About the title of this blogThe first title was "Another blog about free software". Later I changed it to "The bright side" as a tribute of Monty Python's "Always look at the bright side of life" (from Brian's Life film). The background philosophy of free software and its communities also make me feel these good vibrations coming from the bright side of life.
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- New comment by larjona April 30, 2017@zagur Quizá Transportr
- New comment by larjona April 30, 2017@ondiz en las bibliotecas que frecuento, verifican que el disco esté bien antes de prestarlas. Si no lo hicieron, no pueden acusarte.
- New comment by larjona April 29, 2017@andersbateva Thanks for the suggestion. That would work for the blog posts but not other pump.io notes. I'll find my way, no worries ;)
- New note by larjona April 29, 2017New blogpost: "Underestimating #Debian" https://larjona.wordpress.com/2017/04/14/underestimating-debian/
- New note by larjona April 29, 2017Well, the bridge that I was using for pump.io -> GNU Social is broken since long; so I'll try to repost here until I find better solution
- New comment by larjona April 30, 2017
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My git repoHere you can find the documents that I wrote about libre software. Most of them are final reports for the subjects of Master of Libre Software at URJC Link to Gitorious mswl-larjona-docs repository
Tag Archives: Linux
Esto es una traducción del artículo “Secure Boot and Restricted Boot” escrito por Matthew Garrett y publicado el 26 de marzo de 2013. El repositorio git que he usado para la traducción sigue activo, por si alguien tiene alguna contribución … Continue reading
¿Existen aún los cines de verano? Recuerdo cuando iba con mis amiguetes a ver “pelis antiguas” bajo la noche estrellada. ¡Se podían comer pipas! En mi viaje al MSR 2012 me sorprendió ver muchos MacBook, y todos con la luz … Continue reading
El pasado 8 de mayo tuvo lugar la I Jornada de usuarios del CesViMa (Centro de supercomputación y visualización de Madrid) en el Rectorado de la Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. La jornada consistió en una serie de ponencias explicando las … Continue reading
I wanted to get rid of my Ubuntu 10.04 partition in my netbook. I wanted to have enough free space to try to install and use other operative systems in my computer. Ubuntu was the first GNU/Linux that I installed … Continue reading
One year ago I began as a Linux user installing Ubuntu 10.04 in my notebook. Few months later I installed Linux in my desktop at job but that time I chose Debian (stable) and then I switched to Debian testing … Continue reading
Linux kernel is 20 years old. Congratulations to all the people contributing to this amazing part of the libre software history. In this mini-post I will introduce a talk given by Linus Torvalds on September 2001 (wow) about the origins … Continue reading
I have never liked statistics, but at this point maybe you already know that I am a curious person. And the course “Communities” at the Master of Libre Software that I am attending at Universidad Rey Juan Carlos injected me … Continue reading
Last week I could not attend to my Case Studies I lesson (I am studying the Official Master’s Program on Libre Software at Universidad Rey juan Carlos), and it was about compiling the Linux kernel. What a pity! I’ve never … Continue reading
As part of my homework at Master of Libre Software, I had to make a video about anything interesting as Introduction to Libre Software. I chose to talk about Linux Distributions, because it is incredible the diversity of them and … Continue reading
The Linux Foundation released its annual Kernel Development Report, tracking the amount of changes and contributions to the Linux OS kernel. The top kernel contributors remain the same: Red Hat, Novell, IBM and Intel. (We will see next year what … Continue reading