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Robertson Proposes Free Linspire Engineering for Linux iTunes

November 30th, 1999 2 Comments »

Many people have chided Apple for not porting it’s popular music software to Linux. Yesterday, in his blog post responding to Steve Jobs’ stance on DRM, Linspire Founder Michael Robertson offers a suggestion - let Linspire port iTunes to Linux.
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Linux On Your Linksys - A 5 Minute How-To

November 30th, 1999 4 Comments »

I was having issues with my Linksys WRT54G Ver. 6 router, and the Linksys forums definitely show others with the same problem. Obviously a firmware flaw at fault - no matter what combination of settings it just would not allow any PPTP VPN connections through. It would just hang at the authentication stage, blah.
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2007 Prius Hacks - Turn Off Reverse and Seatbelt Beeping

November 30th, 1999 26 Comments »

In order to disable the reverse beeping on your 2007 Prius, follow these instructions:

  1. Without your foot on the brake, turn on your Prius and make sure you are in ODO mode (not Trip A or B). Power off the Prius
  2. With your foot on the brake, turn on the Prius. As soon as the ‘Ready’ light is lit, press and hold the ODO button for at least 10 seconds.
  3. Keeping the ODO button pressed, move the shifter to Reverse and release, then press the Park button again. At this point, ‘b- on’ should appear on your dashboard display.
  4. You can now let go of the ODO button, and each press of the ODO button toggles between ‘b-on’ and ‘b-off’. To disable the reverse beep, simply set it to ‘b-off’, the power off the Prius.

And to disable each of the front seatbelt warning beeps, follow these instructions:

  1. Be sure someone is sitting in the seat which seatbelt beep you wish to disable.
  2. Without your foot on the brake, turn on your Prius and make sure you are in ODO mode (not Trip A or B). Power off the Prius
  3. With your foot on the brake, turn on the Prius. As soon as the ‘Ready’ light is lit, press and hold the ODO button for at least 10 seconds.
  4. Keeping the ODO button pressed, insert the seatbelt that you wish to disable the beep for. At this point, ‘b- on’ should appear on your dashboard display.
  5. You can now let go of the ODO button, and each press of the ODO button toggles between ‘b- on’ and ‘b-off’. To disable the reverse beep, simply set it to ‘b-off’, the power off the Prius.

These instructions may work for earlier model years as well, although 2006 and earlier models may require noone be in the seat which seatbelt is being disabled.

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