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|Story||FFmpeg Reaches Version 1.0||srlinuxx||29/09/2012 - 6:16pm|
|Story||7 Things About Gnome 3.6 That You Will Love||srlinuxx||29/09/2012 - 6:14pm|
|Story||openSUSE-Education Li-f-e 12.2 edition too cool||srlinuxx||29/09/2012 - 6:08pm|
|Story||openSUSE 12.2 Mantis review - Average||srlinuxx||29/09/2012 - 6:02pm|
|Story||Slackware 14.0 is Finally Here||srlinuxx||29/09/2012 - 6:00pm|
|Blog entry||Creating an AD Server for Free using Ubuntu and Samba||fieldyweb||29/09/2012 - 12:23pm|
|Story||First Look: GNOME 3.6||srlinuxx||29/09/2012 - 2:17am|
|Story||Firefox: decade of real choice - there's no app for that||srlinuxx||28/09/2012 - 6:53pm|
|Story||A Linux user switches to DOS||srlinuxx||28/09/2012 - 6:51pm|
|Story||some leftovers:||srlinuxx||28/09/2012 - 6:09pm|
- Ubuntu Hardy Heron Release
- Ubuntu 8.04, “Hardy Heron”: My personal review
- I'm loving 8.04
- more Krazy Krashes from Krappy, untested system
- No, Ubuntu is Open Source.
- Installing Ubuntu 8.04 Hardy Heron on the HP Mini-Note
- Trying out Ubuntu
- Hardy Heron on a Toshiba Portege 2010 - how to change the video settings
- Improved Video with Hardy Heron
blogs.zdnet.com: The New York Times is working on a story saying open source programming makes you a criminal. It just makes sense, he told me during the interview. If blogging kills, then programming must lead to criminality.
alternativenayk.wordpress: I’ve been using Ubuntu 8.04 for about four days now and I must admit that that I still prefer PCLinuxOS 2007 as my favourite entry-level Linux distribution. I’ve compiled a list of 9 features I wish Ubuntu had, which may help me change my mind.
linuxjournal.com: There are two kinds of Linux people in the world, those that will help people fix their Windows spyware problems, and those that will not. I land squarely in the former camp, and I think that it's important for us all to consider doing the same.
engadget.com: Engadget NYC might have gotten to play with Apple's latest and greatest iMac yesterday, but we keep it dirty in the Chi -- yep, we've got the first Psystar Open Computer shipped out for review.
- Why Microsoft will dump their anti-Linux rhetoric
- Stop hating Microsoft?
- Microsoft mulls proxy fight for Yahoo
- Mozilla warns of Flash and Silverlight 'agenda'
- Microsoft Gives Backdoor to Law Enforcement -- Well, Not Really
vnunet.com: Sun Microsystems, Canonical and Red Hat have announced the inclusion of OpenJDK-based implementations in Fedora 9 and Ubuntu 8.04 Long Term Support Server and Desktop editions.
- Is Ubuntu selling out or growing up?
- Plans for Compiz in Ubuntu 8.10
- Getting Help At The Command Prompt
- Nubuntu? Schmubuntu!
- Partnering Up For Ubuntu Live, OSCON
linux.com: After several years of development, SymphonyOS this month released SymphonyOne 2008.1, the first stable version of its distribution. When SymphonyOS first emerged three years ago, it offered a Linux desktop experience unlike any ever seen before. This release brings a new level of stability to the design, making it a viable alternative to KDE, GNOME, or Fluxbox.
junauza.com: For this April’s “Geek of the Month”, we will give tribute to one of the most controversial free software developer in history. His name is Hans Reiser, and he made headlines just recently.
arstechnica.com: The KDE development community announced yesterday the first KDE 4.1 alpha release. Although the alpha has a lot of bugs and rough edges, it gives users a very promising first look at the KDE 4.1 feature set. We tested KDE 4.1 by installing it from Stephan Binner's openSUSE LiveCD, which is available for download from his web site.
raiden.net: Have you watched Shrek or Harry Potter And The Philosopher's Stone? Have you flown on Continental, Virgin America or Singapore Airlines? Do you drive a BMW, Fiat or Renault car? Are you serving in the United States Army? Have you ever bought anything online using Paypal? Have you ever stayed in a Sheraton hotel? Or travelled by train in Canada?
fsf.org/blogs: I read Negroponte's statement presenting the OLPC XO as a platform for Windows in the most ironic circumstances possible: during a week of preparing, under a deadline, to migrate personally to an XO. I made this decision for one specific reason: freedom.
crn.com: Even though Linux operating systems have very low minimum hardware requirements anyway, there's always room to get even leaner, or just enough. SUSE Linux Enterprise JeOS (pronounced "juice"), the beta "Just enough" operating system from Novel, is a lightweight and bare-bones version of the company's SUSE Linux Enterprise Server.
evansmaster.com: Ubuntu offers a number of open source alternatives for users migrating from Mac OS X who use Apple’s iLife suite.
theregister.co.uk: Linux lovers' favourite website Slashdot.org has been unavailable all morning. Sister sites SourceForge and Freshmeat are also down.
opendotdotdot.blogspot: You may remember that a little while back there was a bit of a kerfuffle about the BBC's decision to go with a Microsoft-based DRM solution for its download service. Initially we were told that only six people and a couple of mangy dogs ever accessed BBC sites with GNU/Linux. The story then was: trust us, we'll get round to GNU/Linux support as soon as we can. And you know what? Silly old me believed them.
linux.com: KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine), Linux's own baked-in virtualization program, has been gaining popularity. Now, Qumranet, the company behind KVM, is releasing a commercial virtual desktop called Solid ICE based on KVM technology. This isn't all done with open source software though.
arstechnica.com: In a move that could have broad implications for the high-performance computing (HPC) market, Intel and Cray have announced a broad collaboration that will see engineers from the two companies work together on future products and projects.