Category Archives: News


Well I want to apologize for my continued lack of posting this past week.  I’m in New Jersey (sorry NJ team, if I weren’t so slammed I’d come meet up with you!) taking the RedHat 133 course in preparation for the RHCT exam tomorrow.  I’m, of course, hoping for the best.  So far I don’t… Read More »

Quick Update

I know it has been a little while since I have posted any tutorials here and I apologize.  As I mentioned in my previous post I have just started a new job and need to get things on a schedule here.  In the meantime, until I’m back to a regular schedule, I have invited a… Read More »

Some Exciting News For Me

I have been sitting on this news for a few days pending finalizing some details but I am happy to announce now that I will be the latest addition to the Guru Labs team! For those of you catching this blog outside of Utah, Guru Labs is a Linux Training company.  That means, yes, I’ll… Read More »

How To Configure Wireless on a MacBook Using Ndiswrapper

As many of you saw, this past week I bought myself a new Macbook and have successfully installed Ubuntu on it via bootcamp. I plan on documenting many of the steps I took to be published this upcoming week, but first I have some great news. I have successfully configured wireless on this machine despite… Read More »

Ubuntu on a Macbook

I am now the owner of an Apple Macbook and I have spent the course of the day getting Ubuntu installed on it (under Bootcamp).  I will have some tutorials ready by the weekend for any of you that have wanted to try or are tempted to get a Macbook.  So far I am still… Read More »

A Few Blog Updates / Responses

Based on some recent feedback and questions from the blog-reading community I thought I would announce a few things.  Don’t worry, this’ll be pretty short and painless. I have decided on a Creative Commons license based on a recent comment.  Basically anything on this blog falls in the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 License.  Use… Read More »

Ubuntu 7.04 “Feisty” Herd 5 Available For Testing

The latest alpha release of Ubuntu 7.04 “Feisty” is now available for testing. This release is shaping up to be very impressive! I can say that the previous alpha releases (here, here, here & here) have brought about some impressive new features and have been very stable on my two test machines. I would urge… Read More »

The Switch To KDE : Day 6

Today was a day full of meetings so I have been on this machine pretty much non-stop. It is even nearing one AM and I’m still here.. what a day. During my full day on the computer things just didn’t feel right. I kept feeling restless, like I needed to tweak something or configure something… Read More »

A DNR for Linspire’s CNR

The Ubuntu Blog inspired me to write some of my thoughts on the recent announcement between Canonical and Linspire on the Click-N-Run (CNR) technology. After reading the press release and the commentary at Desktop Linux a few things stand out to me. The first thing that really stands out to me is the description of… Read More »