Notices tagged with debian


  1. Matthew Davidson mjd

    Don't seem to be receiving posts from remote subscriptions since upgrading server to # Wheezy yesterday. Will upgrade to Jessie, and - gasp! - #, later in the week.

    about 9 days ago from web
  2. Matthew Davidson mjd

    Doing a dist-upgrade to a live server is nerve-wracking. Good thing I'm drunk. #

    about 10 days ago from web in context
  3. Matthew Davidson mjd

    Okay, it's not buggy, I am. Running an older # than I thought. #

    about 10 days ago from web in context
  4. ioerror ioerror

    ♻Dear US journalists: please research the death of # You will get mad # karma points. #

    about 5 months ago from
  5. Matthew Davidson mjd

    # update: Still love # Still love # Still love the half a dozen # addons that make the Web usable.

    about 7 months ago from web
  6. cmhobbs cmhobbs

    Think I might upgrade my netbook from # to !trisquel this weekend to have a little more modern software at my disposal. Just biding my time until # is stable enough for my daily routine.

    about 7 months ago from
  7. mmn mmn

    It does sound appealing. "bony" (on IRC) wants to package !gnusocial for # and hasn't found a good Debian package for htmLawed. Maybe HTMLPurifier would do instead.

    Where can I see your changes, @hannes2peer?

    about 8 months ago from at 63°49'42"N 20°15'34"E in context
  8. cmhobbs cmhobbs

    I keep considering !trisquel mini for my netbook. It's hard to break away from #, though the shiny is tempting...

    about 9 months ago from
  9. Matthew Davidson mjd

    Cool! You can `apt-get install anarchism`. #

    about 9 months ago from web
  10. Matthew Davidson mjd

    Found this today. I like it a lot: # #

    about 9 months ago from web
  11. Matthew Davidson mjd

    Upside of glacial # major version release cycle: The version of Drupal in # stable is the current one.

    about 9 months ago from web
  12. Matthew Davidson mjd

    Seem to have fixed my # woes with #'s (presumably non-free) driver. Compiling software—and foreign software, at that—is not the # way. I feel unclean.

    about 9 months ago from web
  13. Matthew Davidson mjd

    Trying out # # support. Have no idea whether this is a good idea or not. Will find out, I suppose. I'm guessing BIOSes will eventually drop support for legacy booting at #'s insistence.

    about 10 months ago from web in context
  14. Matthew Davidson mjd

    Finally getting new PC tomorrow from these guys: Shop is just rack after rack of parts to the ceiling, and they know what # is. Good enough for me.

    about 10 months ago from web in context
  15. cmhobbs cmhobbs

    This is an Eee PC X101CH (1GB RAM and Atom CPU). I have voided the warranty and put a low profile SSD in it but it's running faster than # # with # I'm not sure how but I like it so far.

    about 11 months ago from
  16. cmhobbs cmhobbs

    Wow... !trisquel mini is snappy on my little netbook. This is really surprising. Now I can't decide if I want to switch from # or not. /cc @vinzv

    about 11 months ago from in context
  17. cmhobbs cmhobbs

    Grabbing a # # live cd to try out on the company laptop. Wishful thinking...

    about a year ago from
  18. cmhobbs cmhobbs

    It just occurred to me that this rig would probably run # since it's built for # I'll slap # on it and see what happens.

    about a year ago from in context
  19. lnxw48 lnxw48

    @teslasmoustache @vinzv Something to be aware of. Newest !gnusocial code is written for # version 5.5 or greater. So # (because it is based on # #) with default software packages might not work correctly.

    about a year ago from
  20. Temporary Marjolein mk

    I just discovered # - a little application to construct color schemes; it also comes with an eyedropper tool (which can be used to pick any pixel on the screen as 'base color'). Handy for web design! Available in !Debian repo, so installation took 6 keys

    about a year ago from

Debian is a operating system (OS) for computers. Debian uses Linux, and for user space the GNU Project; thus the name GNU/Linux. Debian was created in 1994 and the current version is 6.0.