Friday, May 27, 2005
Version 7 rather shocked me, at least under Linux it was the ugliest Browser, I had ever seen.
-Yes, I have seen Amaya! [*SCNR*] I've even used MOSAIC - there was nothing else.
I am just about to get used to the current release, there still seem to be some CSS flaws, but what does that mean? I'll have to find out, why eBay is kicking me, when I try to log in with Opera. Strange.
My favourite through many years has always been Mozilla, but it looks like it getting slaughered by these Firefox Zealots.
Opera's email client is not so featureful as Mozilla's - but it's ok for sending some linking while browsing the net. I've got Sylpheed as my main MUA. Not perfect, but I have not seen the perfect mail app yet.
So. let's see, if Blogger will swallow this, or if i'll get kicked once more with my fancy red browser...
Wednesday, May 25, 2005
Tuesday, May 17, 2005
I needed to write a quick and dirty litte wrapper for blender to find the right libraries:
Your mileage may differ, depending on the path where you have additional libs from the companion CDs, sunfreeware, or blastwave.org. Thanks to the fact that blender's latest versions are available for many different platforms, I have built myself a little rendering farm, running IRIX, Solaris and Linux. Quite funny to have the modeller running on my antique Indigo2 and have the results of rendering runs served by a SPARC/x86 cluster in the background.
Friday, May 06, 2005
I can't say, which JDE I prefer, Eclipse has got this nice PHP-Plugin, but my machine is a SUN Blade 1000, and Net Beans just belongs here. I am also quite used to work with Net Beans and its predecessor, so I guess, I'll keep using them both.