Hello hypothetical readers, long time no see!
Recently I’ve taken on to give purpose to an old laptop with a busted battery, which pretty much makes it useless as an laptop itself, however, its reasonably power efficient, low profile and low loudness, makes ideal for a makeshift headless server or media top-box.
This guide is intended to show some ways of connecting remotely, their advantages best usage scenarios.
Continue reading Remotely Connecting to your Linux Machine – SSH
Hello Hypothetical readers!
In today’s world of personal computing, Windows 8 taking its share, the new OS X Maverick made free for all Apple users, next generation computers and mobile devices. I’ve decided to go with Linux, specifically the Debian OS.
Continue reading Why I’ve switched to Linux
Hey folks, Gfurst here, so which is better? “Mac or PC” is a debate for the eons, and I’m going to delve right into it by saying it’s a completely invalid comparison.
What people continually argue about, is actually which company is better, Microsoft or Apple, which something stupid to start with. It’s not like these companies don’t have the power to defend themselves. Each have strengths and weaknesses, business strategies of their own.
Kind of comparing apples and oranges( wait, is Microsoft an orange?). Continue reading Which is better, Mac or PC?
Hey there folks, I’ve finally got some time to show how to get this amazing village-building, sand-box strategy game, called Banished, working on Linux through wine( windows binary layer).As a quick start bonus I’ll share a screen cap of the game working with my awesome KDE system as canvas.
And just so you know, the game itself works alright, I’ve had only a few crashes. The only remaining issue is that sound is usually garbled, more info on this below.
So lets get to it, I’ll try to write very comprehensive steps, if anything is unclear, do leave a comment below. Continue reading Get Banished working on Linux