Thursday, December 27, 2012
As the expected day is approaching, many things should be considered and i have to make sure everything works under control. Some are still on progress and they are not done yet, but hopefully they can be finished by tomorrow.
Wednesday, December 26, 2012
The promising tool will land in KDE soon and if it's implemented, it will have the similar experience like in Windows environments (and probably even less complicated). In short, it will make working with multi-monitor so much easier.
Here's a video showing the current work
Tuesday, December 25, 2012
Monday, December 24, 2012
I still have one desktop that are still XP-based that i used at my house. It has been working well for me and i never upgraded nor reinstall it ever since i installed for the first time. In short, XP works. But then i realized that XP will no longer be supported by Microsoft and so does major vendors soon since it's being too old (it has been 11 years since Microsoft released it on 2001).
Well, probably i will have to upgrade to Windows 7 someday, but we will see for the next 6 months to do so. By the end of next semester, we will see if upgrade is needed for me to keep working with Windows XP.
Saturday, December 22, 2012
The solution is simple, i just copied my wicd configuration files from mynew laptop to the old laptop and restart the wicd client. Voila... Both of my WiFI are now visible and i can connect to both of them now
Friday, December 21, 2012
We stayed there for about 2 hours before we left and travelled back to Jogja. The trip to Jogja was much more smoother becuase there were no sand truck and only busses.
These few days, i lack of good sleep due to many things to do...
Now, most of my todos are done, i think i can get a better sleep tonight
Even though it's my last working day, i'm still busy with other work and also i have lots to prepare for my first daughter. It will be a busy days for me in the end of this year :)
Thursday, December 20, 2012
- Fixed bug #63635 (Segfault in gc_collect_cycles).
- Fixed bug #63512 (parse_ini_file() with INI_SCANNER_RAW removes quotes from value).
- Fixed bug #63468 (wrong called method as callback with inheritance).
- Fixed bug #63451 (config.guess file does not have AIX 7 defined, shared objects are not created).
- Fixed bug #61557 (Crasher in tt-rss backend.php).
- Fixed bug #61272 (ob_start callback gets passed empty string).
- Fixed bug #63126 (DISABLE_AUTHENTICATOR ignores array).
- Fixed bug #63588 (use php_next_utf8_char and remove duplicate implementation).
- Fixed bug #63361 (missing header).
- Fixed bug #63398 (Segfault when polling closed link).
- Fixed bug #63590 (Different results in TS and NTS under Windows).
- Fixed bug #63581 Possible null dereference and buffer overflow.
- Fixed bug #63149 getColumnMeta should return the table name when system SQLite used.
- Apache2 Handler SAPI:
- Enabled Apache 2.4 configure option for Windows.
- Fixed bug #63614 (Fatal error on Reflection).
- Fixed bug #63271 (SOAP wsdl cache is not enabled after initial requests).
- Fixed bug #49341 (Add SO_REUSEPORT support for socket_set_option()).
Monday, December 17, 2012
I must admit that Monster Life is so addicting game, so if you wish to play it, you will spend most of your time on this game.
Sunday, December 16, 2012
Hopefully i can finish it by next week and i will have plenty of time to rest before my first daughter is born by the end of this year :)
Saturday, December 15, 2012
- Preliminary version of the Nepomuk Collection plug-in
- Statistics Synchronization between collections and with Last.fm
I have tested this application using Slackware's KDE SlackBuild and so far, i found no major problem. It's just working as it used to be. Please note that AmaroK 2.7 will require new optional packages such as libmygpo-qt and libofa.
Friday, December 14, 2012
The session was so interesting, but unfortunately, some of the students were not prepared for the presentation, so as the results, almost half of the students on my group's proposal were not approved and they will have to re-submit it for next week.
I think i need a break on Saturday from any major activities.....
Thursday, December 13, 2012
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Wednesday, December 12, 2012
run this command:
ln -s /usr/src/linux-3.7/include/generated/uapi/linux/version.h /usr/src/linux-3.7/include/linux/version.h
vmware-modconfig --console --install-all
NVidia Driver NVIDIA-Linux-x86-304.64:
gzip -d patch_nvidia_304_60.run_for_3.7
If you are running the latest NVidia Driver 310.19, you don't need to apply any patches at all. It's already compatible with the latest Linux Kernel 3.7.
Here's the output in my desktop:
Linux desktop 3.7.0-smp #1 SMP Wed Dec 12 07:03:05 WIT 2012 i686 Pentium(R) Dual-Core CPU E5300 @ 2.60GHz GenuineIntel GNU/Linux
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
Strange thing is that when i installed the ArchLinux for the first time, during installation i ran wifi-menu eth1 and it worked. When the base packages has been installed, it didn't work anymore. I have set the wpa_supplicant configuration correctly, but still no luck. I will try to compare with my Slackware laptop later since they use the same tool to connect, which is wicd.
Monday, December 10, 2012
Unlike Slackware, for me, installing ArchLinux requires another computer so that i can have a look on the ArchLinux Guide. Without the guide, i didn't think i will be able to complete the installation process smoothly. At the end, the installation process was successful, and ArchLinux is now installed on my old laptop.
I'm in the middle of configuring my laptop so that i can use this laptop to work, but as you might know, ArchLinux's base package is SO minimum and you have to download a lot of packages if you want to have a complete desktop, such as KDE or GNOME. This is the main problem for me :)
Besides downloading, manual configuration is still needed to perform additional steps and again, without the Wiki, sometimes finding what to do is not trivial task.
I think Slackware still the best Linux distribution out there for me. Even though it has the same concept of installation phases using cli, but at the end, i could be more productive since i don't have to spend too much time configuring my system.
Sunday, December 09, 2012
I just want to tell you that my wife is now has been discharged and she can come home with me. She's fine now and so does our baby. We are expecting the baby to come out by the end of this month, so it's very critical time for us lately. There are so many things to prepare...
Tuesday, December 04, 2012
I want to test Arch Linux after they fully migrated to systemd and it was proven that systemd does makes it boot faster, but it also requires old users to learn again since it uses different concept of managing services. Unfortunately some applications still refer to the old rc.conf while the file is no longer exist in a new installation.
What i like from Arch Linux is their documentation. They are helpful so that even advanced users find it very useful. I wish that other Linux distribution can have such a great documentation project like Arch Linux
Monday, December 03, 2012
Well, it seems that KDrama is no longer interesting for me (for now) until all my errands are done....
Sunday, December 02, 2012
Since most of the packages is now has been fully updated to work with systemd, i gues it's worth to try this nice Linux distribution as well. It will not replace Slackware as my main OS, but it would be a nice way to learn Linux in a different point of view.
As you know, ArchLinux is a rolling release Linux distribution, meaning that it normally updates by itself and there are no official release like other Linux distribution. Once you set up your machine, you can upgrade to the latest one by running pacman -Syu regularly (once a day for the most efficient).
I'm downloading ArchLinux tonight and hopefully i can test it by next week.
Meanwhile, their rivals were facing a hard time getting three points. Arsenal and Chelsea were beaten, and City got a draw on their last match.
Saturday, December 01, 2012
It seems that he completely forgot about me. Well, no wonder, since kids below 2 years usually do not remember people very well. They will know people around them around 2 years old and since then, they will be able to understand and memorize what happenned to his/her environment.