Put Linux on your laptop Anyone who’s ever had the notion to put Linux on their laptop would do well to check out the aptly titled site Linux on Laptops, a good resource for (you guessed it) laptops and Linux. … Continue reading
FC6 is here, at last, and we’ve been busy putting it through its paces to let you see what’s new. There’s lots of information below, along with some freshly taken screenshottery, but you’re probably most interested in the following questions: … Continue reading
Fedora Core 6 is Out, Really “Fedora Core 6 (FC 6) is now available, offering Red Hat users a view of the latest and greatest in open source technologies…” Official announcement, reviews within.
Adobe Flash 9 Beta Debuts on Linux OS Adobe expects to have the official Flash 9 release for Linux sometime in 2007…
How to install Photoshop on Ubuntu The PublicidadPixelada weblog has a 7-step tutorial for installing industry-standard graphics editor Adobe Photoshop CS2 on Ubuntu using Wine (a project that lets Linux users run apps designed for Windows). If there’s one thing … Continue reading
Pychess 0.2 Pychess is a chess application which aims to be both fast, beautiful and simple, but at the same time have features for both networkplay and adwanced chessanalyzis. You can grab the fairly stable 0.2 release at Homepage: http://pychess.googlepages.com/home … Continue reading
A review of the Glom graphical database front-end Glom is an interesting graphical database front-end I’ve been meaning to try out for some time. Someone asked about graphical database front-ends on the #mysql IRC channel recently, and that prompted me … Continue reading