Es scheint – schon länger – in Mode zu sein, potentielle Spieler quasi in’s kalte Wasser zu schmeißen. Aktueller Beanstandungsgrund grade: The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. (Oder Ace Combat 6, Kingdom under Fire etc. pp). Man wird sofort von Ratten, Untoten und Goblins angegriffen und soll sich nebenbei noch die Bedienung merken.
Ich fand das Konzept von Fable besser; man wird langsam an die Spielbedienung herangeführt, mit nicht zu starken Gegnern, einer in die Geschichte eingepassten Ausbildung etc.
Welcome aboard, new Toy. It’s a Jabra BT250v Bluetooth headset.
Configuration on Linux a painless joy, just follow the instructions on the bluetooth alsa homepage.
For dapper this means you only need to
apt-get install btsco or get the latest version from the website
Livejournal’s password protected feeds are working again.
Grab the latest release on the Download location!
Ok. Changing the URL only seemed to help once. Seems the digest authentication is broken 🙁
Livejournal seems to have changed their feed URL scheme from http://www.livejournal.com/users/<username>/data/rss to http://<username>.livejournal.com/data/rss.
So if you’re encountering errors like “text/html is not an XML media type” on LiveJournal.com’s feeds, update the URL and anything will be fine again.
I’m not dead. Just doing the “for Food” part a lot.
Let me summarize some news on my pet projects:
Xchat v2.6.x is ugly to compile on Windows and needs work and time which I do not have at the moment. So you need to either stick with 2.4.5 or use another package.
I’m sorry, right now it does what I want and cannot invest time in it (there seems to be a little bug with Livejournal protected entries right now).
Effort to develop the shared memory runtime configuration has significantly slowed down but I’m working on it, currently integrating the differences to the latest offical public release.
Today I uploaded the SDK for X.org 6.9 RC 2.The SDK was built using UbuntuBreezy Badger.A SDK for RC1 is also available
Another episode in the productive life of Mark Pilgrim: Dive into Greasemonkey
The recently released VMWare Player is designed to run existing virtual machines.
However, with a little tweaking, it is possible to run bootable CDs in it:
- Download a desired Live CD (e.g. DamnSmallLinux)
- Create a suitable .vmx file
- Start vmplayer with this vmx file and there it is: