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|Story||SystemRescueCd 4.3.0 Officially Released with GParted 0.19.0||Rianne Schestowitz||07/07/2014 - 7:46am|
|Story||New Linux Kernel Vulnerability Patched in Three LTS Ubuntu Distros||Rianne Schestowitz||07/07/2014 - 7:35am|
|Story||Plasma Next Accessibility||Rianne Schestowitz||06/07/2014 - 11:07pm|
|Story||Linux 3.16-rc4 Kernel Brings More Fixes||Rianne Schestowitz||06/07/2014 - 9:27pm|
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|Story||Calligra 2.8.5 Released||Rianne Schestowitz||06/07/2014 - 9:02pm|
|Story||What’s up with Open Standards?||Rianne Schestowitz||06/07/2014 - 8:58pm|
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theinquirer.net: NVIDIA HAS ANNOUNCED its latest version of Linux Cuda 2.2 Beta, a hardware level refresh the Green Goblin hopes will amaze and delight GDB users everywhere.
h-online.com: Between Tuesday and Wednesday, Linus Torvalds released Linux 2.6.30-rc1, the first release candidate of version 2.6.30 of the Linux kernel.
linux-mag.com: Last week the Wireless Association’s yearly technology extravaganza, CTIA, took place in Las Vegas where the top gadget manufacturers shared their latest and greatest in mobility wares.
computerworld.com: I love old technology as much as the next techno-geezer, but come on, it wasn't all wonder and goodness.
- xPUD, the ultra-fast booting Linux flavour
- Linux Outlaws 85 - I Know What You Are Wearing, Mr. Wollenberg
- Cost Replacing Functionality as Linux's Appeal
- Emerging battlefield: Browser installers
- Ubuntu 9.04 To Feature Fingerprint Scanning
- Solaris Express Community Edition, build 111, released
- Cloud Based and Open Source - Can Business Intelligence Get Any Cheaper?
- Open Source Haggadah, chapter 1
- Open Source Haggadah, chapter 2
- 1 GB of Computer Memory - 1980 vs 2009
- How Open a Platform does "Open Government" Need?
- NeoWin reporter impartial? - I SUSEpect not!
- Another Look At Linux Netbook Return Statistics
- Updating to Mandriva 2009.1 (Cooker)
- Konqueror Del.icio.us Plugin update
- The past, present, and future of VC investment in open source
- Neary on Copyright Assignment: Some Thoughts
- IBM fingered over early Linux mistakes
- Compiz INSIDE VirtualBox? YES.
- Ubuntu License Plate on the Santa Monica Freeway
- I Switched to Mac After a Lifetime of Windows, and It Doesn't Matter
- Find and delete files with a given extension
- Having Problems With Acrobat Reader 9.1?
- 3D Acceleration and Compiz Inside VirtualBox Guests
- Migrating a project from one SVN repository to another using git-svn
- Installing Debian Lenny from a USB memory stick
- Ubuntu - Changing default Java version
- Checking Software Package Digital Signatures
- How to save the output of a Linux command to a file
tuxradar.com: Linux isn't short of a few integrated development environments, but if your chosen development arena happens to be Qt, and/or KDE, the only viable option for the last eleven years has been KDevelop. There's a new version of KDevelop on the horizon, but Nokia has beaten them to the punch with Qt Creator.
omnitraining.net: Virtual memory is one of the most important, and accordingly confusing, piece of an operating system. Understanding the basics of virtual memory is a requisite to understanding operating system performance.
roytanck.com: Microsoft pounded itself on the chest last week saying over 96% of netbooks now use Windows. This made me somewhat sad, because I was hoping these little computers could be the break Linux had been waiting for.
linux-foundation.org: The wait is over! After receiving nearly 100 entries from all over the world, The Linux Foundation is exceptionally please to announce the winners and runners-up for the "We're Linux" Video Contest.
classhelper.org: When it comes to something as seemingly simple as editing text there are a surprising number of options available to Linux users. This review focuses on some of the more commonly used.
userapps.sf.net: For a while now I have been considering buying a netbook to look at photos, read email, browse the internet, and one or two other activities. Two weeks ago, I decided to buy an Acer Aspire One 110 and running Mandriva.
linuxtoday.com/blog: Folks, you have the power-- you don't have to sit around all sad because Linux is missing an application or feature that you need. What you do is roll up your sleeves and help make it happen, because that is how Linux works.
benanzo.blogspot: I keep seeing posts on Identi.ca (and elsewhere) from people looking for alternatives to *really really** good applications like Gnome-do and Banshee just because they are written in C#/Mono.
2indya.com: There are lots of dissimilarities in Ubuntu and Microsoft WIndows: many of them are disadvantageous while using Ubuntu but still there are many features that you will like in Ubuntu.
Written in GTK, Deluge is a powerful BitTorrent client which, in my opinion, is the GNOME counterpart to KTorrent, the most popular client in KDE. The version I will review in this article is the latest at the time of writing, 1.1.6, released on April 6, 2009.
- New netbook habits – wardriving from the loo
- How will Netbooks change our computing lives
- Netbooks Becoming a Linux-Free Zone
- Microsoft, FUD and the netbook market
- Laptop Hunters snare Microsoft on Linux
- Intel VP: Netbooks not for adults
- Ubuntu accuses Microsoft of Linux netbook FUD
- Why Netbooks Are an Enduring Hardware Category
- Linux Foundation’s Annual Collaboration Summit Kicks Off Today
- The LF to Make the openSUSE Build Service Available Through LDN
- Panel: The Linux Kernel - What’s Next
- Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit keynote notes
- Three Reasons Linux Will Win in the Future
- Panel: Measuring Community Contributions
- Roundtable Discussion: Why Can’t We All Just Get
linuxlock.blogspot: GNU/Linux is too hard for the regular user... It doesn't give me the applications I need... Linux won't allow me to network with my Windows machines...