VisualBoy Advance | Gameboy Emulation on Linux

I came upon a situation where I was not able to play any of my Gameboy games when away from home. I stumbled upon a rather fantastic solution that really needs to be shared with the Linux world. An emulator called VisualBoy Advanced. Be sure to check out my blathering about mGBA, another Game Boy … Continue reading VisualBoy Advance | Gameboy Emulation on Linux

New Adventures | Unexpected Change in Employment Status

I have been working at what has been my dream job at Whirlpool Corporation for six years. Every day I was either working on something new or making something better. The way I saw it, every day I was given a great gift of being payed to play with toys. Sure, they were appliances or … Continue reading New Adventures | Unexpected Change in Employment Status

FreeOffice on openSUSE

I am not really much of an "Office Snob" but in recent weeks, I have heard people hammer and clammer about this FreeOffice for both "in favor of" and "against" it. In full disclosure, I mostly use LibreOffice and I still use Microsoft Office 2007 for certain very specific reasons. That said, I am obviously … Continue reading FreeOffice on openSUSE

Dell Inspiron 20 3048 All-In-One Desktop SSD Upgrade

There comes a time in the lifespan of a computer where you decide that the performance becomes a little lacking. That was my case with this computer and the state of the drive was becoming a little dubious as it felt like it was getting slower and having periodic file system errors. Rather than just … Continue reading Dell Inspiron 20 3048 All-In-One Desktop SSD Upgrade

Noodlings 8 | DLN Xtend, Universal Packages and CAD

I'd like to say I must be doing something right when I end up on a couple podcasts or perhaps it means a laps in judgment by many others. I want to thank everyone that has taken time out of their busy day to listen to these noodlings. The 8th Noodling brought to you in … Continue reading Noodlings 8 | DLN Xtend, Universal Packages and CAD

Noodlings 4 | MX Linux, Pine64, BDLL openSUSE News

This noodling is brought to you by poor spelling and bad math. Maybe a little more time as a kid watching Sesame Street instead of Transformers would have done me well. The 4th Installment of my Noodlings can be found here MX Linux 19 Beta I have installed MX Linux on several machines. December of … Continue reading Noodlings 4 | MX Linux, Pine64, BDLL openSUSE News

Endeavour OS | Review from an openSUSE User

Endeavour OS is the unofficial successor to Antegros, I've never used Antegros so I cannot make any comparisons between the two. It should also be noted that I think Arch Linux, in general, is more work than it is worth so this won't exactly be a shining review. Feel free to bail here if you … Continue reading Endeavour OS | Review from an openSUSE User

KDE Plasma 5.16 on openSUSE Tumbleweed | Pretty Great

Recently, the fine folks of the KDE Plasma team have released version 5.16. You can check out the announcement here and see all the work that has gone into it. This update rolled down to openSUSE Tumbleweed in the last few days and it was fantastic enough of an update, I had to blather about … Continue reading KDE Plasma 5.16 on openSUSE Tumbleweed | Pretty Great

Makulu Linux 15 | Review from an openSUSE User

The latest in the BigDaddyLinux Community challenge is Makulu Linux. This distribution is very different from anything else I have used. It does use XFCE as the desktop but it is very customized. It some ways, it reminds me of Pantheon but without the top bar and less Mac OS-like. Makulu Linux seems to have … Continue reading Makulu Linux 15 | Review from an openSUSE User

NeptuneOS | Review from an openSUSE User

I am not a "distro hopper" but it is good to experience some of the other Linux distributions out there. It gives you a good understanding of what you like and what you like less and keeps things colorful. This time it is NeptuneOS, a Debian based distro. Most of my Debian experience as of … Continue reading NeptuneOS | Review from an openSUSE User