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Use OpenStreetMap on your Garmin GPS

OpenStreetMap (OSM) is a collaborative mapping wiki that anyone can make edits to, just as long as you register with the service. This means that maps can be frequently updated. Edits to OSM only take up to 2 hours to be available to everyone, whereas Garmin maps are updated on a yearly basis. Not to
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Guide: Install Lollipop on Samsung Rugby Pro/LTE (SGH-I547)

In this guide, I will walk you through installing Android 5.0 Lollipop on your Samsung Rugby Pro/LTE. This will also work with the SGH-I547c (Canadian model). We will be using a custom Lollipop ROM that was made by Motorhead1991 on the XDA developer website. If you want more info about this ROM, you can check out the XDA
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Bohd’s 2015 NYE House Party Mix

Track List: Rachel Row – Follow the Step (Justin Martin remix) JackLNDN – And What Mr FijiWiji – Let Me Out Meramek – Stepping Stones EDX – Breathing SCNDL – The Munsta (Nitro Fun remix) Insan3lik3 – Bliss The Beatangers – What’s That Sound Mausi – My Friend Has a Swimming Pool (The Magician remix)
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Use Proxmox VE To Turn Your Old Computer Into A Virtual Machine Server

If you are a computer geek like me, chances are you have a few computers lying around just collecting dust. Why not put them to good use and create a virtual machine server out of them? You could install Ubuntu or CentOS, setup VirtualBox and configure some virtual machines and waste time configuring scripts; or
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Internet Status Indicator – Arduino Project

In this project, I made a device that shows internet status using LEDs. I used red and blue LEDs because it went well with my overall design, but you may use any colours you like. Keep in mind that different LEDs have different forward voltage and current and may require different resistors. To calculate the
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DIY Computer Case using Ikea Ribba Picture Frames

Last weekend, I made a trip to Edmonton to go shopping at Ikea. While I was there, I picked up a couple of picture frames from their Ribba line to make a computer case that I can show off on my wall. As soon as I got home, I started working on this project. I
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