or Try before you “Buy” With over 600 GNU/Linux distributions available, 300 of which are under active development, what’s the best? How do you choose? It would be nice if there was a Linux Store, like the Apple Stores, where you could actually walk in and “testdrive” a Distro (short for Distribution). Unfortunately, there aren’t […]
An interesting article by Cirrus first posted on his blog
Again ill be writing about yet another TUI application, which will run with or without an X server. Those who know me are aware i prefer to use the console where possible, not because i wanna be l33t but merely because i find it does things better, faster and in many cases opens up more options/preferences than you get with the GUI counterparts. My latest find started life in or around December of 1994 as a DOS binary-only freeware. Thankfully at the tail end of 2003 someone took the time and effort to port it to Linux, and other ‘Unix like’ Operating systems.
Open Cubic Player (OCP) as mentioned will run in a TTY as well as in a graphical environment, here’s a few scrot’s of OCP