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Windows XP on an OLPC XO

To those who’ve read the news, and knew this day was coming – Microsoft Windows XP is now available on OLPC XO.

JBoss on Fedora and CentOS

I’ve been looking at for a while and really would like to play with it, but there really doesn’t seem to be an easy way to get it all set up and going.  I have some Fedora machines and a CentOS 5 machine I would like to use it on, but would also like to make a way for these distros to have an easier time getting started.

Open Source: It’s about choice and freedom

I just read a great article on on

Flash 10 on Fedora 9

I upgraded my home machines and my work machine (CentOS 5.2) to Flash 10 recently through adobe’s repo.  The upgrade process itself went smoothly – even on my x86_64 machine, no extra steps.  Just came in as a PackageKit update, restarted firefox and there it was.

Innovation? Not without MPAA’s permission.

The Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) is suing RealNetworks over it’s newest innovations for DVD Ripping that allow the user to save the movie as a digital file on the users computer.