Monthly Archives: August 2004

Recompiling KDE-3.3 with all the bells and chimes Well, I just solved one little problem during compilation of the new KDE-3.3 with success. There was problem while I was trying to compile kdelibs with options –mt and –with-threading as it … Continue reading

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Some Interesting Softwares (Free!)

http://www.security.nnov.ru/advisories/timesync.asp He just touches the surface, of course, and is only delving into some aspects of one particular implementation – but what we’re seeing is  that folks are gaining  a greater understanding of these types of issues from a systems approach… Apparently, … Continue reading

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RE: Some Interesting Softwares (Free!)

http://www.security.nnov.ru/advisories/timesync.asp He just touches the surface, of course, and is only delving into some aspects of one particular implementation – but what we’re seeing is that folks are gaining greater understanding of these types of issues from a systems approach … Continue reading

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My own server is now up and running at Home Linux Server. Right now it does not have anything in it as I just finished installing Apache server on my server. Stay tuned to see new stuff there!

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Haydar Linux is full functional Arabic Linux based on Debian (?). But when I clicked on the link, there is no information where to download the link. Anybody knows where we can download it? I’ll appreciate it. Thanks.

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Feather Linux http://featherlinux.berlios.de is lightweight Linux that fits into 64 MB USB pendrive or half-size CD. Try this out!

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Microsoft Longhorn Reinvents Desktop Graphics From games to the desktop itself, 3D graphics will be everywhere in the new Windows Longhorn OS. We’ve got a sneak peek at the new Windows Graphics Foundation (WGF) architecture that will make it happen.

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Linux Takes on Windows Gaming Review: Formerly known as WineX, Cedega 4.0 offers hope for Linux users who want to play graphics-heavy Windows games like Far Cry and Battlefield Vietnam. But how well does it really work — and is … Continue reading

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The Evolving 3D Graphics Landscape Graphics cards have more of an impact on overall performance than ever before, but the vast array of choices can be confusing. We help you sort through the mess and decide how much video muscle … Continue reading

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The Evolving PC Audio Landscape With Intel’s HD Audio coming, Microsoft planning changes for Longhorn audio, and a software DVD-Audio shipping, PC sound is in flux. We examine the present (and future) of PC audio. The Evolving Memory Landscape

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