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21Dec Tuxes

As a long time Linux user, my love for Tux and penguins is enormous. Yesterday I’ve spent the day visiting once again the Zoo in Lisbon, where I’ve bought myself a gift. I’ll have some full-time company in my desk from now on 😀

03Jun Suse Studio – Create your distribution

The Suse team has created a fast distro creator. You can configure your own instalation images, not only by the packages that you want to be included, but also add extra files to it, anywhere. It’s completly free and a new image can be costumized in less than ten minutes, so, try it out!

14May Updates

After a long time without time, I’ve finally managed to update my WordPress installation and theme. It’s now using the latest 2.5.1 and, I think, it looks neat:) Also, after testing my SSH keys, I’ve found out that they were vulnerable due to a patch in Debian, which made the random number generator guesseable. If […]

24Apr Ubuntu 8.04 is out!

With a bunch of changes, the Canonical supported Linux distribution is ready for you to download it, and see that, indeed, Linux can be for Human Beings!! Quick post in a busy, busy week!

18Apr Hardy cds

The latest Ubuntu version is almost out of the oven! With less than a week remaining, cds are already ready for your orders! Go ahead, place your request at ShipIt from canonical, and have your cds freely shipped to you. Order some extra, spread the love, offer them to your friends and neighbors!

11Mar Gnome-Do

Recent gnome’s project, gnome-do, is awesome! For anyone not aware of it, you just time almost anything you want to do, and gnome will..Well, Do it! I’ve tried Queen, and the music started playing, a nick from a friend, and the conversation is open with pidgin, some page I’ve visited, and I get there imidiatly, […]