Notices tagged with debian, page 2


  1. Matthew Davidson mjd

    @kat My 1st # was via a slim volume titled "The Debian Linux user's Guide", which came with 2.0 (Hamm) on CD (pre-apt, and Bruce Perens' 1st release as project leader!).

    about 11 months ago from web in context
  2. Matthew Davidson mjd

    Had what I thought was occasionally glitchy video RAM ever since buying my current PC. Not been a problem since last # point release. Must have been # video driver. Glad I was too lazy to take it back to the shop, then.

    about a year ago from web
  3. Matthew Davidson mjd

    I suddenly and unexpectedly find myself using # rather than # this morning. Feel slightly soiled. #

    about a year ago from web
  4. mmn mmn

    Right, so I've tried to debug and even switch hardware for !GNUsocial node # but a problem that the system shuts down (and the hardware watchdog is set to reboot it) every 5 minutes (quite precisely) regardless if network is up or not. I'm thinking

    about a year ago from at 63°49'42"N 20°15'34"E
  5. 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 a year ago from web
  6. Matthew Davidson mjd

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

    about a year ago from web in context
  7. Matthew Davidson mjd

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

    about a year ago from web in context
  8. ioerror ioerror

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

    Sunday, 03-Jan-16 22:55:07 AEDT from
  9. Matthew Davidson mjd

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

    Wednesday, 04-Nov-15 18:22:43 AEDT from web
  10. 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.

    Wednesday, 21-Oct-15 14:28:55 AEDT from
  11. 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?

    Monday, 14-Sep-15 22:52:06 AEST from at 63°49'42"N 20°15'34"E in context
  12. cmhobbs cmhobbs

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

    Friday, 11-Sep-15 13:20:32 AEST from
  13. Matthew Davidson mjd

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

    Monday, 07-Sep-15 13:46:51 AEST from web
  14. Matthew Davidson mjd

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

    Saturday, 05-Sep-15 21:15:21 AEST from web
  15. Matthew Davidson mjd

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

    Monday, 31-Aug-15 19:07:23 AEST from web
  16. 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.

    Thursday, 20-Aug-15 14:47:05 AEST from web
  17. 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.

    Wednesday, 29-Jul-15 18:30:49 AEST from web in context
  18. 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.

    Tuesday, 28-Jul-15 17:17:17 AEST from web in context
  19. 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.

    Saturday, 11-Jul-15 09:33:29 AEST from
  20. 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

    Saturday, 11-Jul-15 09:21:47 AEST from in context

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.