Tag Archives: OpenSuSE

OpenSUSE Leap 15.1

By | January 28, 2020

At some point I will learn to not get into conversations with people who are either new to programming or have done only one thing all of their lives. One such person suggested I should use OpenSUSE Leap for my Linux desktop. What they knew not was that I used to use SuSE Linux back… Read More »

Raspberry Qt – Part 4

By | July 25, 2016

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.… Read More »

First Impressions of Zevenos Neptune 3.3 KDE

By | October 20, 2013

Zevenos Neptune   I must say this is a visually stunning distro. It is an absolute pleasure to look at the screen even during system boot. They really worked on the graphics! Not just the desktop either, the drivers have dramatically improved. I’m using the same 26” AOC monitor which has always been grainy, sluggish,… Read More »