In a previous post I wrote something about our little friend Tux, the symbol of Linux.
On most computers running Linux he’ll show up while the kernel is starting up the main services, once for every processor in your system. This little picture in compiled into the kernel and, if you have the sources on your [...]
This is what makes computing fun – you learn something new every day.
Today there was a post on LinuxQuestions.org by w1k0, who reported something strange with the Linux logo on his ThinkPad T60. The colors were all wrong (Tux had a green belly, blue background) and… to the left-side there was an inscription saying “Simon”.
Working with fvwm2 wasn’t too much fun… So I started looking for and old Slackware version that had KDE.I found out that my oldest CD with KDE was Slackware 4.0:
As it says on the cover, it comes with KDE 1.1, so this was my new project.According to the cover from the original 4-disc box, we’re [...]