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Fossil anyone ?

Posted 11-02-2009 at 02:03 PM by infochen
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I have been using fossil scm for the last half year and I am very pleased with it.

Being a longtime svn user, you need to get your head around it but eventually, I believe this tool is just great.

I actually started with git but due to the fact that installing more than just the basics did not work out, I switched to Fossil, partly also because I am a big fan of Sqlite which has been developed by the same person.
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A question answered.

Posted 11-02-2009 at 05:16 AM by rich_c

Well, ever since I first heard of Hannah Montana Linux, I wondered if there was any mileage in themed remasters.

In order to get some idea myself, I remastered PCLinuxOS Zen Mini with some cosmetic changes for a dog owner forum. Generally not very tech oriented people at all...

I tried to provide as much easily accessible information as I could, including info for using Live CDs etc. but the underwhelming response I got was it was still all too much for them to understand......
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Posted 11-01-2009 at 03:35 PM by Indymaynard

This is one of those funny subjects that you just can't help but see the irony in. Linux users want to write applications in Microsoft programming languages. I only say Microsoft programming languages because it is well known that any language standard that would otherwise exist is immediately smeared under the desk when Microsoft gets their fingers into it.

Getting back on track, I wanted to mess around with Mono a little bit because...because...hmmmm...because it was there. I found...
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How to set and execute PATH, xbindkeys, wireless & LAN

Posted 11-01-2009 at 11:52 AM by exmatech

I am using linux slackware
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Upgrade Ubuntu from Jaunty to Karmic

Posted 10-31-2009 at 10:55 PM by Sonneteer
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My first attempt to upgrade to Karmic was met with an error about ubuntu-minimal missing. The problem being the mirror I had selected was not synced with the new distro yet. (The "Select Best Server" option probably thought it was a good mirror precisely because nobody was downloading thousands of packages from it yet) So after switching to a different mirror, the upgrade went pretty smoothly.

In addition to the improvements one can find on many another review, a few things...
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