Frustrated programmers on Linux

Life is hard. Especially in the working hours. The more hard the more you have to do your job on linux for linux. If you think about it, that’s odd. Back in the Days, Unix was the result of a young team that sought a programming (and hacking) environment. At times they had very programmers-unfriendly
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Fedora Core 5 – ready for the masses?

It is now somewhat more than a month that I’m using Linux Fedora Core 5 all day long. I have never used Linux so extensively at workplace (maybe with the exception of some periods when I worked at ABB, but then it was RedHat 4.2). How the system is doing when compared with, let’s say,
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Adventure in cross compiling land

If you have a C background you may find correct and appropriate that filenames are case sensitive. After all ‘a’ is different from ‘A’ as much as 65 is different from 97. If you have a BASIC background you may equally find correct and appropriate that filenames are case insensitive. It doesn’t matter how you
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