Many times in my journeys of distribution hopping, I’ve run across rabid fans and communities  I’ve written a guide for new users on how to understand the vitrol that rabid zealots spew in Linux communities  Those problems are all very easy to see…but these articles deal with only the tangible problems in these […]
Most, if not all, top distributions of Linux ship a live CD that allows an end user to preview the operating system without installing it. Foresight Linux is the exception. Now, this isn’t because they don’t WANT to have a Live CD…they do. The problem is that rPath, the creators of rBuilder Online, have discontinued the […]
Gettinther announced that build 3.7…a developer environment snapshot intended as proof of concept…has been released. This is an unofficial release…It’s stable…but we consider it not even an alpha quality release…mainly because it is being used as a proof of concept to show the new technologies we’ve integrated. Gettinther wanted to have a bit larger test […]
Some of you may have noticed that Planet Unity got a face lift recently. I took a page from Linux Mint and their planet page and grabbed Gregarius which is a feed reader that aggregates your feeds into a central feed and has some really nice display options including tags for individual feeds. This gives […]
What usability reasons do you have for using Gnome vs. KDE? I’m looking for usability issues here and not specific bugs that cause you to drop one on its head. Bugs can be fixed. I’m talking about hard features that lack from one environment to the other. What makes you use it in Ubuntu versus KDE? Remember, not bugs…features!
Demasiado Personal writes “There’s a game studio made by only two people, that released an excellent game for Windows, called World of Goo. I recently saw that the piracy on this game is over 95%, and it’s only a 20 dollars game.” The blog brings up another valid point “Now, the fun begins. Some of […]