I did a fresh install of VirtualBox on my Mac Book Pro and then install Windows XP. Once installed I noticed that there was no network card showing up under “Network Connections”. I checked out the Device Manager and found that the network card was showing up with now driver. After searching around, I figured out that the AMD PCNET III driver seems to work out of the box. If you power down the machine and change the adapter, it should detect and install properly and you’re good to go.
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There is a very manual tutorial up at xpwn.co.uk on how to Jailbreak your iPhone with the 2.1 firmware:
T14:19 http://xpwn.co.uk/2.1JBtut.txt 14:19 2.1 3g jailbreak tutorial 14:22 geeb: has it been tested? 14:22 comm 14:22 yes by me 14:22 and others in #xpwn are running it nowThe following are the instructions
Download the 2.1 firmware <--http://appldnld.apple.com.edgesuite.net/content.info.apple.com/iPhone/061-5198.20080909.K3294/iPhone1,2_2.1_5F136_Restore.ipsw
Verizon's now trying to capitalize on typo squatting? Will we see relevant AD's while Verizon finds the correct site?
SiteFinder redux? Verizon tests DNS redirect service -
Verizon has begun to test a new URL redirection service in some midwestern states and bills it as a handy tool to help out users when they mistype something. Others don't quite see it the same way.Ars Technica]
The OtterBox Warranty Department asked that I provide them with pictures of the problematic OtterBox I purchased. Here…
You will require SSH access to your Virtual Machine, read over my article Gaining SSH Access To VMWare…
That's right, this isn't a joke.
The new drive will be very similar to the recently-released VelociRaptor, in that it’ll be a 2.5in drive with a custom 3.5in housing built around it. Details are incredibly light at this stage, given that the product is still in development, and we don’t even have a release timeframe at the moment. However, our sources said that the drive will be ‘silent’ – that’s the last thing I would have expected from a drive with platters spinning at 20,000 RPM. Western Digital is apparently working on silencing the beast by improving the housing technology, which will now not just act as a heatsink, but also as a noise cancelling device. We’d also hope that the drive enclosure has some vibration dampening technology as well, because that’s also likely to be a problem given the high spindle speeds.Now they just need push SATA 6.0Gbit/s onto motherboards http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SATA#SATA_6.0_Gbit.2Fs Full artile at bit-tech.net
Purchased 2x Sapphire 5830’s and a 1000W OCZ refurb.