Thursday, July 30, 2009
so in the next couple of days sites
http://g721701.kvplab.com might be unavailable
to download my software and/or ask for techinical support
Sunday, January 18, 2009
Thursday, December 4, 2008
Yet I am having another round of webhosting service issues. Therefore, I would advise to download all the applications like TouchLauncher, TouchBook and KeyGEx from:
Just open any of those sites and search for the appropriate application.
Support will be provided via the old address firstname.lastname@example.org
Sorry for the inconvenience!
Thursday, October 23, 2008
Its been a month since our family has been erm.. “extended” with a new member – Hector. He came into our apartment when I was about to go out to get some tea at night.
Hector is a cat and this is what he looks like:
So you can say hi in the comment section and I’ll pass the greetings on to him.
Some more pics can be found here
Sunday, August 17, 2008
Its been a long 3 months since my application TouchLauncher for Palm OS has been released. Despite having some troubles at the beginning, it quickly grew into a fun and useful app that I can really be proud of.
Today is a big date for TouchLauncher as it has reached 2500 sales! That means that 2500 people are using the nice little launcher that adds some new style to their Palm OS devices.
I would like to thank everybody, who helped come this project to come alive, TreoCentral forums, where guys have done a great job at testing my betas, and of course all the purchasers of TouchLauncher for their support!
I wish everyone a happy using of TouchLauncher and invite everyone to my software website
Wednesday, February 6, 2008
Here goes then. The *nix distributive chosen was Novell SUSE Linux dunno which version. The DVD was put into the drive and booted well. I got a green background the logos and some other UI. After choosing the path and some other options (there are TONS of them, needed and unneded) with the help of my friend Ivan, who is somewhat familiar with Linux, it started installing. All went well and in an was done in hour, which has given us some time to pick up chips at a local store.
SUSE asked for root and user passwords and I was told that password "1" is a palindrome as well as it is too short. Well, I'm okay with that - security is always good (as long as it is not the annoying UAC)
Then it showed BASH and started to boot up. Then refused to do "init 5" (graphical UI) with an error "network loading - failed". Excuse me, What does network have to do with GUI. The situation stayed the same after reboot.
So I decided to boot Vista to try and clarify the situation there. Ha! After reboot I was shown the green GRUB screen with choices of OS, clicked on my Vista and BOOM! It failed to boot. Fiddling with the VIsta DVD didnt help, so I had to use the Win98 CD to do a fix of the MBR.
Too bad my acquaintance with the penguin wasn't that nice. But looking at all this stuff I can clearly see that for a somewhat-more-than-dumb user like me Linux is very complicated and un-userfriendly. So its not yet time to predict M$ death or anyting like that :)
PS. After asking on the SUSE forums we were told that the problem was with the Radeon HD2400Pro driver that SUSE incorrectly selected and the solution was to try enter some strange bash command xorgconfig with hope you will be able to choose the right driver from there in console mode.