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Tag Archives: Linux
This guess post at Greg Laden’s blog gives one man’s experience switching to Linux. It’s a repost from 2009, so the version numbers are a bit different (Ubuntu is at 11.10 now), but it still gives a pretty good idea … Continue reading
Linux Magazine has a review of the differences and suggests that in certain cases, such as if you have a NetBook, you shouldn’t upgrade yet, but just wait for the next release. I intend to upgrade my own system in … Continue reading
This time it’s from Serdar Yegulalp at Datamation. There does seem to be an “everything must be free” attitude in the open source community. I don’t know enough to say whether this results in precisely what the article suggests, but … Continue reading
Greg Laden provides a good guest post by Scott Rowed. I agree in general with what he has to say. I found that I did have some problems with wireless when I got my wife to switch using a defunct … Continue reading
While I started working online with a 300 baud modem and later operated a bulletin board at the same speed (eventually adding 1200 and then-oh joy!-2400!), I’m relatively new to Linux, and wasn’t even aware that w3m was available. Linux … Continue reading
… so this review of the new Opera, especially for Linux, should be valuable.
Fun YouTube Video (HT: Greg Laden): Except for the word “choise,” but I guess I’ll forgive that.
For those who may be even slower than I am, let me link to the solutions. Basically, upgrade your Pidgin to 2.5.7. Here is an explanation of the problem, and for those who use Ubuntu, as I do, the easy … Continue reading