linux-magazine.com: Just because Bradley M. Kuhn is executive director of the Software Freedom Conservancy doesn’t mean he is exempt from grunt work. As one of only three permanent staff members, Kuhn is used to doing all sorts of unexpected tasks – including keeping the Conservancy’s books.
mylinuxrig.com: I have no idea when I started using Clementine. I thought it’s something I picked up from Xubuntu, but going through my notes, I was thinking of Exaile. But at some point, I decided I like Clementine as my music player.
h-online.com: The GNU/Hurd development team at the Debian project has released a version of the Distribution based on Debian 7 "Wheezy" and the GNU Hurd kernel. Debian GNU/Hurd 2013 is the first major release of the distribution after years of development work, even though it is not an official Debian release.
linuxinsider.com: There's no school like the old school. Midnight Commander still brings text-based file management goodness to your computer in a non-flashy but very functional way.
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- Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 317
- Another week of rawhide (2013-05-21 edition)
- Free and open source support for RAR archives in Fedora
- Accessing the Raspberry Pi’s 1MHz timer
- Steganography- Hide Your Files Inside An Image In Linux
- Blender 2.67a Released
- GNU Hackers Meeting 2013
- Samsung Talks About Its Aggressive Linux Talent Recruitment Strategy
- Linux gamers trying to convince Blizzard, EA and Co.
- Okular welcomes configurable review tools
- Behold: A Newer, Better Firefox
- Linux and Google Chrome get cozy with Kernel 2.9
zdnet.com: Mint isn't just an outstanding Linux desktop, it's the best new desktop operating system of any kind available now.
mylinuxexplore.blogspot: To be honest, I have used quite a few KDE distros in last couple of years but never saw a resource efficient distro like Mageia 2. Under similar conditions, Mageia performed better than almost all the KDE distros I have used. For me, the release of Mageia 3 was one of the most anticipated releases of 2013.
everydaylinuxuser.com: One of my favourite things about writing about Linux is when I decide to review one of the smaller distributions. This week I have had the pleasure of installing, exploring and now reviewing Emmabuntus 2.
ostatic.com: While the rest of Linuxdom was reading of the Debian 7.0 and Mageia 3 releases, the OpenMandriva gang have been hard at it trying to get their new distribution some attention.
Richard Stallman: If you run a nonfree program on your computer, it denies your freedom; the main one harmed is you. Your usage of it can harm others indirectly, by encouraging development of that nonfree program. If you make a promise not to redistribute the program to others, you do wrong, because breaking such a promise is bad and keeping it is worse. Still, the main direct harm is to you.
tecmint.com: Linux is fun! Huhhh. OK so you don’t believe me. Mind me at the end of this article you will have to believe that Linux is actually a fun box.
dedoimedo.com: It is time to test the third sibling in the Ubuntu family, the one named Kubuntu. So far, we've had Ubuntu, which was somewhat bland. Then we also had Xubuntu, which worked like a charm, except for a kernel oops thingie affecting the entire range, a silly thing to coincide with the official release. The KDE version is next.
darkduck.com: This man usually sits in a different seat of the interview room. Many people in the Linux world recognise him as a person who interviewed a lot of high-profile Linux advocates, prophets and journalists. But let me now put him into the interviewee's seat and introduce the man to you. Please meet: Steven Ovadia.
techrepublic.com: Free office suite tools like OpenOffice and Libre Office have more advanced features than you might expect. Here are seven that go beyond the common tasks.
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- BSDTalk interview with Kris Moore (PC-BSD)
- Removing unwanted applications in Debian
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