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|Story||Tiny i.MX6 module takes Linux into harsh environments||Roy Schestowitz||25/09/2014 - 8:40am|
|Story||Is Oracle Using Canonical to Counter Red Hat?||Rianne Schestowitz||25/09/2014 - 8:39am|
|Story||Gnome 3.14 Review||Roy Schestowitz||25/09/2014 - 8:28am|
|Story||Sharing Distros, Tiny Core Fights Fires, and Bash Bug||Rianne Schestowitz||25/09/2014 - 8:04am|
|Story||Leftovers: Software||Roy Schestowitz||25/09/2014 - 1:46am|
|Story||today's howtos||Roy Schestowitz||25/09/2014 - 1:45am|
|Story||Leftovers: Gaming||Roy Schestowitz||25/09/2014 - 1:44am|
|Story||Blackphone bug bounty programme aims to find flaws in 'surveillance-proof' smartphone||Roy Schestowitz||25/09/2014 - 12:02am|
|Story||Huawei Is New Official Smartphone Provider For Officials In China||Roy Schestowitz||24/09/2014 - 11:46pm|
|Blog entry||Rogue Bots||Roy Schestowitz||24/09/2014 - 10:48pm|
prweb.com: It can now be cheaper to shop using Firefox. Vouchers.Im Indicator for Firefox is a new add-on which will keep consumers aware of all promotions and discounts available on the websites they visit.
h-online.com: Btrfs, the designated "next generation file system" for Linux, offers a range of features that are not available in other Linux file systems – and it's nearly ready for production use.
linuxlock.blogspot: In the deepest, blackest parts of us, bad things exist... Things that we cannot touch, but we see...in a momentary flicker of peripheral vision...in the dark room that takes its only light from the moon...shadows that move...that take shape.
- PlayonLinux: Surprisingly Compatible
- OpenOffice bug/feature stirs 'horde of angry chimps'
- Don’t confuse Microsoft’s IP with Linux
- Microsoft's Empty Promise
- Red Hat Shares Fall Flat
- Linux Against Poverty Installfest - August 1st
- Opera 10 Beta 2+ Released
- Kerberos fun
- The Business Of Free
- Omnipresent Search Interface GNOME Deskba
- Linux Crazy Podcast 59 Robert Raitz (pappy_mcfae)
- Linux Format wallpapers Updated
- How to Choose the Best Web Browser
- Migrating From WUBI to Full Ubuntu Install
- Does Printing Work Well In Linux?
- eBox Releases Version 1.2
- Ubuntu Netbook Remix on AA1
- Draco loves KDE3
- On natural selection, evolution, and open source licenses
- Google Chrome OS: I don't think so
phoronix.com: With it being a while since we last compared many Linux distributions when it comes to their measurable desktop performance, we decided to run a new round of tests atop four of the most popular Linux distributions: OpenSuSE, Ubuntu, Fedora, and Mandriva.
linuxgeeksunited.blogspot: It is the dream of untold OpenSource developers to have OpenSource and Linux dominate the home desktop market. To banish Microsoft Windows from the the 'adults' table over to the 'kids' table forever. What is it that Linux and OpenSource need to offer to accomplish even a portion of that dream?
- Wbar in Mandriva
- SSH Attack Foghorn
- 10 Free Resources for Splashy Graphics and Slick Photos
- Using Spotify On Linux
- OpenOffice.org Calc: The Mysteries of DataPilots Revealed
- A gentle introduction to C# and Mono
- Inserting Stored, Reusable Information in OpenOffice Writer
- Over ride gnome-screensaver defaults
- Changing the hostname in Linux
- Howto: Flash on Google Chrome/Chromium for Linux now a Reality
- How to create backup with tarball -tar- command
- Using Built-in Policy Installer in Firewall Builder
- LLVM powered Mono
- Kontact: Check for New Email: Setting up a Global Shortcut in KDE4
- Shell Script While Loop Examples
- Howto: Share mobile broadband in Ubuntu using only the GUI
- How to Contribute to Open Source (When You're Not Exactly Scott Hanselman)
Firefox 3.5.1 fixes the following issues:
* Several security issues.
* Several stability issues.
* An issue that was making Firefox take a long time to load on some Windows systems.
penguinpetes.com: Linux is at war. Linux is under attack. Do you, dear reader, have any enemies? Who, pray tell? Your mother-in-law? That one manager at work? An ex-partner? You know who Linux's enemy is?
maximumpc.com: With a mighty "yehhh," the city of Vancouver, British Columbia, passed a motion to adopt open standards in its local government this past May. It allows governments to free themselves of pricy, proprietary software burdens while simultaneously opening up more areas of government for access by conventional citizens.
desktoplinuxreviews.com: Sidux is based on Debian and you can download a version that uses the XFCE or KDE desktop environments. You can also opt to download the lite version that weighs in at about 600MB or the full version that weighs in at around 2.1GB. Being the greedy app pig that I am, I opted to download the full KDE version.
linuxplanet.com: With all the recent heat generated about Mono and the C# language, it only seems appropriate to take a look at the issue from a programmer's perspective. There are a number of open source projects written in the C# language.
ubuntu.com: he Ubuntu team is proud to announce the release of Ubuntu 8.04.3 LTS, the third maintenance update to Ubuntu’s 8.04 LTS release. This release includes updated server, desktop, and alternate installation CDs for the i386 and amd64 architectures.
techexposures.com: WattOS Beta 3 is a lightweight Linux Distro geared towards running on less energy and for recycled or low power computers without compromising on features or performance that you’d expect from a full power system. Their motto “Light, Fast, Now” seeks to provide a low-energy full featured Linux distro.
sharms.org/blog: Put Fedora 11 on my laptop just out of boredom, some notes:
daniweb.com/blogs: If I hadn't already known--or at least had some idea of the religious zeal I was about to face, I would have been more shocked at the response to my 2009's 10 Worst Linux Distributions post from the other day.
mandriva.com: Mandriva, Europe's leading Linux editor, today announced the launch of Mandriva Flash 2009 Spring which takes the highly popular family of Mandriva Flash yet another step further.
itwire.com: In a surprise this morning, Fyodor announces the immediate availability of Nmap v5.00
computerworlduk.com: Contributing to projects that use more permissive licences than the GNU GPL means that it is likely that many will not contribute because of their distaste for free riders.
Also: Why Apache is not the bottom of the open source incline
betanews.com: Our continuing Linux-vs.-Windows series turns now to the absolute basics -- sooner or later you're going to install, update or upgrade something.