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makeuseof.com: To have or not to have a dock in Linux is really dependent on individual preferences. While popular Linux distros such as Ubuntu and Fedora do not come with a dock by default, there are plenty around.
rudd-o.com: Amarok 2 is regrettably worse than unusable (it actually causes data loss) for people coming from Amarok 1. Worst part is, Fedora ships it as "stable" software since its tenth release.
tuxarena.blogspot: Next is an overview of the best audio players available in Linux. I will only review the GUI players, leaving tools like mp3blaster, mpg123 or ogg123 for some other time. To begin with...
arstechnica.com: The Fedora project has announced the availability of the Fedora 11 beta release. Fedora 11 includes several compelling new features such as support for kernel modesetting, Ext4 by default, and faster boot time.
Also: Hero Factory: The Fedora
"I'm a Mac" ... "I'm a PC" ... "We're Linux" ... Why???
itwire.com: The idea that Microsoft would buy Novell isn't exactly that far-fetched. Events on April 1 have proved this.
dedoimedo.com: When someone asks you to name a small Linux distro, under 100MB, names like Puppy and Damn Small Linux come to mind. Now, the featherweight category has another candidate, a 25MB fighter called Slitaz.
raiden.net: MoonOS is one of those elegant distros, where it focuses a lot on eyecandy and looking good. And it definitely has a lot of good things to look at. Sorta like something that comes by and catches your eye in a way that nothing else can.
zdnet.com.au: After first being discussed at the GUADEC conference back in July last year, the GNOME project is moving forward on its plans for GNOME 3.0, with a new user interface planned.
junauza.com: As some of you may know, Linux is not the only Unix-like operating system available. For my own reference and for those who are also interested to try BSD, I've listed five BSD distros that are considered by many as the best:
news.cnet.com: If you've ever struggled to play a file you downloaded from the hinterlands of the Web, you clearly didn't try opening it with VideoLan's VLC media player, a free, hugely popular, and open-source media player.
The Hungarian government will issue a tender within days for 12 billion forints, which is the same amount they can spend on Microsoft products, to acquire open source software. Read More Here
- AMD Radeon HD 4890 On Linux
- How Linux killed SGI (and is poised to kill Sun)
- Save The ScreenSavers!
- Ubunchu! The Ubuntu Manga is now in English
- KDE 4.2.2 and Konqueror
- Browser standards in an open source world
- The UTF-8 security challenge
- 25 Cool and Geeky BSD Wallpapers
- Five years with Ubuntu
- Australian State Blows Opportunity to Bring Linux to Education
- Libre.fm - Building An Open Last.fm
- Linux Outlaws 84 - Ext4 Brains
- Linux chief calls for FAT-free Microsoft diet
- Linux basics: Finding the right applications
- Downloading and first impression of Ubuntu-Linux
- The year of the netbook
- HOWTO remotely install debian over gentoo without physical access
- Commandline 101: Ping and Traceroute
- Hotplug a CPU
- Printing in black and white on Linux
- OOo: queries: multiplying two fields together, and summing
- vimdiff - Edit two or Three versions of a file with Vim and show differences
- Tiny bash scripts: check Internet connection availability
- Use a Different Color for the Root Shell Prompt
This is an overview of 5 most popular applications for ripping DVDs in Linux: dvd::rip, K9Copy, AcidRip, thoggen and HandBrake.
linuxscrew.com: What/who you imagine when you hear the names “Ubuntu”, “Debian”, “Slackware”, etc? Is this tux, penguin, disribution logo? Have you ever wondered who is behind certain Linux distribution?
internetnews.com: Microsoft might be betting big on Windows 7, the next version of its flagship operating system, but to Ubuntu Linux founder Mark Shuttleworth, the upcoming release is really an opportunity for Linux to shine.
trolltech.com/blogs: Last year I wrote a rather strong blog when I was frustrated, titled Desktop Effects? Never more. I officially apologise for my words and retract all I said. I have been running desktop effects for months now, without a hitch.
jehurst.wordpress: All I can say is “WOW!” No, not the fan-boy stuff; it has to work the way I work.