Monthly Archives: April 2006

More daap-sharp… on Linux

In quick follow up to James’ post about getting daap-sharp working on Windows, I bring you a slightly adjusted version of the same System.Windows.Forms application running under Mono on Linux: Now for the curious, here’s a zip file (isn’t that … Continue reading

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David on Xgl

Xgl/Compiz offers far more than smooth effects and great graphics far superior to any similar features in other systems, “up and coming” or not. It has the power to make the desktop a much more usable, productive, enlightening, and extensible … Continue reading

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Free Airport WiFi?

So apparently RDU now offers free WiFi. Or at least some little food place does (ESSID ‘attwifi’ ). It’s a nice switch from the crappy $8,420/24-hr web-only-must-register WiFi they (and others) had before. There don’t seem to be any port … Continue reading

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Spring Cleaning

Lately I had been noticing that my Linode was really slow. I’ve got a fairly decenty setup with 180MB dedicated RAM, but SpamAssassain was making it crawl. Half of my swap was taken up almost immediately on boot. To keep … Continue reading

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