My first Linux installed and used was RedHat 5.0 Hurricane from 1997. And I’ve been a RedHat desktop user until the 9 came out in 2003. Now 8 years later I am back again. Been long lost in many distributions but seems like finally fedora convinced me to come back So here I am celebrating Read More →

Ever wondered what it takes to a laptop to come here? Località Data Ora Locale Descrizione MILANO,IT 11/10/2010 5:33 IN CONSEGNA 11/10/2010 5:25 SCANSIONE ARRIVO BERGAMO,IT 11/10/2010 4:30 SCANSIONE PARTENZA 11/10/2010 3:02 SCANSIONE ARRIVO 11/10/2010 3:02 SCANSIONE ARRIVO KOELN (COLOGNE), DE 11/10/2010 1:48 SCANSIONE PARTENZA KOELN (COLOGNE), DE 10/10/2010 22:36 SCANSIONE IMPORTAZIONE 10/10/2010 20:53 SCANSIONE Read More →

Or should I say the business is outdated? Just spoke today with some salesman that was at Fastweb (one of the largest Italian MAN providers that also gives NATed access to Internet)  to offer some software solutions. Skipping over the jokes and technical staff, here is the sentence important in this context: And then I Read More →

So, now I’ve got this shiny new Milestone with Android 2.1 on board. And as a consequence of this fact, I have up2date contacts on google to sync the address book with. I also have a voicemail implementation on my own asterisk that sends me an email with wav attached in case of a missed Read More →

Once there was a way to open ODF (Open Document Format, read OpenOffice) docs in MS Office. You could get a free (as in beer) plugin from sun and open files. Not anymore. Although the Oracle site still, at the time of writing, offers the software for free with the tagline “Get it now: FREE”, Read More →

Oracle has changed Solaris 10 license from “free to use” to “90 days trial” Expect trials for Java SE, MySQL and some “light” versions barely working you can get for free: Now, with its acquisition of Sun finalized, it seems that Oracle has appended this sentence to the license paragraph above: Please remember, your right Read More →