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Story Microsoft woos new pals in D.C. srlinuxx 11/04/2005 - 2:16am
Story Gentoo 2005.0 released srlinuxx 11/04/2005 - 6:35am
Story Michael Dell ahead of Bill Gates on most admired list srlinuxx 11/04/2005 - 2:16am
Story Linux, others are used behind the scenes srlinuxx 11/04/2005 - 2:15am
Story Linux consortium gets valley boost srlinuxx 11/04/2005 - 2:14am
Story Teen Builds Linux Workaround For iTunes srlinuxx 11/04/2005 - 2:14am
Story You Get What You Pay For srlinuxx 11/04/2005 - 2:13am
Story IRS may consider eBay sales taxable income srlinuxx 11/04/2005 - 2:13am
Story howto: put linux on a zipit handheld srlinuxx 11/04/2005 - 2:12am
Story ISPs join to 'fingerprint' Internet attacks srlinuxx 11/04/2005 - 2:12am

Linux: Redirecting Core Dumps

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Linux

kernelTRAP: Neil Horman posted an enhancement to a /proc/sys/kernel interface for redirecting core dumps, "allowing the core_pattern to contain arguments to be passed as an argv array to the userspace helper application.

ASRock ALiveNF7G-HDReady

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Hardware

phoronix: It has been a while since we last reviewed an ASRock motherboard, but this budget manufacturer has kept churning out new and more innovative products. The ASRock motherboard we have our hands on for this Linux and Solaris review is the ALiveNF7G-HDready, which combines NVIDIA's GeForce 7050 and nForce 630a MCP with a wealth of integrated extras such as IEEE-1394a Firewire to offer a rather good package for its low price.

Windows Guy Tries Ubuntu 7.04: Part 2 - Two Weeks Later

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Ubuntu

teambio: So it’s been two weeks since I started using Ubuntu 7.04. I have to say that it has been a very interesting experience so far. To say that it has been easy and seamless would be a lie. However, I have to say that I’ve been able to do 99% of the things that I set out to do. Now that I’ve spent some time digging into the system I wanted to write a follow-up piece to my initial review.

Using a BlackBerry Curve with Linux

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HowTos

linuxappfinder: I recently got a BlackBerry Curve for work, and being a Linux user I was immediately interested in getting them to work together. The bad news is that RIM doesn't make a driver for Linux. The good news is that you can still get them to work together anyway. Here's how.

How To Manage An iPod From A Linux Desktop With Amarok

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Linux
HowTos

This article shows how you can use an iPod on a Linux desktop with Amarok. It covers how you can upload MP3 files from your desktop to your iPod, download MP3 files from your iPod to your desktop, and how you can delete files on the iPod.

Ubuntu Gutsy with Firefox GranParadiso

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Moz/FF

grumpymole: In a mischievous moment, I thought I would try out Firefox 3, or GranParadiso. My expectations were that nothing would look different, but there was a new rendering engine.

Red Hat Launches New Package Repository for Enterprise Linux

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Linux

Linux Electrons: Red Hat has launched a new package repository for enterprise-class Linux (EL) distributions derived from Fedora, such as Red Hat Enterprise Linux or CentOS, called EPEL.

knetworkmanager: the solution to WiFi-WLan-WEP-WPA1|2 nightmares

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Software

DPotD: I used to roam around cafés, schools, hotels, etc, logging myself into this network, that network, any network using the command line. OK, you are bored and couldn’t be asked to read any further —or was it that I was bored and installed knetworkmanager instead?

ABC is the next in line to exclude Linux

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Linux

switched.com: The era of streaming High-Definition content our PCs is almost here. Now you can watch episodes of 'Lost,' 'Ugly Betty,' or 'Grey's Anatomy' in beautiful 720p HD. Unless you just bought yourself one of those nice new Ubuntu powered Dells -- there's no support for linux.

Grammar Check For Open Office

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Software

Matt Hartley: So you are trying to drop that MS Office habit but find yourself struggling thanks in part to features missing from Open Office (Oo) such as a solid grammar check feature. As it turns out, there is a solution.

Scratching an itch with Ubuntu

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Ubuntu

CodeHappy: I’m not sure why, but I have an itch to install Ubuntu on a real machine. I could install it in a VM in Parallels, but for some weird reason I want it on a dedicated machine.

Ubuntu Linux on the Toshiba Portege 3490CT

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Ubuntu

yellowsub: When I first got the Toshiba Portege 3490CT from an auction at work, my main goal for the machine was to install Linux on it.

A GPL v3 killer?

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OSS

OneAndOneIs2: I see Intel has just released the previously-commercial-only Threading Building Blocks (TBB) template library under GPL v2. And this has reminded me of the complications Qt has brought up being v2-only, and it suddenly occurred to me that there's a way MS could bring a really sneaky anti-v3 strategy to bear.

Screenshots Of DSL-4.0 Alpha 1

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Linux

linuxseeker: The developmental release of the beautifully "near-microscopic" Damn Small Linux 4.0 Alpha1 has been released on 17 July 2007. This is what Damn Small Linux's fans have been really longing for. Happy, no. Euphoric, yes!

CheckGmail - a Gmail notifier for Linux

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Software

FOSSwire: To be fair to them, Google are now producing quite a few desktop applications for Linux now. However, we don’t yet have a Gmail Notifier application which runs in the background and shows you when you have new email in your Gmail inbox.

Why Linux has failed to become a viable desktop OS

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Linux

thoughtsabouttechnology: Linux has been an OS since 1991. It has been adopted by many web hosting providers and is a heavily used server platform. So, why can't Linux be a desktop OS? Simply put, because it doesn't have the features of a modern day desktop OS.

How-To: Install Ubuntu on LVM partitions.

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HowTos

debuntu.org: LVM (Logical Volume Manager) is a great piece of software which allow you to deal with Logical Volumes. Using LVM along with ext3 filesystem, you are allowed to extend the size of your logical drives which is pretty handy when running out of space.

Cries for help go out as open source mogul's radar breaks

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OSS

the register: How appropriate that we caught Chairman Tim O'Reilly ogling Portland's tram schedule just a few minutes before the Pirate Party's founder Rickard Falkvinge took the stage at O'Reilly's own conference. Chairman Tim plotted his escape from OSCON, as Falkvinge prepared to talk to the people about things that matter.

Thunderbird -- Why Change Things?

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Moz/FF

mitchell's blog: One large them of responses to the Thunderbird post is the question: Why can't Thunderbird and Firefox both prosper in the same development organization? Since there is money, what's the problem?

Linux: Documenting Memory Hotplug

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Linux

kerneltrap: Yasunori Goto posted some documentation for memory hotplugging which can be used to increase or decrease the amount of memory available to a live kernel. The documentation explains that this functionality is useful for virtualization and capacity on demand solutions, as well as for physically adding and removing RAM from NUMA-nodes.

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