Most of us have a wireless network up and running at home, yet few bother to unleash the full potential possible. In this two part guide I will document my little project for setting up a secure WLAN environment complete with network monitoring.
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The beta for Steam on Linux got started earlier this week. That alone marks a very important step for Linux as gaming has been the ever lasting argument not to make the switch to the open source world. However, to me, equally as exciting are the new NVIDIA drivers which NVIDIA themselves claim will bring double the frame rates and drastically reduced loading times. This is quite the achievement wouldn’t you say? Keep on reading for more insight.
A horde of Gnome Shell updates landed on my Arch-box yesterday, bringing my Gnome 3 installation up to 3.6.1. With it came a pretty nice cosmetic overhaul as well as lots of functional upgrades as well, especially the file manager has received some good attention. I will let the screenshots speak for themselves, so jump on over the break to grab a look.
Hakase has managed to get a smoothly running Debian setup running on his Galaxy Nexus. Using xRDP instead of VLC, things seem pretty sweet! If you feel adventurous Im sure he will help you out if you drop by the IRC channel!
Now for something totally different, a post about an ACF for X-Plane. The newly released Boeing 777-200LR is here. Does it bring X-Plane to the next level or does it fall into the mediocre bunch of add-on aircraft?
So, for those who dont know, Google has a build bot that compiles Chromium nightlies. The only thing is that Google keeps moving the damn packages. So to update you all, the currently source for Chromium nightlies is located here.