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|Story||Quick Look: Linux Mint 17 Xfce||Roy Schestowitz||24/06/2014 - 8:32am|
|Story||Canonical Designers Update Ubuntu Linux Website||Roy Schestowitz||24/06/2014 - 8:19am|
|Story||Nest Labs buys Dropcam, gains Linux-based cams||Rianne Schestowitz||24/06/2014 - 8:09am|
|Story||Mint 17 is the perfect place for Linux-ers to wait out Ubuntu uncertainty||Rianne Schestowitz||24/06/2014 - 7:58am|
|Story||25 Great Games, Ubuntu Tips, and Red Hat Downer||Rianne Schestowitz||24/06/2014 - 7:53am|
|Story||Antergos: An Easy, Quick Way To Try Out Arch Linux||Rianne Schestowitz||24/06/2014 - 7:47am|
|Story||Quirky jumps into home automation with a Linux hub||Rianne Schestowitz||23/06/2014 - 10:55pm|
|Story||Sailfish OS EA3 For The Google Nexus 4 Adds The Jolla Store||Rianne Schestowitz||23/06/2014 - 10:05pm|
|Story||ARM Linux thin client does Citrix, RDP, and VMWare||Rianne Schestowitz||23/06/2014 - 9:04pm|
|Story||Plasma Media Center 1.3 Available||Rianne Schestowitz||23/06/2014 - 8:33pm|
serverwatch.com: If you look at the enterprise server operating system market, there's Microsoft's Windows server platform, there's the UNIX platform and there's Linux. What's needed is good strong competition between the platforms, resulting in robust systems with the features that enterprises want.
kde.org: The first Nigerian conference on Free and Open Source Software was held this week in Kano, Nigeria. The conference featured local speakers, consultants, network engineers, system administrators and academics, and international guests from KDE.
AMD maintains a private beta program for their Catalyst Linux driver. Phoronix has been apart of this program for years, but those testing this driver are under a strict Non-Disclosure Agreement. Today, however, AMD has decided to declassify some information.
tectonic.co.za: Stevan Lockhart now lives in the north west of Scotland in a house that is off the electricity grid. Using a wind generator, some solar panels and free and open source software he and his wife both run their businesses off just 20W of power.
deviceace.com: A Linux distribution is an OS based on the Linux kernel, and they usually consist of many applications. The main reason that everybody loves Linux is because it’s free, unlike an OS from Microsoft. There are plenty of distros out there, but these are the Top 10 that we enjoy the most.
softpedia.com: After pushing our trusty computer to its limits, we thought it would be nice to introduce our PC to the Zen meditation techniques. And though in the end Zenwalk Linux 6.0 didn't help our test machine discover its Buddha-nature within, the experience was very pleasant and indeed relaxing.
tuxradar.com: A lot people read and enjoyed our previous article, "From the archives: the best distros of 2000", so we had a hunt around in the dark, damp cellar where old copies of Linux Format magazine live, and dug up another gem, this time from issue 2: a group test of the best window managers, complete with screenshots.
linuxfoundation.org/blog: As tensions flare between Linux, OS X, UNIX, and Windows operating systems on a daily basis, it's good to know that efforts to achieve interoperability still try to reach across the chasm of hostility with the higher purpose of getting computers talking to each other for better business practice.
earthweb.com: A few years ago, Xfce had a reputation as a lightweight desktop that made few concessions to inexperienced users. However, the Xfce 4 series of releases have shown steady improvements in usability, and version 4.6 is no exception.
celettu.wordpress: My girlfriend runs XP on her Dell Inspiron, and I’m her helpdesk. Obviously, I hate it. Not only does the thing break in ways that are strange and unfamiliar and difficult to solve.
btobonline.com: Ready to get jealous? How would you like to work in an industry that benefits from economic downturns and for companies that see revenue, customer acquisition and budgets grow during these toughest of times?
itwire.com: A couple of months back, at Australia's national Linux conference, a young Microsoft employee sat down with me and discussed ways in which Microsoft has contributed to open source.
thelinuxlink.net/blog: A few weeks ago I posted how I was considering a new look at Mono and .net technology. I mean I have heard the claims by the other side about patent FUD. So cast aside litigation fears for using .net technology, after all it is an open standard right?
computerworld.com: Last month, in "Living free with Linux: 2 weeks without Windows," I wrote about what life was like for a longtime Windows user trying to live with Linux. One of the main drawbacks: The difficulties I encountered when installing or updating software.
pcmech.com: Is it all too typical on the internet to hear a Linux user go full-on zealot style and say, "YEAH! I use Linux! F**k Microsoft! You people are sheeple! Down with the status quo!" Blah, blah, blah, frickin’ blah.
- Ubuntu 9.10 sees the cloud above the trees
- Linpus Linux Lite OS caught on video
- Ubuntu 9.04 Alpha 5 Isn’t Ready for Primetime, Yet
- Blueprint for Competing with Proprietary Software
- Can TouchBook Revitalize Linux Netbooks?
- Audio Production Hardware At Studio Dave
- Linux Fedora KDE 10: First Look
- SCO What? It's Patently over for Copyright
- You should refuse stable
- It's Time to Cash In on Firefox
- Why Sugar's Future Looks Sweet: User Feedback
- Sabayon 4.1 Gnome Preview
- Forthcoming VDR Release To Support VDPAU
- Trading places: IBM and Microsoft on open source
- Intuitive packaging is vital to Gentoo
- The best racing game ever runs on Linux
- Hire Open Source Developers -- or Partner With Them?
- The Open Source Community, the Worldwide Academy of Programming, Does Not Discriminate
- Linux Foundation’s “We’re Linux” Contest Enters Final Week
- Sneak Preview of Adobe Reader 9.x on Linux and Solaris x86
- K is for Kuki and it might be good enough for your Aspire One
- Ounce Labs: Open Source Software Is Perfectly Secure
- News from Pardus
- Howto Make an MPEG Picture Slideshow with digiKam in Ubuntu
- Gentoo : A complete and utter retards guide to installing
- 6 Ubuntu Package Management tips for the Fedora User
- Jaunty 64-bit and Eclipse
- Move /home to it’s own partition
- The Great KDE Font Mystery
- Simple guide to Sound Solutions for Ubuntu Users
- Upgrading Ubuntu to the Cutting Edge
- iopp: howto get i/o information per process
- Remove Compiz from Ubuntu
- Setting up SSHFS
oreilly.com: When I write reviews of various Linux distributions and describe differences in performance I almost invariably get a comment to the effect that all Linux distros are essentially the same: running the same kernel, the same libraries, the same filesystems. Performance should be essentially the same, right?
reuters.com: As netbooks surge in popularity, open-source Linux-based operating systems have established a toehold on the low-cost, stripped-down computers as an alternative to Microsoft Corp's Windows.
ostatic.com/blog: Savio Rodrigues is out with a very interesting post on Red Hat's financial consistency. Long story short, he concludes that over the past two years a whopping--borderline shocking--48 percent of Red Hat's income before taxes is classified as "Other Income."