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Discussion in 'TOSAH Archive' started by mejinks, 12 Feb 2003.

  1. mejinks

    Mobster

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    Location: Port Toilet

    This may have been asked/answered before, but seriously, what setups are you running? is is purely servers, if so are they unix or x86. Or is it just a lot of PC's?
     
  2. BuckEye

    Hitman

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    MoS looks after a backup datacenter for some un-namable corporation, and I believe that's pretty much all Mr One and Two can give away. They also run seti on a number of modified appliances and pets IIRC :)

    S
     
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    Wise Guy

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    still cracks me up that :D:D:D
     
  4. Markjcj

    Soldato

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    I'd love to know how they do that:confused:

    You should see my cat run whenever I hold a power cable nowadays;)
     
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    Wise Guy

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    be afraid be very afraid!! :eek:

    the RSPCA are after you :p:D

    :rolleyes:
     
  6. Mandex001

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    Let me guess you found the RJ45 socket but the cable seems to keep falling out? I had that problem too... what ya gotta do is ram it in realllllly far then it wont come out. :D
     
  7. doofer

    Sgarrista

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    Location: Hear, their, everyware ;)

    According to the RSPCA to get a Cat to run SETI you need a 110V Supply, only Dogs are 240V...here's a list they kindly sent me:

    Elephants/Horses/Cattle- 415V

    Dogs-240V

    Cats-110V

    Rabbits/Hamsters/Toy Dogs-9V Battery

    ALL Reptiles- Solar Cell Powered only

    Mice/Gerbils- AAA 1.5V Battery

    Goldfish- CR3032 3V Waterproof Watch Battery

    I hope that helps :D
     
  8. TrUz

    Wise Guy

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    Interesting, i was always giving my cat 240v, No wonder they kept dying out on me after a week or so. :D :p
     
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    Wise Guy

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    right i've seen some dodgy threads b4, but you guys have the dodgiest thread there is :D:D:D:D
     
  10. Snash

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    Thanks peeps - I've just snorted Stella up my nostrils and over my keyboard:p
     
  11. Mandex001

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    I think some of us need a little help, some more than others.
     
  12. happytechie

    Soldato

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    how do you guys stop the batteries shorting out on marine tropical fish?

    Mine kill batteries in seconds :confused:

    HT
     
  13. Biffa

    Man of Honour

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    Location: Surrey

    Wrap the batteries in lead. Stops them shorting out. The fish get really fit too.
     
  14. wasc

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    HA HA. This fred is so stoopid :D

    Me likes :)
     
  15. diogenese

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    Who's Fred:confused:
     
  16. TrUz

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    Fred meaning Thread, i think? :)
     
  17. diogenese

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    Oh, I fought it was the hamster:o :D
     
  18. Mandex001

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    Nah the hamster died... I got confused and ended up running it off of a 12volt square battery insted of the smaller 9v ones...
     
  19. Dutch Guy

    Capodecina

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    :rolleyes: is what comes to mind when reading this thread, very disturbing :D
     
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    Wise Guy

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    dum de dum...

    //*shakes head*:rolleyes: