To start the project I must dismantle the bike, these are the photos of the dismantling:
I have decided that I need another hobby outside of work and computers. So as I have always liked motorbikes and have wanted to restore one for a long time. The time was right to buy the bike and start the project, so I will be logging the progress and status of the build on this blog.
The start bike is as follows:
SQL Server databases sometimes get consistency issues, when this occurs there is a simple process to resolve, follow this giude to resolve these.
This was completed on a Telstra 3G+Wifi Xoom Tablet.
You must first have Clockwork Mod installed and your device Rooted. Follow this guide to achieve this
I’ve finally decided to give in and root my tablet as I would like to upgrade to the custom ICS ROM’s that are available on the XDA-Developers forum. So to achieve this I first need to root my xoom.
NOTE: Follow these instructions at your own risk, do some reasearch, don’t just trust what I am saying will work for you
My Xoom: MZ601 Australian Telstra 3G + WIFI (currently 3.2)
In a previous post I outlined how to install MonoDevelop, however since then work has been very busy and I have not had a chance to play around with the installation. Today I attempted this and found I left out some fairly major components in the configuration of MonoDevelop. The missing items are as follows:
Mono is an open source cross platform implementation of the C# CLR that is compatible with Microsoft.Net. This article will explain how to implement a Mono Development Environment on Linux Mint 12 (This will work with most Debian derivative Linux distros)
The following how-to will outline the steps required to install the Android development environment on the Linux Mint 12 (Lisa) distro. This will consist of the java JDK, Eclipse and the Android SDK.
When you install Linux Mint and install the Mtrack Multitouch drivers, as explained here. Or through the script explained in my other blog post, found here. You will have the system mouse scroll setup in the same manner as Mac OSX Lion, which is the opposite to what everyone has been using until now.
After recently purchasing a MacBook Air 4.2 (2011 model) I decided it would be great to triple boot with MacOS, Windows 7 and a linux distro. After some googling I found this great article on lifehacker. This how-to follows this guide, but has been modified slightly for my installation.