The new package of Debian 9.0 RefCard (printable reference card for the Debian system) is already available at https://packages.debian.org/sid/debian-refcard. To Indonesian users who would like to download the Indonesian version in PDF immediately, you can go to this link. Continue reading Debian 9.0 RefCard
It always feels good when someone comes to you and says that he actually finds your work useful and likes it. It’s not because you ask them for the appreciation but it’s more like that you realize that what you do has contributed something valuable to others. That is what I am going to share with you right now, a SLAMPP showcase written by a SLAMPP user. Of course through this entry I would encourage other users to share their own stories on what they have done with SLAMPP and what they think about it. I will publish your stories … Continue reading SLAMPP Showcase
Now Debian GNU/Linux Reference Card is already available in Indonesian (Bahasa Indonesia). Please download the Card if you are interested in using it. Quite handy though. 🙂 Many thanks to W. Martin Borgert for letting me involve in that project. Continue reading Debian GNU/Linux Reference Card in Indonesian
Surprisingly SLAMPP is listed on this article, 10 obscure Linux distributions (and why you should know about them). Speechless. Thanks Jack for writing it! My huge thanks to all SLAMPP users out there. Without you SLAMPP would never have come so far. Continue reading SLAMPP on TechRepublic
In the last few months I’ve gathered some links that may trigger your interest. Most of them are IT and FOSS related and only one is from Oil and Gas sector. Yes, it is sometimes hard to share Oil and Gas resources because of the closed and competitive nature of the business and copyrights/trademarks or other Intellectual Property Rights issues. And I don’t want to get in trouble by doing that for sure. 🙂 I hope you will get some benefits from the following links. IT and FOSS MultiCD – multicd.sh is a shell script designed to build a multiboot … Continue reading Interesting Links
The following comic can tell you more about it. I agree! He says this is the year of Linux on the desktop! The world of Windows will fade any moment now! (Source: http://xkcd.com/694/) —– I just would like to break the silence in these first months of the year. Guys, this is my first entry in 2010 and I am getting excited to delivering many ‘interesting and useful’ entries this year. We’ll see! 🙂 Continue reading Linux Virus
Time does fly so fast. My little angel is now growing up to a beautiful human being. I know I rarely mention about my personal matters, especially about my family on this blog. It is because I just love my family and would like to keep and protect their privacy from outside world. They deserve to live happy and peacefully.
Yesterday my wife had successfully managed to take some interesting pictures of my 11-month-old daughter. And that has tempted me to reveal a bit her pictures. This mainly has to do with a general message I would like to pass on to you. 🙂 The spirit of promoting Open Source.
It seems Kalinda is now befriending with Penguin aka Tux, the mascot of Linux. She looks really cute with that Penguin bag. :p Hopefully I could introduce her to the real Linux operating system very soon. Of course starting immediately with SLAMPP. She ought to master it as well like his daddy. Now, you should have known why I code-named SLAMPP 2.0.x with Kalinda. LOL. 🙂
Have fun and enjoy the show!
Just a quick announcement from me. We have released SLAMPP 2.0.2 yesterday. This is a maintenance release of current 2.0.x tree with some fixes and new documentation. Please get your copy here at http://slampp.abangadek.com. All credits go to Clinton Tinsley for making this happen. Thanks my friend! More details will be coming soon. Have fun using SLAMPP! Continue reading SLAMPP 2.0.2 is released
A good news for all SLAMPP users around the world, soon or perhaps to be exactly, someday next week, we will release another new maintenance release of SLAMPP 2.0 (Kalinda), 2.0.2. In this release we have fixed several issues found in the previous ones, provide more documentation and How To, and some other interesting features. What makes this release so interesting is that the whole development process of this release has been done by a special SLAMPP fan who now becomes my co-developer and maintainer. You might be wondering who this guy is anyway. His name is Clinton Tinsley and … Continue reading SLAMPP 2.0.2 Brief Information
I just received an information from my friend, Clint Tinsley. He is going to host a Linux Home Server BoF at Utah Open Source Conference 2009 on October 8, 2009, at Miller Campus of the Salt Lake Community College, Sandy, Utah. He will demonstrate SLAMPP 2.0.1 to get the conversation started. It is surely a good news for me and I really appreciate Clint’s work there. Sadly, I can not attend that event in person due to my personal situation right now. I hope Clint’s BoF will be running well and people could take something useful from there. Wish you … Continue reading SLAMPP on UTOSC 2009