Securitron Linux blog is back.

Posted: July 30, 2011. At: 1:22 PM. This was 6 years ago. Post ID: 1774
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Waggling finger dude.
Waggling finger dude.

I am back, I had a huge problem with my domain name and I lost it as the registrar I got it from is not responding to my E-Mails about renewing it as it has expired and I wanted to renew the domain, but I have not been having any luck contacting them. I ended up purchasing a new domain name and installing that one to replace the securitronlinux.com domain that I have given up as lost. I could chase it up with publicdomainregistry.com if I wanted to but purchasing a new one was a quicker way to get my website back up and get blogging once again. Anyway, please update your bookmarks to the new URL, and I welcome all of my visitors back, and hopefully some new ones too. The domain registrar is not responding to my E-Mails at all, I emailed them three times and they have not responded at all, so I do not know what is going on with them at all. So here is to the new URL and a fresh start.

I have been using Linux as usual, I downloaded a kernel *.deb package from here: http://kernel.ubuntu.com/~kernel-ppa/mainline/v3.0-oneiric/. They have kernel 3.0.0 packages ready to go that work with Ubuntu and Linux Mint 11, with 1386 and x64 variants for those who have either a 64 Bit machine or an older computer that does not have a 64Bit CPU. If you want an easier way to install a 3.0.0 kernel, then check this site out and download the packages.

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