When I started looking at installing Ubuntu onto my rarely used Nexus 7 2012 edition tablet, I hadn’t considered how much of a right pain in the arse it would be if you weren’t running Ubuntu. Turns out, if you’re running Ubuntu, it should be a walk in the park, […]
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I saw on a screenshot from a Galaxy S2 a dotted line predicting data usage based on current usage which I’d not seen on my Galaxy Nexus. I had a look and it was true, it wasn’t there, I checked then menu to see if there was a way to […]
A quick post just to put the installer script I’ve done for Fedora to get Spotify installed from the latest Debian packages available from their servers: Tested on Fedora 16 32bit, Fedora 16 64bit, Fedora 17 64bit. All fine so far. No uninstall script just yet though, I’ll likely incorporate […]
I spent a good while debugging this not wanting to change too much incase it was something bizarre. Turned out to be something simple.
So, we use OSTicket at work, and for the most part it works well. However, there are parts which are a little buggy. One of these appears to be that, when we were trying to create a New Ticket using the New Ticket option when you’re signed in, it would […]
Is Android Honeycomb the new Windows ME?
A quick Python script I wrote for turning a file with text in it into a TTX formatted file for using in tests.
Not long until Fedora and Ubuntu release their distress with Wayland instead of X. I’m looking forward to it but my worry is with drivers. I like to use the proprietary drivers for the performance gains as I sometimes play 3D games and use 3D effects on the desktop. Anyone […]
I recently installed Fedora 14 Beta Release 2 on my desktop PC at home and I’m going to go so far as to say its the best Fedora release I’ve used. It was an upgrade of the existing Fedora 13 installation which in my opinion seemed pretty buggy, no specifics, […]