Apple’s iPod has some compatibility problems with USB and it has a nasty way of showing it, too.
Problems arise with Cygwin/X and OpenSSH when trying to forward X11 clients to the Cygwin X Server. For some reason,
$DISPLAY never seems to get set.
This is precisely why I uninstalled Norton AntiVirus the moment I discovered Avast! 4.5.
A Brief Brief on Windowing Systems I’ve been playing around with X11 a lot recently. This is one of the great things about Mac OS X; with its Unix (well, actually FreeBSD) underpinnings, Macs can now use the plethora of programs written for the X windowing system by running Apple’s X11 for Mac OS X […]
Trying to get your computer repaired after a nightmarish crash can be even more of a nightmare. I just have to vent my frustrations at Best Buy’s horrible customer service.
Catching up on news feeds again since my weekend vacation in Vermont. I sincerely hope this is a sign of things to come.
This morning was horrible. It reminded me exactly why I’ve been using a Mac as my primary computing platform for years. I woke up after a bad dream and after grabbing a drink, I turned on my Windows laptop to check my mail. As I was downloading my new messages I tried to scroll my […]
Update: I just learned from the Tao of Mac that there is another problem with Windows Service Pack 2: it breaks raw sockets. Well, according to several news sources, Microsoft has released the long-awaited Service Pack 2 to manufacturers. Starting next month, computers will come pre-installed with the software. But in the mean time, I’m […]