Month: April 2007

Open Source time registration and tracking

I am in the middle of a project with a client – a project to improve their time usage registration procedures. They had been looking at several commercial solutions – all requiring customizations – most of them costing “an arm

Posted in Achievo, Open Source

Internet Explorer on Linux

This post is written from Internet Explorer 6. In itself that is not so strange – I have a large client that exclusively run Internet Explorer 6 throughout the entire enterprise, so my work needs to be 100% tested on

Posted in Geekyness

Feisty Fawn screen resolution issues

Important: Before you begin, back up your xorg.conf file – a misconfiguration may leave you without a GUI. Apparently Ubuntu 7.04 does not know either my graphics card (Intel 810) and/or monitor (Dell FP1701). The monitor – one of Dell’s

Posted in Linux

Focus focus

I like to keep stuff separated, so this blog will contain observations and hopefully conversations about IT, geeky stuff and social software. As I am writing this, I have just completed downloading Ubuntu Linux 7.04 which was released today. Their

Posted in Geekyness, Linux