The Humble Bundle is awesome as always. What is there not to like about cross platform (including Linux) and DRM free games? Plus buying helps support worthy charities like EFF and Child’s Play.
Posts Categorized: Linux
I just have to take a minute and thank @xdissent et al. for the amazing work done on ievms. I was able to install IE 6,7,8 and 9 virtual machines without hardly any work on my part. I am running Ubuntu 12.04, and after uninstalling the virtualbox package found in the standard repository and installing… Read more »
Your mileage may vary, but this worked well for me. I wanted to test one of our sites under load. Our sites generally get a lot of traffic, so when we move from staging to production we have to keep in mind that we’re about to go from 1 or 2 developers hitting the pages… Read more »
Last night our monitoring system started throwing errors about a hard drive filling up on one of our servers. Nothing out of the ordinary was going on, but I was doing some maintenance on one of the sites and removing some old spam comments from the system. We use wordpress, and it provides a handy… Read more »
It was driving me nuts. I was setting up a few virtual servers and the network interfaces were not showing up. I looked in dmesg and there were some odd lines that looked like this. udev: renamed network interface eth1 to eth2 udev: renamed network interface eth0_rename to eth1 It turns out that udev that… Read more »
I’ve successfully installed Debian Linux on an old Asus Laptop. My wife used it for a few years, but she was trying to use it for word processing, and a few of the keys stick every now and then. It’s been a goal of mine to get it running a newer version of linux, but… Read more »
I just ran into a problem with a WordPress blog I was setting up. I couldn’t upload any images or files to it. It turns out, my hosting provider, Nearly Free Speech.net, uses PHP safe_mode by default. It’s not that difficult to overcome, but it can be confusing when you run into it. Basically, it… Read more »