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I released a new page called Techtimejourney Galleries. The page replaces the old drop-down menu (was Gallery&Themes). Techtimejourney Galleries also brings many outlook and performance enhancements. Overall, the page is a considerably desired upgrade.
If for some reason you fail to see the results like above then check that you are running the current version of your browser. Techtimejourney Galleries also has links pointing to old Gallery root pages – in case you need them. On other news: I made small fixes to PostX Gnu/Linux page source and removed some minor issues like front-end misspelling. All in all, I hope you enjoy the new layouts.
Notice. 27th of September: The first version of the outlook created a bug which caused scaling issues – especially with mobile devices. I have now fixed those issues and the page should actually scale according to user’s device.
Notice2. 27th of September. The screenshot is now just a reference. As the evening arrives, the page has now developed to become more solid and it has received quite many graphical updates and layout fixes. I have also upgraded the PostX Gnu/Linux pages accordingly.
I just released new page for PostX Gnu/Linux distribution. I designed the page manually with Html5 and CSS. The new page will soon be full of new content since I am currently getting ready to build PostX 0.4 beta. I will announce the beta timetable in a few days when I know exactly how much time the building will take. On a more general note: PostX Gnu/Linux pages will serve as a starting point in redoing all the essential pages. Hence, in the future there will be lot of web layout updates coming.
In regard to the future: here is a wallpaper, which will come along with PostX Gnu/Linux 0.4 beta. The wallpaper can be obtained by clicking the image below or from GPL gallery page 4.
Another day and another release. Meet the RunIT browser: a lightweight and fast webkit browser. You can download the browser from the bottom of this page. However, I strongly suggest that you read the whole page before doing so.
-RunIT is written with Python and GTK.
-Supports CSS. CSS handles themes.
-Can play HTML5 videos (Youtube etc.).
-Supports Linux plugins. Can find things like Flashplayer if installed.
-Browser can remember history.
-Supports bookmarking (bookmarks are placed to a text file).
-Supports viewing the bookmarks.
-Can download addressbar location with Wget. Also, creates a folder called Downloaded_files and places the files there.
-Creates download history with timestamp (a text file). Continue reading “RunIT Browser 0.2-CSS released”
Imagine this: You have a new computer. You are considering a Linux operation system as your main os. Then again, you have also heard that BSD distributions are viable as well. Here are the five things you should consider when you are making your os choice. Note that this is a checklist that I would use. Depending on your needs there might be something else worth considering.
1. How much time do you have?
You might be a seasoned veteran with BSDs and many Linuxes. Then again if you are not, then you should really make sure that you have enough time in your hands to learn the tricks of a new operation system. Learning BSDs or Linuxes can be hard or easy. It really depends on what your goals are. If you take something along the lines of Debian or Fedora then it is a lot less time consuming than installing the Gentoo Linux. Likewise, Freebsd setup and install can be easy and fast if you go and choose the binary route. However, if you build everything from source with ports then it will obviously be more time consuming. Continue reading “BSDs and Linuxes: a matter of taste (and hardware)”