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Installing OpenELEC as your XBMC

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Many people know what XBMC (Xbox Media Center) is but what about OpenELEC? (Open Embedded Linux Entertainment Center). Basically it is an operating system built around XBMC. OpenELEC was designed to be as lightweight as possible by only taking up around 80-125MB (by default) of space and configured for one simple purpose, to run XBMC. If you get stuck during any …

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Aptus – The Phonebook Solution For Asterisk!

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This Asterisk based phone book solution is a new product that is going to be released by Aptus Telecom in the near future! With it you can easily consolidate all of your companies contacts in one place without worrying about having to constantly share names and numbers all while maintaining the privacy you want! Integrate all of your contacts from …

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What programming language should I start with?

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There are many different programming languages out there, each with a different purpose. So how do you choose which one to start with? It’s a fairly simple process, really. Start by identifying what exactly you want to do. Do you want to make websites? Games? Each field has a different language that you’re best off starting with. When you’re learning …

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What is the Raspberry Pi?

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You may or may not have heard the term “Raspberry Pi“. Well if you haven’t; it is a credit-card sized computer that that is capable of doing what a desktop computer can do! Such as anything from word-processing to playing games. Just connect a monitor, keyboard, mouse and you are good to go! Here you will find some Raspberry Pi …

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Configuring a Cisco IP Phone

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Configuring a Cisco IP Phone in this case the SPA504g can be easily setup through the Web GUI. You can find the pdf to the Cisco SPA504G 4-Line IP Phone here. Plugging in and powering up First thing you want to do is plug an Ethernet cable into the port labeled SW which is short for Switch. Although plugging it into a …

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Using SoX to create GSM audio files in Ubuntu

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SoX (Sound eXchange) SoX is a popular and free sound software that allows you to both read and create audio sound files. This guide will show you how to use SoX to create GSM (Global System for Mobile) audio files. GSM audo files are used telephony use. You have probably heard them used in a IVR (Inerative Voice Response) system through …

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