See how to use ttf fonts in xterm in the NetBSD tutorial.
To get TrueType fonts by default in
xterm I added the following lines in
XTerm*faceName: Bitstream Vera Serif Mono XTerm*faceSize: 14 UXTerm*faceName: Bitstream Vera Serif Mono UXTerm*faceSize: 14
Very good article on open company communication by Sara Rosso, who works for WordPress.
The article below centers around these headlines.
- Be distributed
- Be Online
- Be Transparent
- Work Hard, Play Hard
Update: I gave a similar presentation at LeWeb about the Future Way of Working: the Distributed Company.
I gave a presentation in Italian at the Digital Communication Forum in Milan in February, and I spoke about “The New Digital Company: Online, Distributed, and Transparent.” I wanted to make those slides available immediately, but since the talk was an Ignite, a flash talk given in 5 minutes with 20 slides that appear on the screen for only 15 seconds, the slides are usually more visual than descriptive, so in lieu of recording my speech in English, I’ll walk you through a few of my slides.
The first few slides were…
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Instead of starting X like
and therefore loading the NVidia CUDA environment, one can simply add
[ -c /dev/nvidia0 ] || mknod -m 666 /dev/nvidia0 c 195 0 [ -c /dev/nvidiactl ] || mknod -m 666 /dev/nvidiactl c 195 255
Interesting slides from Valve on their venture to Linux: Porting Source to Linux – Valve’s Lessons Learned