Following up on my previous post here are the tweets of 2009 so far.
So I found out that Twitter will not keep all my posts forever so I activated the weekly recapture feature on our new wordpress site that will produce a blogpost here each week allowing me to look back later and giving me at least some control over my posts in terms of backing up and stuff. With regards to the old posts I just went and grabbed everything there is with the earliest post from the 7th of August 2008. Not sure if I did any tweeting before that.. so without any more rambling..
So my manager at work recently sent a question to some of our team members
wondering what we think about this article on SD Times and the presented view about Mono outpacing Java on Linux. Here are a couple of my thoughts…
There are a few different aspects to the usage of Mono and Java that can be compared, so lets talk about them one by one.
After lots of pain with data recovery and associated fun due to my master harddisk totally dying on me, I am back up with a brand new install of Feisty. My old install of Dapper with all the working setup is toast. I was able to copy some files off the partition, but thats about it. In that sense I am missing part of the reference I was going to use for setting up Feisty and I currently don’t have a system that does all I want. So there is a lot to do and here is what I have done so far in terms of tweaking.
No… I am not going to tell you anything about animals now. I will talk about upgrading and customising the latest and greatest Ubuntu Linux distribution codenamed Feisty Fawn. It is going to be released as a final relase later this month named Ubuntu 7.04.
Wow.. so you have got your camcorder ready and want to take up the challenge of authoring your videos with Linux. I made the same choice and want to show you how to get your system ready to capture those video via your
IEEE1394(Firewire) card. All following instructions are valid for Debian GNU/Linux as installed from Knoppix and detail how I got things to work. I used all sorts of sources in the internet as well as a little help from fellow members of the <a
href=”http://www.vlug.org” target=”_blank”>Victoria Linux User Group.