Archive for December, 2005



Ubuntu on my laptop

I recently installed ubuntu linux 5.10 “Breezy Badger” on my laptop, a DELL Inspiron 8600. Just following default installation all went ok, it recognized all my hardware and configured it correctly, included wifi, memory card adapters, a ntfs external disk, an external dvd burner, audio, etc. I believe that bleutooth is not configured so I’ll […]

Customizing websites with Firefox

With Firefox you can define your preferences on how Firefox should display the web sites you visit. To do that, there’s a file called userContent.css in user home directory (in windows it’s placed on “C:\Documents and Settings\[user]\Application Data\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\[8digits].default\chrome”); modifying this file you can, for example, modify default font style and size, to make website more […]

Free books from Prentice Hall site

Here’s is the Bruce Perens’ Open Source Series page, where you can freely download some interresting tech ebooks in PDF.

About:About

Using firefox? Try those links (when not linked, copy and paste in your address bar): about: about:config about:plugins about:buildconfig about:cache about:cache?device=disk about:cache?device=memory about:credits about:license about:mozilla About plugin: Mr Tech’s About:About plugin

I don’t know what XPers whould say about this, but I found it useful. Maybe someone could say: if you are not able to test something of your API, maybe you’ve badly designed your components… or: you should’n test this, because this is internal specifics of your object and you don’t have to know or […]




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