Ubuntu isn’t as orangey-brown as it used to be. I don’t recall exactly when I last tried to use it, but I didn’t like it much. Yesterday, however, I got it playing ball with my ThinkPad X32.
Ever wanted to store stuff online but couldn’t afford web hosting? If so, Dropbox is your answer! Dropbox offers both free and paid for storage online, the free storage has a limit of 2GB, whereas paid sotrage has a limits Continue reading
On the UNIX command line, the `which` command is great, it tells you where a command is in the system. However, if your system has two versions of the `ls` command, it will only tell you which `ls` command you Continue reading
Since my last post I eventually got around to trying to install Debian and Fedora onto my spare box…But it would appear that neither would run on it…I spent today jiggling my main box around to fit not only Windows Continue reading
OK, exams finished on Thursday…I let myself recoup on Friday and today I decided have a play with my spare tower…Up until recently I have had OpenSuse 10.2 on there running GNOME (the CPU is an old AMD Athlon and Continue reading