As we finally got our web hosting clients migrated to using cloud services for communication (read: Google Apps) and more flexible publishing environments for web hosting (read: WordPress), I was … Continue Reading Linode On-Demand Server to Replace My Dedicated Hosted Server
I am lucky enough to have several computers with which I work and play. Some of my machines are dual-boot with Windows, but all are running a Linux distribution of … Continue Reading “I think I might like Ubunt…well, Linux Mint”
The technical analog to “Management by Shiny Object” would have to be “Upgrading by Deep Dependency”. I am usually very quick to speak highly of Gentoo Linux as both a Linux distribution … Continue Reading Upgrading by Deep Dependency
In my review of Ubuntu Linux 6.06 the other day, I mistakenly gave credit to the Ubuntu Team for the “Networking” applet (a.k.a. network-admin) I enjoyed so much. While it is probable … Continue Reading Correction: network-admin in Ubuntu
As many already know, I am a die-hard Gentoo Linux user…I use it at work, at home, and anywhere else I have machines used (primarily by me) to “hack“. Lately I’ve been … Continue Reading Kicking the Tires on Ubuntu Linux 6.06
The time has come ’round once again where I will be regularly presenting information to hungry graduate students. This last Saturday marked the beginning of my second year teaching a … Continue Reading Linux, Laptops, and Projectors…Oh, My!
I managed to give the latest Gentoo Linux a whirl just in time to rave about it at the LinuxWorld Conference and Expo in S.F. next week. I tried out a lot of the … Continue Reading Gentoo Linux 2004.2 Rocks!
If you’re like me, the official end-of-life dates for operating systems never come at convenient times. I’ve either just recently got everything “just so”, or don’t have the time or … Continue Reading Lack of “Official” Support for RH 7.2, 7.3, 8.0, or 9 Got Ya Down…?
One of the simple pleasures of teaching is being able to expose people to things they might never have found on their own…or at least not as soon. This term … Continue Reading Linux, OSS, and other good stuff…
Getting longer and longer between posts. With good reason…I swear. Between January and May I found myself in the position to teach a course in Management Information Systems at Dominican University. … Continue Reading WOW!