Attached is an nginx configuration file which sets up nginx to be a reverse proxy for the popular Steam Game Distribution platform; essentially creating a local steam cache server. The intent is to allow a large number of gamers to share an inexpensive, and therefore slow, internet connection without having serious problems due to everyone trying to update the same game at the same time (i.e. bandwidth contention issues at LAN parties).
Starting 2000 every 3 to 4 years or so I build a new PC. In 2000′ish it was Monica. In 2003 it was Hope. In 2006/7′ish it was Kayley. In 2010 it’s Penny. Sometimes I document the build process, most of the time though I just CBA. I guess that there has to be something special about the build for me to want to bother with any form of documentation, after all I spend so much time fussing about with computer hardware in my day job that it’s not really a novelty any more.
Well Penny is the first machine with which I’ve done SLI and water cooling. Yes I know neither of these are new concepts and people have been doing them for years, but for me it’s new ground and worthy of some documentation. Continue reading
So, seeing how the below text is floating around almost every european planetside forum I thought it wouldn’t hurt if I added it here. Lets hope this action gets noticed by Sony.
How do you feel about cheating in an online game? I’m talking about using third party software to alter the outcome of what would otherwise be a fair fight. If you’re like most of us you despise it. It eats away at a community from the ground up and if nothing is done about it the amount of cheaters tends to grow to the point that there’s simply no room left for gamers who play by the rules. This type of cheating can really ruin a great game and frustrate a lot of people. This is the current situation with Planetside.
I’m a gamer. I have been for a while. My first gaming PC was built quite a while ago. Originally assembled for use at some pretty cool LAN Meets. I bought myself the best system I could get, at the time, and it still works to this day. However with Doom III, Half Life 2 and Unreal Tournament 2004 all out soon I realised that I really need a new PC.
So three weeks before christmas I splash out and buy the best system I can get. (excluding the quad xeon I’ve been wanting to build for a while) Continue reading