Click for larger image. Wubi (Windows-based Ubuntu Installer) is amazing. It’s one of those tools that should make 100s if not 1000s of people to try out Linux right away. But I am not sure if this tool is making as much noise as it should. If last time you tried to install Linux was [...]
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To observe server performance I have a separate monitor on my desk that I use to SSH from terminator with split screen. I usually use trafshow and htop to monitor and occasionally tail -f log messages. Which are mostly enough for basic server monitoring.
Limited to just 3,000 units until next year, the much vaunted and often delayed Pandora console is available for pre-orders as of September 30th! Just incase you’ve been living in a cave for the last couple of years, the Pandora is a one-of-a-kind Nintendo-DS sized clam-shell handheld, built around a top-of-the-line system-on-a-chip from Texas [...]
As a long time Photoshop junkie and Gimp fan, this week has been a joyous overload. Gimp 2.6 released today and Photoshop CS4 has been announced (they need some time to hype before release). And again the all important question is being asked by some overenthusiastic Gimp lover whether we have finally come close to [...]