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Story Living With GNOME's NetworkManager srlinuxx 27/05/2009 - 9:51pm
Story 8 Great Linux Apps Worth Bragging About, part 2 srlinuxx 27/05/2009 - 9:47pm
Story 9 reasons to switch from Windows to Linux srlinuxx 27/05/2009 - 7:00pm
Story Specto: Get Instant Notifications In Your Linux Machine srlinuxx 27/05/2009 - 6:58pm
Story some shorts: srlinuxx 1 27/05/2009 - 6:47pm
Story some howtos: srlinuxx 27/05/2009 - 4:37pm
Story The Lean green eco-friendly Linux machine solrac 27/05/2009 - 4:07pm
Story Reviewed: Yoggie Open Firewall SOHO srlinuxx 27/05/2009 - 2:58pm
Story Where does Linux fit in the business desktop? srlinuxx 27/05/2009 - 2:56pm
Story openSUSE Ambassadors Program srlinuxx 27/05/2009 - 2:53pm

HOWTO Install FreeNX Server on SUSE 10

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SUSE
HowTos

Not long ago, I reviewed SUSE Linux 10 and found that they had included the latest version of FreeNX. Once it was installed and working I have to say I was immediately impressed. I was overwhelmed with email from our readers asking that I write how to do it... so here we are!

The Firefox Hacks You Must Have

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Moz/FF

With the release of the new version 1.5 of Firefox, there's never been a better time to download the open-source browser, take it for a drive, kick the tires and see what it can do.

Dual-bootable; More Doable

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HowTos

Linux is great, but sometimes a guy's gotta play games. Here's how to set up a quicker Dual-Boot to get you back into windows.

Ark Linux v2005.2 Screenshots

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Linux

Ark Linux is a Linux distribution designed especially for desktop use, primarily for people without prior Linux experience. Major release 2005.2 was released Saturday, and Phoronix has the screenshots.

Wolvix | Games Edition 1.0.4 is released

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Linux

Looks like x-mas comes early this year. My present to you is Wolvix Games Edition, featuring over 50 games in different categories, four emulators and quite a few desktop applications.

Firefox 1.5 anti-phishing toolbar update available

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Moz/FF

Internet services company Netcraft Ltd. invites Firefox users who haven't yet tried the Netcraft Toolbar to install its latest version for Firefox 1.5 on any operating system.

Linux Makes it to the NASDAQ-100 Index with Red Hat

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Linux

The Nasdaq Stock Market has said that the annual re-ranking of the NASDAQ-100 Index®, will be effective with the market open on Monday, December 19, 2005. The new listing includes Red Hat and Google.

Open-source Business Intelligence Firm Gets Funding

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OSS

As further evidence of the expanding role of open source applications in enterprise data centers, Pentaho, a start-up that builds open-source business intelligence software, announced last week that it has received US$5 million in series A funding.

'Podcast' Named 2005 Word of the Year

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Misc

The phenomenal year of the iPod continues this week following the announcement that the New Oxford American Dictionary has designated "podcast" as the 2005 Word of the Year.

KDE India Founded

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KDE

A group of enthusiastic KDE users and developers met last week to combine their efforts to build a central platform for all things KDE in India.

Stx 1.0 r2: He Wanted Testers!...

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Linux
Reviews
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I was a bit intrigued when I saw the announcement on DistroWatch for Stx, but I was quite a bit behind in my projects for the weekend so I didn't really pay much attention to it until I saw the announcement on PcLinuxOnline. There STIBS posted his announcement as a request for "Distro testers wanted ..." This got my attention. When I read the information posted, all other reviews like Frugalware and Foresight would have to wait. This project sounded very interesting.

Where's the 'Wow'?

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Gaming

The Xbox 360 experience just hasn't been what it should be, given the hype, anticipation and price tag for one of the units.

Also: Muted hello for Xbox 360 in Japan

A little sleuthing unmasks writer of Wikipedia prank

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Web

It started as a joke and ended up as a shot heard round the Internet, with the joker losing his job and Wikipedia, the online encyclopedia, suffering a blow to its credibility.

Debian Community websites?

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Linux

Over the past few months several new Debian-based community websites have sprung up, providing summaries of news or new articles and tutorials for their visitors.

A Brief History of the UNIXes

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OS

Here is a timeline of events that triggered the Unix revolution starting from Multics to OpenSolaris.

10 most popular Ubuntu sites on the net

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Linux

I think credit has to be given where it is due. So here I have put together a collection of sites which are dedicated to Ubuntu Linux and where one can find a wealth of information on general topics or accomplishing a particular task in Ubuntu.

Opinion: top predictions for 2006

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Misc

Boldly going where we should know better than to go, we humbly offer our top predictions for IT in 2006:

The Great Software Platform Hoax

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Misc

Big vendors keep trying to sell customers on grand architectural plans for all their computing needs. Too bad they're wrong.

Pick a computer to suit you

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Misc

Thinking about a new computer this holiday season? If so, the options have never been broader. But do some hard thinking before you buy.

Getting Clear on Patent Visibility

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Microsoft

The irony is that open source and Linux haven't been the big targets for software patent claims. For all the concerns that Linux might be attacked with software patents by someone like Microsoft, the software source that's been hit hardest by software patent attacks has been, who else? Microsoft.

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