Trying Fedora 19 Alpha here in a few minutes…. will write review soon!
Finally stopped procrastinating and started learning python. I am not yet informed enough to produce a tutorial, but I will write about using python as a shell once I am familiar enough with it.
Dragonfly BSD 3.4 was just released, and has DPorts, an aptitude-like package manager using FreeBSD’s ports as a base.
I may try it.
Random Tux wallpaper I found. It’s pretty cool/
Snuggled up with a a blanket and a good book.
…and by that I mean vintage Star Wars bedding and a good Linux guide.
Sorry about no updates in forever, I’ve been busy with school and getting college paid for.
How tech support works in Linux:
1.) have you tried turning it off and on again?
2.) have you read the manual?
3.) are you new to Linux?
4.) have you read the manual?
5.) check the logs
6.) have you read the manual?
7.) are you running the latest kernel?
8.) have you read the manual?
9.) follow this vague tutorial on a sketchy site and let me know when you’ve broken it more
10.) have you read the manual?
11.) flip a coin. If heads, reinstall your OS. If tails, it’s a hardware problem.
12.) RTFM. Goodbye.
Arch Linux install with Gnome 3.6: 3 hours
Minecraft on Arch Linux: 10 minutes
Steam on Arch Linux: 2 weeks, no success
Doom on Arch Linux: 2 weeks, no success
Quake on Arch Linux: 2 weeks, no success
*last three now work
Steam needs multilib enabled in pacman.conf, and the others run in DOSbox, though I’m hoping to eventually rewrite them to run natively