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|Story||First Mandriva Foundation Meeting a Success||srlinuxx||20/06/2012 - 3:21am|
|Blog entry||Mandriva 2012 technical preview||finid||20/06/2012 - 2:46am|
|Story||Linux Desktops and Linux Personalities: What's Your Perfect Match?||srlinuxx||20/06/2012 - 12:49am|
|Story||Fast, Faster, Fastest: Linux rules supercomputing||srlinuxx||20/06/2012 - 12:48am|
|Story||8 Ways to Tweak and Configure Sudo||srlinuxx||19/06/2012 - 9:47pm|
|Story||Reach your matching limits, with Mahjongg!||srlinuxx||19/06/2012 - 9:43pm|
|Story||Microsoft supports Linux desktop||srlinuxx||19/06/2012 - 9:42pm|
|Story||Fedora 18 Will Preview A New Package Manager||srlinuxx||19/06/2012 - 9:41pm|
|Blog entry||Microsoft just failed with it's latest hardware offering..||fieldyweb||19/06/2012 - 8:45pm|
|Story||25 Things I did After Installing Ubuntu 12.04||srlinuxx||19/06/2012 - 6:30pm|
- More Productive Window Management in GIMP
- LS_COLORS Explained
- Use Wireshark to capture and analyse packets
- yum, can it be faster?
- Install Nodoka (Fedora theme) on Ubuntu
- Remove a path from your PATH variable
- Network Configuration—Tunneling with Free BSD
- Colored ls Output
- Customizing Your Bash Prompt
blog.wired.com: "Nina is dead and the defendant killed her," prosecutor Paul Hora told jurors at the outset of his closing arguments here. Hora conceded to jurors that the case is based largely on circumstantial evidence. But he said the defendant should not be "rewarded" for successfully disposing of her body.
- Ryan Orser Podcast Season 1 Episode 3
- Fallout From NVIDIA 173.08 Driver
- Open Source Projects double every 14 months!
- Kiowa goes KDE!
- Mandriva 2008 Spring Quick Install
- Visions of freedom: RMS as seen by TdR
blog.olenepal.org: I got involved with OLPC back in June of 2006. It’s hard to believe that was almost two years ago! Over the last two years this enthusiasm waxed and waned. It was only in January of this year that I really got to use the little device. At OLPC offices I disassembled and reassembled two XO’s. What fun!
onlamp.com: Jeremy and I were talking one day about how the world was changing so quickly, and we meant literally beneath our feet. To make a long story short, we decided to start an impromptu video podcast called, "Spotlight on FOSS," or Spotlight on Free and Open Source Software. Once we had our concept together we contacted a few connections, and came up an interview with Mark Shuttleworth.
linuxfud.wordpress: I finished compiling my tax return about a week ago…on paper. I do not do it as some form of corporal mortification nor does it have anything to do with the lack of tax software for Linux…ah, and that last point is a great segway into the next item on my Top 10 List, Linux software is always behind the curve.
junauza.com: I decided to take a closer look at Slax, by getting the latest “Distribution Release” which is version 6.0.3. This time, I’m using our ancient Prestigio 109 laptop to fully check the features and capabilities of this tiny distro.
phoronix.com: When looking at the AMD Phenom 9500 under Linux, we had found this processor had posed a number of issues from kernel panics to other troubles. Released a month prior to the first Phenom desktop CPUs were the quad-core Opteron 2300 "Barcelona" processors. We have benchmarked the new Opteron 2356 in both single and dual CPU configurations and have compared the results -- under Linux -- to two of Intel's quad-core Xeon processors.
ubuntulinuxhelp.com: Some time ago, my father switched to Linux (Ubuntu). I think in some of the contributing factor to his switching was my excitement. I don’t know any other older people who use Linux, so I recently asked my father (he’s in his eighties and has been using Linux for about 6 years now) how he felt about Linux and what were some of his opinions.
fedoraproject.org: PreUpgrade is a new feature being developed for Fedora 9. It allows a user to do all the tedious work of a safe Anaconda upgrade in a running system that is still usable. This is the answer to every user who has ever wanted to do a live upgrade with yum, but been worried about the safety of doing this.
dev.compiz-fusion.org/~cyberorg: Compiz Fusion Git packages got updated in home:cyberorg repository, this time it has a cool new effect “Cube Cylinder” from onestone. This picture would tell more.
dun4d.com/blog: A cocktail of boredom and waiting creates the desire to do something quicker. Offically, Hardy Heron (the next Ubuntu release) doesn’t come out till the 24th. But thanks to it being free software, the beta came out a few weeks before. Time to apt-get dist-upgrade!
linux.com: Linux does everything that many users want it to, but some people have tasks that require Windows applications. You can dual-boot both operating systems, or run Windows in a virtualized environment on Linux. Alas, virtualization makes the guest OS almost useless for processor- and RAM-intensive tasks like editing videos and playing games. Now, a Ubuntu-based distro called andLinux takes cooperation with Windows to a whole new level.
ibeentoubuntu.com: This video ”produced” by Daeng Bo for ibeentoubuntu.com. The voice-over is done by me, Chiraporn Srisutthakarn. I am not a native English speaker, so please excuse my slight accent. This video is licensed under the Creative Commons license, which means that you can reuse and re-edit it.
kerneltrap.org: A thread on the Linux Kernel mailing list discussed the process in place for reporting, bisecting and fixing bugs. In response to a suggestion that some of the issues could be solved by introducing new procedures, Al Viro retorted, "we've got ourselves a developing beaurocracy."
revjim.net: Thanks to a tip from Bryan, portable Ubuntu is now working for me, though not quite in the same way I envisioned it in the beginning.
linuxjournal.com: You may recall about 4 months ago, I reviewed the Eee PC. As it turned out, the computer was actually a gift from my wife, so unlike many of the other products I review, I got to keep it. I'm going to give you the quick rundown of how those 4 months have been with the little lappy at my side:
- SpamAssassin: Fighting the War on Spam
- Is “working on it” just open source FUD?
- Will Linux die in 2018?
- What about those .la files?
- Software animation with Pencil
- Is The ASUS EeePC a Good Tool For Schools?
- ISO calls for end to OOXML 'personal attacks'
- OOXML is like a baroque castle with secret passages and crumbling towers
- Ubuntu Heron Chicks
- Ubuntu Kicks
- Quickzi: Generate Random Passwords on the Linux Command Line
- Is Ubuntu including non-free components by default?
- Canonical Announces Ubuntu Desktop Training
- Ubuntu Hardy and sound in Enemy Territory: Quake Wars
- Disinfecting a virus-laden PC
computerworld.com: If there is a single complaint that is laid at the feet of Linux time and time again, it's that the operating system is too complicated and arcane for casual computer users to tolerate. You can't ask newbies to install device drivers or recompile the kernel, naysayers argue.
computerworld.com.au: Linux offers equivalents to many Windows applications that are often as good as--or even better than--the programs you're used to. In some cases the apps are also available in Windows and Mac OS versions, allowing dual-booters to stay with the same set of free programs regardless of the operating system in use.