So I gave myself a challenge. Can I share my linux-box screen to a total technophobe who is unwilling to do anything that involves submitting an email, creating an account, or installing any software.
Yes, yes I can.
Today we are going to have a user input. Today we will be using a button in order to turn ON and OFF an LED. I will include the instruction on how to accomplish this feat. I will include the visual schematics of parts. I … Read More
In this lesson we are going to have an on board LED turn on and off over a period of 1 second. I will include pictures, detailed instructions, a list of parts and code you can copy from. Also I am going to assume you … Read More
In this DIY I’ll be focusing on how to use your laptop PC like an Android tablet. Why would you want this? Android is a nice little OS, that comes with a lot of fun apps, buy maybe you don’t feel like shelling out $299 … Read More
There’s an awesome new gadget out there. Unfortunately, you can’t get your hands on the actual gadget itself. It seems the makers tried to put their project on Kickstarter, but their fund-raiser was rejected. However, the schematics have been open-sourced so you could theoretically replicate … Read More
The overwhelming majority of laptops sold today include built-in webcams. Although the primary purpose of these cameras is video chat, there is a major market emerging for their use as a security system. With a little bit of know-how and the right software, you can … Read More
The Sticky Notes Gadget for Windows 7, best gadget ever, right? Wrong! Why? Because there isn’t one! Now, there is a program that comes with Windows 7, called sticky notes. [frame_right src=”http://userhaven.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/stick-note-1.jpg” href=”http://userhaven.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/stick-note-1.jpg”] Sticky Notes in Windows 7 just ain’t right. [/frame_right] Basically it looks … Read More
In this tutorial we’ll be learning how to create a swap file in CentOS. When we install Linux, part of the process when creating a partition is creating a swap partition. A Swap is more less like Windows file. When your RAM is full Linux … Read More