Ubuntu 9.10 is out, get it at http://www.ubuntu.com/. I’m planning on checking out UNR this weekend.
My Acer Aspire One netbook is good but the 8GB SSD drive that it shipped with is still the biggest drawback. When I want to view HQ or regular YouTube clip (forget about HD), the SSD gets accessed and performance takes a dive. Videos stutter and playback is horrible. After looking at the ApireOne community […]
Tuxradar has a good review of Ubuntu Netbook Remix 9.04. I knew about maximus but I totally missed the part about virtual desktops being disabled.
The nice thing about my netbook is that I have no hesitation to wipe it clean and install a new OS on it. Which is what I did today after I downloaded Ubuntu Netbook Remix 9.04. It was released today and the instructions for installing off of a USB stick were very clear. It’s a […]
After I returned my defective Dell MINI 9, I shopped around for a replacement. I found a better deal with the Acer Aspire One AOA110-1588 from J&R Music. It was on sale for $229.99 and had free shipping. From the product web page Intel Atom N270 1.6 GHz Processor 512 KB L2 Cache, 533 MHz […]
For months my Xbox 360 has been complaining about the MTU being too small on my Internet gateway. This meant no updates and Xbox Live stopped working. I’ve been busy so I did not give it much thought. My brother Alek bought a new one for his apartment and hooked it up at my house. […]
My upgrade from Ubuntu 6.06 LTS = FAIL. Last week I created a VPS on Slicehost. I’ve been using Tektonic for a while now and have no complaints. The support is very good and I can backup my VPS for when I need to. I’m using Slicehost because I don’t want both of my domain […]
Get your latest copy of Firefox 3.0 here. Thursday openSUSE 11 comes out. It’s like an open source cosmic alignment of the planets. I’ve avoided the openSUSE 11 beta only because I don’t have the time. I’ve been kicking around Firefox 3.0 RC version and a couple of days ago, even Greasemonkey got updated for […]
Over a week ago I complained about WordPress users crying security wolf and not being able to recover their blog when the “Bad Thing(tm)” happens. Since then a real brawl developed on the support forum that could be summed up like so: One or more users is insisting that there is an XMLRPC exploit in […]
My Ubuntu T40 laptop is “only MOSTLY dead”. The built in LCD display is too dark to read and I replaced it with a HP laptop running Vista Home Premium. I feel slightly guilty about running Vista on it but it runs really well so ptthhhhppp. I put the T40 onto it’s docking station and […]