What is Flock? I don’t know… ha-ha. Seriously; I’m not too clear, but I found it on my RSS feed today from LinuxInsider. So far it looks great. It’s a web browser targeted to users of social networks, heh – that’s me! You can have a side tab with your friends from different networks and you can even click n drag pictures to them to quickly share. Sounds like fun. It’s based on Firefox (win win) so I’ll try it when I get home.
You can find more information from Flock’s web site.
I saw this on a post from Fresh Ubuntu podcast. You gotta love linux programmers. I’m a big fan of ordering pizza online. The problem is the closest Dominos, in my area, keeps screwing up the orders. Besides that – this video is awesome and I’m going to install it just to try it out.
Here’s the site to download the application: www.beigerecords.com/cory/pizza_party/
Quick Answer: Delete any related file ending in “.ev-summary” in the ~/.evolution/mail/local/ folder. Make sure Evolution is closed before you do this.
Rant: Here’s my ordeal with this horrible error, at least to a noob in linux, like myself. I couldn’t figure out why I was getting this error. When I opened Evolution I would get a pop-up saying “Summary and folder mismatch, even after a sync”. I thought it was my mail stored on my server, I have 4 pop accounts and I ended up deleting all the old emails 500+ each (Yeah I’m a pack rat). It was literally driving me crazy because it wanted to redownload ALL my old emails.
I’m having a hard time understanding what makes Livna so hot, in the linux-world. To my understanding they are better than getting videocard drivers from nVidia’s web site because they are opensource and when you install the latest kernel update – your card won’t go bonk!? on you. As for me, I’ve been using nVidia’s propriatory drivers because that’s the only way I get World of Warcraft or any other video game to work.
The only issue that I have to deal with right now IS, when my kernel is updated. I have to run through the Xserver configuration. Once I get into my desktop, I would then switch back to my propriatory drivers or CTRL+ALT+BACKSPACE back out to a full shell environment to reinstall them. It is a bit of a hassle, but I have yet to jump on the band wagon of Livna.