Distracted by LeoCAD Once Again on openSUSE Linux

LeoCAD is an application that I use somewhat frequently. It is available for Linux, Windows and even Mac but I don't have a Windows or Mac machine of which to compare to Linux. I have written about the joys of using¬†LeoCAD before¬†if you are interested in that blathering and at that time I used the … Continue reading Distracted by LeoCAD Once Again on openSUSE Linux

Sabayon Linux | Review from an openSUSE User

In my quest to further cement that openSUSE is the greatest Linux distribution ever, I have kicked the tires of yet another Linux Distribution, Sabayon. What Surprised me about this distribution was that it was Gentoo based yet installed very quickly, performed its updates quickly and was configured pretty decently out of the box. I … Continue reading Sabayon Linux | Review from an openSUSE User

Dolphin | My File Manager of Choice on openSUSE

Managing files is nothing new for me. Since my days on the Amiga Workbench of the early 90s, I have developed a preference for how I like to manage my files. My first real exposure to what I think is a fantastic file manager was "Midnight Commander" to which a mode of that was available … Continue reading Dolphin | My File Manager of Choice on openSUSE

A Week on Gnome for a KDE Plasma User with openSUSE Tumbleweed

My virtual Linux Users Group, as it were is the BDLL community. As part of a community challenge we were to live a week in Gnome. In full disclosure, I didn't quite make it a full week on Gnome. Even though I was told I had to really give it a chance, really get used … Continue reading A Week on Gnome for a KDE Plasma User with openSUSE Tumbleweed