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Story Introduction To The Ubuntu Unity Desktop falko 18/08/2011 - 8:25am
Story today's leftovers: srlinuxx 18/08/2011 - 7:04am
Story some howtos: srlinuxx 18/08/2011 - 6:48am
Story Q&A: Eben Upton from The Raspberry Pi Foundation srlinuxx 18/08/2011 - 6:41am
Story A Conversation with Linus Torvalds srlinuxx 18/08/2011 - 4:35am
Story Do You Like Tux the Penguin? srlinuxx 18/08/2011 - 4:34am
Story Red Hat: Where recessions are good news srlinuxx 18/08/2011 - 4:32am
Story Firefox 6: 4 Reasons to Upgrade srlinuxx 18/08/2011 - 1:07am
Story Live blogging LinuxCon srlinuxx 18/08/2011 - 1:04am
Story Mandriva 2011 Review srlinuxx 17/08/2011 - 8:59pm

Mozilla's Chris Beard on the Future of Firefox and Online Services

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Moz/FF

wired: Mozilla wants Firefox to get in on the social web. First came The Coop, which remains an active project, and now Chris Beard, VP and General Manager for Mozilla Labs, says that Mozilla is looking to develop an open, extensible framework for online services.

I'm building Gentoo stages

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Gentoo

Daniel Robbins: Just wanted to let you know that I've started building Gentoo stage1, stage2 and stage3 tarballs for x86, i686 and amd64, and am making them available online.

Free/Open-source Educational Software for Kids

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Software

junauza.blogspot: I have here a list of some of the most valuable free/open-source educational software for kids. I hope this will in some way serve as a guide to those who want to teach their child at home without the need for spending some extra money.

OpenOffice.org 2.3.1 Released

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OOo

openoffice.org: The OpenOffice.org Community announces the immediate availability of OpenOffice.org 2.3.1. This is a minor bug fix release with no new features for users. However, as this release also fixes a security vulnerability, we recommend all users should upgrade to this release.

Kubuntu Tutorials Day

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KDE

kdedevelopers.org: With KDE4 only a month away, now is the time to get involved in becoming a Kubuntu developer. We've set up these IRC sessions below to get you started.

some howtos:

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HowTos
  • How to configure webcam in Debian Linux

  • Using one time passwords to temporarily open firewall ports
  • Hacking RPMs with rpmrebuild
  • Knock, Knock, Knockin' on EnGarde's Door (with FWKNP)
  • USB PCLinuxOS 2007 install tutorial

How to make Kontact work with Google Apps

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HowTos

linux.com: Recently, Gmail added IMAP support, giving the powerhouse email host the ability to interact better with third-party clients. And Google, being the friendly neighborhood do-gooder that it is, provided instructions on how to use IMAP with a variety of third-party clients. However, it forgot one popular client: KMail. Here's how you can integrate them.

Firefox 3 beta 2 planned for December 21, test day on Friday

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Moz/FF

arstechnica.com: At the last Firefox 3 status meeting, Mozilla developers planned the release schedule for the second Firefox 3 beta.

Reiser's Mom Defending Son on Her Second Day of Testimony

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Reiser

wired: Hans Reiser mother took the witness stand at her son's murder trial here for the second day Tuesday and did what moms usually do: Protect their offspring.

KWin composite video available

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KDE

liquidat: Francis Giannaros published a screencast featuring KWin’s compositioning features. The very well made video is provided as a Flash video (Google) as well as an high quality Ogg video. It shows KDE 4 from a point of view which got just to few attention the last weeks.

At least 125m Firefox users estimated

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Moz/FF

tectonic: In a recent blogg post John Lilly, chief operating officer at Mozilla, said that Mozilla estimated worldwide that at least 125 million unique users ran Firefox each month.

Gartner underhypes open source

Matt Asay: I'm not sure who Gartner talks to when it puts together its famous "Hype Cycle" reports, but I'm finding it hard to believe that it talks with enterprises. I was recently reading through its "Hype Cycle for Open-Source Software, 2007" report, and was astounded to find out that I've been tricked by paying customers into believing that they were, well, paying.

One Laptop Per Child Doesn't Change the World

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OLPC

John C. Dvorak: Hands Across America, Live AID, the Concert for Bangladesh, and so on. These folks think that any sort of participation in these events, or even their good thoughts about world poverty and starvation, actually help. Now they can sleep at night. It doesn't matter that nothing has really changed. This is how I view the cute, little One Laptop Per Child computer.

Five days of Ubuntu Linux

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Ubuntu

bluesuncorp.co.uk: Last wednesday I ordered a new laptop. I’ll definitely be installing Vista on it, if only for gaming and DirectX 10, but I also plan to use it as an excuse to get to grips with Linux. This is my account of it, as a completely new user.

Flash Player 9 Update 3 now available

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Software

mozillalinks.org: Following the series of Adobe Flash Player 9 Linux betas over the past year, the Adobe folks have unleashed the Flash Player 9 Update 3 Final build. This update is not only available for Windows and Mac OS X, but a new Linux build was released on the same day.

Wow! Red Hat can sling some mud!

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Linux

opsamericas.com: I woke up early this morning to catch an early flight out… and thought I’d check my email. What did I find, but this headline: “Red Hat exec says Novell sells beta code” which is a ZDnet UK blog entry.

And what exactly will sudo rm -rf do?

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Misc

kmandla.wordpress: The furor around the sudo rm -rf clowns has subsided (but will no doubt resurface in the future), but just for the record, what will that command do?

Linux Kernel Developer Ted Ts'o Joins Linux Foundation as Chief Platform Strategist

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Linux

marketwire: The Linux Foundation (LF), the nonprofit organization dedicated to accelerating the growth of Linux, today announced that Linux kernel filesystem maintainer Ted Ts'o is joining the organization as a Fellow and chief platform strategist.

The Lightweight X11 Desktop Environment: A return to basics

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Software

linux.com: The Lightweight X11 Desktop Environment (LXDE) resembles a classic Unix project -- it's partly constructed out of pre-existing programs, its emphasis is on speed, and its configuration requires taking time in a text editor.

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