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David Latham
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So, completely hypothetical question... 

Let's say that you were less than gifted, and had a UniFi AC Lite AP that you hadn't mounted in the ceiling because you're really lazy and didn't have your house wired to the right location.

But rather than attach the mounting plate to the back of the AP to keep track of it, you'd misplace it and probably throw it away.. Because, as mentioned, you're about as stupid as a doorknob.

Now, let's further imagine that you finally did the whole crawlspace and attic thing to get a cable where you wanted it to go.

How would you now mount it, having lost the mounting hardware?

This is all entirely hypothetical, of course. I wouldn't do something that stupid. I'm just asking for a good friend.

Edit: sticky velcro it is. Looks very professional, not at all like it was done by some birdbrained yokel. Thanks, people.
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Some old fashioned overhead wiring in one of the more established parts of town.
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The leap second. :-)
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I've been telling my kids that the new star wars films made by Disney will be musicals. Here's proof.
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I have a need of learning how Vagrant works and this article got me started.
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oh jeez!  Is there any hope for the human race?
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I have spent this evening playing with yEd Graph Editor from yWorks. (http://www.yworks.com/en/products_yed_about.html).

Its a really polished application, free to use and runs perfectly on Linux.  They do say it runs best on the official Oracle Java JRE, but that's no problem because I have about 10 of them lying around in my home directory... :)

Give it a try.  It's almost a viable alternative to MS Visio.  Not quite but damn close!
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This is cool.
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had to share.  made me laugh.
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I really like the OpenSUSE Build service.  (https://build.opensuse.org/)  very cool stuff.  I used it to build an RPM package for this Realtek USB driver for my new WiFi Adapter.
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