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|Blog entry||SOL||srlinuxx||3||14/08/2013 - 8:06am|
|Story||A Kmail Rundown||srlinuxx||14/08/2013 - 1:33am|
|Story||No distro diva drama here: Penguinista favourite Debian turns 20||srlinuxx||14/08/2013 - 1:31am|
|Story||Shuttleworth Pessimistic About Ubuntu Desktops||srlinuxx||14/08/2013 - 1:30am|
|Story||openSUSE 13.1 Milestone 4, GNOME live ISO||srlinuxx||13/08/2013 - 9:53pm|
|Story||The People Who Support Linux: Attorney Uses Linux to Aid Firm’s Data Analysis||srlinuxx||13/08/2013 - 9:50pm|
|Story||New release of elementary OS is one classy Linux distro||srlinuxx||13/08/2013 - 9:48pm|
|Story||Red Hat CEO: Go Ahead, Copy Our Software||srlinuxx||13/08/2013 - 9:46pm|
|Story||Torvalds frustrated at missing simultaneous release||srlinuxx||13/08/2013 - 9:42pm|
|Story||some leftovers:||srlinuxx||13/08/2013 - 3:18pm|
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techiemoe.com: I discovered this little gem in this week's DistroWatch Weekly. When a distribution claims to be "Linux for Software and Web Developers," both of which I happen to be, my ears prick up. Could this be the distribution I've been waiting for?
apcmag.com: Dell may be one of Microsoft’s largest customers, but the hardware heavyweight has decided that Windows simply isn’t good enough for today’s fast-paced and ‘instant on’ world. Dell’s new laptops sideline Windows with a fast-boot Linux OS and ARM processor to check email, browse the Web and even sync with Exchange.
brajeshwar.com: When a new Linux stumbler decides on switching on to Linux for full-time, s/he is often marred by an array of negative thoughts which intercept his desires of doing things differently.
freesoftwaremagazine.com: When I came across the oddly named SliTaz I really didn’t know what to expect. Yet another predictable fork of some better known distro which would blaze briefly in the free software firmament, burn out and fall to Earth, spent? Boy, was I ever wrong.
computingtech.blogspot: If you’ve switched to Ubuntu from Windows, there’s a very good chance that the security failings of Windows featured in your decision. By any measure, Microsoft’s record on security within its products is appalling.
linuxgeeksunited.blogspot: There are many very good sites that offer software that many Linux and other Opensource OS's can use to expand their usefulness and presence in the average Joe's home desktop. What other kinds of software is missing from the free software world that hasn't made it over yet?
ostatic.com: A court case that might otherwise not have much significance for most OStatic readers - it centers around a dispute between two vendors of model train software - has given rise to an unexpectedly-clear ruling on the merits of open source licenses.
- Will Netbooks Pave the Way for Linux?
- Are “instant on” notebooks the future?
- No retail channel for laptop Linux
- First AMD-based "netbook"?
- Will 'netbooks' crush laptop sales?
- Netbooks A Linux Stronghold?
serverwatch.com: Of all the announcements to come out of last week's LinuxWorld expo in San Francisco, the two most interesting takeaways are Ubuntu's imminent assault on the enterprise space and the fact that the rise of community Linux distros in large organizations is at hand.
linux-wizard.net: One of the new feature in Mandriva 2009.0 will be PackageKit support. As of today, PackageKit now have support for an urpmi backend ! This backend have been developped by Mandriva, and is already one of the backend supporting the most features.
linux.com: Pardus is a GNU/Linux distribution funded and developed by the Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey. Pardus has its own unique installer, package manager, configuration wizard, and control panel. This originality, and the developers' attention to detail, make Pardus worth a look.
ubuntukungfu.org: The history of computing is one of giants being toppled. Remember DEC and Wang? No? Well, that says a lot. A giant is in the process of being toppled right now.
Matt Asay: I had nearly overlooked the fact that Red Hat went public nine years ago on August 11, 1999 with one of the top-ten single biggest gains in Wall Street history. Impressive.
theinquirer.net: THE GREAT LINUX debate still rumbles on, and looks set to continue for some time. While market share has been creeping up on the desktop, it can't match the impact and use of Windows - yet Linux advocates will not tire of pushing their beloved Tux onto a public tired of Microsoft's efforts. But the operating system just isn't ready for day-to-day use by non-experts.
metamorphosis.org.mk: The Polish Ministry of National Education is advising schools and universities to use Open Source software. The recommendation comes at the end of a volunteer campaign to help schools switch to Open Source.
crashsystems.net: New Generation is a non-profit, private school. This morning, the school was having problems with it’s Comcast cable Internet connection, so Mrs. Gorman decided to call Comcast tech support. However, the support agent refused to give her the case number, restating the fact that Comcast does not support Linux.
headshotgamer.com: When it comes to games you can buy 'off the shelf' at your local game store, the list of ones that can be installed natively (without wine) on Linux is very short. The list gets extremely short if you only want to include newer games. Thankfully, companies like id Software openly support Linux and provide not only installers for Linux, but have also open sourced some of their earlier engines (Quake 1, 2 and 3). They continue this support with their latest game; Enemy Territory: Quake Wars (ET:QW).
linuxformat.co.uk: Firefox 3 may have introduced a number of new features, but it is the ability to add extra functionality with the use of extensions that remains one of its biggest assets. There are hundreds of extensions to choose from -
zdnet.com: You know the ones I’m talking about. The candy-colored ones that live forever, even as you’re hoping they’ll die so you can replace them with something that will run OS X? Instead of wishing for them to die, though, why not just install Ubuntu on them?