PCBSD 9.0 Review

I’ve been a big fan of FreeBSD. I got acquainted to it when I was reading a wiki article on Mac OS X. Then I came to know that it is based on something called FreeBSD. I started searching for it and I downloaded a release. I tried to install it on my system &…

Crunchbang Linux Review

It all started when a friend of mine wanted to install Linux on his IBM ThinkPad. But, as he was working in Reliance Communications, the laptop was company provided. But the USB ports on the laptop too were blocked that means there was no option of using a USB drive either. He had a Seagate…

HP TouchPad Review

I know that it is very, very late. But still I somehow got my hands on a HP TouchPad last week. It is here with me for few weeks. So, here’s the review To unlock the screen, you’ve to simply slide the lock icon to any part of the screen and it gets unlocked. Moreover,…

CentOS 6.0 Review

As you all know, I had installed CentOS 6 inside VirtualBox. I was initially thinking about installing it natively on my system, but then, the thought of reinstalling the OS & configuring the settings again came to my mind and I decided to go virtual. So, here’s the hardware on which I installed CentOS 6…

One file to rule them all.

Last week I gave a try to CentOS 6.0. I installed it inside VirtualBox in Windows 7. I was simply amazed by its stability and very low memory usage. I think that ultra-stable & tested packages use much, much less memory as compared to the bleeding edge packages. So, the next task was to share…