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The Personal Computer Revolution: Crash Course Computer Science #25

The Personal Computer Revolution: Crash Course Computer Science #25

Hi, I’m Carrie Anne, and welcome to CrashCourse Computer Science! As we discussed last week, the idea of having a computer all to yourself – a personal computer – was elusive for the first three decades of electronic computing. It was just way too expensive for a computer to be owned and used by one […]

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The Laser Portable Computers that ran BASIC.

The Laser Portable Computers that ran BASIC.

Hello, and welcome to another episode of the 8-Bit Guy. Today, I want to show you a rather unusual line of portable computers known as the laser portable computers and these were manufactured from the mid 1980s all the way up to the late 1990s. These were produced by V-tech, which is the same company […]

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Building my dream computer – Part 1

Building my dream computer – Part 1

When I first got my Commodore VIC-20 at the age of 6, all I had was the computer. I turned it on and stared at the blinking cursor. Curious what I could do with it, I looked through the user manual and started to type in some of the example BASIC programs. Within a matter […]

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Quick Guide: Installing MS-DOS 2.X on Virtual PC 2007

Quick Guide: Installing MS-DOS 2.X on Virtual PC 2007

To install MS-DOS 2.X on Virtual PC, you will need 2 floppy disks of MS-DOS 2.X setup. Let’s create a virtual machine. * Typing keys * Set the RAM at least to 16 MB… … same for hard drive. It can’t go more than that due to MS-DOS 2.X limits. Let’s run it. Capture the […]

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Quick Guide: Installing MS-DOS 4.X on Virtual PC 2007

Quick Guide: Installing MS-DOS 4.X on Virtual PC 2007

To install MS-DOS 4.X, you’ll need 3 floppy disks of MS-DOS 4.X setup. First one is “INSTALL”, second is “OPERATING”, and third optional one is “MS-DOS SHELL”. Let’s create a virtual machine first. Set the RAM at least to 16 MB. Hard drive can be set up to 2 GB. And before we start virtual […]

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Basic Unix Commands Part 3

Basic Unix Commands Part 3

This is a demonstration of the alias command in Unix The alias command produces a list of alternative names that have been assigned to existing Unix commands So for example, L in this list has been assigned to execute ls -alf command We could create our own alias by using the command alias making up […]

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Reset User Password in Ubuntu Server(Linux) – Work 100%!!!! VMware & In Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10……

Reset User Password in Ubuntu Server(Linux) – Work 100%!!!! VMware & In Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10……

Hello guy!!!!! Today, I will show you: How to Reset User Password in Ubuntu Server….. In the first, Press Botton C or Key C….. And then do it with me …. one by one!! Type: mount -o remount,rw / Set new Username Set new Password Thanks for watching……!

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Connecting from Windows to Ubuntu via SSH, using Putty.
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