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Story Here’s a look at the 10 Linux GUI tools for sysadmins Rianne Schestowitz 09/11/2015 - 7:24pm
Story Google is giving away a big part of its machine learning software Rianne Schestowitz 09/11/2015 - 7:11pm
Story Curiosity Rover Controlled by NASA with a Linux Computer Rianne Schestowitz 09/11/2015 - 7:03pm
Story BlackBerry Priv review Rianne Schestowitz 09/11/2015 - 6:48pm
Story Android Wear's first luxury smartwatch is the $1,500 Tag Heuer Connected Watch Rianne Schestowitz 09/11/2015 - 6:41pm
Story Ransom Issue Roy Schestowitz 09/11/2015 - 5:28pm
Story Kali Linux Review Rianne Schestowitz 09/11/2015 - 1:30pm
Story Windows-Only Click Lock Feature to Be Built for Ubuntu 16.04 LTS Rianne Schestowitz 09/11/2015 - 1:28pm
Story Happy 11th birthday, Mozilla Firefox! Rianne Schestowitz 09/11/2015 - 1:26pm
Story Leftovers: Ubuntu Roy Schestowitz 09/11/2015 - 11:58am 2011 - Day One

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  • LCA 2011: Multiculturalism a major plus for Red Hat
  • Open Source Isn’t Necessarily Free From Bit Rot

Some Useful Basics For Newcomers To Ubuntu

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Ubuntu Getting Ubuntu running on your PC is pretty straightforward, and most of its features are fairly obvious if you’ve been used to a graphical user interface like Windows or Mac OS X. Here’s a handful of tips to help you make the transition and find some useful features if you’ve started playing with Ubuntu.

Top 5 Bit Torrent Clients for Ubuntu

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Software Applications for Ubuntu/Linux are not at all in short supply. But picking the best from the rest is not an easy thing to do. There are a number of really good bit torrent clients for Ubuntu out there.

Govt lock-in overhyped: Linux Oz president

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Linux Linux Australia president John Ferlito has called for calm over the Office Open XML document conflict sparked by the Federal Government's peak technology policy group AGIMO and its recently released Common Operating Environment policy.

Five seriously cool conky set-ups for the Linux desktop

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Software It’s seen by some as the stat setup of geeks, but once you move past the desktops filled with blocks of terminal-style output, Conky is capable of transforming your desktop into something pretty special.

Debian is eating its own dog food more than ever

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Linux In its “Fast distributions and slow servers” article, Joe ‘Zonker’ Brockmeier explains the difficulties that Fedora has to use its own distribution on their infrastructure. Debian does quite well nowadays in that respect.

Linux Skills Are Hot on Improving IT Hiring Front

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Linux IT professionals enjoyed a dramatically improved hiring landscape in 2010, marked in particular by the fewest job cuts in a year since 2000.

Amarok Insider - Issue 16

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  • VLC Media Player 1.1.6 fixes critical vulnerabilities
  • Bangarang 2.0 Release Candidate

Because Your Distro Should Be Cool

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Linux For a while Foresight was indeed a trail blazer and if you wanted to get the latest and coolest applications or features for Linux, that’s where you’d go! But nowadays I feel that a lot of the popular distributions are pretty much shipping the same set of things plus or minus a feature here or there.

All-in-one PC offers Core 2 Quad CPU

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Hardware Cybernet has released a Linux-ready all-in-one PC that supports Intel Core processors up to and including a Core 2 Quad. The iOne-GX45 offers 17- or 19-inch SXGA displays with optional touchscreens, up to 8GB of DDR3 memory, up to 1TB of storage, a DVI-I port, and both Mini PCI and Mini PCI Express expansion.

Breaking a few eggs: Fedora 15 changes network device naming

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Hardware The Fedora Project is getting ready to break a lot of networking scripts that depend on the ethX naming convention — by being the first major distro to ship Consistent Network Device Naming.

London's Design Museum Recognizes Ubuntu Fonts

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LONDON, Jan. 24, 2011 -- The Ubuntu Project today announced the opening of a new exhibition at London’s Design Museum dedicated to the Ubuntu Font, in collaboration with international typeface designers Dalton Maag.

Sintel The Game

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  • Lutris
  • Dominions 3: The Awakening 3.26 Released

Intel Core i5 2500K Linux Performance

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  • AMD Offers OpenGL 4.1 Support On Linux
  • NVIDIA 270.18 Linux Beta Driver Is Here

Red Hat builds gutsy, green virtualization machine

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  • Red Hat plans expansion for Brisbane office
  • Fedora: from bleeding edge to bleeding contributors

DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 389

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This week in DistroWatch Weekly:

  • Reviews: Quick looks at Dragora GNU/Linux, Asturix and Fuduntu
  • News: Debian sets release target, Ubuntu warms to Qt toolkit, Jolibook review, GhostBSD update
  • Advocacy: the World IPv6 Day
  • Released last week: Pardus Linux 2011, Calculate Linux 11.0
  • New distributions: Saline OS
  • New distributions: Conducit Linux, Exherbo Linux, GNUgitarINUX

Read more in this week's issue of DistroWatch Weekly....

Floods can't dampen mood

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Linux Nothing can dampen the spirit surrounding this year's in Brisbane, not even a flood crisis, as it officially kicked off in the state's soggy capital today.

Also: Switches rescued from floods for

Firefox 4 betas 10, 11 planned

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Moz/FF The Firefox team is playing it safe. There will be at least two more beta releases before a Firefox 4 release candidate is distributed, says one Firefox developer.

Also: Firefox's Linuxy Hardware Acceleration Problem
And: Mozilla's Firefox Do-not-track Feature Doesn't Guarantee Anonymity
And: Best Firefox extensions: Organize your way to a better Firefox

Feds Get E for Effort with Open Source

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OSS The majority of U.S. Cabinet-level offices in the federal government received a failing mark in their open source efforts, though a few others, such as the Department of Defense, excelled in a recent report card from an advocacy group.

Popular Free *BSDs in Full Development

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BSD Three well-known BSD clones are in their latest developmental cycles and have recently released test versions. FreeBSD is closing in on version 7.4 with a RC2, GhostBSD just released their 2.0 Beta 2, and PC-BSD 8.2 has seen its second release candidate as well.

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