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Ian Dumych

Member since: Dec 17th, 2007

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Tiny XP Rev 09: Windows XP with cuise control (Download Squad)

Jun 30th 2008 11:13AM Try searching for TinyVista on ;)

Mod your PSP the easy way (Download Squad)

May 14th 2008 1:52PM Sorry it's taking me so long to get the homebrew guide out. I have a new router on the way, so hopefully it will work well and I'll be able to get that done. Thanks for reading!

Mod your PSP the easy way (Download Squad)

May 13th 2008 3:33PM If the power light turns on but nothing else happens, something is wrong with the memory stick. Try researching a different method for preparing the memory stick. Normally, it takes about 2 seconds before the lights blink and the Pandora menu appears on the screen, after inserting the battery.

Electrasoft 32bit Web Browser (Download Squad)

May 7th 2008 4:55PM Wow, that's really amusing. That confirms a sneaking suspicion I had, then. When I tested it, I ran it in WINE. It must have used the Mozilla active X control, and so I was just using Gecko! Wow.

openSUSE 11.0 Beta 1 released (Download Squad)

Apr 23rd 2008 4:43PM Frankly, I'm not even going to try it until the next beta, there are too many major bugs right now.

Mod your PSP the easy way (Download Squad)

Apr 23rd 2008 3:13PM I don't understand why you would ask a question like that when the entire point of this article is to do exactly what you just asked.

Wine Doors 0.1.2: Install Windows apps on Linux, or at least try (Download Squad)

Apr 20th 2008 5:38PM Thanks for that update, sir. Please don't think I was trying to badmouth your program, I was just telling it like it is. I think it is very well designed, and I look forward to future releases!

How to check if your ISP is messing with your packets (Download Squad)

Apr 11th 2008 1:53PM Excuse me, but have you even been to the official bittorrent site? They have tons of legal content there, from big names.

Ubuntu Hardy: The latest and greatest or a total mess? (Download Squad)

Apr 1st 2008 4:31PM No way am I going to do a retraction. There is no reason to. The point of this article is that I personally, as an Ubuntu user, observe sloppiness in recent releases. Gutsy STILL has some huge bugs that have not been fixed. On both my box and my friend’s brand new Thinkpad, the Linux Framebuffer is broken, thus all the TTYs are invisible by default. They are still running, but they don’t display. Not only that, there is some weird glitch that always searches for a floppy device on my laptop, which means that the install CD hangs for about 40 seconds and that running GRUB install takes ages. This was not a problem in earlier versions of Ubuntu or other distros I’ve tried.

Ubuntu Hardy: The latest and greatest or a total mess? (Download Squad)

Apr 1st 2008 1:00PM Sorry guys, this is NOT an April fool's joke. I started working on this story several days ago.

It is true I have not run the software update since I upgraded. I have switched back to Gutsy for the time being, but I will try the Beta again soon.