Category Archives: xorg

Debian on PowerPC successful

The NVidia card being unable to drive two monitors is a little annoying, and the lack of support for skype and chrome is a bother, but I think I can build chrome… There’ll probably be no flash, I imagine.

Posted in debian, Graphics, linux, video, wheezy, xorg | 7 Comments

SELinux on Wheezy

So, Collier Technologies LLC needs to pass annual audits to operate a certification authority recognized by the SoS. To this end, I’m working with the fine group of developers who maintain SELinux. It seems that the configuration of Xorg that … Continue reading

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Producing relocatable packages with the GNU build system

I’ve recently found a need to create relocatable versions of some of my favorite libraries (produced, not-so-coincidentally by the GNU build system). You might find yourself asking “What is relocatable software, and why should I care?” Maybe I can help. … Continue reading

Posted in autotools, dbmail, firefox, Free Software, gnome, gpl, gtk+, gtkglarea, gtkglarea-sharp, mono, mysql, Software, xorg | Leave a comment

Please begin seeding etch release candidates with me

http://cdimage.debian.org/cdimage/etch_di_rc1/amd64/bt-dvd/

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gtk and OpenGL

I couldn’t sleep this morning. I woke up early and mostly watched Firefly. Between episodes, I hacked on gtkglarea and updated some of my bugs over at the gnome bugzilla system. I added a couple of components to the gtkglarea … Continue reading

Posted in 3d, Free Software, glx, gnome, gtk+, gtkglarea, lgpl, linux, microsoft, open source, opengl, xorg | Leave a comment

AIGLX – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

AIGLX – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Bling.

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