Category: Linux

LinuxMCE — the new Media Center PC 0

LinuxMCE — the new Media Center PC

I stumbled across LinuxMCE, a free competitor to Windows Media Center Edition. LinuxMCE does what WinMCE does except it does much, much more. The features included in LinuxMCE go well beyond the simple Media...

A new desktop environment… Mozilla 0

A new desktop environment… Mozilla

Almost everyone has heard of Mozilla. The Mozilla organization is the descendant of Netscape and is the producer of Mozilla Firefox and Mozilla Thunderbird. One of the little known technologies behind the Mozilla products...

Novell parody commercials 0

Novell parody commercials

So almost everyone has seen the set of Apple commercials portraying a hip and friendly guy named Mac and a stuffy, geeky and very business oriented guy named Windows. Novell recently produced a few...

Greylisting — one more tool in the arsenal against SPAM 0

Greylisting — one more tool in the arsenal against SPAM

I ran across the following link the other day and was very interested. Postfix and Postgrey: A proactive approach to spam filtering For those not familiar with Postfix, it’s an MTA (Mail Transfer Agent)....

Celestia (for Linux/Win32/MacOSX) 0

Celestia (for Linux/Win32/MacOSX)

To make sure you all don’t start thinking this is a BYU only blog, I figured I would post about something else. I ran across a very cool application the other day. It’s classified...

Gnome 2.12 and Evolution 1.6.0… sucks! 0

Gnome 2.12 and Evolution 1.6.0… sucks!

So I’ve run into my first pet peeve with SUSE Linux 10.1 (now renamed to openSUSE). My company is very Microsoft-centric company (except on our servers). Ok… I take that back… the IT department...

Microsoft : The open killer 0

Microsoft : The open killer

iTWire – Microsoft strengthens Windows lock-in with JPEG rival When I saw the above article, I became a little frustrated. As I continued to read, I became just plain ole’ furious. Why do they...