Category Archives: Software
Wayland is a lightweight display server protocol that is already severely overdue to replace XORG.There has always been a master plan to include Wayland into Ubuntu. What does this mean? It means Linux/Ubuntu will now be easier to develop, use less … Continue reading
Building A Steam Box in Singapore: Introduction and Proposal
Over the next few days, I will be undergoing a construction and testing project for a Steam Machine + Media Center. Continue reading
LXQT is a light and usable desktop environment. It is almost ready and I believe by Lubuntu 16.04 will be the default selection for DE choice for our OS. It is essential to look forward into the future and thats what made me choose LXDE with a potential to transition to LXQT in the first place rather than XFCE. The few crucial bugs that I had encountered were fixed shortly.
There are a few quirks as stated before and some software look somewhat old-age, consider VLC being based on QT, look at its mac comparison and the linux comparison. GTK software like libre-office look out of place but we can’t do much about it. Theming seems to help a little.
Also, right clicking on the desktop is a basic feature that is needed and requested by many users. I hope it is implemented in the next release. Continue reading
Release: 10 March 2015 Genre: Simulator, City-building Developer: Colossal Order, published byParadox Interactive Relations: Sim City 4 Runs on: Windows, Mac, Linux Cities: Skylines has described itself to be a modern take of the classic city simulation game and we know … Continue reading
“But WhatsApp is working so well!!!” – random person on the street This is phone territory, which I thought I wouldn’t write about, but like most people, I use a smart phone which has now encroached into desktop/laptop territory. “But … Continue reading
“For I myself am a man under authority, with soldiers under me. I tell this one, ‘Go,’ and he goes; and that one, ‘Come,’ and he comes. I say to my servant, ‘Do this,’ and he does it.” – Luke 7:8-9 Lubuntu, … Continue reading
After considering our requirements, we have decided not to proceed with using Aftershock PC as a base for our operating system. We offer the Toshiba Portege z930 and Z30 model due to their low weight, high portability and SSD option. The … Continue reading