Category Archives: 4 Geek

Secure Shell: Part 1- The Basics

In our technological infancy, no one really was very concerned about security. Use of the telnet application was the common method used to establish text-based connections to remote systems. The downside of telnet is that all of the traffic (usernames, … Continue reading

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ViewSonic G Tablet: Much Better with TNT Lite 4.25

Although I have many years of experience with various flavors of UNIX, Windows, Mac, and of course, Linux, I haven’t really had the opportunity to dig into the Android craze– until now. Since I’m pretty deeply invested in the Apple … Continue reading

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Introducing the HELPMEUSETECH Rating System

Going forward, I will try to tag each post according to the degree of difficulty or prior knowledge required.  I will be assigning from one to five “Geek Gs” with the following general guidelines: Simple – A useful tip for … Continue reading

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