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- Your mom runs Ubuntu?
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pcw.co.uk: Reader Graham Steel wrote to ask about his computer. He said: “I have an old IBM Thinkpad installed with Windows 98 and incapable of running newer versions of Windows, with just 96MB of Ram and a Pentium II CPU."
heise-online.co.uk: In the week since the publication of Linux 2.6.27, the kernel developers have already integrated more than 4000 patches into the main development tree of Linux, from which kernel version 2.6.28 will emerge in late December or early January.
tuxarena.blogspot: I must say that I think Opera is doing a great job supporting its browser on Linux. Even though it's closed-source, it's still one of the most powerful web browsers out there, and each release comes with packages for every major distribution out there.
- How to network Vista, XP, Linux and OS X
- Some tips for correcting UUIDs in Ubuntu
- memstat: Identify what is using up virtual memory
- FLOSS Weekly 45: KDE
- Why Ubuntu Then?
- Linux/Unix Want Ads - Humor That's Sad But True
- GPL Project Watch List for Week of 10/17
- Linux versus Windows: another fine Microsoft TCO Analysis
- Daniel Robbins: Metro Build Engine Released
- Kernel Log: new Catalyst drivers, 18.104.22.168 resolves cause of e1000e problem
- Leave It To The Little Guys...
- Stop and Start Services in Arch Linux
- Rufscript - A nice handwriting font
- R.I.P. - Windows XP
- Official drink for openSUSE addicts
linuxowns.wordpress: Ubuntu 8.04.1 is a great OS, but I had a few problems. The ATI drivers in the repo weren’t performing like they should, the bootup time was over 1 minute, … All of those problems are fixed now.
tuxarena.blogspot: This is a review of three of the most popular notes-taking applications for Linux: BasKet, Tomboy and KNotes. I included the screenshots below the reviews, at the end of the article.
groklaw.net: Ina Fried has an interview with "Microsoft's top intellectual property lawyer", Horacio Gutierrez, and Gutierrez directly threatens to sue any company, like Red Hat, that refuses to sell out and do a patent deal like the one Novell signed up for.
internetling.com: I’ve been talking a lot about window managers and desktop environments. Nowadays most major distros simply go for KDE or GNOME, but it is not very common to see a distro use XFCE. This is a very sleek and useful little desktop environment, which provides great GTK compatibility and increases speed.
symsysit.com: Debian is one of the mainstream and most popular distributions out there. It’s main target market is corporate desktops and Servers and it does very well in both fields. There are rumours out there, which do not do it justice, such as “Debian is very hard to install”, it isn’t at all.
lwn.net: The 22.214.171.124 stable kernel update is out; it contains about a dozen fixes for important problems. Meanwhile, the review process for 126.96.36.199 has already begun; that kernel can be expected sometime on or after October 22.
- Customizing PCLinuxOS 2008 Minime
- bashrun on opensuse
- How to Backup Evolution
- Mastering IPTables, Part 2
- How To Install Free42 in Ubuntu
- Advanced Tips For The ps Command
- Commands you should never run
The Ripper Gang is pleased to announce the first public beta ISO release of what will ultimately become PCLinuxOS 2009. Due to some very personal issues, Texstar has taken a temporary leave of absence, but not to worry folks, he'll be back very soon.
practical-tech.com: When Michael Robertson sold Linspire to Xandros, I doubt many people saw a lawsuit coming his way from former Linspire CEO Kevin Carmony.
mr-oss.com: This article will be taking an introductory look at one of the most flexible programming languages known by almost any Linux/Unix system. Perl (Practical Extraction & Reporting Language) is an extremely powerful programming language that can be used for just about anything and runs on just about every operating system.
linuxtoday.com: Photography aficionados can be just as fussy and impossible-to-please as audio geeks. Only the most expensive, elite gear is good enough, and even then there are endless debates over which is the elitest.
itwire.com: Think bad hair and worse fashion. Think IBM Compatible Personal Computers. Think British. Yes, the eighties are back as Apricot Computers is reborn with the launch of, you guessed it, a Netbook.
tuxarena.blogspot: 'Songbird promises to be the Firefox of media players'. Although not (yet) as popular in the audio players world as Firefox is in the one of web browsers, Songbird looks and offers an interface which integrates both powerful browsing features and music collection management.