Ever have a weird problem that you couldn't figure out how to get rid of it? I have. Sometimes the information isn't even on the web when I search for the answer, or else the answer is split up and scattered across numerous web pages. Because of that, I have collected my goofy problems here on this page in the hopes that it will save another person some time.
7 Inch Laptop - Installing Linux and overcoming hardware issues with a cheap and small laptop.
Linux on Averatec 6200 - Notes about getting this laptop to boot Linux and resolve some of the hardware issues.
AWS Maximum Number of Interfaces Exceecded - Had difficulty making a new instance when we didn't hit our instance limit. What could have been the problem?
Uninstalling CSNW - DOS shells would display "Cannot load VDM IPX/SPX support" because of Novell's drivers.
Query Analyzer to Excel - Exporting results from Microsoft SQL Server's Query Analyzer, including the column headers.
File Transfer Through Terminal - Sometimes one connects to a terminal through SSH and using SCP / rsync isn't an available option.
Restoring Novell SDIF Encapsulated Files - You can restore Novell backups to a non-Novell system, but the files appear to be corrupt when restored.
Setting up Qmail on Gentoo - Brief list of instructions necessary to get qmail up and running on an older version of Gentoo.
Windows Domain Time Issues - Solving the login error, `There is a time difference between the client and server`.
Yes, that is a short list. I don't believe in making a page to cover a problem whose answer is easily found with a search engine.