/Trackballs/ is a Marble Madness or Gyroscope clone. Gyroscope was the first C64 disk game I ever had. I was given it by someone but I don’t remember who now.. hmm. must download this tomorrow!
She likes soaps, you like sci fi. She wants to watch East Enders but you want to watch Alias. Problem eh? This could be handy then.
Right, this is a completely personal observation. On my redhat 8 box here at work, KDE just kicks the ass off Gnome 2 for speed. I don’t use the file manager of either environment much, so this is simply and observation on how using Galeon, Gnome Multi-terminal, xchat and Kmail […]
This site is a great source of useful information, despite what the title says!
While searching using a popular search engine for Bash help I found a few goodies: Unix: The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly – short article on the short-comings of Unix, from a user-friendly perspective. While I agree that “info” is horrendous, the much more useful “pinfo” is much better. […]
The Linux Kernel’s Next Incarnation – I think it’s probably mostly speculation though, but it’s a nice “fluff” piece.
On Qmail:Valen had admitted to having hacked QMail to support Oracle DB Backend while working for a prominent Irish company..<Valen> Why do I get the shit jobs ? I think I preferred cleaning autopsy tables more than hacking qmail.
mcblue – very nice theme for Metacity.
How to loop over filenames with spaces – I knew this, but it had disappeared in the recesses of my brain. > for f in `cat /pathtolist/mp3.txt` do cp “$f” /newdirectory done You didn’t say exactly how the file is organised, so I’m going to guess one filename per line. […]
Having just spent the last half hour working in Word I’m not going to rant about Open Office. Word works better than Open Office from what I can see. It’s the small things. Like when you have a bullet list and you tab indented text below the bullet. In Word, […]