By Antero Hytönenanzah. Saturday, May 5, 2007 9:49:39 PM
When managing Windows, there's not too many options, but Unix/Linux has quite modular structure. In most cases window manager can ge changed from graphical login screen, in other cases by editing one row in config file.
But what's window manager?Read more...
By Antero Hytönenanzah. Sunday, March 11, 2007 6:48:53 PM
If Battle for Wesnoth would be first person shooter with similar level of quality, it would be quite likely be lot more popular. Now it's excelent fantasy role playing strategy game that doesn't look bad compared to commercial alternatives. Sure, there's no fancy 3D graphics, but that's not so important in genre like this.Read more...
By Antero Hytönenanzah. Tuesday, January 23, 2007 2:07:10 PM
As I mainly use FreeBSD, two of these programs don't work with Windows at all. Though Google finds few reviews
for you, if you want to find more readers that work in Windows. But for the rest of us, here's review of few free RSS readers. And if you're wondering what RSS is, I wrote post about it
some time ago.
This is not going to be comprehensive list of all readers, I have left some readers out that didn't seem to have features I want, so I haven't even tried them out. I use keyboard heavily and go through number of feeds daily, so that affects reviews too.
Let's start with the integrated readers Read more...
By Antero Hytönenanzah. Tuesday, December 19, 2006 1:37:53 PM
Most normal people don't need to install operating systems or debug their computers, but rest of us might use some tools for it. And if those tools run straight from CD without needing installed operating system, they're much more useful. So here's two CD:s with some tools. GParted
and Ultimate Boot CD
. Read more...
By Antero Hytönenanzah. Thursday, November 23, 2006 2:33:37 AM
Command line in general might look something that's not very useful and it's certainly not pretty. But looks can be deceiving, Unix command line actually has long history and people who developed it certainly believed in it too (though there's sort of Unix version 2
available). I would say it's still relevant for some people including me. Read more...