The Ultimate Mame computer
Quote from: paigeoliver on April 04, 2016, 10:23:08 pm

> Post on facebook asking for a free computer.
> Install the mame version that was current at the time that computer was manufactured.
> Bam, ultimate Mame computer.

> Almost everything anyone ever cared about was running full speed in Mame in 2003 on the hardware of that day.
> The list of exceptions is rather short and most of those have analog controls.

> The real world difference between having Mame from 2003 and Mame from today is like the difference between having a collection of the 400 greatest > games ever made and having a collection of the 405 greatest games ever made, except in this case the 400 game collection is free and the 405 game > collection costs $900.

Avatar: Legend of Korra

About 5 months ago on reddit I’ve read about an animation series “Avatar: Legend of Korra” and today I finally got to watching all 12 episodes of the first (and, so far, the only) season of the series about elements-controlling benders and the Avatar who is basically Captain Planet. Anime, steam punk, feels and plot twists are all present in this exciting story that I actually opened just to test streaming on my new plex setup and ended up watching all of it, given the episodes are just over 20 minutes each. Initially there were only supposed to be 12 episodes but now 4 seasons are planned with a total of 52 episodes. The next season is scheduled to air in less than a month, on the black friday of September, 13th. Meanwhile, I will probably check out the 2005 prequel.

pfSense on Mac Mini G4 / PowerPC

So I had an old Mac Mini (the G4) laying around which I have long wanted to find some use for. As my internet connection is slow (I live in Spain) and I wanted to do some sort of traffic shaping so that I could still stream media while downloading stuff, especially when leaving torrents and steam to download overnight while I stream myself some Husky before going to bed.

Long story short, I have purchased an USB Ethernet Adapter from DealExtreme (Branded as LogiLink) abd installed a 12.04.2 LTS Precise Pangolin version of Ubuntu Server, mainly because it’s easy to install and ppc version was available. However, it didn’t do everything I wanted it to do easily, so I started looking for options and pfSense got my attention. It’s based on FreeBSD so I should be able to run it on my PowerPC based device, however there are no installers for it so I would have to build it myself. Ok, let’s do it. Read On…

Greetings, stranger!

Finally, this site is up. I’ve always wanted an online notepad haven’t really gotten to it up until now, so here goes.

Meanwhile, kudos to SomeRandomDude for his great theme I’m using here. Here’s a link to the theme:¬†