Chrome WebGL In Action
This is a tutorial to install the Nvidia driver on your Fedora 14 PC or Laptop
Tweet Speed Dreams is a fork of the famous open racing car simulator Torcs, aiming to implement exciting new features, cars, tracks and AI opponents to make a more enjoyable game for the player, as well as constantly improving visual and physics realism. There are a bunch of RPM’s packaged for Mandriva, but I can [...]
Tweet If you own a laptop with a synaptics touchpad, you may have an issue whereby tap-to-click is not enabled, in Fedora 13. Resolution: > su -c “gedit /usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d/50-synaptics.conf” In the first Section, add two additional lines immediately before EndSection, as such: Section “InputClass” Identifier “touchpad catchall” Driver “synaptics” MatchIsTouchpad “on” MatchDevicePath “/dev/input/event*” Option “TapButton1″ [...]
Gnome 3 Screencast on Fedora 13
The Ubuntu One store. What a brilliant idea. Everyone loves music. And Linux users love open source software. People contribute in all sorts of ways – Writing open source software, submitting bug reports, or maintaining a blogging website like this one!
Tweet I can’t quite believe I’m seeing this… An officially endorsed Windows magazine, and on the front cover of April 2010 edition it proclaims: Revitalise your PC in One Hour !
Tweet I love the new array of KDE apps that were introduced with the birth of KDE4. My favourite is the awesome Dolphin File Browser. I also really liked Gwenview – it was quite reminiscent of a typical MacOSX look and feel. Anway… I’ve been checking out the Fedora 13 artwork, by the amazing Mairin Duffy, [...]
Unfortunately, the software packagers at Amazon have linked their Linux software against the libboost* libraries that were packaged for Fedora 11. Us Fedora users like the newest software available, so I’m sure, like me, you’re all using Fedora 12. If that is the case, then I’m sure non of you are using Amazon’s mp3 downloader – It doesn’t work with Fedora 12
The fact that this rebase to KDE 4.4 is being pushed to the Fedora-Updates repo is, for me, a symbolic representation of why we love using Fedora