• Howto: Deus Ex: Human Revolution in Ubuntu/Linux

    I just bought Deus Ex: Human Revolution, and if you did too, or are contemplating it, don't let the bad rating on WineHQ…
      
  • GStreamer, MIDI (and Ubuntu)

    So, you have all your old MIDI files lying around and you decide to play them through Totem or another GStreamer based player…
      
  • Find the 32bit deb package from your 64bit system

    I'm sure I'm not the only one that has had to install a 32bit version of some package to get a game or other program not…
      
  • Switch to bottom pane plugin for GEdit

    So, I've been reconsidering GEdit as a quick development environment, but I was really missing a way to switch to the bottom…
      
  • How to get sound in Shadowgrounds in Ubuntu Maverick x64

    Yeah, so here we go, my third issue with the Linux port of Shadowgrounds... anyway, it turned out to not be that difficult…
      
  • A quiet little game

    Normally I blog about Wine and Vineyard, but while the meaning behind these two projects are getting an existing Windows…
      
  • "Fixing" a Banshee music database

    NOTE: This is a bit verbose in the description, but maybe you can learn something from the process. If you just want to …
      
  • Vineyard: What's going on?

    After the hinting I did in my last post and the lack of any new features being released for Vineyard, I though I'd let you…
      
  • Just a quick note about network connections

    I've been working on some new functionality for Vineyard and I needed to test if the user is connected to the internet or…
      
  • Christmas release!

    This is just a quick post to tell you all that I've updated wine-preferences in my PPA. There are lots of new goodies and…
      
  • Vineyard update

    Sorry for the lack of updates lately, lot's of stuff to take care of lately, but at least Vineyard is shaping up nicely!…
      
  • More tools for Wine management

    Okay, this is actually fairly exciting... I've packaged and uploaded nautilus-wine and wine-preferences to my PPA, so now…
      
  • Launchpad and PPA - here we go!

    So, after having build a debian package of python-wine, I thought it would be an easy thing to set up a PPA and start actually…
      
  • Wine integration in Nautilus

    As very few people apart from Scott Ritchie probably know, I've been working on integrating Wine more closely with Gnome…
      
  • Linux Memory Management

    I have 3gbs of memory in my system and a fast processor, yet my system would start choking when I used to much memory so…
      
  • Linux Mint - Wow!

    After having my partitions mangled once again, again, again by Windows, I decided I had to clean up my Linux - and by clean…
      
  • The future of Ubuntu and the desktop internet

    I've just read Mark Shuttleworths post to the Ubuntu Development mailing-list and I must say it got me a bit excited. In…
      
  • Default video player in Linux

    Just a quick memo on how to make mplayer the default videoplayer in Linux: xdg-mime default mplayer.desktop application/…
      
  • More about EVE (in Wine)

    Okay, annoyed with the choppiness of EVE in Cedega (the official "client" on Linux) I set out to get EVE running in Wine…
      
  • EVE Icons

    Well, turns out I'm not really a fan of the Windows icons for EVE either, so I set about finding a replacement icon, and…
      
  • EVE Online Trinity - in Linux

    I've just begun my venture into the world of EVE Online and find it quite intriguing. However, since the "port" to Linux…