LinuxGames is reporting that "Savage: The Battle for Newerth" is now free. Not Free software, though but free as in no-cost.
Looks like old people are being barred from the internet.
From the article:
After walking the Great Wall of China and making plans for a trip to Russia, Shirley Greening-Jackson thought signing up for a new internet service would be a doddle. But the young man behind the counter had other ideas. He said she was barred - because she was too old.
2X software have released an NX server as well as a client to the community. Finally a fully featured GPL server as well as client is available to the general public and can be included by DEFAULT in all the distributions thus making them Terminal Servers.
Mozilla has decided to hire an outside firm to work on the Firefox 2.0 theme. Toronto software development company Radiant Core has been selected by Mozilla to design the user interface and improve the usability of Firefox 2.0. Others considered were Meta and Raiz Labs.
This guy has StarCraft running on Linux/WINE, using a touchscreen monitor!Pretty neat! :)
Computers use electricity. Teens love MSN Messenger. Teens also like to keep their computers on in order to have their MSN Messenger accounts logged in at all times, which is a huge waste of energy for something really unnecessary. Could this be something to worry about? Maybe it is...Today I'm writing about energy waste.
Here's something I've known for some time: The Ubuntu Guide.
If you want to know how to do something with Ubuntu and don't know how, the answer is probably there.
It went through a big revamp since the previous version and it's better than ever.
Today, after reinstalling Ubuntu Dapper from scratch on my laptop and losing a significant ammount of hair due to frustration, I finally managed to install Zend Platform and I'm posting the solution here in case someone else faces the same problem.
At a certain point in the instalation, I was getting an error message saying "Error determining host id" and later on another one showed up saying that the license file couls not be found.
After much fiddling with lots of stuff in my system, I finally thought that it could have something to do with the path I was installing it from. The directory where I was installing it from was called "zend platform", with a white space, which was the source of the problem.
I renamed the directory to "zp" and it installed without a problem.
So there you go, I hope this saves you some time and frustration.
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Os Portugueses declararam guerra ao hífen, só pode...
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