How to configure password-less SSH in Linux


Quickly and easily setup a passwordless and secure connection between two linux computers. This article will show you how to generate public and private keys using ssh-keygen, as well as how to conveniently send your public key to a remote server using ssh-copy-id.

The TRS-80 PC-2 Pocket Computer


Tandy sold eight different models of Pocket Computers from 1980 to 1987. This included the PC-1 (1980), PC-2 (1982), PC-3 (1983), PC-4 (1983), PC-5 (1985), PC-6 (1986), PC-7 (1986) and PC-8 (1987). Despite being only the second model released, the PC-2 was by far the most powerful (and the largest) of the TRS-80 pocket computers. […]

The Commodore Vic-20 Computer

Vic 20 function Keys

Commodore’s Vic-20 was the first personal computer to sell one million units. It was officially launched in the middle of 1980 at $299. The price of a new Vic-20 would eventually drop to as little as $99. This was extraordinarily inexpensive for a color computer at that time. During it’s production life (of approximately 4 years) the Vic-20 would go on to sell more than 2.5 million units in total. At one point they were being produced at a rate of more than 9,000 computers per day.

The Atari 1200XL Computer

Atari 1200XL

A favourite among Atari hackers and collectors, the Atari 1200XL was the first of the XL line of 8 bit computers that followed the Atari 400 and Atari 800 computers. While there is much to appreciate about the 1200XL, it was generally not well received when initially launched in 1982.

Raspberry Pi Hunger


There are some who just can’t wait for their Raspberry Pi.

Creating a 3D Software Box with POV-Ray


Creating digital products is more popular than ever. Many potential buyers of downloadable software still appreciate seeing a boxed version of the software before they purchase – even if the box does not really exist. The image of a software box lends tangibility and makes the software feel more legitimate.

USB Connection Frustrations

USB Connection Frustrations

It’s estimated that 50% of all USB Connection Attempts end in failure.