[New to Gemini? Have a look at my Gemini FAQ.] This article was bi-posted to Gemini and the Web; Gemini version is here: gemini://gemini.circumlunar.space/users/kraileth/neunix/2021/multi-os_pxe-booting_from_fbsd_pt4.gmi Post 1 of this mini series is about what lead me to do this in the first place, features a little excursion for people new to PXE and details the setup … Continue reading Multi-OS PXE-booting from FreeBSD 12: Linux, illumos and more (pt. 4)
2014 is nearly over and for the last post this year I have something special for you again. Last year I posted an interview with the EDE developer and I thought that another interview would conclude this year of blogging quite fine. In the previous post I reviewed Nanolinux (and two years ago XFDOS). Since … Continue reading An interview with the Nanolinux developer
The last blog post was a little introduction to toolkits in general - now it's time for a truly special case! While it doesn't really fit completely with what we're doing here, it's close enough to provide a fine example. (That and I like it enough to think that it deserves some more attention outside … Continue reading An extraordinary TK example!
Welcome back! Where was I? Right... Windows XP. Windows XP When I first saw it, I just thought: "You've got to be kidding!" What was this? A blue task bar with a green start button and a terribly colorful background! I still recall what came to my mind next: "Don't do drugs, man!" Of course, … Continue reading First things first – how I came to Linux (pt. 2)
This is something personal. Why to read this entry? Well, reading a bit about my experiences with computers will give you an idea of what I'm interested in and which direction things are likely to take. Also you perhaps like a little nostalgic retrospect? If not, skip this. DOS My dad bought his first pc … Continue reading First things first – how I came to Linux (pt. 1)