Now Optimized for Mobile Devices
This website has undergone a overhaul with a simplified design that also happens to be easy to navigate on mobile devices as well as making the website accessible to those who need screen readers to navigate the Web. Accessibility (ADA compliance) was my first priority.
The newsfeed that was present on this page has now been removed from this website. First, the newsfeed created compliance issues with HTML5 standards, as well as issues with accessibility for screen readers. Second, the newsfeed actually caused the overall website to take much longer to download, hence had a negative impact on the overall performance of the website.
In other words, The newsfeed actually slowed down the website to the point where it was unusable on mobile devices.
Some of the graphics are embedded inside some
h1 tags in order to be usable to screen readers at the same time maintain the look of the web pages.
Lakeshore Linux Under Development
Lakeshore Linux is the new name for my Linux distribution.
Lakeshore Linux development has been moved to SuSE Open Build Service. Normally used to build RPM and Debian packages for the mainstream distributions, the service can now be used to create ISO images, as well as virtual machine images for VirtualBox, QEMU, and Docker, as the Kiwi builder has its own repository and libraries there.
The ISO images are now hosted at the OpenSuSE download servers in its own directory, so no longer is a login required to download ISO images.
Despite that, PCLinuxOS will be the primary distrbution for Linux support.