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    Welcome

    to the home of JF Possibilities, Inc.

    We have 30 years of business computing expertise. At this time our main focuses are: webserver maintenance, website development, Linux programming and Android programming. If you need help building a website from scratch or simply maintaining, fixing or improving the performance of an existing one we can help. For more details on the services we provide see the "what we do" page.

    Here's what's new:

    In order for a PocketCHIP to be really useful it needs to be able to tell time. I was surprised that it couldn't. So I added a battery backed clock to it. [...]
    Going to throw out that old PPC Mac? How about giving it a new lease on life by installing Linux on it instead. Linux runs real well on PPC. [...]
    In this day and age software is a dangerous thing. What do you do if you get a ".deb" package that you would like to inspect before installation? [...]
    NTC is dead and along with them the C.H.I.P. and PocketCHIP. But I have backups of their package archive, GIT repositories, flash images and documents. [...]
    In an age where computing devices give outsiders unprecedented control over our lives, we the users need a "bill of rights" to protect us from them [...]
    Download a calculator for windows with advanced boolean algebra features, including IPv4 & IPv6 support. Plus it has lots of ways to store values for reuse [...]
    Download the Computer Geek's Calculator for the CHIP or PocketCHIP computers. Includes lots of number storage, boolean math operations, IPv4, IPv6, float.. [...]
    Over the years I've learned several unbreakable laws that affect software development. Its become apparent that others need to know these too! [...]
    I've used mbtPdfAsm 1.0.26 to script the assembly of multiple PDF documents on the fly. Recently I tried to re-compile this with GCC/G++ 4.3. [...]
    This is a quick and dirty personal repository for Debian packages. I use this procedure as an easy way to distribute packages to my personal devices. [...]