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[#] Tue Jun 06 2017 19:20:24 EDT from Ladyhawke

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Of course it's you, Aahz.  Rule #4 is forever.  <g>



[#] Fri Jun 09 2017 10:23:38 EDT from fleeb

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I have a perfectly fine question that cannot be properly googled.

I sincerely want to know who put the bop in the 'bop shu-bop shu-bop'.

It's an interesting question to me, but I find that some asshole wrote a song about it, and that's the only thing that comes up in Google.

[#] Fri Jun 09 2017 11:19:32 EDT from Ladyhawke

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Fleebie, It was the shoop-shoop that put the bop in shu-bop, of course!  But if you really want to know, "it's in his kiss".



[#] Fri Jun 09 2017 11:35:20 EDT from fleeb

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Ah, right. His kiss put the bop in the 'bop shu-bop shu-bop'. I'm guessing he was thereafter arrested on spousal abuse.

Well, I plan to create a machine with serial access memory, named the 'Ramalamadingdong'.
When people ask who put ram in it, I can correct them.

[#] Fri Jun 09 2017 12:51:36 EDT from zooer

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After a heavy night of drinking Gerry Goffin came in to work to continue working on a song with partner Barry Mann, while looking over the lyrics sheet he turned to his partner and said, "Who Put the Bomp in the Bomp, Bomp, Bomp?"  Neither of them knew who did it.



[#] Fri Jun 09 2017 12:55:15 EDT from fleeb

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If that's the truth (and it very well could be), I figure songs have been written on more banal premises.

[#] Fri Jun 09 2017 17:03:00 EDT from Ladyhawke

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Fri Jun 09 2017 11:35:20 AM EDT from fleeb

Ah, right. His kiss put the bop in the 'bop shu-bop shu-bop'. I'm guessing he was thereafter arrested on spousal abuse.

Well, I plan to create a machine with serial access memory, named the 'Ramalamadingdong'.
When people ask who put ram in it, I can correct them.

Unless it was Bill Cosby....



[#] Sat Jun 10 2017 14:55:17 EDT from zooer

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Fri Jun 09 2017 12:55:15 PM EDT from fleeb

If that's the truth (and it very well could be), I figure songs have been written on more banal premises.

There is three things you should know about me.

1) I can't count.

2) I make stuff up.



[#] Sat Jun 10 2017 23:31:43 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

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I sincerely want to know who put the bop in the 'bop shu-bop shu-bop'.


That job used to get done by a team of skilled experts somewhere in Pennsylvania, but these days it's all done by cheap Chinese labor, and the shu-bop shu-bop has never been quite as good since then.

Google knows, but they don't want *you* to find out.

[#] Fri Jul 07 2017 14:31:45 EDT from Ladyhawke

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Rain, Rain, if you're here to stay, can't you fall the other guy's way?



[#] Fri Jul 21 2017 17:47:51 EDT from interrupt

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I have not used a term app like telix in a zillion years. I have to do some console commands on some routers and i have to find a term app that i can use for a serial connection. i am so out of it that i didnt even know they had usb to serial cables. any suggestions?
email me warren@linuxsystems.us

[#] Fri Jul 21 2017 17:49:17 EDT from interrupt

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lets see if i recall my torment from yester year. LANCE ROMANCE! ThE CLevelanD PHrankster~! Officially recognized SlAyEr of LoD :D, haha Latex is best man! Wow i did it.

[#] Sat Jul 22 2017 21:14:02 EDT from nonservator

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I just found a solution for myself before I realized I had the problem: http://qodem.sourceforge.net/ "A public domain reimplementation of the DOS-era Qmodem". And a fine piece of work it is.

[#] Mon Jul 24 2017 07:36:42 EDT from Haven

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For Windows, PuTTY works great for use with serial to USB cables.  I used it all the time as a Network Engineer to configure switches, routers, and some firewalls.   I just setup connections based off which serial port the USB was emulating, and off it went.  



[#] Tue Jul 25 2017 11:24:35 EDT from fleeb

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I expect 'LoD' means something different to you, interrupt, but anyone willing to slay them (from my perspective) is a happy, fun person to me.

[#] Tue Jul 25 2017 12:44:37 EDT from zooer

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Land of Devastation, the old BBS door game? http://www.smbaker.com/games/land-of-devastation-classic



[#] Tue Jul 25 2017 12:54:14 EDT from fleeb

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Lab on Demand, or Learn on Demand... described internally as the 'least bad' solution for a problem we have.

Although, it's still a bad solution.

[#] Tue Jul 25 2017 13:18:01 EDT from bennabiy

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I will post here, as well as email.

 

I use GTKTerminal for linux serial terminal. Works great, just make sure you are a member of the dialout group typically to get non root serial access.

Fri Jul 21 2017 05:47:51 PM EDT from interrupt
I have not used a term app like telix in a zillion years. I have to do some console commands on some routers and i have to find a term app that i can use for a serial connection. i am so out of it that i didnt even know they had usb to serial cables. any suggestions?
email me warren@linuxsystems.us

 



[#] Wed Jul 26 2017 07:32:52 EDT from fleeb

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Oh, right.. USB to Serial cables... they've had those for a long time, and they kinda sorta work okay, but I think I saw a lot of problems with them in the past. Maybe they're better now.

You can also find devices that specifically go from serial to TCP/IP address/port.
Those work better than you'd think. I expect the only folks using them are those who haven't entirely migrated some legacy solution into the previous age of computing, let alone the latest. Of course, I saw this in the broadcasting industry, because they're only now starting to grasp digital.

[#] Wed Jul 26 2017 10:06:45 EDT from kc5tja

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For my homebrew computer hacking, I decided to skip the USB/RS232 cables on account of their expense. Instead, got myself an ESP8266 microcontroller for 1/5th the cost of the cheapest USB/RS232 cable I could find, and will be using that as my interface instead.

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