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Wayland 1.5 Released

frankie_guasch How do I use it ? (179 comments)

I managed to compile and install it . But I can't find instructions of how to run it. I was thinking I should shutdown the dm and then start it somehow. Release 1.5 looks like a production name, am I missing something ? Any links to the docs or howtos ?

about 5 months ago

New Gadget Tells You When To Take a Break

frankie_guasch Workrave (50 comments)

apt-get install workrave

more than 4 years ago

Which Filesystem Do You Use On Portable Media For Linux Systems?

frankie_guasch Re:ext3 (569 comments)

FAT 32 files must not be bigger than 2GB, so the problem could be dealing with such a big files. Installing ext3 or any linux filesystem solves the problem ,but raises the user ownership issue the original submitter had.

more than 5 years ago

Smart Software Development on Impossible Schedules

frankie_guasch Rapid Development: Taming Wild Software Schedules (225 comments)

This books explains about this in depth and it's worth every cent :

Rapid Development: Taming Wild Software Schedules
by Steve C. McConnell

I'm in no way related to it, I just own it and I think every project director should have one. It contains a lot of ideas and hands-on tips you can immediately try on the field. The last section, named Best Practise, is a practical reference guide. There is also a chapter if you already are in a crazy project and want to rescue it.

more than 8 years ago


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