Ragnarok Online in Linux (February 1, 2004, 0) - Zak said:
… in GNU/Linux…
… does work ;)
Proof? Here’s a screenshot:
I did this using wine-cvs. The game is installed in my winxp partition,
so I really didn’t have to do some painful (re)installs… It didn’t
really need much sweat, just a lot of download time (I’m still on a 56k
modem, and worse yet, on a softmodem… and
Debian’s still alive! (February 27, 2006, 0) - What do you know… Debian’s still accepting applications after all! =)
I just got e-mail from the Debian Account Manager, months and months
after I finished all the Debian Developer requirements. I’m not
knocking Debian. It’s a volunteer thing, and I know what it’s like to
run out of time/brainspace… Anyway, I’ve since then passed my main
package to a
deleting messages after N days — tips (March 23, 2003, 0) - I was somewhat apologetic about the lack of delete-after-N-days
features in Linux mail clients, since my mom relies on that to keep
mail volumes manageable and yet still be able to share mail with other people.
Then a message on firstname.lastname@example.org alerts me to the fact that
some people use something like this in their crontab:
Â» # m
debian-installer Tagalog translation complete! (January 4, 2005, 0) - Eric Pareja and other volunteer translators have finished the
translating level 1 of the debian-installer into Tagalog. Please check
out the completed file at http http://news.upm.edu.ph/~xenos/tl.po .
Comments and improvements would be very much appreciated.
Three more levels to go!
A glossary of terms can also be found at
Eric Pareja also invites interested people to participate on the
Debian pre-installed laptops (September 15, 2003, 0) -
Doh! Debian.org already has a page that lists vendors that will
pre-install Debian here: