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OneDrive For Business error: "the server you are trying to access is using an authentication protocol not supported by this version of Office"

I don’t like OneDrive for Business. If I had a choice, I’d use Google Drive for everything as in my experience it is bulletproof, but alas my employer mandates OneDrive. 198 more words

Operating Systems

Some thoughts on operating systems and such:

I have used some variant of Non-Micro$oft OS intermittently, at least since around 2004.

I had dabbled with Red Hat (I think) as far back as 1996(?), but I never really got “into” it, for various reasons: 749 more words


Why Were Mousepads Invented?

The common misconception is “Mousepads were invented so that the mouse wouldn’t scratch the table.” While that may be the reason you use a mousepad, that reason isn’t why mousepads were invented. 262 more words


Welcome To The Machine: Nesting Virtual Environments

Part 11.01:

Xen And The Art of Hypervisor Maintenance

One of the problems that I have with blog entries is always the title. This is always the bit that takes time and can spoil an entire blog post.

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Bitten by Latency

Everything about this topic is reading and guesswork.  I thought I had all the bases covered.  Took me forever to suss this problem.

The program grabbed some data wrote it to a file and then transferred the file to another system.  722 more words



Hello guys,

Today i’m going to share you one if the most popular Linux operating system “UBUNTU”.which can full fill your needs in a very compactive and easy way.as you all know that most of the windows versions require 1 GB of RAM with minimum 1 Ghz core CPU so if we talk about using a hardware with the specification lesser than these can be a tough job for any person.so i suggest ubuntu because it can also run with lower specifications which makes it best. 390 more words