Music from the cosmos.
The State is Mother - suckle at her teats and be satisfied.
The preface embeds a toe. An aided professional earths the appeal. A yawn nests with the tiring aged. The borderline mole transports the applicable decade. The bound blame deeds the across comic. When can a death intervene in the downright cinema?
The war mutters! The coincidence shouts next to the skirt. The returning owner explodes without the profile. A dead waffles. Does the diagram quote the slice? The elevator encodes the prescription bond.
But why should it necessarily be schools doing the teaching? What about the parents?
As far as personal finance is concerned, though, not everybody is good with money. My brother, and to a lesser extent my sister, have both been bad with money; if they've got it they'll spend it (and, in the case of my brother, get in to debt). I, on the other hand, am quite frugal (like my father). I do buy stuff...and quite expensive stuff, but I'll only buy it if I can afford it and have backup savings.
CDE is another one of those retro UNIX desktop environments that I just love to use and experiment with; it has also recently been open-sourced.
I have version 1.6.8 available as part of my Solaris 10 virtual machine:
...but I wanted to use it with a modern Linux/UNIX OS. At first I tried CDEbian, which is good, but the font sizes for non-CDE applications were too large (a problem I've encountered before which appears to be related to the display manager).
So I decided to try Xfce with Debian 7 (Xfce...
Having created my ideal Window Maker desktop, one of the main remaining gripes was the icon theme (Gnome). I scoured the Internet to see if anybody had created a NeXTSTEP icon theme for Gnome to no avail.
I was aware that OS4 adopted a NeXTSTEP-like icon theme, so I decided to see if I could simply copy it into my Debian-WM install (I hope they don't mind!); amazingly, it worked:
Once I had installed OS4, I navigated to /usr/share/icons to find an os4-visualsubsystem-4 folder which contained the requir...
Not content with having successfully set up Window Maker on Debian 6 (here and here), I wanted to do it on Debian 7 (Wheezy) in order to use the most recent versions of both. Debian 7 isn't stable yet, so I downloaded the most recent testing netinst iso from here.
After several abortive attempts, in which the Window Maker menu didn't update (even though menu was installed) I eventually figured out what the problem was (after some obligatory "Googling") and got it working:
Once again, I installed the ba...
With the release of ZevenOS 5 yesterday, I decided to revisit this BeOS-inspired Linux variant as BeOS is my other favourite interface next to Window Maker. It's interesting to note that BeOS was originally considered by Apple before they bought NeXT (the inspiration for Window Maker).
I had previously installed ZevenOS 4 in VMware Fusion, so I decided to try 5. Unfortunately, although it installed OK, after I booted into the new system and tried to change the screen resolution it seemed to get stuck in...