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|Story||Today in Techrights||Roy Schestowitz||21/10/2014 - 6:28pm|
|Story||Still running 32 bit Ubuntu?||Roy Schestowitz||21/10/2014 - 4:00pm|
|Story||NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 Offers Great Linux Performance||Roy Schestowitz||21/10/2014 - 3:56pm|
|Story||GTK+ Gains Experimental Overlay Scrollbars||Roy Schestowitz||21/10/2014 - 3:31pm|
|Story||3 Alternatives to the Adobe PDF Reader on Linux||Roy Schestowitz||21/10/2014 - 3:02pm|
|Story||How OpenStack powers the research at CERN||Roy Schestowitz||21/10/2014 - 12:05pm|
|Story||WE’RE HOSTING AN OPENDAYLIGHT HACKFEST IN JAPAN!||Rianne Schestowitz||21/10/2014 - 9:05am|
|Story||Debian Project mourns the loss of Peter Miller||Rianne Schestowitz||21/10/2014 - 8:52am|
|Story||A Seat at the Big Kids’ Table at Ohio LinuxFest||Rianne Schestowitz||21/10/2014 - 8:36am|
|Story||OpenStack Juno is out, Debian (and Ubuntu Trusty ports) packages ready||Rianne Schestowitz||21/10/2014 - 8:24am|
itwire.com: The Debian GNU/Linux Project has decided to adopt time-based development freezes from now on, on a two-year cycle.
toolbox.com: Linux has been around and useable on the desktop for over ten years. So I decided to go through the internet way back machine, namely google, and look for some screenshots of Linux desktops over the last ten years.
nixtutor.com: Sometimes the GUI is just too slow. Learn how to resize images, add drop shadows, splice mp3s, clone hard drives and more with the command line. Here are a few tasks that you might want to consider using the command line for.
If the new Location-Aware Browsing (a.k.a. Geolocation) feature in Firefox 3.5 makes you worried about your privacy, you can turn the feature off with a simple about:config tweak. This "feature" allows the website you are viewing to activate the geolocation function in Firefox and discover your location.
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- GNU Generation: Calling all pre-university students
- Alfresco Community Now Available for Ubuntu
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- Mr Windowspants has a bad day
- Free like Franks Beer
- Asa Dotzler: microsoft's settlement proposal
- OLPC: the more we know, the more we marvel
- Babel Com buys Everything Linux
- Open Source or Cloud?
- Top 3 Linux HTML editors
- The Private Cloud: Opening the Door for Open Source
- What is Ubuntu linux, and is it ready for me?
- Sexism in Free Software
- Ultra X Linux: Ubuntu With A Faster Kernel
- Music Player Review: qmmp vs audacious
- Automatic Mandriva Linux Media Setup
- gcc-4.4.1 is out
- NVIDIA Issues 185.xx Stable Linux Driver Update
- Microsoft, the GPL, and Nonsense from Folks Who Know Better
- Knoppix - First glance
- U.C. Berkeley plans open source software for lecture distribution
- Interview: Stephen Carlyle-Smith
- WASC Honeypot Opens Up With Open Source
- openSUSE Weekly News, Issue 81
- The Mystical Magical Secure Shell, Part 1
- Configure GRUB2 options and background
- Keeping Time In Linux
- System monitoring with Conky
- How to Layout a Book with OpenOffice.org: Part 3
- Postfix not delivering to Maildir
- Synchronize Tomboy Notes with Ubuntu One
- How to run OpenSuse Mono 18.104.22.168 vmx imgae in vmware 1.0.9
- The Backslash: helping Linux users ignore things
- Creating Your Own SuperKaramba Themes
- howto compile kernel in Debian 5.0
- How to build a textbox URL shortener with PyGTK+
- Recover your lost root password in Linux
- Open and edit PDF files in OpenOffice
- How to Install Ubuntu in Windows
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UNIX has hundreds if not thousands of commands, and it's impossible to remember every option and nuance. But, happily, you don't have to: man, UNIX's built-in, online reference system, is man's best friend. Take a look at this shortcut guide to the UNIX man pages system.
log.amitshah.net: The previous attempt at comparing file systems based on the ability to allocate large files and zero them met with some interesting feedback. I was asked why I didn't add reiserfs to the tests and also if I could test with larger files.
tuxradar.com: With HomeBank you can automate recurring transactions, set reminders for future transactions, assess your future account balance so you can plan your spending sprees and manage your expenses expertly.
cnet.com: Matthew Szulik, Red Hat's former CEO and current chairman, has been in semi-retirement for the past two years, but you'd never know it from listening to his interview with the BBC's Peter Day. Szulik, ever the revolutionary, talks up open source's opportunity to disrupt conventional software and promote social reform.
ItsHidden is now offering a free VPN targeted at those who want to protect their privacy online. Named ItsHidden, the free VPN solution has opened up a BETA test to the public, who can now privatize their Internet traffic - including BitTorrent transfers - in next to no time.
reddevil62-techhead: antiX is billed as a fast, lightweight Linux distro which is ideal for use on older hardware. It includes two window managers - IceWM (the default) and the excellent Fluxbox - plus the facility for using an iconified desktop through the Rox-Filer application.
internetling.com: I am a big fan of light desktop environments. Well, most people looking for a lighter alternative normally settle for a lightweight window manager, such as Fluxbox or AwesomeWM.
sinaisix.blogspot: There is a storm that is taking the software industry by storm. The name of this storm is Free and Open Source and one of its flagship products is called Open Office.
earthweb.com: How do you choose which GNU/Linux desktop to use? No easy answer exists, because the choice is so full of difficulties.
newsfactor.com: Linux was making good strides in the desktop PC market before Windows 7 came out with the free-for-one-year Try Before You Buy RC1. So, can Linux hold on to the market share it easily took from Windows?
ostatic.com/blog: What's not to like about Google Apps? It has a ton of features, it's incredibly easy to collaborate with other people, and it's free. Well, how about the fact that your data is only as accessible as Google decides to make it?
VideoLAN is pleased to announce the release of the second version of the Goldeneye branch of VLC: 1.0.1!
theregister.co.uk: With System z mainframe revenues down 39 per cent - and MIPS mainframe capacity shipments off 20 percent in the second quarter - IBM is keen on boosting mainframe sales. And it wants to use Linux as a lever.
hartware.de: Active Media Products (AMP), manufacturer of SSDs and WWF series USB drives, today announced immediate availability of a bootable Linux USB (BLU) drive that is compatible with Windows® 7 and benefits WWF. These new penguin BLU drives are preloaded with the full installation of Ubuntu Linux 9.0.4.