Last Weekend Was the Southern California Linux Convention.
WOW, I learned so much. Were do I begin or where does the learning end. If you have ever been to a software convention before or any kind of convention you know that you will always be blown away by all the new stuff coming out; and don't forget about the great schwag! But for starters I will just highlight three things that I enjoyed:
IPv6 and you:
12.10 orginally shipped with Nautilus 3.2 however I have found this somewhat buggy. I used this article to update Nautilus to 3.6. A small note, the odd number realeases like 3.5 are considered unstable so my advice would be to keep a even number release for the most compatability. Since the upgrade. Nautilus hasn't crashed. I have a 12.10 64 bit. I will leave the link for those who wish to look into it
Wow, it has been a year since my last blog and it just prove how bad I am for keeping up with currents. I now have 12.10 and abandoned Win 7. Yes Google is my friend and also decided to get "Ubuntu Made Easy" and "How Linux Works." I would love to praise Ubuntu Forums however it's difficult to get support. I have resigned myself to reading and lots of search on the internet. A lot of time the answer is there because these issues are pretty common as well as the fix. Setting up accounts today and irc channels.
Why do you care!? Eh. I figured this was better than making my first post a JOB WANTED poster....
I am neither vegetable nor mineral yet both and more...
Uh... I'm a family guy... loved Bart then realized I've always been Homer... ;-)
Ubuntu... yes please... Debian servers everywhere... Slackware gets love too... redhat derivitives ah 5.2 5.4 *6.0*...
VMware... ESX on well spec'd hardware... Virtualbox... anywhere and everywhere... Cloud... well ... it's out there...
domain from godaddy
forward to zoneedit ( this part if not working)
webserver is up and running (confermed)
advice? cant get godaddy to forward to zone edit. nameservers are in place but forwarding is not. only because I dont know what to put in the forwarding field. been looing at this for days. this is why IT people get paid so much.