Maybe it's me. Maybe I've done something wrong in the install of Drupal. It just never seems to honor the timezone setting when rendering dates. I posted this over at the drupal site, but if you happen to have the same problem, this is the hack I did to fix it at my site. Edit... nope. Something is still fishy. Maybe its just a problem with ScribeFire? Who knows.
I don't believe I have that complex of a drupal install. Today, I got into a twisty maze of updates that left my site dead in the water.
I just took a quick spin, so your mileage may vary, but trying out xdrive (AOL, 5GB), skydrive (Microsoft, 5GB) and adrive (? 50GB) freebie offerings under linux (Ubuntu/Firefox 3.01) and the winner is...
Did you happen to see "Black Hawk Down"? This thing's a bullet magnet.
So, one of those e1ete haxxors visited my site this morning.
Wow that HAL9000 image was popular.
Google Chrome for Linux is mia
I've used low end nvidia cards on various linux boxes for years with no issues at all. Video plays. 2D works. 3D works. You would think an ATI card costing 4-6X would work better, right?
If you were following my old feed (and really, who knows why you would!) then this is the place to be for all new content.
When joy turns to sadness. Ubuntu Hardy is so current, it sometimes doesn't work.