jospoortvliet.com: I frequently get the question, by mail or over social networks:
But how do I get involved in $PROJECT? Now a common answer is 'just do it,' but what they want to know now is how to, you know, actually do it!
mylinuxexplore.blogspot: Hybryde Linux is a new distro to me - I haven't used it earlier. Conceptually it appears similar to Ultimate Edition which combines all available apps and desktop environments to a fusion operating system with an added element of seamlessly switching across desktops without requiring to log out. Definitely a novel concept.
tuxtweaks.com: Xubuntu is a derivative of Ubuntu Linux that uses the Xfce desktop environment for the user interface. It is one of the official derivatives of Ubuntu Linux. The intent is for Xubuntu to be easy to use while being attractive and light on system resources.
thepowerbase.com: Developer of the mega-successful casual strategy gem World of Goo is back, and this time they’ve brought Linux along for the first ride!
techgage.com: Around this time every year, a ton of action-packed movies hits the cinema that helps make summer taste just a little bit sweeter. Actually, that reminds me of something: a new top-end graphics card, much like NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 780, priced at $649. Is it fast? You bet. Is it fun?
Also: New NVIDIA Linux Driver Supports The GeForce GTX 780
tuxradar.com:With its Distrowatch ranking falling faster than Man Utd now that Sir Alex Ferguson has departed, Ubuntu is no longer the all-conquering force that it was. So what's happened? Has it, in fact, lost it, or is there a more subtle game afoot? We answer this conundrum (sort of) in the latest Linux Format.
- Ranking Linux distributions, and the decline of the traditional distros
- New Security Feature in Fedora 19 Part 3: Hard Link/Soft Link Protection
- Open-source office suite written in Java
- Updated history of the 2.6.16-stable kernel
- Pidora 18 (Raspberry Pi Fedora Remix) Release
- From subversive to mainstream: Looking back on 18 years
- Rktcr coming soon to Linux, demo out now!
- BSD Magazine (May 2013): Jails Firewall with PF
- SELinux policy for incron: what does it do?
- The Luminosity of Free Software, Episode 13
- Microsoft releases Skype for Linux 4.2
- Synaptic update error in Debian Jessie
- Designing Electronics with Linux
- FLOSS Weekly 252
- Raspberry Pi Gets New Wayland Weston Renderer
- Megabyte punch from Electro Games Will be on Linux also
- vnstat: Network logging over time
- The Cheapskate's Corner
- Debian GNU/Hurd 2013 released
- Debian Project mourns the loss of Ray Dassen
Arduino, the Italian-based project that designs the official line of Arduino boards, has announced the Arduino Yún. The Yún ("cloud" in Chinese) is the first in a series of WiFi-enabled Arduino boards, and the first to run Linux. It's intended as a general-purpose prototyping board for any Arduino creation that requires an Internet connection.
Reddit: Do you have problems when using the new google hangouts & google chrome? I had them with fedora and debian 7
I'm having some Issues with the google hangouts, or I think its caused by that. The mouse does not works fine at some random point, right click and left click doesn't work, copying and pasting anything is worse than a torture. Am I the only one over here, or is my machine becoming crazi?submitted by gabboman
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lately I have been using slax on an 60gb sata drive in a USB enclosure, and the boot time is around 20 seconds, but I was wondering is there a os that can boot even faster? well I did some searching and I heard of "instant boot OS's" i was wondering what os would boot up the fastest, I was looking for a os that would be able to shutdown and start up the fastest, for mobile use, when I am out and about I could boot up the computer do whatever and than shut it off (to save power) So what do you think is the best if the best when it comes to boot time's? let me knowsubmitted by flipoffaclif
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