
The Long One:
The Final Result:
Claire went away on a scout camp this weekend. Fiona and myself saw this as the perfect opportunity to purchase 110m of tin foil and cover every book, bottle, brush, comb, laptop, desk tidy, pen, picture, whiteboard, etc. in Claire’s room… The result can be seen here:
Two of my housemates (Fiona and Claire) and myself have decided to complete the following 50 tasks before we graduate from York. We’ve got quite a way to go…
Well, it’s 2009 and I’ve abandoned my old username and website and decided to start using my real name… why? Why not? Ok, firstly, and perhaps most shockingly, it would appear that the British education system is not capable of raising a nation of people who can spell, or in many cases even pronounce, the word ‘vicious’. It’s a major headache if you have to give your e-mail address to someone over the phone…
Secondly, my e-mail address is about to start appearing on CVs and vicious doesn’t send out quite the right image (I hope!). I’ll slowly be moving everything over to this site, but until then the old one will stay online.
I also intend to post more regular updates about the progress of Lex here.