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 Post subject: Re: Uploading pictures
PostPosted: Sun Feb 06, 2011 5:53 pm 
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Kaspersky is the only antivirus soft ware I trust to look after my PC i have used it for years never had a problem.
This PC is used for on line gaming. I regulary share my PC with a group of mappers two live in the States and one lives in Holland.
Never had a problem
Just curios ;)

Kaspersky has a good reputation and is robust. I have met Eugene Kaspersky a few times and he always comes over as an OK person, albeit a tad stressy on occasion :)

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I also use the Kaspersky tune up soft ware I can recommend it.
Keeps your PC zipping a long.


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 Post subject: Re: Uploading pictures
PostPosted: Sun Feb 06, 2011 5:59 pm 
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I also use the Kaspersky tune up soft ware I can recommend it.
Keeps your PC zipping a long.
:) I use Linux these days so I do not even run AV software on this machine despite working for an AV manufacturer.

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I play with linux but as I built this PC for gaming linux was not really a option.
I have toyed with the idea of running one of my older rigs with linux.


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Download the latest ISO for Linux Mint 10 (Julia) burn it to a DVD and boot an old box to it, you will be on the desktop in around five minutes, configure your wireless or network and have a play, if you like it click on the install icon on the desktop, if you don’t like it take the DVD out and you still have you original O/S intact.

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Luvly boy... ;)


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christel wrote:

Of course if you can remote link to a site such as flickr then the better for the forum. The smaller we are the further away is the day when we have to go to the dreaded dedicated hosting = more money.


Would it help if people deleted the photographs in their replies to a post? I feel it is unnecessary to repeat photos in a thread.

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christel wrote:

Of course if you can remote link to a site such as flickr then the better for the forum. The smaller we are the further away is the day when we have to go to the dreaded dedicated hosting = more money.


Would it help if people deleted the photographs in their replies to a post? I feel it is unnecessary to repeat photos in a thread.

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Redcat, not a bad idea however the forum has moved forward since 2011 and we are now sitting on a virtual server with unlimited space.

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We are currently running a web server/a couple of gameservers from a raspberry pi.
We have been using a ipad mini to run our call of duty game servers and test servers for our 3d mapping stuff the raspberry pi will be cheaper because our servers run 24/07 from my friends house in Holland he is looking to reduce the electrickery costs.

Don't ask me how he does it he is the tecky. I just use the web site and the test servers to upload and test my maps on. Its all clever stuff though.


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