A new release of this nice, compact KDE distribution - and some notes about installing it on one of my UEFI systems.
Jamie's Mostly Linux Stuff
Various thoughts and adventures, including but not limited to Linux, assorted bits of hardware new and old, and occasionally Windows XP/Vista/7.
I started working with what we called "analog computers" in aircraft maintenance with the United States Air Force in 1970. After finishing military service and returning to university, I was introduced to microprocessors and machine language programming on Intel 4040 processors. After that I also worked on, operated and programmed Digital Equipment Corporation PDP-8, PDP-11 (/45 and /70) and VAX minicomputers. I was involved with the first wave of Unix-based microcomputers, in the early '80s. I have been working in software development, operation, installation and support since then.
Another in the Acer Aspire 11.6" 1366x780 product line - but this time things didn't go as smoothly as I would have liked thanks to the wi-fi.
It has been a year since the last openSuSE release. Has it been worth the wait?
More bells and whistles than a traveling circus, this is a completely over-the-top Linux distribution.
I've been looking at pre-release versions of these three distributions. With final releases due in the next few days or weeks, they are shaping up very nicely.
Mix wired and wireless networking in a four-floor home, add a lot of inertia to be overcome, and you get a rather interesting case study.
A new release of the New Out Of Box Software for the Raspberry Pi, and there's a mind-blowing assembly language project in the Raspberry Pi Blog.
Another release in the Makulu Linux family, this the with the KDE desktop to join the Xfce desktop released a couple of weeks ago.
It's been 30 years since the birth of the X Window System. Here's what I remember of those early days.
Release candidates are out for Mint with the "other two" desktops. Here is a brief look at each of them, and some information about alternate kernel management in Linux Mint.
This is a very focused KDE-centric distribution - here's what I found out from testing it.
A new release of digiKam (4.0) hasn't made it to the openSuSE 13.1 general distribution yet. Here is an easy way to install it yourself.
A new release from this "over-the-top" Linux distribution always means there is a lot of fun in store. It just keeps getting better.
The final release of Mint 17 is available, here's how it works for me on UEFI firmware systems.
A new release of this specialised Linux distribution for forensic analysis and penetration testing is always good news