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Story Canonical Again Pushes Desktop Ubuntu for the Enterprise srlinuxx 02/09/2011 - 6:34pm
Story Intel pulls MeeGo plug? srlinuxx 02/09/2011 - 6:32pm
Story We won and we didn't notice srlinuxx 02/09/2011 - 6:30pm
Story New features in ubuntu 11.10 srlinuxx 3 02/09/2011 - 5:54pm
Story today's leftovers: srlinuxx 02/09/2011 - 7:11am
Story Why is the packaging process so broken?!? srlinuxx 02/09/2011 - 3:39am
Story Kernel.org breach does not reflect well on admins srlinuxx 02/09/2011 - 3:36am
Story SUSE Loses Another Former RadeonHD Developer srlinuxx 02/09/2011 - 3:35am
Story First Plasma Active experience srlinuxx 02/09/2011 - 3:34am
Story Desktop computers changing, not dying srlinuxx 1 02/09/2011 - 3:25am

Linux: no longer a winner?

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Linux

paul murphy: I was thinking about the future of Linux when it occurred to me that one path for its future can seen as a simple consequence of what we mean by “winning.” In other words, asking whether Linux will still be a winner in ten years leads first to the question of what we mean by “winner” and then to an answer about where Linux is going.

some howtos, shorts, and stuff

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News
  • Make Broadcom Wifi Work With Ndiswrapper on openSUSE 10.3

  • Picasa 3.0 on the way
  • GTK dialog boxes from shell scripts
  • Reduce Firefox 3 location bar autocomplete menu
  • Basilisk Games Announces the availability of Eschalon: Book I for Linux
  • Nokia N810 Internet Tablet overview and demo
  • Four Years of Gentoo

Review: Zenwalk 4.8 - Does Easier Mean Easy?

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Linux

adventuresinopensource.blogspot: I've been running Zenwalk 4.8 almost a week now and it did give some me more time to get a feel for it. I'd been told it was Slackware without the hassle, I'd even been told it was good for new users. Could this be true? Here's how I got on in my week with Zenwalk...

Firefox 3 Beta 2 in Ubuntu 7.10

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HowTos

topicalmatt.com: Problem is, Ubuntu 7.10 Gutsy Gibbon comes with an unstable version of Firefox 3, in the form of a “firefox-granparadiso” package, and it’s only Alpha 8, which doesn’t have the features and stability of the past few releases. There’s a simple way to upgrade this package, keeping all links, etc. intact.

Should Compiz be in Xubuntu by default?

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Ubuntu

kmandla.wordpress: It will sound snide, but I realize that the reason it was so funny to me is that people still think Xubuntu is intended for older hardware. The fact that it’s even discussed should be a clue to the contrary.

No OLPC Laptop for Me For Christmas

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OLPC

blogs.pcworld: I've received word from the OLPC folks that shipment of the XO $100 $200 laptop I'm entitled because I paid for one for a child in a developing nation has been delayed.

Dell's Ubuntu Laptops

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Ubuntu

apparentlymart.livejournal: I've just recieved my Dell Inspiron 6400 with Ubuntu preinstalled. Almost everything worked flawlessly out of the box, but there were two oddities:

Hacao Classmate PC avaiable !

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News

“This is the answer from Hoang le Minh (Vice director of HCMC Post & Telecom service - Government) to a reporter from Echip questioning him about the Classmate PC project from Intel and the possible choice of Hacao linux as operating system (instead of Windows). In summary : the CMPC has some physical limitations (256 MB Ram, 1 GB Flash memory) which prevents it from effectively using Windows operating system.

MEPIS 7.0 is Released

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Linux

mepis.org: MEPIS has released SimplyMEPIS 7.0. Some of the important packages included with the 7.0 release are: an updated and security patched 2.6.22.14 kernel, Xorg 7.1.0, KDE 3.5.8, OpenOffice 2.3.0, and Firefox 2.0.0.11.

Technology in 2008

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OSS

economist.com: Rejoice: the embrace of “openness” by firms that have grown fat on closed, proprietary technology is something we’ll see more of in 2008. Verizon is not the only one to cry uncle and reluctantly accept the inevitable.

Sabayon Linux: mini review

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Linux

pintooo15.livejournal: I tested the live version of sabayon linux 3.4f mini edition (CD) 64bit on my dell inspiron 1501 with AMD Turion tl-56 dual core. Key components are sata hard disk, ati onboard graphics accelerator, broadcom ethernet and wifi and other untested parts Tongue

Why amaroK ‘Roks’

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Software

stuff.techwhack: amaroK is the ultimate music management software, and for a casual music buff like me, it’s the best you can get out there. What separates amaroK from the other popular players in the market are its features which are targeted to make music management and playback easy, and a pleasing experience. Here, I’ve highlighted some of the key features of amaroK.

What Microsoft (And Linux) Can Learn from Firefox

itmanagement.earthweb: There are two things that I know with absolute certainty to be true; that Elvis is dead and that Linux poses no immediate threat to Microsoft’s business model.

Interesting comment from CompUSA

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Microsoft

zerias.blogspot: I asked one of the employees off the record if he could comment at all on the impact of Vista sales on the end of CompUSA's business. With a glaring look he responded I'd be better off asking about the returns. Returns?

Monitoring Real-time user logins in ubuntu

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HowTos

ubuntugeek.com: Whowatch is an console, interactive users and process monitoring tool.It displays information about the users currently logged on to the machine, in real-time. Besides standard informations (login name, tty,host, userâs process), the type of the connection (ie. telnet or ssh) is shown.

cpipe: Determine the throughput of a pipe

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Software

DPotD: A package I find useful is cpipe. It is simple tool you can use to determine the throughput of a pipe. Potential uses of cpipe might include determining the speed of backups that use tar and dd, your system’s pseudo-random number generator, or an OpenSSH tunnel or OpenVPN.

VectorLinux 5.9 Released

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Linux

The VectorLinux development team is proud to announce the release of VectorLinux 5.9 final GOLD edition. This is the fruit that has resulted from several months of coding, debugging and testing by the core development team and the Vector community. This release follows our legendary tradition of stability (inherited from SlackWare-12), blazing speed on even modest hardware and simplicity of design and function.

Ubuntu 8.04 (Hardy Heron) Alpha 2 Screenshots

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Ubuntu

phorolinux.com: Ubuntu 8.04 (Hardy Heron) alpha 2 has been released. This release includes Kernel 2.6.24, X.org 7.3, GNOME 2.21.4, PulseAudio, OpenOffice.org 2.3.0, GIMP 2.4.2, Firefox 2.0.0.10, Pidgin 2.2.2 and so on.

First look to Mozilla Labs Weave

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Moz/FF

mozillalinks: The door is open again and registration available for Weave, Mozilla Labs’ application for synchronizing Firefox metadata online. On activation you will be prompted to install the Weave extension (press Allow in the information bar to authorize service.mozilla.com) which is compatible for Firefox 3 Beta 2 and nightlies.

linux.conf.au: The house full sign is up

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Linux

iTWire: There are 35 days left before Australia's national Linux conference gets underway in Melbourne on January 28 but tickets have already sold out.

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