|Jenolan||:||I thought Oz had more brain cells than the yanks ... what precious idiots ring triple-0 because Facebook is down <sheez>|
|marjon||:||Just a thanks to Norm, Norm its not too bad in a retirement village, I have been in one for 18 years!!|
|Jenolan||:||@puffingbilly Added your shout to the blog|
|Puffingbilly||:||Just updating further to Norm's announcement. Neither T4 or T6 run under Windows 10, so unless I can get my son to create a dual boot system on my new PC I will not be able to beta test LOC56 which effectively means the RBR has run its last scenario. I will update further once I can establish whether the dual boot is achieved. Cheers Ron|
|Jenolan||:||New blog: Fix it!|
|Jenolan||:||New blog: Norm Retirement|
|Jenolan||:||My main computer blew itself ... things may not be good for a while will fix stuff when able|
|Jenolan||:||News: CESS v0.13 Link Busting & RTE|
|shenley||:||Sorry, my mistake. That's even better.|
|Jenolan||:||Did not say my site was shutting down, only that Trainz has been flushed....|
This is not a whinge session, just an update on living in the bush.
The storms that arrived during February were quite something, next door a lightning strike took out their transformer. Multiple days we were without power, the phone was off more than it was on and is still faulty.
Power wise, I bought a new generator big beastie a few months ago as Edison's has a special 50% off then PayPal offered 20% off the price so I stumped up the $1,000 odd so that we had enough grunt to keep the fridge and freezers going. Without that we would have lost all of our farm meat, kill a sheep style. So saved there, also we had one that hit really close, it took everything out and also fried the TV system antenna, booster, power, cabling was all kablooied changed all that and still no boob tube so had to get the guy to come out, easy with his magical level detector the new antenna needed to be pointed a bit differently than the old one.
The weather station also lost its mind and at the same time my computer and the server had a joint drop of the guts ... most of my coding stuff was scrambled, was able to recover the program code itself but the server data was not recoverable, oh well that's what happens with electronics from time to time.
Building a new server, bought an old refurbished HP Z400 workstation, removed the HDD and just installed two SSD drives for it to replace the old Dell server that was not worth fixing, it will do the weather station and also run the local development web stuff I still like to tinker with from time to time.
Anyway summer is almost done, winter is coming.