The FreeBSD Release Engineering Team recently announced the availability of FreeBSD 7.1-RELEASE, the second 7-STABLE release (7.0 was released a year ago, in February). FreeBSD 7.1 improves on the functionality of FreeBSD 7.0 and introduces some new features. The changelog includes kernel changes, new hardware support, storage and filesystem
I’ve recently decided to rip all my Audio CDs, as I was only listening to them using Amarok on my PC and it was getting really difficult to manage my entire collection. I tried several ripping software from Grip to Rubyripper and k3b but neither of them worked out
I’ve recorded another screencast showing how to setup Apache with SSL enabled on Slackware Linux. I used my previous Slackware 12.2 installation and the video is available on vimeo (again, registered vimeo users can download the original AVI version).
IEs4Linux is a tool that allows you to use Microsoft Internet Explorer on Linux. It uses Wine and it’s mostly useful for web developers that need multiple platforms for testing, but also for regular users browsing websites designed for IE. The installation is simple, just download the tarball and