Monthly Archives: October 2009

The horror of open source behemoths

There are a few projects out there that give open source a bad name. I won’t call the project in question by name here, but let’s say some open source web CMS’es scratch a part of my memory which was heavily repressed – with reason.

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“Segmentation Faulty Tree”

I am trying out Debian GNU/Linux (unstable) on my desktop for a while now, and I am not yet used to apt as a packagemanager. I’m sure it’s darn powerful (why else whould Debian run on it, as one of the oldest and most revered distro’s), but it feels like it hides the most simple […]

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FreeBSD at the desktop: It didn’t make it

It is a sad day. With due pain in my chest, I have decided not to go through with FreeBSD at the desktop. I absolutely love FreeBSD’s basic concepts of clean system setup, clearly dividing kernel, base system and userland, and the best documentation I have ever seen on any open source project. So nothing […]

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