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Joom

Today at 03:40:04 AM
Whatever you think, Neil.  All I do is make suggestions...
 

neilmac

Today at 03:12:40 AM
Nice hint Joom.....should I be writing this down??  ;)
 

Joom

Yesterday at 02:50:29 PM
With a decent FTP program (I use "Core FTP") it's kind of easy to check and see if any files on the site have been updated that shouldn't have been just by checking the file dates...
 

Joom

Yesterday at 02:47:34 PM
Ag, I did find one of the forum files that had a modification date of just a few months ago, which it shouldn't have.  So I checked and it had a hack line in it.  I took that out, and just waited to see if it helped at all...
 

agradeleous

Yesterday at 12:33:24 PM
Joom you get the site fixed ? It's working again . I'm dying to know what it was were it was . Lol
 

agradeleous

Yesterday at 12:31:22 PM
No Cats 2 dogs . Matter of fact all we got are JCB'S I'd much rather have a cat .lol

When I retire I'll move up North so I can get the 3 ft of snow . I miss it I won't miss the snow today gone tomorrow crap but thats because I have to work in it .😡
 

whitestrat73

Yesterday at 09:19:19 AM
More of a dog man, myself......
 

Joom

Yesterday at 08:44:32 AM
Hmmm, I wonder if Ag has a cat?  ;D
 

papaG

Yesterday at 04:42:37 AM
You shoulda got a cat. I got a cat 8)
 

neilmac

Yesterday at 04:00:48 AM
Shoulda hired Ags....although you might have to wait a while to get dug out though  :P
Long drive from the Carolinas  :P
 

Joom

February 19, 2020, 11:44:15 PM
That would be nice, Ag.  Better than our 3 more feet in the last 2 days and 40-45 mph winds to drift and bank.  Big drifts and half frozen.  Lucky I hired a plow guy this year (last fall)...
 

agradeleous

February 19, 2020, 09:00:19 PM
And yeah getting maybe a few inches of snow ,one day then it's gone . Make way for panic mode ,save the world get plows ready salt spreaders bread and milk ! It's going to be a doozy . Lol can I retire ?
 

neilmac

February 13, 2020, 10:51:17 PM
Massage? Now there’s an offer I can’t accept from you lol  :o :o
 

agradeleous

February 13, 2020, 09:21:33 PM
Neil FB Massage .
 

Joom

February 13, 2020, 07:44:37 PM
Sorry I missed that, Neil, I'll check now...

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Get more out of video-gaming... RockSmith
« on: December 29, 2013, 11:02:30 PM »
If there was ever a time to dip your toes into the world of Linux recording, now is the time.

If you have the RockSmith game - for any gaming platform - it may be used as a USB guitar-interface in Linux as is it is recognised as a snd-usb-audio device.

Read the main article here.

The best part about that link is that is takes you by the hand and guides you through which live distro to try and most importantly, how to setup JACK, which even though it's using the QjackCtl GUI, can still be rather daunting if you've never used it before.

The page recommends to use AV Linux - if you use 6.0.1 or higher, you'll be laughing; it's a brilliant distro :)

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