. PICTURE OF THE HOUR
Random picture: People trying to solve the puzzle that Christer got as a present.

Christer's birthday 1998
People trying to solve the puzzle that Christer got as a present.

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nelso Standardisation.
pictures Database of all pictures.
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. OTHER FEATURES

Emulate your old
Atari using OSIS
OSIS is an Atari TOS, Mint, AES, and VDI emulation for Linux/m68k, that's been developed for many years. And still is. Take a look at the latest news!

Learn PDP-10
Lots of reference material and links to other related sites. Lars has been working a while with this, and support for GNU binutils has been started. Take the tour and learn some more.

Browse the CVS tree
The easiest way to get hold of the latest development among NoCrew members, is through our CVS server. Read more in the software section!

    
Linux on iBook G4
2004-11-30  Bought an Apple iBook G4 recently. Put together a little wiki page about how to configure Linux on it. (1 comment)

Common Lisp implementation for Emacs
2003-12-04  Now you can run Common Lisp programs in Emacs, and write Emacs extensions in Common Lisp. (1 comment)

Local copy of Common Lisp HyperSpec
2003-08-12  Recognizing the intense need of Swedish Lisp hackers, nocrew has created a local copy of the Common Lisp HyperSpec. (1 comment)

Reconfiguring Linux for RAID5
2002-11-30  Tired of hard disk failures and subsequent data losses? I am. Last weekend I reconfigured my Linux system for RAID5. "RAID" is an acronym for "Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks" and as you might guess, this redundancy makes the system less sensitive to disk failures. The configuration part is not very difficult, unless you intend to keep your current data while migrating. (1 comment)

Debian Linux on Amilo D
2002-07-14  I recently got a Fujitsu-Siemens Amilo D notebook, and installed Debian Linux on it after doing some re-partitioning on the hard drive. Debian runs fine and most of the hardware are easily accessed. (1 comment)



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