Supposedly he as arrested for making false statements to his probation officer. Is that something that a normal person would be jailed for?
Yeah, typically. You also go to jail for violating terms of your probation too. Lying to your probation officer, depending on the lie will typically get you a few nights in jail. Violating your probation terms typically means you go back to jail for a considerable amount of time.
Microsoft Sues Chimps.
You really think they'll sue themselves?
Just shows Debian booting. What can you do with it?
You can drain your battery with it, enjoy!