Monthly Archives: June 2014

Installing ZSNES in Fedora 20

Oh man, RPM Fusion has a zsnes v 1.51 package (and that’s the latest version available).  It’s incredibly easy to install – just add the rpmfusion-free repository to your system (if you haven’t already) and execute sudo yum install zsnes. … Continue reading

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Installing MAME in Fedora 20

Update:  See the next post in this series for updated instructions (basically what you see in the comments below) and more information (including hardware recommendations for your computing, gamepad, and light gun needs) about installing and configuring MAME in Fedora … Continue reading

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Skype 4.3 for Linux

Microsoft released a brand new Skype 4.3 for Linux, and I’m glad they did!  I was having some mild difficulty with Skype 4.2 (which, judging from the version type supported listed as Fedora 16 (which oddly persists to be listed … Continue reading

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Putting a Red Hat on AIX: Easing the Transition Between Linux and AIX

There is a growing need for system administrators, programmers, and engineers to be equally comfortable in multiple operating system environments.  At my current place of employment, I am expected to function equally well in the following environments: AIX 6.1 AIX … Continue reading

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