Thursday, May 22, 2008

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Now the next thing I want you to do is do a traceroute to see where the bottle neck might be. We covered the basics on how to do a traceroute a few weeks ago. For those of you still not sure here is the “quicky” version:

Photoshop Tutorials & Development

Fri, 29 Feb 2008 22:13:40 +0000

Asterisk - My Quick Installation Guide

Sat, 24 Nov 2007 00:07:20 -0500
There’s a dozen other quick installation guides for Asterisk. So why write another?
Well, unless you a Unix/Linux Guru you might find yourself confused when getting your Asterisk setup off the ground. Even if you are an experienced Linux user, you might find yourself running in circles trying to get that “special feature” working just so in Asterisk. So here it is, a straight forward beginners guide to Asterisk.

In a few days I’ll be back with more ramblings, and for now will wish

you a nice and happy 2nd Easter day :)

Every time you will need to change something on your site, you will have to edit the pages on your computer and upload them again. The website never changes by itself. That's why it's called a "static" site.

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