Tuesday, November 13th, 2007
If you think about installing Mac OS X on a case-sensitive volume, don’t do it. Although OS X works fine on a case-sensitive volume, however third-party software not necessarily.
For example you cannot install software like Adobe Photoshop CS3 or Age of Empires III on a case-sensitive filesystem. (I know only about that two) Adobe and Microsoft don’t write anything about filesystem requirement in software requirements at the box or even documentation. Why?!
Continue reading Mac OS X with case-sensitive filesystem and third-party software
Thursday, June 28th, 2007
Say NO to the Microsoft Office format as an ISO standard (Français, German).
The home page of <NO>OOXML project.
At the end of last year Free Software Foundation lunched Bad Vista project.
Quick Important Fact About Windows Vista
- Vista is designed to restrict what you can do (DRM)
- Even when you legally buy Vista, you don’t own it
- If your copy of Vista came with the purchase of a new computer, that copy of Vista may only be legally used on that machine, forever
- If you bought Vista in a retail store and installed it on a machine you have already owned, you have to completely delete it on that machine before you can install it on another machine
- You give Microsoft the right, through programs like Windows Defender, to delete programs from your system that it decides are spyware
Project target is to inform as many people as possible about Windows Vista restrictions for freedoms of computer users.
So, I have made a leaflet which you may download, print and stick in some visible place. For example, dashboard at your school, work or so on…
Download the bill Bad Vista!