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  1. In Topic: UBCD4Win on an Apple MacBook

    Posted 23 Jan 2008

    Just an update...

    UBCD4Win works great on my Macbook Core 2 Duo 2.2 GHz with 1 GB of ram. When the system is starting up hold down the C key to boot from the CD-ROM. I was also able to use Ghost to create a sector level image.

    -John
  2. In Topic: Looking for Drivers 2.0 addition suggestions

    Posted 13 Mar 2007

    Where can I download 2.0 from?

    -John
  3. In Topic: Looking for Drivers 2.0 addition suggestions

    Posted 8 Mar 2007

    Do you have Intel 1000/MT Gbit Dual Port and BroadCom 57xx (maybe it's 58xx) Extreme Gbit? Those are what are in my Dell servers.

    Intel:
    http://downloadfinde... mp;submit=Go%21

    Broadcom:
    unsure of link


    Maybe you could post (or post a link) to what you already have included.
    -John
  4. In Topic: Would like to volunteer to UBCD4Win project

    Posted 8 Mar 2007

    So it sounds like automation of plugin creation is not really a time-saver. Well, just let me know if there is anything that I can do to help out with the project.

    -John
  5. In Topic: Would like to volunteer to UBCD4Win project

    Posted 7 Mar 2007

    I have been a Linux & Windows sys admin for about 12 years and also have done some database, web, & programming work. I am really good at AutoIt, Python, PHP, batch files etc. I can't say that I miss the days when I did C, C++ and Java. programming. B)

    How hard would it be to automate plugin creation -- from realizing there is a new minor software version release going to a complete plugin? That would be pretty sweet. For example, upgrading a plugin for program version x.y.z to version x.y.z+1 should not be too hard to automate. I realize that you probably couldn't do this for a lot of programs, but it would be interesting to see just how many programs that you could actually do this for.

    -John

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