I didn’t know that but Google is doing a really good work with solar energy, producing something like 9-10,000 KW/h every day! Check the Google Solar Panel Project. Actually I don’t think solar energy could solve the energy problem but… waiting for someone to invent something better, I say “good work” to Google. Original news
Due to the licensing problems it won’t ever be included in the default kernerl package but the FUSE adepted guys are doing the porting work: ZFS on FUSE blog news on slashdot news on LinuxWorld UPDATE: During a deep read of the LinuxWorld article I found a really interesting thing: Samuel has already found a [...]
Once upon a time PHP had several different DB drivers such as: mysql pgsql mssql oci sqlite odbc informix firebird Later came mysqli oci8 and we already had duplicated drivers (also if they have some different optimizations/features) Later came PDO and we had pdo_mysql pdo_pgsql pdo_mssql pdo_oci pdo_oci8 pdo_sqlite pdo_odbc pdo_informix pdo_firebird so now we [...]
Safari is going to be released on Windows, someone is wondering why Apple maybe isn’t going to release it also for Linux… thinking about the history of webkit/KHTML but… I prefer no Safari at all on Linux, the best thing is that the webkit engine keep been developed from both Apple and the KDE community [...]
People are claiming that Wubuntu brings Ubuntu into your browser, this is totally wrong! Wubuntu is just a web application that tries to emulate the graphic theme of Ubuntu, nothing to do with the real operating system behind. I think wubuntu is a good work (also if I don’t like web desktop projects) but it [...]
There are mainly 2 PHP abstraction layers out there: PEAR::MDB2 ADODB I used both for long time within P4A and the conclusion is that none of them is good enough, because of feature lacks, bugs, communication difficulties with the team. I have to say that MDB2 code is much clearer. But there’s something interesting coming [...]
LinuxMCE is a great media center software built for being installed on a Kubuntu feisty, but reading the download and install instructions it seems to be that it’s all too difficult, why not building a Kubuntu livecd with built-in MCE? Is someone interested in the project? Do someone want to join me to do that? [...]
It seems to me that none in the world needs to get meta-info from a query like this: SELECT * FROM table1 JOIN table2 ON (table1.id=table2.id) I need to know from which table are the returned columns from. That’s not possible. It was possible with some old PHP DB drivers (not for all and I [...]
just on the right of every post, nice hu?
Look at it, HTML code is completely unreadable but you’ll notice that’s much more standard compliant and lighter. So standards are not so bad hu?