Wednesday, 30 May 2012
Never works the first time using some microcontroller. How hard Can it be to make it work as intended? Should'nt be hard at all to use such a simple feature.
If the tools were for linux I bet it would work...
Edit: also having enough power in the usb ports is a Good thing.. cheap screen manufacturers.
Running diablo 3 in linux mint using my previously stated solution apparently revealed a color glitch. Too much red in the login screen for example. This is odd because the same setup works good with wow. And the games both come from blizzard...
Solution will be posted here when I find one.
Tuesday, 29 May 2012
To use msn in fedora 17 you need to use emesene: http://blog.emesene.org/.
64bit package is available for example here: http://rpmfind.net//linux/RPM/fedora/devel/rawhide/x86_64/e/emesene-2.11.11-3.fc17.noarch.html
One refresh problem is when you make a plugin to eclipse. Then you need to make a feature project, and a site project to hold the feature, that can be added as a repository in the eclipse environment. When this site is updated it sometimes at the client fails to refresh. This is very annoying during development, and I can't see that it should be hard to fix.
Monday, 28 May 2012
There are no solutions if they aren't perfect.
The rear-wheel drive gives the best road feel. The cars in general are besides of the road feel built for to give the driver the best feeling of grip and road conditions.
Fedora gives the user control of the operating system without having to build it yourself, everything is where it is supposed to be, and the solutions are always the "correct" ones.
Ubuntu would be like (in sweden) a Volvo. It's boring and it can be thought of as almost as good as a BMW if you haven't owned one. However it lacks the perfection from Fedora, and you loose a lot of road feel, which corresponds to that understanding of the operating system can be rather tricky, since rather than making kernel patch solutions there can be an endless number of scripts from my experience. Cheaper to buy as in requires less time to configure compared to Fedora.
Mint is the Volkswagen. A simple car with standard solutions, actually it is pretty good and requires not so much attention. However it is based on the same platform-techniques as Volvo with fwd and perpendicularly mounted engines in mind (Mint is based on Ubuntu), so it can never reach to the perfection in driving feel that a BMW has. This one also requires less time than Fedora, but isn't trying to be bleeding edge on anything at all, Volvo at least has a lead on safety systems and hybrids!
Last I would have to say that Debian is the Audi. It is probably in general more stable on the road than Volkswagen or Volvo since they usually don't have perpendicularly mounted engines (other than Audi TT or A/S3 I think). It may be more practical than Fedora, but fedora is still the most perfect distribution.
They mostly don't include it in the distribution.
Also I will post a SSD installation guide.
Most of the fedora 16 tricks should work, I will test it later but look here if you are in a hurry:
Other fedora guides:
Complaining about gnome3:
Fedora 16 tutorial:
My old fedora 14 virtualbox guide:
Running visual studio in fedoa linux :
Visual mods to Fedora 16:
Universal for the most common distrubutions wine installation guide:
Sunday, 13 May 2012
Thank you dropbox for saving my data. But still, this is my second suspend-disaster with linux on laptops. From now on, I will disable suspend when using linux on my laptop.
Here is how to do it in Linux Mint, it is the same as in ubuntu: