That's good work and a good idea. I have DSL and have the
same problem after about a day of inactivity.
I have some of the components hooked up to some appliances.
Being a newbie I always like to have examples
I never thought there was a perl module for it.
Now I know.
I couldn't use the Firecracker software because of Win2k(roomate's 'puter, mine has been
dead for over a year.)
This is just another reason to love and hate perl.
Love: So many uses on SO MANY SYSTEMS/EASY TO PORT!
Hate: I'm going to buy MORE X10 Appliance Modules(**CHA-CHING)!!!
Now I wish there was a module to work with my Yo!MP3 player.
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