Tag Archives: Linux

Installing VMWare Tools in Linux Guest

I’m a big supporter of desktop virtualization, and have posted before how to use VMWare Player to install and test other Operating Systems.  However, along with installation of a guest Operating System you will also generally want to install VMWare … Continue reading

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Upgrading can be such a hard thing to do

Excellent article about upgrading to a new version of Linux.  But even though you’d think the problem might be more difficult on a Linux or Unix system, it’s actually more difficult on a Windows system where you don’t generally have … Continue reading

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How Can I Justify Using Red Hat When CentOS Exists?

This is the kind of open-ended discussion I truly love to see and on a topic I care deeply about.    Originally posted HERE, a Slashdot reader asked a candid question about how Open Source (free) software is treated in the … Continue reading

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The Chicken or the Egg for Eve Online on Linux?

Sad news was released yesterday regarding CCP’s discontinuation of development for a Linux client. Though I haven’t played Eve Online in quite a while, I am a very enthusiastic Linux user. so whenever I hear about, or read about circumstance … Continue reading

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