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|Story||Linux Mint 15: Solid, But Unsettled||srlinuxx||11/06/2013 - 11:28pm|
|Story||Lightworks video editor: Another missing piece for Linux||srlinuxx||11/06/2013 - 11:25pm|
|Story||Shuttleworth’s case can devastate South Africa||srlinuxx||11/06/2013 - 11:14pm|
|Story||Linux Virtual Workspaces--How Do They Differ?||srlinuxx||11/06/2013 - 11:12pm|
|Story||Gentoo Creator Daniel Robbins: Making Linux Free and Flexible||srlinuxx||11/06/2013 - 2:38pm|
|Story||GhostControl Inc. coming soon||srlinuxx||11/06/2013 - 7:00am|
|Story||What Makes a Community Distro?||srlinuxx||11/06/2013 - 6:51am|
|Story||Amazing Raspberry Pi Projects||srlinuxx||11/06/2013 - 6:33am|
|Story||The Best Features Of The Linux 3.10 Kernel||srlinuxx||11/06/2013 - 6:30am|
|Story||LibreOffice 4.1.0 approaches with beta 2||srlinuxx||11/06/2013 - 6:28am|
- Nokia buys rest of Symbian, will make code open source
- Nokia delivers knockout blow to Android
- Opening up Symbian – Good or Bad for Linux?
- Nokia Symbian deal shows Google on right track
polishlinux.org: Only one month is left before KDE 4.1 is announced. That’s why I thought it’s a good occasion to perform yet another visual changelog (rev 823000). Today’s article will be a bit different than the previous ones since I’m going to focus on the biggest annoyances of KDE 4.1 from my personal perspective.
ruminationsonthedigitalrealm.org: The battle of operating systems is over. The dust clouds of the Linux distributions wars can finally settle down. The victor is known to all and we simply have to bow our heads in gratitude. After working intensely with OpenSUSE 11.0 for at least a full day there is not a shadow of doubt that this is the release everyone has been waiting for.
beranger.org: After dozens of reviews or mentions of openSUSE 11.0 on various blogs, I finally got persuaded to give it a try by two reviews: one by Bruce Byfield (OpenSUSE 11: A Feature-Rich Distro in Search of Direction), and the other one on TechMoe.com.
informationweek.com: Disasters happen to the best of computers. Luckily, open source apps like SystemRescueCD, dd, Partedmagic, BackTrack, Security Tools Distribution, Helix, and TestDisk can help recover important data and bring dead systems back to life.
builderau.com.au: Many open source developers remain sceptical of Sun because their memories of the company focus on Sun's interactions with the community in 2001/2002, which Sun's chief open source officer Simon Phipps concedes was a period where Sun "screwed up".
blogbeebe.blogspot: I'm looking at the latest batch of updates for Ubuntu 8.04, 17 in all. One set of updates is for the kernel. That's right, yet another kernel update. And why are we updating the kernel this time? So that we can shave 3 seconds off the boot-up sequence!
- NVidia says no to request to release open source drivers, once again
- Gedit plugins for everyone
- Open source vs. piracy
- Another SLED Pre-install: MSI and the Wind NetBook
- Print is Dead: Linux Magazine Goes Web Only
- Newly discovered opensuse 11 Gem
- Why is Linux still the weird cousin in the corner?
- Review: openSuSE 11.0
- Are We There Yet?
- Microsoft's OOXML bid: No knowledge, no regrets
- Zero Ballistics Beta for Linux available
- Open source tour of Europe: Croatia
- Open Source Consumer Electronics: Neuros OSD
- Can we give every school child in the UK a Linux notebook and still save money?
- Gizmo5 - a more open VoIP solution
teenlinuxlounge.com: One of the first things you should do this summer is join a nice Free & Open Source Software community. Personally I'm joining a very interesting project called SourceMage Linux, there I hope to help with their packaging and bash scripting. They have a great community!
justanothertechblog.blogspot: What can I say, I love Ubuntu installations! As with most previous releases, Hardy Heron comes on a nice LiveCD through which you can dip your toes into Linux and decide whether or not to take the plunge. With Ubuntu, there is a great probability that a large percentage of your hardware will be detected (if not, as in many cases, all) and configured properly right off the bat.
Also: Ubuntu - My Favorite Linux Distro
gpl3.blogspot: The GPL v3 Watch List is intended to give you a snapshot of the GPLv3/LGPLv3 adoption for June 14th through June 20th, 2008. This Week: Week Summary, New Projects, Firefox 3, and User Contributions.
itjungle.com: Say what you will about the makers of proprietary minicomputers from days gone by, but Digital, IBM, and Hewlett-Packard all knew a thing or two about making a tightly integrated, highly polished system. That's why HP this week is donating the code and documentation behind its Tru64 Unix Advanced File System (AdvFS) to the open source community.
redhatmagazine.com: FUDCon comes on the heels of the Red Hat Summit, with many of the speakers and developers doing double-duty. Even Red Hat’s CEO showed up for both events. Did you miss out? Never fear, there’s always another FUDCon coming up, and the Fedora Project Leader is happy to give you the report from this one.
- Debian: using chroot ubuntu
- Networking with Ubuntu 8.04 and Windows Part 1
- Monitoring with Munin
- How about some WINE with your Linux?
- HowTo: Using SCP
- Install VMware Tools In Ubuntu
- Enabling Media Keys
- Using apt in an RPM world
- Quickly surveying free disk space on UNIX and Linux
- Mandriva 2008 - How to configure Broadcom BCM94311MCG
- Mandriva Linux Upgrades from Repositories Using urpmi
I had recently discovered the Lojban language while I was surfing the net. The characteristics of this language greatly appealed to me as a debater and so, I decided to heavily invest my effort into studying this language. Consequently, I came across two free software tools that could aid my study of Lojban: KVocTrain and Mnemosyne. These are two excellent programs that definitely have a place my studies.
ostatic.com: Datamation has a good collection of 75 Popular Open Source Desktop Downloads posted. The products in the list are categorized, and include business applications, operating systems, collaboration tools, and more.
redmonk.com: So I like GNOME Do. That’s not exactly a secret. Nor am I the only one. While it’s obviously - and admittedly - highly derivative of the OS X Quicksilver application, it’s a nice piece of work. One that continues to evolve.
thestandard.com: Mary Gardiner, the Australia-based coordinator of international group LinuxChix has resigned due to a major mismatch in goals. LinuxChix is an international open source group for women who are interested in Linux and anyone who wishes to support women in computing.
computerworld.com: Firefox's share ended the week at 19.17%, said Vince Vizzaccaro, the Web metrics firm's executive vice president of marketing. That's up 0.76% from the 18.41% it posted for May.
Also: Review: Firefox 3 Web browser
And: Opinion: Firefox 3 add-ons: Must-have tools
phoronix.com: We've been meaning to deliver benchmarks of the NVIDIA GeForce 9800GTX under Linux for some time. Finally we are delivering these benchmarks of the GeForce 9800GTX with Ubuntu Linux and using the most recent NVIDIA driver release.