Category Archives: linux

FSF High Priority Projects List 0

The Free Software Foundation (FSF) has announced a major update to its High Priority Free Software Projects (HPP) list. I only quote this nowdays because I consider a really important focus on privacy the mobile ecosistem. The first item in the list is a Free phone operating system. There’re plenty of companies collecting information about […]




The Best Linux Distros for 2016 0

Linux.com has publish its list “The best linux distros for 2016” with a surprise for me. They point SuSE as the best enterprise server distribution, if I have to bet five cents for a distro I would have choose Red Hat, for sure. Even they remarks few items that makes though Red Hat it’s my […]




Does MS (really) loves Linux? 0

Microsoft has redefined its targets and keep focus on three main areas: Services Cloud Hardware Any offer coming from MS may be put it into one of this areas. For instance, what about OS or Office? well, the new Office 365 is a Cloud app and it’s offered as a service. According to this new […]




Es importante hacer aquello en lo que se cree 0

Este artículo va en castellano y si no te interesa la tecnología tal vez sí te interese. He leído un artículo de Dan Gilmore (periodista sobre tecnología) titulado Why I’m saying godbay to Apple, Google and Microsoft y me ha hecho volver sobre mis pasos. Cuando leí el artículo me impresionó por distintas razones, contacte […]




First things on an new Linux workstation 0

I got a second hand laptop -just adquired- that fulfills my requirements New root prompt with red background, as I explained time ago, in my opinion it must be a default configuration in order to alert you who you’re. It’s specially useful when jump from one machine to another Install pure flash (yes I know […]




Good advice from Jens Kuehnel 0

I’ve read a short and useful post from Jens Kuehnel, what to do after a Fedora upgrade and here I copy mentioning the author ’cause I’m convinced in a not too distant future I’ll be back on this advices. yum distro-sync package-cleanup –problems package-cleanup –orphans rpmconf -a -fvimdiff rpmorphan Thank you Jens!




Ubuntu for phones 0

There few majors players in mobile OS: Apple and Android over all. In a second line Microsoft (with its Nokia slave) and RIM. Now Ubuntu has come to this OS war in mobile devices. You may find a lot of reviews all around, not here. There’s something that comes to my mind constantly: environment. OpenBSD […]




Adobe Digital Edition vs Python & GNU 0

A very good friend of mine send me a link time ago. It was a present, a gift, a book, a digital book. Nice, I feel very happy since I like the author, it has to have cost money because it was a recent publication. But… there’s always a but, remember, you only have eyes […]




How Linux is built 0

Although is becoming quite viral I can’t resist the urge to share this. It’s a model about how a good job can be done, and yes, I do like GNU/Linux.




Dd-wrt as a bridge 0

I’ve set my new Internet conection. The new ISP offers a low cost connection, low price, and low bandwith, it fits what I was looking for. Unfortunately I just can plug one single PC, connection it’s controlled by macaddress plus a password. No problem, I’ve buy a Linksys WRT54GL (remember the L letter and the […]