Should you be bored and have some time to get amused, take a look at “The IT Crowd”.
It’s a great British sitcom about IT administrators and their weird lifestyle (yes, it’s very exaggerated : ) ).
More about the show @ wikipedia.org.
“Previews” can be found at youtube.com.
PS: Memory is RAM !! : D
OS: SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP1 (x86_64) [64 bit]
VMware Server [1.06] depends on some 32 bit software:
+ xorg-x11-libs-32bit-6.9.x (should automatically add the other packages, too)
Additionally gcc, make, kernel headers, etc. have to be installed to run vmware-config-tools.pl properly.
Today, I bought a new scanner – of course without checking linux compatibility : |
HP – a well known brand. Description says “Works with Max OS X, Win Vista, XP, 2000”. Linux wasn’t mentioned, but that’s quite common.
The default xsane backend package (<- v.1.0.19 [delivered with Ubuntu Hardy]) didn’t find a device, so I tried installing the beta release of the hp3900 sane backends (drivers).
This version is still beta status, but got my new scanner up and running : )