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|Story||Hacking LibreOffice in Paris||Roy Schestowitz||29/06/2014 - 8:21pm|
|Story||Robolinux 7.5.4 Wants to Be the Ultimate Windows Replacement||Rianne Schestowitz||29/06/2014 - 7:26pm|
|Story||FreeBSD 9.3 RC2 Released with Numerous Improvements||Rianne Schestowitz||29/06/2014 - 7:19pm|
|Story||Linux Mint 17 "Qiana" Cinnamon and MATE Flavors Get Second Release with Major Fixes||Rianne Schestowitz||29/06/2014 - 7:13pm|
|Story||Paying With Your Time||Rianne Schestowitz||29/06/2014 - 7:09pm|
|Story||What would you do with millions of pounds?||Rianne Schestowitz||29/06/2014 - 7:04pm|
|Story||KDE Connect turns your Android phone into a touchpad for your PC||Rianne Schestowitz||29/06/2014 - 6:58pm|
|Story||LG Chromebase now available on Amazon for $329||Roy Schestowitz||29/06/2014 - 3:37pm|
|Story||Samsung Likely To Launch Galaxy S5 Prime Soon||Roy Schestowitz||29/06/2014 - 3:31pm|
|Story||A Tiny Chinese Startup Has Made My Favourite New Smartphone Of The Year||Roy Schestowitz||29/06/2014 - 3:22pm|
h-online.com: The Netfilter development team's Patrick McHardy has released an alpha version of nftables, a new firewall implementation for the Linux kernel, with a user space tool for controlling the firewall.
phoronix.com: Ubuntu 9.04 (the Jaunty Jackalope) will be released towards the end of next month and it is picking up the Linux 2.6.28 kernel, GNOME 2.26, and other improvements like install-time support for the EXT4 file-system and some subtle improvements.
pcworld.com: This is an exciting time for Web browsers. Google Chrome is now available in alpha for Linux, and I downloaded it for Ubuntu.
brajeshwar.com: Currently, Linux might not have as many games as Windows probably has but fact that Linux has a strong community of developers in its periphery shows a better future.
linuxhaxor.net: I agree with pavs when he wrote “How Not To Make a Commercial Linux Distribution”, but there are still some ideas and concepts out there that might be worth paying for.
techideas.co.uk: A not so brief response to Andrew Brown’s article “Linux is still an adventure game, but now it’s really worth playing” in the The Guardian, Thursday 19 March 2009:
inquirer.net: The fifth version of “Bayanihan” Linux for Government is ready, the Advanced Science and Technology Institute of the Department of Science and Technology (ASTI-DOST) said.
- Kogan Agora Netbook PRO
- Mandriva helps porting k3b in Qt4
- Join the FSF book sprint and help author a new text
- Texas Democrats push ODF standard
- HP 2133 and Linux - Strange Happenings
- Compiz 0.8.2 fully released
- Freedom of Choice - My perspective
- The Other Side of the Linux Hardware Story
- New Gmail feature gives users a chance to Undo Send
- Basic Video Editor For Ubuntu Called KDENLive
- Fast Browsing, "Netscape" Style With Seamonkey
- The Real Point of Novell SUSE Linux
- Meet The Nettop: The Netbook's Thrifty Desktop Cousin
- Schwartz: Sun is world's largest open source company
- Whatever happened to…
- Gentoo makes me beeping angry…
- Where Was Linux In The Pwn2Own Contest?
- Must-Have Free Open Source Tools for Freelancers
- [HOWTO] setup a local rsync server
- Bluetooth, GPRS mobile phone with Debian GNU/Linux
- Setup NFS server on Gentoo
- Install Your Own Ringtones with Ubuntu and BitPim
- Commandline 101: Using top
- OOo: How to make text wrap inside an object
- When did I start work today
- Installing Parallels Desktop 4 Tools on PCLOS 2009 Guest
- Ubuntu Package Management from Command line using apt
- Configuring Printers Via the CUPS Web Interface
- My gentoo update guide
- Switching Keyboard Layout in the Command Line
blog.linuxtoday.com: One of the strangest mind-benders these days is hearing Linux users going all Barbie and vowing "I will never touch the command line! What is so terrifying about the command line?
linuxplanet.com: Tiny Core Linux (TC Linux) takes a minimalist approach to the base system and then lets you add just the pieces you need to get your job done.
computerworld.com.au: Like gum to a shoe, the GNOME Project has stuck to its six monthly release schedule again, issuing version 2.26 of its open source desktop environment.
softpedia.com: Ladies and gentlemen, dear geeks... the time has come to announce the release of GNOME 2.26, a light desktop environment used in many popular Linux distributions, such as Ubuntu, Mandriva, PCLinuxOS, etc.
earthweb.com: Ah yes, there's that all too familiar sound of tightening budgets and the tossing aside of those things perceived as non-essential. Training's death knell reverberates in my head like the sound of an ill-tuned vesper bell.
everyjoe.com: If you love music then you’re probably looking for the music player of your choice. You could choose among several types of music players out there. Lately I’ve been listening to music on my netbook using Listen.
businessinsider.com: This is exactly what we were afraid of. Last month, when Microsoft sued Dutch GPS-maker TomTom on the principle that parts of Linux -- which form the guts of TomTom's device -- violate Microsoft's patents, we hoped for a quick settlement.
itwire.com: A bunch of Microsoft Windows users were asked just why don't they use Linux. What's wrong with Linux? What needs to change to entice them? And I'll tell you!
softpedia.com: After the new login screen, new themes and the new boot splash theme introduced the other day, Canonical finally updated the old Ubuntu 8.10 (Intrepid Ibex) wallpaper with a brand new one.
Also: New wallpapers for Jaunty. Don’t hold your breath.
linuxjournal.com: Last week, I wondered whether I'd gone back in time. Everywhere I went online – on news sites, blogs and Twitter – people were celebrating the 15th birthday of Linux, it seemed. “How is this possible?”