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Story Gentoo KDE3 Deprecation Notice srlinuxx 1 04/11/2009 - 10:53pm
Story Why, Oh Why, Are So Many Linux Users Mean to Newcomers? srlinuxx 9 04/11/2009 - 10:17pm
Story Linux's share of netbooks surging, not sagging srlinuxx 04/11/2009 - 9:24pm
Story Mandriva Linux 2010 officially announced srlinuxx 04/11/2009 - 7:33pm
Story Apache Software Foundation: 10 years and still open to innovation srlinuxx 04/11/2009 - 7:26pm
Story Bob Sutor: Working with Ubuntu 9.10: initial impressions srlinuxx 04/11/2009 - 7:24pm
Story Novell prepares enterprise social networking suite srlinuxx 04/11/2009 - 7:21pm
Blog entry Upgraded Site software srlinuxx 18 04/11/2009 - 6:25pm
Story Mandriva Linux 2010 Release Tour srlinuxx 4 04/11/2009 - 5:35pm
Story Faster booting with Upstart srlinuxx 04/11/2009 - 5:24pm

Put Africa in the Linux Timeline

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Linux

To celebrate Linux's fifteenth birthday, and its 150th issue, Linux Journal is updating its Linux Timeline to mark recent milestones in the history of the free and open source operating system.

Open source bill – it’s about time

IF all goes well, the country will get its first open source bill, courtesy of Bayan Muna Rep. Teddy Casiño. It’s about time.

CLI Magic: The five Ws

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HowTos

The command line can tell you a lot, if you bother to ask it. Most of us learned the five Ws as a research rubric: who? what? where? when? why? (and usually, how?). By sheer coincidence, the five Ws can also illuminate important characteristics on your Linux system, its users, processes, and commands.

Represent KDE at Linuxtagen in Essen

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KDE

On September the 9th and 10th (Saturday and Sunday) the Essener Linuxtage will take place in the University of Essen in Germany. If you are interested in helping us man a stall or giving a talk, then please contact us.

Hands on: Let the Linux music play

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HowTos

With digital music formats becoming ever more popular, the demand for different ways to play music files has also escalated. A lesser known choice is the Squeezebox from Slim Devices. Since we have been looking at Ubuntu Linux a lot this year, this month I’ll show you how to set up the software on Dapper Drake.

Novell Clarifies Decision to Demote JBoss

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SUSE

Novell Inc has explained its decision to drop the JBoss Application Server from its SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 distribution and maintained that the move had nothing to do with JBoss's acquisition by Red Hat Inc.

Ubuntu to Blubuntu , it's a zip

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HowTos

If you thought that the default Ubuntu mix of Brown and Orange sucked , then here’s your chance to make it cool blue. You don’t need to download anything big. Just a couple of wallpapers and a splash screen. Are you ready to take a dip into blue territory ?

Take advantage of quick backups to tape on Linux systems

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HowTos

Before the days of writable CDs, DVDs, and cheap hard drives, the preferred medium for backing up systems was tape. Tape systems are very reliable, although perhaps less convenient than using optical media. They are also very easy to manipulate and make for great re-writable backups.

An 'alumni party' for open source

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OSS

Portland conference - Software developers from around the globe will gather to share tips and war stories

Q&A: Sun's Simon Phipps details open source strategy

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OSS

In an interview with Computerworld, Phipps talked about Sun's upcoming open source strategy and about what he called the incorrect view that Sun isn't fully committed to open source software.

Open-Source Science

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Sci/Tech

Scientists from Sydney to San Francisco have created an online research collaboration to develop cures for tropical diseases, using the "open source" programming model that produced freeware like Linux and Firefox, the award-winning Web browser.

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Ubuntu 6.06 LTS vs. SLED 10

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Linux

The wait is over, SLED 10 is finally here. I switched to Ubuntu when first RC of Dapper Drake was announced and I can safely say it has exceeded my expectations in every way. Having said all the above, I have always been following SuSE Linux and I believe Novell is being very innovative in desktop space. Here are my first impressions and major differences that I see:

NASA's 3D Guide to the Galaxy

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Web
Sci/Tech

Using "plug in free" X3D technology in Demicron's WireFusion, NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory's PlanetQuest web site is providing visitors with a unique opportunity to interactively explore the Milky Way galaxy.

Dual screen in Linux with ATI

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Software

I’ve just gone dual screen, and after two weeks I cannot imagine going back. Fantastic! I feel noticeably more productive. Here is the XF86Config-4 file I ended up hacking together.

Push Windows Printer Drivers with CUPS

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HowTos

Network printing is a leading cause of high blood pressure and premature hair loss in our long-suffering network administrator demographic. Today you shall learn how to use CUPS and Samba together to set up automagic client printer installations.

Novell NZ sales up 30pc to $8.4m

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SUSE

Novell New Zealand continued its golden run last year, posting a 30 per cent increase in revenues.

Towards one laptop per child

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OLPC

The possibility of every child having a laptop, as a way to bridge the digital divide in developing countries, gained the world’s attention when United Nation Secretary General Kofi Anan and Nicolas Negroponte, former MIT Media Lab director and now chair of the non-profit organization One Laptop Per Child (OLPC), unveiled a working prototype of a $100 laptop during the World Information Summit o

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