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|Story||Alice is killing the trolls -- but expect patent lawyers to strike back||Roy Schestowitz||18/09/2014 - 12:56pm|
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|Story||5 more killer features Windows 9 should steal from Linux||Rianne Schestowitz||18/09/2014 - 12:19pm|
|Story||French ministries prove free software is viable||Rianne Schestowitz||18/09/2014 - 12:13pm|
|Story||SOSCON Booms with 1,000+ Open Source Software Developers||Roy Schestowitz||18/09/2014 - 9:53am|
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|Story||Ozon OS "Hydrogen" Alpha Available For Testing||Roy Schestowitz||18/09/2014 - 8:10am|
|Story||Ubuntu Touch RTM Officially Released – Screenshot Tour||Rianne Schestowitz||18/09/2014 - 8:09am|
stefanoforenza.com: rickspencer3 proposes pulling the gimp from the (ubuntu) CD. ZOMG! No offense to Rick Spencer but.. How reasonable is the rationale behind this? That f-spot is enough? Enough for what? For laughing?
techrepublic.com: I decided it was time to see what the developers of Firefox had been doing with my favorite open source browser. There has been quite a bit of hype surrounding this up-coming release. I downloaded it fully expecting to be blown away. The verdict so far?
smspillaz.wordpress: I noticed that most of the awesome X Devs like Peter Hutterer and Kristian Hoegsberg (and let’s not forget Linus Himself!) are using Fedora, and I’ve heard it’s geared towards developers (being bleeding edge and all).
One of the new additions which are noteworthy to mention for Amarok 2.1 is the introduction of the classic playlist (the one from 1.4) and also the playlist editor.
blog.mandriva.com: Mandriva Linux 2010 Alpha 1 is now available on public mirrors. This first alpha is available only through Free version DVDs. This first release comes also with specifications document available.
amarok.kde.org: We told you it was coming. Sure, that was a while back, so you probably thought we forgot about it. Or maybe you thought we were simply playing politics, tossing empty promises to our users. Well...you were wrong.
earthweb.com: For the last eighteen months, the GNU/Linux desktop has been in a period of radical innovation. KDE 4 introduced new features and workflows. Mark Shuttleworth launched Ubuntu on a unilateral redesign campaign. Does the average user want any of these things?
Aka: Does the Linux Desktop Innovate Too Much?
mdzlog.alcor.net: GRUB 2 is now the default for new installations of Ubuntu, but as explained in the announcement, existing GRUB 0.x systems won’t be automatically converted to GRUB 2.
blogternals.com: Ubuntu Linux 9.04 (Jaunty Jackalope), is just one of the many Linux flavors out there today that can run the software your business needs to run its day to day operations. If there are so many flavors out there why choose Ubuntu.
robert.accettura.com: Firefox 3.5 is around the corner. For those who don’t pay attention to development here’s the big features worth checking out. There’s lots more, but these are my favorites:
celettu.wordpress: When it comes to the big distros I tend to stick to the ones that are based on Debian. Apt just is simpler and faster to me than rpm. But since I reviewed Fedora 11 (or tried to, in any case), I thought I’d have a go at the other big two RPM distributions: OpenSuse and Mandriva.
techradar.com: Give a man Ubuntu, and he'll learn Ubuntu. Give a man SUSE, and he'll learn SUSE. But give a man Slackware, and he'll learn Linux.
livingdeadgrrl.wordpress: Now, I do. Let me tell you the story in brief. I’ve been fascinated with Linux for a long time. Eventually I needed the support of my media card readers, and abandoned it. Enter the two new computers we bought this weekend.
itwire.com: The absence of upfront license payments is the main driver in open source adoption, along with the lower costs of total ownership, for companies in the European market despite lingering market concerns about the level of software support and the quality of open source software.
This guide explains how you can install and use KVM for creating and running virtual machines on a Fedora 11 server. I will show how to create image-based virtual machines and also virtual machines that use a logical volume (LVM).
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- Ubuntu Improves User Experience Via “Paper Cut” Campaign
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- How to install ATI fglrx drivers in Debian Lenny
- How to send Text Messages with Skype for Linux on Ubuntu
- Mount Manager – User-friendly partition management
- Converting VMware Images to VirtualBox - A Simple Method
- Last.fm in Debian/Ubuntu
- How to Prevent Ubuntu from Changing Hardware Clock
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- 3 Ways to Install Latest Wine in Ubuntu 9.04
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weblogs.mozillazine.org: You know, the old thing about Linux was that it didn't necessarily support your (new) hardware. Greg Kroah-Hartman has been trying to bust that myth with the Linux Driver Project for a while now. But recent events have proved beyond doubt that not only is he right, but installing and using new devices on Linux is now much easier than on Windows.
lockergnome.com: In a piece about the market share of Ubuntu outside the United States, Christopher Dawson writes about the innovation that is going on using Linux outside our borders.
readwriteweb.com: When the open source convention OSCON decided to move from Portland, Oregon to San Jose last year, the open source citizens of Portland set about developing their own "conference for developers working with open source technologies and for people interested in learning the open source way."