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2 months ago
I am not worried about the Corona Virus.

I am prepared. :)T

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2 months ago
Hello Hacker "Anthony" or do you use a different handle?
Sorry there is nothing to steal here but if you want to play just email us, we will let you know when we have a competition or something going on.

Any of the other projects on the site are pretty much open source too so if you have an interest let us know. corprattx@gmail.com

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4 months ago
Building the "Gordo-48" and "fitting it all together."

A Gordo-48 replaces 40 standard Servers but uses less than 500 Watts in an hour.

A standard Server uses around 500 Watts, times 40 Servers = 20,000 Watts per hour. You do the math. - Todd W. Byars, Computer Dudes, Tallahassee, Florida

#computerdudes #toddwbyars #newlinemicroservers #projectgordo #gordo48 #unitedstatesofamerica

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4 months ago
Order for Pickup Home Depot, W Tallahassee. Jan 14th or after.
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Order Total: $28.93 Charged to Dudes care Online

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4 months ago
"The existence of a polynomial-time quantum algorithm proves that one of the most widely used cryptographic protocols is vulnerable to an adversary who possesses a quantum computer. However, it is theoretically accepted that quantum computers could equally be used to counteract against adversarial actions of this kind with the laws of quantum mechanics applied in this cryptographic capacity (through use of quantum computers) paving the way to quantum cryptography."

Our "Gordo-24" is a "Quantum Computer" that can be configured for non-standard computing. ;)T

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4 months ago
Nice Try Iran. You hacked one level of passwords on one of our servers but got locked out due to the geographic location of your servers.
Next time, mask your IP number. Don't be too embarrassed, we busted China with the same trick over a year ago. ;)T

Administrator
7 months ago
This week we will be playing with replacing Microsoft Active Directory with the new SAMBA4 on several versions of Linux including Raspberian. :)T
https://wiki.samba.org/index.php/Setting_up_Samba_as_an_Active_Directory_Domain_Controller

Administrator
7 months ago
I do not consider other Tech Companies or their owners and employees as competition.

I think of them as my Brothers and Sisters. - Todd W. Byars, founder The Computer Dudes, Inc. Tallahassee, Florida.

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9 months ago
Cisco Command Line is still the best. ;)T

https://networking.ringofsaturn.com/Cisco/ciscocommandguide.php

Administrator
11 months ago
https://mycomputerdudes.com/product/3d-printed-rocket-from-guardians-of-the-galaxy/ Follow this link to purchase a 3-d printed plastic model of "Rocket" Racoon from Guardians of the Galaxy! Super detailed!! :)T

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To Back-Up or Not the Back-Up. That is the question.


 Administrator    04 Sep 2018
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Backing up Data on an old IBM System 36 mainframe.   It used huge Floppy distks that only held about 320 ki of memory.

Backing up Data on an old IBM System 36 mainframe.   It used huge Floppy distks that only held about 320 ki of memory.

It is MUCH easier now to back your data and system software if you need.  

Here are a few general rules on Backing Up your data in 2018

1)  Don't back too much up.  You really only need to backup your documents, photos, music, video and any other personal data files you may keep in your computer.

2)  Make more than one backup copy just in case.  Keep the 2nd Backup off site, incase of building fire or other disaster.

3) Make it a regular Habit.   Backup at least weekly.

4) If you use a "Backup Service" online, verify everything is in there from time to time.   

5) Do your backup at the same time every week, that way it becomes a habit.

6) If your data is confidential lock it with a password, or put it in a Zio file for compression and then give that a password.

In my experiance, one can never have too many backups.   :)T





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