Hi, all --I mentioned this a few months ago and now that we're getting closer to the date, I wanted to mention that CrunchBang has a booth at SCALE 11X (the Southern California Linux Expo) in February. Since the CrunchBang Planet is not yet up and running, I'll post the link to my Larry the CrunchBang Guy item, posted today, here:http://larrythecrunchbangguy.wordpress.
lcafiero wrote:Since you asked, I write two: Larry the Free Software Guy, which is all about Free/Open Source Software, and Larry the CrunchBang Guy, which is about CrunchBang.vicshrike wrote:Just click on icafieros signatures, and you will meet Larry. What kind of wireless card do you have? Maybe you could troubleshoot the problem in the support section?@lcafiero, great.
I have to be honest, I was never a big fan of the KitKat bar, but that’s starting to change thanks to the above image, This special edition Android KitKat was posted by Larry Page on Google+ last night.
We don’t know if these will be marketed, but I sure hope so.
After a successful Kickstarter campaign and after the developers managed to get through the Steam Greenlight program, Leisure Suit Larry lives again.Leisure Suit Larry is one of the most recognized franchise in the history of gaming, so it’s no surprise that the developers have managed to gather the necessary funds in order to bring the game to life, to all platforms, including Linux.Accordi
... no, not Ellison. I'm not really new to the Linux world, but I feel like one. I had a post ready to go a few hours ago, and just when I was ready to hit send, something in this screen blew it away. I thought it must have been posted w/o my action, but haven't seen it displayed here. So... here's my second attempt.
I have a couple of issues, but apparently this insn't the right forum.
Larry Ellison has stepped down as Oracle's CEO. While Ellison didn't give any specific reasons for the move, we can only assume it's to spend more time with the girls in hula skirts on his Hawaiian island. Hell, isn't that what you'd do if you had his money.
Larry Ellisons Oracle bowled out Solaris 11.2 last week and what does this Unix-like give us? Cloud computing, yes, but also a stab at a datacenter-in-a-(large)-box. It's not too far off the database-as-a-box idea Larry's been banging on about since 1998.