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    Re: Project: Kitchen OS

    I found that awesome tablet mod for the Dell Mini 9 and the guy bought his own resistive touch screen kit and added it on.

    That got me thinking that there had to be other kits available to add to...
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    Re: Project: Kitchen OS

    that sounds fantastic!! too bad halibut around here (DC Metro) costs an arm and a leg /lbs!

    Random recipe generator would be awesome if it knew the kitchen's inventory.
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    Re: Project: Kitchen OS

    DO WANT!! I have been tossing that idea around for years. My brother is a developer and getting his lazy butt to hop aboard has been painful.

    Perhaps we can build off the current Gourmet Recipe...
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    Re: Project: Kitchen OS

    for example:

    10 lbs rib eye steak
    4 cups chocolate powder
    3 tsp of pomegranate juice, peeled, crushed, slivered
    1 cup chicken, zested
    2/3 lbs milk extract
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    Re: Project: Kitchen OS

    Breads and cakes, yes there is a need for recipes, but even foods that require more than 4 or 5 ingredients need them too.

    I don't know how often you cook, but I'll be damned if I have to start...
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    Re: Project: Kitchen OS

    Well, I did some more research on the touch screen LCD's, looks like $400+, $500 for a good USB one.

    As far as I can tell the "capacitive" ones are the ones to go for. Resistive is the next best....
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    Re: Project: Kitchen OS

    I am excited for multi-touch! I am hoping the Linux community will pull through and come up with their own API. MS one looks very promising, hopefully it won't go by the way side like WinFS...
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    Re: Project: Kitchen OS

    I had high hopes for Krecipe... the fact that it does not have a timer function built into the app like Gourmet, was a nut kicker for me.

    I tested both out last night making these:...
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    Re: Project: Kitchen OS

    Thought of that too. I was hoping for a good onscreen keyboard to use with a multi-touch or touchscreen, but that would be too awkward.

    The solution I have is to build a slide out tray under the...
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    Re: Project: Kitchen OS

    Touchscreen? why stop there? multi-touch is where it's at!!

    Seriously though, I did think about investing in a touchscreen later on, but imagine getting dirty kitchen hands on the screen... and...
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    Re: Project: Kitchen OS

    The cabinet doors are made of a very dense particle board so that plus washers should help keep it on the door. as for the hinges, I rarely open that particular door, so it should be okay. Also,...
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    Re: Project: Kitchen OS

    I thought about Puppy, but I like the challenge to mod Ubuntu to do what I want it to do.

    I even tried Xubuntu, but I couldn't get past the 90's interface, but I digress.

    I was thinking...
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    Project: Kitchen OS

    Long story short, I am a widowed, single dad working in the IT industry (IT Director) and I have a unique knack for cooking.

    I moved into my new apartment a few months ago and have finally...
  14. [all variants] Re: Interersting Security Technique- need some help

    The one feature I would want is for a bash script to email me a generated knock code and add that to the master bash script. I think that would add to the coolness factor ;-)
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    Lolz! I knew it wasn't a new thing, but I thought it would be a fun mini project.

    Looking at fwknop, it has way more than I wanted, but nonetheless very cool!

    Found the tutorial:...
  16. [all variants] Interersting Security Technique- need some help

    I was discussing scheduling SSH access from outside the network with a colleague of mine and I came up with this interesting concept that should be relatively easy to setup.

    We dubbed it "PINg...
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    [all variants] Re: Help with netbooting/PXE

    Good news, I did got my working and used this guide...
    https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/Netboot

    I have my Ubuntu 8.10 server running DNS and DHCP and it hosts my Ubuntu 8.10 desktop...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Load balancing 2 wifi signals with ubuntu?

    I see where you are going with this...

    I want to build a gateway/router/firewall server that will have multiple wifi connections.

    What I have been trying to do is to load balance all 4...
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    [ubuntu] Block Level Replication?

    I am trying to setup a off-site data store backup with block level replication.

    Currently I have T1 connections between 2 site joined by a site-to-site VPN between 2 Sonicwall firewalls. This...
  20. [ubuntu] Re: Backing up files to USB drive over Network

    prshah,

    I do have samba installed on each box and have even rebooted after the install. I did share out the USB drive and the respective folders that I need shared.
    I can hit them from my...
  21. [ubuntu] Bash Script and Cron job to Backup to USB Hard Drive

    I am having a devil of a time with this...

    I have a workstation and 2 servers all running 8.04 desktop and 2 server editions respectively.
    I have a USB hard drive attached to the workstation.
    I...
  22. [ubuntu] Re: Backing up files to USB drive over Network

    Bump!
  23. [ubuntu] Backing up files to USB drive over Network

    I am having a devil of a time with this...

    I have 3 ubuntu server running as web, mysql and backup servers respectively.

    I installed a USB hard drive to the backup server and shared it out...
  24. [ubuntu] Re: Public/Private NIC's help with Apache Config

    Sweeeet!!

    I finally got the install done and showed the interface to my managers and they are very impressed. Now of course I have to configure it to work with 2 very bitchy web hosts.

    The...
  25. [ubuntu] Re: Public/Private NIC's help with Apache Config

    I noticed that ISPConfig and Webmin create their own Apache instance with is nice, but coming from a company that handles Window's only network, i need to shed my knowledge of IIS real quick.
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