If you have multiple tabs open in Firefox, hit the F12 key and you will see a “Showcase” view that shows you large thumbnails of all the open windows…
I connected the Zonbu external USB CD/DVD drive, and the blank CD icon appeared on the desktop.
I launched the CD/DVD burning application, selected the ISO source file and went to burn it when I noticed there was no “device” appearing in the target drop-down…
Our friend Dave J is quite a good photographer.
He spent a few hours with his beautiful new Zonbu yelling “Pout for me, baby! Pout for me!” (At least I think that’s what he said, my Dutch is kind of rusty…)
I wrote yesterday about my experience with the Zonbu S3 online storage model.
A member of the Zonbu team read the post and provided a lengthy response, asking a number of questions to help determine if there is an issue.
I’m going to formally respond here so the relevant items are outlined and updated…
According to my Kill-a-watt as I was shutting down, 14 wall clock hours generated .16 KWH of electricity use.
However, the USB media card reader problem I mentioned in another post has forced me in to Windows.
That’s ok, it means you get a little bit of eye candy.
And what Internet user doesn’t like eye candy?
Just a quick one for the MIME-type file.
I clicked on a shell script, in this case on http://oss.zonbu.com/ and instead of offering to open it in the text editor, it suggested the appropriate application was `less`, the command line utility for “paging” text. (If you don’t know it, it’s a cousin of “more”).
I’m thinking that the included ‘notepad’ application is probaby more appropriate.
[EDIT: If you’re interested in this post, you probably want to go back and read my initial post after using the desktop in my simulator as well.]
I happened to be in a terminal window recently so I grabbed a quick screen shot when I realized I’d been using the machine for almost 8 hours straight.
(By the way, PCoR stands for “PC on Rails”, I assume an early name for the project)
So what do I think after 8 hours without any material problems?