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Evolution Close Message Window on Delete

I must admit Evolution has come a long ways as an email client. When this was default email client on SuSE before it became OpenSuSE it sucked! The data server was constantly getting corrupted. You couldn’t import/export contacts to anything. Only thing Evolution had going for it then was KDE having KMail which was (and still is) the bottom of the email barrel. A Windows native version of Evolution hasn’t been available for a while. … Evolution Close Message Window on DeleteRead more

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GNOME 3 – Most Hated Desktop This Side of Unity

Not since Ubuntu tried to force its Unity desktop onto the Linux world has a desktop been hated as much as GNOME 3. This is a case of kids who think an iMbecile Phone is a great thing having no concept of reality. Yes, everyone wants to spend a huge portion of their life staring at a bunch of random images trying to figure out which one they need to write a letter, open up … GNOME 3 – Most Hated Desktop This Side of UnityRead more

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Medical Device Developer Linux – Pt. 2

Since people messaged me directly about Medical Device Developer Linux this requires more posts. Quite possibly I’ll have to add a “user forum” to this blog. Doubtful many of you will post though given the secured environments some of you message from. I didn’t want to put more thought into it right away so thanks for that! :P Our featured image was provided by blog.giddyup.io. Scope Younger developers have been a bit confused about the … Medical Device Developer Linux – Pt. 2Read more

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Medical Device Developer Linux

We desperately need a Medical Device Developer Linux distro. I know I’ve blogged about this before, but with all the wet-behind-the-ears kids thinking Agile is software engineering (it’s not) and that it is okay to push whatever steaming pile of excrement came out the back end of the nightly build onto the installed base because they are the Alpha testers . . . I have to vent again. Our featured image was provided by blog.giddyup.io. … Medical Device Developer LinuxRead more

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Linux and USB Floppy Drives

Everybody thinks they are dead, but floppy disks are still around and you basically need a USB floppy drive to use them because modern motherboards don’t have a header connection for the ribbon cable internal drives need. I know own two USB floppy drives because I forgot I had an IBM portable floppy drive buried under a bunch of portable DVD R/W drives behind a bunch of Super Floppies. Why this post now? I was … Linux and USB Floppy DrivesRead more