Archive for the ‘unknown’ Category

Win XP: Save/Restore network configuration

Saturday, December 29th, 2007

If you are travelling with your Windows XP based notebook and don’t have DHCP everywhere it would be neat to have a way to save/restore network configuration settings such as IP address, nameservers, ..
Besides some third party tools there is already such a tool built-in: netsh


I am still alive!

Monday, March 19th, 2007

It’s been quiet around here for the last few months – sorry.
I just got around to update the blog software and moved it to a “better” URL; expect some updates and new posts soon 😉

What has happened recently? Well I was quite busy with the “LAN @ FH JOANNEUM 6 – the 6th sense!” at the FH Joanneum Kapfenberg where I was responsible for running the whole LAN network and the important servers (DHCP, DNS, Internet-Gateway, etc). Expect a blog entry covering that story soon 🙂 Pics are already available in the gallery btw.
Then again I’ve been playing around with a small VIA based embedded system based on a CV860A LexSystem mainboard in a fanless case with a VIA C3 533MHz CPU, a 20GB 2.5″ HD, 128MB of RAM and three onboard NICs. All for 1 EUR at eBay – and now it’s running Debian Etch 🙂

print “hello world”;

Friday, November 3rd, 2006

Hi everyone, I decided to finally join the world of web2.0 and start a small blog. I’ll be adding content from my old site in the upcoming days and weeks. Enjoy.