Month: November 2009
I’m about to try installing a Fedora 12 test image onto the spare disk partition in this computer, but it’s taken me a while to work out which partition actually is spare. The reason: most of my filesystems are in logical volumes on LUKS-encrypted devices. So, for my own reference as much as anything else, […]
When I think about it, I can remember more games I used to play on my Commodore 64 than I expect to. Here’s what I’ve managed to recall.
To head off the question before I’m asked it: no, HPLIP 3.9.10 will not be in Fedora 12. We will stick with 3.9.8. The 3.9.10 release contains a completely re-written print filter, 27 thousand lines of new code, all of it written by HP with no outside review. There is no public source code repository […]