Month: April 2007

I heard about this story from a couple of different sources and it’s only fair to give them credit. The first was the Linux Action Show podcast and the 2nd was a Lifehacker article. So anyway, the popular proprietary disc …

Nero Linux, do we need it? Read More »

Well Ubuntu 7.04 has been out a few days now and I thought it was time I recorded some thoughts and opinions on it. I had a nightmare getting hold of the ISO on Thursday when it came out but …

Thoughts On Feisty Read More »

Well there’s not long to wait now. The new edition of Ubuntu 7.04 “The Feisty Fawn” is due for release tomorrow (Thursday 19th April) and personally I can’t wait. As you probably know by now if you’ve been here before, …

The Fawn Is Almost Upon Us (Ubuntu 7.04) Read More »

I was browsing the Ubuntu Forums today and someone asked “How can I export my playlists from RhythmBox?”, how easy must that be I thought. I was wrong. I had a look under the “music” menu thinking there would be …

HowTo: Export playlists from Rhythmbox Read More »

The OpenMoko project is aiming to give us a fully open-source, Linux platform for phones and mobile devices. “Free your phone” it says on their main page, that sounds good to me. Apparently it will implement a full Linux Kernel …

Going Loco For OpenMoko Read More »

I found another great application on my Ubuntu desktop today I hadn’t used before. It’s a photo editor/manager called F-Spot, kind of like an open-source Picasa if you will. I thought I’d share my experiences. It all came about because …

I found the F-Spot 😉 Read More »