It was quite a surprise as yesterdays update list showed KDE4. They have unmasked and keyworded it for ~x86. Having mixed feelings, I started the emerge procedure which took a while until my system was up to date again.
If you try to go over the top with some things, then you should really do it instead of just using some tiny hacks. What about logging into your computer using a mobile phone? Sounds cool, huh? So let’s use it and get to work. As the title already says, you will need a bluetooth enabled phone, a […]
aRts is the old KDE Sound daemon which appeared around Version 2.0 of the KDE. Its purpose was mixing multiple music channels in real time – in other words playing a beep sound while playing music and so on as the common soundcard wasn’t able to do this. Later on hardware and drivers moved on and the main […]
That I am lazy if it comes to typing much shouldn’t be a secret by now, but mentioning it here might be wrong too – but it was the main cause for doing some research for an alternative login method. Fingerprints may sound fun, but if it comes to security or if you need to pass on the […]
This article is part of the OQO odyssey series – You can find the previous posts here, here and there. If you think, the rest of the installation would be a cakewalk, you are under a misapprehension. But let’s talk about it one after the other. I should start my report at kernel level which was the first […]
This article is part of the OQO odyssey series – You can find the previous posts here and here. In general, installing linux shouldn’t be a great problem – I guess those were my words right before powering up the umpc again for starting the bootstrap process as I used to do. But I have missed several things: […]