Yes, I’ve been caught by the Raspberry Pi fever. A bit late, but caught for sure. It all started with a friend of mine handing me a box, saying “Guess you can make use of that way better than I could.” That’s how things started – I’m sitting here, staring at a dark screen, a text console, hacking […]
After the last KDE Update an annoying message popped up at login here, showing me my last login time. Pretty uncool if you want your system to do its stuff automatically without confirmation of such dialogs. So I did a small research about where that bugger comes from. So far I didn’t find much in the KDE land.
Debian did release its Version 7 – named after the cuddly Penguin of the movie ToyStory, Wheezy. Time to update? Sure – painless as usual: Backup (did I already mention that I love vmware snapshots?) first, followed by a traditional update to have it all set before doing the real update: apt-get update apt-get upgrade
If you run out of disk space, it’s time to get yourself a newer one; Basic rule for users. In my case, I’m just the one who’s doing the technical work behind, which is less troublesome than the user. To save me some headache, I usually start by replacing the disk in the PC first and wiring up […]
Since quite some time I’m running Windows 8 on my Laptop. During this time I did see and track down quite a few bluescreens caused by malware scanners, drivers and last but not least caused by my Linux install. I am pretty sure it was my Linux install as changing back to windows lead to the big bang. […]
My last post was about some technical facts regarding the Crest 6 Master by Angelbird where I promised to publish some results of my daily-use test with using my Lenovo W500. First of all, keep in mind that the disk isn’t running full speed as my controller only offers 223.24 MB/sec, which is about half of the disks […]