When I was 13, my brother brought home the first computer I'd ever seen. It was a TK-83 with 2 KBytes of RAM, an 16 KBytes ´expansion card´ and a Zilog Z-80 8 bits processor running at 3.25 MHz.
CP-400 with 64 Kbytes of RAM and a Motorola MC6809E 16 bits ´risc´ processor at 0.89 MHz. It was a huge advance: 16 colors thanks to a Motorola MC 6847 video controller.
About one year later, I changed the CP-400 for the best computer I've ever had, a MSX 1 (Expert XP-800): 64 KBytes of RAM, Zilog Z80A processor @ 3.58 Mhz and a Texas Instruments
What was your first computer ?
Saturday, October 9, 2010
I've been a happy Bacula user since version 2.2.26, and then decided to upgrade it to version 5.0.3. Unfortunately, according to Bacula 5.0.0 manual, "The server daemons (Director and Storage daemon) are no longer included in the Windows installer. If you want the Windows servers, you will either need to build them yourself (note they have not been ported to 64 bits), or you can contact Bacula Systems about this.". Well, I didn't feel confortable to contact Bacula Systems, so I downloaded the source code, enabled the Storage Daemon and cross-compiled Bacula 5.0.3 for win32. The Storage Daemon is working fine for me using a network attached storage. If you want to get a copy of this enhanced Bacula 5.0.3 for win32, click here.
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