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
Due to the long comment threads – especially those funny discussions between Grazer and Gina – I was forced to do something regarding usability. To be able to get to the end of the threads in time I set up pagination, just in case you wonder…
I am not sure if I may believe my eyes, but since I was ranting about TomTom not delivering the QuickGPS fix back in 2008 and about a year later, they finally did it: the QuickGPS Fix for my TomTom Rider II is out – it just showed up at the list of updates to be applied.
Quite some time passed by since I ranted about the missing quick-gps-fix for the TomTom Rider and I was about to forget about that missing feature. But as it seems, it’s us bikers again who are ignored again. Isn’t that an unkind behavior? Maybe time to look for alternatives that survive driving in the rain?
I recently got the chance to check out an apple server box and work with it for a little while, as the admin there was absent and some stuff had to be done – especially the updates which I had to do. Fine thing for sure, so I fired up the Apple updater that pulled in the updates […]
If you think that Changelogs are telling the truth, don’t forget that we’re in reality here. Regarding my TomTom Update review, it was more or less SciFi. The Quick GPS fix mentioned there doesn’t count for my TomTom Rider. In other words, bikers have enough time to wait for the satellite uplink to come up and therefor don’t […]