Portaboom is a standalone mini distribution of Linux. PortaBoom's current goal is to allow people to play the game of Doom on any Intel machine with a CD ROM drive, regardless of what operating system is installed on the hard drive. Eventually, I'd also like to also be able to add other games and application software using a modular packaging system, which would let you choose what applications you want to run.
The Tool of Media Management, ToMM. See the Wiki page for particulars about ToMM.
This page is for Streamcast, the Perl-based MP3 HTTP file streamer. Currently (Dec. 2005), Streamcast supports connections to Icecast v1 and Shoutcast servers. In the Antlinux Wiki are notes for a rewrite of Streamcast, and what features the planned rewrite will have once work on the rewrite begins. There currently is no timeline for rewriting Streamcast, like most Open Source projects, work towards the project is in addition to what the developers already do in thier "regular" lives.
If you got here via a search engine, I apologoize for not having the goods (the actual SQL tutorial that the search engines indexed). The copy of the SQL Tutorial that was here was for my personal use only, and Infoseek's bot found it, so I am placing a link to the original page instead, so that the proper credit is given.
NOTE: As of 09Sep2006, the site is transitioning from old static pages to a Drupal CMS system. All of the content on this page has to be moved over by hand, which takes a while. Therefore, links on this page that don't work mean that the old content has not been moved over to the new CMS.
A lot of these pages/links on this website have to do with Linux, because that is my serious hobby. If you don't know about Linux, or tried installing it once and gave up, you should give it another chance.
QEMU by default lets you use 4 "hard drives", or simulated devices, as
Here's another way to get more disk drives, use QEMU disk images (created with