Tag: Operating system

  • Linux On The Computer Chronicles

    I recently found an old episode of the Computer Chronicles on YouTube which contained a interview with Linus Torvalds!! I rushed to download the entire episode from YouTube and cropped it to just contain the interview. And heres the end product:

  • How To: Play Classic MS-DOS Games in Ubuntu Linux

    Ever wanted to play all of those classic MS-DOS games that you have on floppy in your old dusty drawer, but don’t have any retro MS-DOS computer? Don’t worry, you can play (almost) all of them in a emulated MS-DOS environment. And the emulator is called ‘dosbox’, and it’s not only available for Linux, Windows and Mac…

  • Building Stuff In Ubuntu?

    Are you finding it hard to find all of those necessary libraries when building your binaries in Ubuntu/Debian?? Well my friend, I’m here to help, apparently you can install all the necessary dependencies with the Ubuntu/Debian apt-get command (if off course the package is in the database, hihi), just type: sudo apt-get build-dep <package> And…

  • Run Wine On Mac Without Compiling Anything

    From time to time, you may need to run a Windows app or two on your Mac or Linux computer, almost all of the famous Windows apps can be run with Wine. However, you always have to compile the damn thing! But recently, I have found a package for Mac that includes the latest stable…

  • Mac OS X: How To Open The Terminal

    So you have just found a great article online that requiers you to have access to the Mac OS X terminal, but where is it? No worries, i’ll show you. Open “Finder” Open “Applications” Open “Utilities” And finally, open “Terminal”