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Overview of Desk
*HP dv5z Laptop *Granite Desktop (Whoever thought this was a good idea is RETARDED, granite is a HORRIBLE surface to write on. It constantly snags my pencil and breaks the lead.) *Acer X193w Monitor *Other Periphials - Microsoft Wireless Intellimouse Explorer 2.0 - Creative Inspire T3100 2.1 Speakers (They sound great, but I will never buy creative again. The plug broke off the left speaker, so I had to strip the wires and I have it taped to the input on the subwoofer... it's hillbilly rigged.) - Tripplite USB Powered Laptop Cooling Pad - Altec Lansing inMotion iM5 portable iPod Speakers (I just use it as an iPod dock) - Cannon MP210 Printer/ Scanner - FD 500GB Ext. HDD - Cable to hook up my P.O.S. phone (Samsung Blackjack II, don't get me wrong I LOVE Samsung, but i HATE Windows Mobile) - Saitek Eclipse I keyboard (Backlit Blue)Frankenstein; It LIVES.
I'm always talking about my cobbled together Linux box, Frankenstein, but this is the first time I've actually shown it off. Frankenstein gets it's name because the tower was my ex-girlfriend's, and it didn't have a hard drive when I received it. I initially ran Ubuntu 9.04 off a Live CD, but have since installed to a hard drive. Frankenstein's been running Ubuntu 9.10 for a few weeks now off an external hard drive, and runs great. Since then, I've also upgraded it with a wireless mouse and keyboard, speakers, a mic (not pictured, as it's fallen behind the desk at the moment), and my Genius tablet and pen. In keeping with the theme of Frankenstein, I've used nothing new, but have instead built it up using old, spare parts I have from an older tower, or that I've tossed aside since upgrading. Next up is trying to get an old webcam to run with it.
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