If you’ve read the previous post, you know that I consider using python with Webkit and Qt a much better solution than using GTK, so that’s what I recommend. But if you want to give it a try with GTK and need to install pywebkitgtk under Debian Lenny, this is what you need to do: […]
Starting yesterday, my Pidgin stopped connecting to Yahoo!’s messenger service (MSN kept working). Being lazy, I’ve just changed the scs.msg.yahoo.com host to 188.8.131.52 in the user profile panel – the first solution I’ve came across on Google – and it started working again. For another day or so. But today, it stopped working again and […]
I’ve found a great way to have fun with your linux server. First of all, install cowsay. If you use Ubuntu server or Debian, you can use apt-get install it:
sudo apt-get install cowsay
Now, you have to wait for another user to connect to the server via ssh. You can use the who command to see who […]
This is an older pic from another – now abandoned – blog of mine, about statistics made at a linux symposium. The sad truth: via TechCrunch.
As I’ve said before, we’re living in exponential times. The motto of our lives will be “learn, learn, learn” as new jobs appear all the time. For instance, SEO specialist – a job that pays quite well today – didn’t exist 6 years ago. And all these new jobs require new skills. Either adapt or […]
I’ve bought a new laptop several weeks ago. A HP Compaq 6820s. Top specs, 2 gigs of RAM. Since it’s manly for home use, I tried to put Windows XP on it, thinking it would be a piece of cake. And it was, until Windows booted for the first time. And then hell broke loose. […]