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  1. I'm curious as to what 'oldies' you enjoyed; I'm asking because I currently playing Commandos 1 and it's great fun! Much more fun than many recent titles I played. I'll list some of the ones I enjoyed myself: - King's Quest VI - Gabriel Knight I & 2 - Quest for Glory II, III and IV - Monkey Island I, II, III - Full Throttle - Sam&Max - Loom - Day of The Tentacle - Dynablaster - Alley Cat - Dragonsphere - Laxius Power I, II, III - Wonderboy - Goldenaxe - Street Fighter II - Super Mario Brothers I, II and III - Lighthouse - Anachronox - Double Dragon - Oni - Commando's - ... So what's your list?
  2. By the way, null, how's your Linux? I remember you having lots of questions a few year ago. So is everything working out? :)
  3. Reminder! Or maybe you are all subscribed already? :unsure:
  4. Tux magazine nr. 10 is out: http://www.tuxmagazine.com/
  5. Maybe, but that means that those knowing the ins and outs of the system and the CLI, will have a much easier time getting recruited for Linux jobs in the future. Of which there'll be no shortage in the future!
  6. Do you mean run ceratin windows applications on it (which programs?), or the operating system itself (which version)?
  7. Of course, since CXOffice contributes almost all improvements (everything?) back to Wine. :)
  8. Yes it does, not everyone leaves their computer on forever. I've got mine in my room and during the day (when I'm at work) or at night (when I sleep) it's off. Sometimes when I'm away, ... I think I boot up about 15 times a week on average. 2 minutes is like... forever! P.S. What's with the SCO stuff in your sig??
  9. See IBM article: http://www-128.ibm.com/developerworks/linu...Faster#listing1 Only do this if you're feeling like you know what you're doing! I'm going to try it this evening, I've got nothing important to loose anyway on my Linux partition :D
  10. Darkelve

    Cedega RPMs

    Yeah. You open a console, e.g. "Konsole" (or xterm or whatever), then you go to the directory where the file resides and type: chmod + x cedega_timedemo_installer ./cedega_timedemo_installer Then follow the instructions
  11. Here I am again! Same stuff, but with new WP :D
  12. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_PDF_software
  13. The problem is he's an expert on hacking but not on usability. Because of his icon status people are taking his comments too seriously. Because he is an authority. But they forget he is not an authority on this field. Important thing is that they get people knowledgeable on usability working on this, which is what both KDE and Gnome are already doing.
  14. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_content_management_system
  15. He's asking about Web Content Management software, not a html editing environment.
  16. OpenCMS is interesting too. And for really heavy stuff there's Zope/Plone.
  17. - http://www.opensourcecms.com/ - http://www.opensourcecms.com/index.php?opt...=388&Itemid=143 Personally, I'd check out Mambo first.
  18. Why did you forget Adventure games, like the King's Quest series or Monkey Island, Simon the Sorcerer, Gabriel Knight etc... ? :(
  19. Heh... just disable lotsa unneccesary services and you'll gain lots of increase in boot time speedup. Real easy with yast. I wonder with all this new technology coming together, we'll feel the difference: - Reiser4 - QT4 - GCC4 - Kernel 2.6.x - KDE 3.5/4.0 - ... (just a summing up of the latest technology, this is NOT what'll be in OpenSuSe/SuSe 10.0) I'd guess so B)
  20. It only just barely made it to the beta stage. Haven't tried it. Wouldn't recommend it to you either before it reaches the RC's. I browsed the Bugzilla forums for some glance into what's going on. Quite a few annoying bugs present, notably problems with the 'new' audio engine (kdemm). I'm holding my heart for this one. I'll probably give it a try. Basically (to my understanding) it boils down to this: OpenSuSe '1' (full selection of apps, minus the commercial ones and the ones with possible 'legal' 'problems' [java, mplayer, codecs, ...] - install the updates and applications from the internet and you'll basically end up with SuSe 10.0) --> Suse 10.0 will be based on this (full selection of apps, including commercial ones, the manuals and 30/60 days of support) --> Novell Linux desktop will be based on this (limited selection of apps) I *can* tell you however that I'm loving every bit of 9.3, although it does boot up quite a bit slower than 9.1 and there are some oddities with the new mounting method. It's a joy to work with.
  21. Well... not any more than Mandriva really! If you don't forget to grab the optional Media Packs then all you have to worry about are things like libdvdcss, win32 codecs, mplayer... all of which can easily be installed by adding the websites from Packman or Guru to Yast (the config & installation center), which is really a snap. I'd say for new people: SuSe (for people who don't mind a *little* bit of research and sweat / Linspire (for people who have to have *everything* ready-chewn for them
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