Raspberry Qt – Part 4

Back in the day of Bulletin Board Systems (BBS) everyone had to use a modem to connect to either a bulletin board or friend’s computer. This was long before the Internet. Ordinarily people ran their Unix/Linux desktop systems from the root (all powerful) account and DOS, well, it didn’t have the concept of user accounts. […]

CUPS Spasms

Over the past several years CUPS (Common Unix Printing System) has become a sad piece of shit. This was once the most reliable and respected parts of Linux, now it is something we all dread. On most distros the “settings” interface to add and maintain printer configurations barely works. Continuing the “expert friendly” tradition of […]