By Ted Carnahan on May 24, 2009
Whew! Another semester ends, and I am now halfway through my seminary education at Wartburg. No breather for me, though, as I’ve got a number of big projects and travel plans that are going to happen in the next several weeks. Websites – I’m currently working with a task force of members of our congregation [...]
By Ted Carnahan on October 18, 2008
I recommend this set of directions for getting BackupPC working. Using sudo (instead of having the backuppc server log in as root) is definitely a best practice, and nice-ing the process makes your computer more responsive if you’re trying to use it while it’s backing up.
By Ted Carnahan on May 22, 2008
I’m the proud owner of a Nokia N800 Internet Tablet (which I will, of course, write about later) and I’ve been getting around to doing a bit of hardware hackery now that the semester has ended. I wanted to integrate this tasty little Linux machine into my home backup system, which is powered by BackupPC. [...]