As the windows part was done, it is time to do the productive environment used for work – Gentoo Linux. As already mentioned in one of my previous posts, we are talking about a 64bit system. But before watching the GCC output, it’s time to look at some specs and hints. I’ll start with the CPU which specs […]
As my old notebook got to slow for my taste, I went out for getting me a new one. But that wasn’t a easy as suspected. After some time of comparing and reading reviews I have decided to go with a Lenovo W500, which is one of those systems that can be hardly wrecked. The preinstalled OS is […]
It is impressive to see, how we depend on working networks like the Internet nowadays. Sure, we often say that it isn’t a problem if we are offline. But such days can really piss you off.
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: […]
This article is part of the OQO odyssey series – You might want to read Part 1 first. As the windows installation was finished, I am adding my default software set containing Firefox, Thunderbird, OpenOffice, Antivir and some Sysinternals-Tools. But if you remember the first article about the installation, I have left 15 GB for a Linux installation […]