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Archive for November 19th, 2018

RegExr: Online Regular Expression Testing Tool

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/11/19

[WayBack] Kevlin Henney – Google+ reminded me of RegExr. Then I found out I collected the below links in 2010, but never published them. Hopefully a few still exist. Let’s see… yup: all do, but archived just in case.

Some other links (that show how much the landscape changed in 8.5 years time):


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EPOX EP-8RDA3i motherboard with code FF before POST starts

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/11/19

From a long time ago: EVGA motherboard are very similar to EPOX ones (they

Once I had an FF motherboard code before even the POST started on an EP-8RDA3i motherboard.

Basically taking everything out, clearing the CMOS and putting everything back in solved the problem:

The capacitors were still OK.


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Refurbish the battery on an HP P410 BBWC | Opensource Blog

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/11/19

TL;DR: BBWC are using NiMh batteries that you can replace with bigger ones.

Source: [WayBackRefurbish the battery on an HP P410 BBWC | Opensource Blog

Via: [WayBack] Very useful hack if you are running old HP Xeon servers and want to use the original disk controllers and spinny rust. – Alan Cox – Google+


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