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2011-01-15 :: David Sterry // Default
How To Tune a Yangqin

A number of years ago I purchased a Yangqin (pronounced yawng-tseen) for a relative but never saw it properly tuned. Today I learned a method for tuning and since I couldn’t find this anywhere I am going to document the process here. If you have any comments, I’d love to hear what I may improve […]

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The following is what I did to get Ubuntu 10.04 x86(32-bit) running properly on a Sony VAIO VPCF121GX PCG-81114L. This laptop is currently sold at Costco but shares the same body with many other VPCF12***X models. Sony has an annoying way of putting two model numbers on their laptops. I had more luck once I […]

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Most laptops that don’t have a CD drive can boot from USB but not all. This I found out with the Toshiba Portege 3500 Tablet that I recently was tasked to get up and running with a new operating system. I chose Fedora 12 after having seen some compelling footage of Fedora on a tablet. […]

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