Ubuntu, ya ubuntu.. distro yang selama hampir 4 tahun mengendap di komputer jadul saya.. Mulai dari salah install sampe hardis ke format semua, sampe bingung kehabisan space gara-gara hardis nya emang dikit..
Ubuntu, kalo di lihat di distrowatch pasti di urutan nomer satu (bukan pantun #tiffy).
Ternyata lama-lama bosen juga ya pake distro ini, pengen mencoba suasana baru. Terutama ane pengen pake KDE dan distro yang roling release. Jatuhlah pilihan pada Arch Linux. Oalah, ilmu saya masih cetek ternyata, mau install Arch Linux di Virtual Box, ga bisa terus.. Nyerah lah saya. Maklum, bukan geeks yang biasa ngompile sama nge hek nge hek 😀
Firefox 3.6.6 is ready to download.
What’s New in Firefox 3.6.6
Firefox 3.6.6 modifies the crash protection feature to increase the amount of time that plugins are allowed to be non-responsive before being terminated.
Please see the complete list of changes in this version. You may also be interested in the Firefox 3.6.4 release notes for a list of changes in the previous version.
If you using Ubuntu you can Install or Update it via PPA.
Source : http://www.techdrivein.com/2010/06/install-or-upgrade-to-firefox-366-in.html
Well, I am abit ahead of the release date. This tutorial is done on Ubuntu Lucid 10.04 beta and I would not expect there would be major changes in final release that could disrupt any instructions listed here.
Ubuntu repository contains Ruby 1.9.1 package however this package suffers few bugs that doesn’t run some Gem packages. So I would highly RECOMMEND you to compile for yourself a instance of Ruby 1.9.1 from source. To compile Ruby from source, you need to install compilers and libraries headers.
Ruby on Rails
Ruby on Rails is an open source web framework for developing database backed web applications. It is optimized for sustainable productivity of the programmer since it lets the programmer to write code by favouring convention over configuration.
It’s both nice and bad when I upgrade to a newer Ubuntu version. The good part is I have lots of posts material for the blog but the bad part is there’s always something on my main computer or netbook which doesn’t work out of the box and needs tweaking.
I really didn’t expect the Fn keys to work out of the box on my Asus EeePC 1005HA (so this method has only been tested for this Asus EeePC model, I don’t know if it works on others) and unfortunately I was right. However, the fix is very quick. Here’s what you have to do.