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- Beautify Boot in Debian
- Netstat: Quick and useful Linux network information
- Air NZ adopts open-source SilverStripe
- Kubuntu Netbook Edition starts to take shape
- Other Tomboy Stuff: On Blogging, Synchronization of Notes
- Squid Authentication using RADIUS
- Tutorial : Enable AMD Cool 'n' Quite in Linux
- Putting a Fedora LiveCD onto a USB Stick from Ubuntu
- Solution:Freezing problems with Intel Graphics driver on Ubuntu
- Chrome OS: Remember, it's Still Vaporware
- Customizing vim and coloring the terminal in OpenSolaris 2009.06
daniweb.com/blogs: Any list of best or worst will have its opponents and proponents and I foresee that this list of worst Linux distributions will be no different. There were, at last count, almost 300 Linux distributions and they all can't be great.
kmandla.wordpress: I hold a grudge, I admit it. Months ago, when X started acting up on my central machine, I realized the time and effort spent trying to fix it could be alleviated completely by omitting it altogether.
mybroadband.co.za: In February this year a group of South African developers announced a new Linux distro project Kongoni. First stable version of a new Linux distro, Kongoni version 1.12.2, launched on July 12th 2009.
kdedevelopers.org: This year at GCDS I had the pleasure of meeting a relatively small team of around 15 developers who are sponsored by the Turkish government work on a Turkish Linux distribution called Pardus.
itwire.com: Readers of the Linux section on popular Web 2.0 social networking site Reddit discovered a Twitter bot was tweeting stories listed on the site without attribution. As punishment Redditers decided to turn the bot into their puppet, mouthing whatever they commanded.
news.cnet.com: Where's your comfort zone? Windows, Mac, Linux? In the consumer laptop space, specifically Netbooks, there isn't much hope for a Linux-based operating system in the near term. So, first the bad news.
reddevil62-techhead.blogspot: I've lost count of the number of times the sci-fi blaster sound that CrunchBang Linux makes when it starts up has made me - or someone in the room with me - jump. Now, it makes an equally sci-fi "boop-bleep-bup."
internetling.com: I have always wanted to take CrunchBang for a spin. This elegant distribution is based on the minimal version of Ubuntu, in this case, Jaunty Jackalope. CrunchBang wants to provide an alternative look and way of working with Ubuntu.
I made a simple (should be) tutorial from creating of a project until releasing it on SourceForge.net
briancarper.net: Recently I forced myself to uninstall Amarok 1.4 and try Amarok 2 again. I saw there were some nice updates to the interface coming in the next version so I grabbed the latest version from SVN. I very quickly started looking for other alternatives, and you'll soon see why.
osrevolution.com: KTorrent - Based on the interface for uTorrent, the most popular BitTorrent software for windows, KTorrent is built using the KDE library and hence is a KDE application.
helpforlinux.blogspot: Here are 10 simple tricks for APT, the Advanced Packaging Tool used on Debian and Debian-based distributions like Ubuntu.
Remember Dapper Drake? All the fuss around it, being a LTS (long-term support) release, the three-month delay in order to make things stable, all the forum discussions regarding the 3-month delay in order to polish it well.
- Linux on Netbooks - ALIVE and WELL!
- Icon Theme Hacking Progress
- Stuff like this is why F/OSS software is frustrating sometimes
- chrome os follow-up
- A nice collection of icons for Ubuntu and Gnome
- Shutting the window and grabbing my hat… (switched to linux)
- Back In Time – A Simple backup tool for ubuntu
- SQL client and front-end for multiple database- crunchyfrog
- Keep an external weblink pointed at your local dynamic IP (without DynDNS)
- Play Enigma: A Puzzle Game Unlike Any Other
- Gnash supports YouTube [linux]
- The Open-PC Project Announced at GCDS 09
- Firefox 3.5 vs. Chromium on Ubuntu 9.04
- Point-For-Point With Keir Thomas About Google Chrome OS
- Desktop Theming and Icons
- Broadcom BCM4306 wireless LAN without ndiswrapper
- Convert audio files in Ubuntu with Sound Converter
- Speed Up Firefox By Limiting The History
- Encrypting email in Claws Mail
- Transform Ubuntu into OS X
- How To Run Multiple X Sessions Without Virtualization
- Why Google Chrome OS will turn GNU/Linux into a desktop winner
- The history and future of Chrome OS
- Taking the 'PC' out of the Chrome OS equation
- Google Chrome OS, An Attack on Linux?
- Google OS invading Microsoft’s space for a change
- Ubuntu Voltron vs Google Chrome OS
- Chrome OS as I Imagine It
everyjoe.com: I’ve been using Drivel for the longest time as my blogging client. It has always been quick and easy for me to select my the blog I was going to write to. BloGtk was giving me problems the last time I tried but I need to try it out again.