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<strong>MediaWiki has been successfully installed.</strong>
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This page is a work in progress. I will likely be migrating my existing [https://www.ebower.com/docs/docbook DocBook] documents over to Wiki Format. As they show up you'll see links here, until then please enjoy:
  
Consult the [//meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Help:Contents User's Guide] for information on using the wiki software.
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[https://www.ebower.com/docs/ https://www.ebower.com/docs/]
  
== Getting started ==
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And now available on the Dark Web at:
* [//www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Manual:Configuration_settings Configuration settings list]
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[http://rn6g7xhttyls7qca.onion/docs/ http://rn6g7xhttyls7qca.onion/docs/]
* [//www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Manual:FAQ MediaWiki FAQ]
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* [https://lists.wikimedia.org/mailman/listinfo/mediawiki-announce MediaWiki release mailing list]
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* [//www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Localisation#Translation_resources Localise MediaWiki for your language]
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= Why not DocBook? =
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DocBook works great as a structured document framework. It's excellent for publishing books and it lets you do fantastic things in a format-free environment. But my documents are much more fluid and not really designed to be published. With a Wiki edits are trivial and reformatting is just changing the CSS. With DocBook it's changing the XSD (easy) and then recompiling all of the documents and republishing them (tedious - especially if I have unmerged changes pending for some documents). I love DocBook for what it does well, but when everyone is reading the web content a Wiki is just easier.
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= Ubuntu, Linux in General, and More =
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* Some notes on [[Vim]]
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* Installing [[KVM]]
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* Using [[LVM]] to merge physical drives into a single partition
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* Using [[Samba]] on Ubuntu
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* Using [[MakeMKV]] on Ubuntu
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* [[Detecting SNI with Apache]]
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* [[Client IP Visibility]] when the source IP isn't the client IP
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* Some simple [[Whatismy Websites]] using Apache virtual hosts to answer simple questions
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* My experiences with the [[OnePlusOne]]
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* Building a [[Raspberry Pi Chromecast Remote]]
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* [[WEMO]] light switch controls using ouimeaux
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* [[INSTEON]] and how to control it
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* Why would I have a page on [[Windows8]]?
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* [[Raspberry Pi Initial Setup]]
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* [[Project Fi]]
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* CLI Hangouts messaging using [[Hangups]]
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* [[Dark Web]]
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= Photography =
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* The [[Nikon/Df|Nikon Df]] camera.
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* [[Nikon/Post_Processing|Post Processing]] options.
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* The Nikon [[WU-1a]] WiFi adapter.
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* The [[Lytro]] camera.
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= Cooking =
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* The [[Cooking/Stoker|Stoker]] Power Draft Controller
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* [[NYC/Food|NYC Food Recommendations]]
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* [[Recipes]]
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= Games and Entertainment =
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* [[Google Glass]]
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* [[Chromecast]]
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* [[TDK Cast Speakers]]
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* [[Android TV]]
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* Using a [[Google Voice Primary Number]]
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* [[Nest/IslandAire|Connecting a Nest to an IslandAire PTAC]]
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* [[Plex]]

Latest revision as of 21:16, 26 March 2018

This page is a work in progress. I will likely be migrating my existing DocBook documents over to Wiki Format. As they show up you'll see links here, until then please enjoy:

https://www.ebower.com/docs/

And now available on the Dark Web at: http://rn6g7xhttyls7qca.onion/docs/


Why not DocBook?

DocBook works great as a structured document framework. It's excellent for publishing books and it lets you do fantastic things in a format-free environment. But my documents are much more fluid and not really designed to be published. With a Wiki edits are trivial and reformatting is just changing the CSS. With DocBook it's changing the XSD (easy) and then recompiling all of the documents and republishing them (tedious - especially if I have unmerged changes pending for some documents). I love DocBook for what it does well, but when everyone is reading the web content a Wiki is just easier.

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