• mo (unregistered)


  • Stephan (unregistered) in reply to thinice

    So how would you get the electricity needed to operate the bolt (and most probably an intrusion alarm) into the door?

    Ah wait... On a non-Ubuntu door you could use wireless juice...

    That would also reduce the chance of someone drilling through what looks like a class A door (or the concrete wall next to it) and into a flexible wire on the other side in order to... cut it and leave the whole thing entirely inaccessible?

    At that point, that sigh for a job well done would really come in handy.

  • Dumpert.nl (unregistered)

    We copy pasted the image, thanx (http://www.dumpert.nl/mediabase/340241/46c6f698/remote_cd_deuropener.html)

  • Adam (unregistered)

    In our company we had server that crashed frequently (once a day) and someone had to push the reset button. Too bad if it was in night hours when nobody was on place. Our solution was similar - another computer with cd tray pressing reset button on server :)

  • Don (unregistered) in reply to Keithius

    Kudos for the obscure Simpsons reference, a la Kent Brockman.

  • Tchoko (unregistered) in reply to Wrapped in a riddle

    AHAHAHHAHA i agree with you

  • jonny rocket (unregistered)


  • ENC (unregistered) in reply to Dirk Diggler

    No one? really? I guess the internet on my Ubuntu laptop is not real...

  • Macrowizards (unregistered)

    Try doing that with windows, Ingenuity + Linux saves the day

  • Dan (unregistered) in reply to Macrowizards

    err..right click on drive and click eject

  • fdf (unregistered)

    Emanual sent his girlfriend to the office the next morning at 7:00am.

    She came in through the bathroom. window....

  • eric bloedow (unregistered)

    reminds me of a gag program someone once e-mailed my father: "click here to receive your complimentary cup-holder." click it, and the cd-rom tray opens...get it?

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