Member since: Jul 28th, 2006
Apr 2nd 2008 6:00PM Have you been performing distro upgrades with each new release, or have you been reinstalling with each new release? In my experience, the former never goes well. I always perform a fresh install. You have to reinstall your apps but as long as you back up your /home before doing it, it's hardly any bother.
Apr 1st 2008 1:17PM "Now, I know people are going to point out that this beta isn't meant for daily use, but that just doesn't cut the mustard."Yes, actually it does. Beta doesn't mean in Linux what it means to, say, Google. Beta is unfinished, buggy, and only released so that the community can help debug. A beta release of Ubuntu is absolutely *not* meant for daily use, end of story.It's still a few weeks until the final release. Do you realise how much work will go into 8.04 between now and then? I'll bet you a fiver that the final release will be rock solid. So nur. :p
Feb 15th 2008 5:50AM Nadiv, Linux has a built-in firewall called iptables. On Linux, rather than running a firewall application, what you do is run a front-end for iptables. It amounts to the same thing though. I recommend Firestarter due to its user-friendliness.
Feb 15th 2008 3:31AM Great article, Kristin. I never bother to run AV software on Linux. I don't think anyone else I know does either. I don't care if any nasties make their way to Windows machines, they're bound to get them sooner or later anyway. ;)
Jan 17th 2008 5:29PM I use ps, kill and top every day. Well maybe not kill, but certainly the other two.
Jan 14th 2008 9:55AM GEdit has syntax highlighting too.
Dec 2nd 2007 6:25PM It isn't bad for what it is, but there are nowhere near enough people playing and it gets boring quite quickly.
Oct 17th 2007 6:28PM In other news, bears believed to shit in woods.
Sep 26th 2007 6:19PM The second paragraph of that article says that not only is it version 2.0.4 *and prior*, but also that version 2.3 is unaffected.I think you should post an apology, Ted.
Aug 6th 2007 6:29PM As someone who played and loved both IM and IM2 on the Commodore 64, *any* kind of graphical improvement is good! I can't wait for this one.By the way, play.com is listing it as a 31/08/07 release, while Amazon says 10/08/07.
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