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|Story||Red Hat celebrates 10 years of Enterprise Linux||srlinuxx||17/04/2012 - 6:01pm|
|Story||DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 452||srlinuxx||16/04/2012 - 9:01pm|
|Story||Open Source Office Apps: Calligra Suite vs LibreOffice||srlinuxx||16/04/2012 - 9:00pm|
|Story||Raspberry Pi $35 mini system starts shipping||srlinuxx||16/04/2012 - 8:58pm|
|Story||How Linux defines success and innovation||srlinuxx||16/04/2012 - 8:56pm|
|Story||Speed up your computer with Ubuntu||srlinuxx||16/04/2012 - 8:54pm|
|Story||Slackware Needs Your Help||srlinuxx||1||16/04/2012 - 7:17pm|
|Story||More FUD About Security of GNU/Linux||srlinuxx||16/04/2012 - 5:48pm|
|Story||Debian Project News - April 16th||srlinuxx||16/04/2012 - 5:44pm|
|Story||Shadowrun Returns Will Have Linux Support||srlinuxx||15/04/2012 - 8:19pm|
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- Timeline of the Debian project
- Configure Exim with anti-spam
- FSF New Website and Newsletter
- A “Word” on Document Interoperability
- Decibel in 14 easy steps
- an interview with pmdematagoda
- Will it always be about Microsoft?
- People power transforms the web in next online revolution
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laptopmag.com: Asus’ Eee PC has become a low-cost laptop to reckon with. Everex has snuck up on the low-cost leader with the CloudBook and other vendors are rumored to be releasing their own low-cost notebooks in the near future. Shen thinks the days of the Eee PC are just taking off and that the competitors will try to knock them off their course but won’t succeed.
gorkee.com: On Linux, there is only a single hierarchical directory structure. Everything starts from the root directory, represented by ‘/’, and then expands into sub-directories. Where DOS/Windows had various partitions and then directories under these partitions, Linux places all the partitions under the root directory by ‘mounting’ them under specific directories. The closest to root under Windows would be c:.
allaboutubuntu.wordpress: System76, one of the best-known providers of Ubuntu systems, recently introduced new servers certified to run the operating system. All About Ubuntu caught up with System76 President Carl Richell to discuss his views on the Ubuntu server market.
arstechnica.com: When KDE 4.0 was officially released in January, there were a lot of gaping holes in basic functionality. During the past few months, the codebase has matured considerably and the environment is steadily approaching the point where it will be sufficiently robust for widespread day-to-day use.
computerworld.com.au: In a move to challenge Microsoft on the desktop, IBM has teamed up with Austrian and Polish system integrators to supply the emerging Eastern European and Russian business PC markets with "Microsoft-free" systems based on Red Hat Linux and open standards-based productivity software.
thevarguy.com: The VAR Guy was flipping though his Sunday morning paper when he spotted an article about Ubuntu Linux. He took a few more sips of coffee to perk up and make sure his eyes weren’t deceiving him. Sure enough, Ubuntu had made the leap into the mainstream media.
evildomain.org: I am an advocate of Gentoo. Linux ricer? Sure, why not, I live for those minute speed advantages. I also, perhaps masochistically, prefer building every package from source. Why, then, am I dumping Gentoo, and for kubuntu of all distros?
Also: Bye Gentoo... Welcome Ubuntu
itwire.com: So you’ve got an idea for a great app and you’re thinking of making your own open source project? Here are some items to consider and some sites that will help you on your journey. We’ll also see how some well-known open source teams did it.
planetoss.com: Mandriva was the first distribution I used back in 2001 when I started using Linux. Mandriva's earlier decisions like releasing their OS to the public after a month or so and some annoying bugs made me to stay out of Mandriva but recently I tried Mandriva's 2008 release and was really impressed with their work.
- Ubuntu TIP: Extending Nautilus, Scripting Your Way To UI Bliss
- Terminator - Multiple GNOME terminals in one window
- Ubuntu 8.04 Hardy Heron Brings Better MTP Support
- Conky on Ubuntu 64 Bit - conkyrc
- Restoring GRUB boot menu from ubuntu live CD
- Ubuntu Studio Theme a cool looking theme for your Ubuntu Gutsy Gibbon 7.10
- Watching live soccer in Gentoo - part 1 - SopCast
adventuresinopensource: I finally got my shiny new Dell XPS m1330 laptop recently and I have to say I really love it. It's very nice to be able to order a new laptop from a large manufacturer with Linux pre-installed, especially as a home user, it's been an easier option for enterprise customers for a while now I think.
computersight.com: If Red Hat were a woman... Red Hat is the first of three sisters--Fedora and CentOS--and the bossiest. She pretends to have money, and her family has definitely been involved in plenty of businesses, but everyone knows she's doesn't.
phoronix.com: A week ago, Canonical's Bryce Harrington had pushed an XRandR GUI into Ubuntu 8.04 LTS, which can now be found inside Alpha 6. This utility facilitates the dynamic management of displays using the RandR 1.2 extension.
thelinuxmovement.blogspot: The three new animations are called, helix, blinds, and sandstorm. There are some preview videos of them on youtube.
ubuntulinuxhelp.com: For those not familiar, Launchpad is a free software hosting and development website. One thing I like about services such as these, is that I often find interesting (and usable) projects. Let’s see what Ubuntu based projects are hosted on Launchpad:
In this week's KDE Commit-Digest: Work on WebKit integration, the ability to access Plasma data engines in Plasmoids rendered through WebKit, and a HDDtemp daemon data engine are added to Plasma, plus work on Plasmoid packaging and KRunner. Items can now be dragged from the Kickoff menu to the desktop or the panel.
smspillaz.wordpress: There are some more new features for you users out there and I’m sure you’ll enjoy them! Among the highlights are: Session manager integration and support, New animations, Compiz Desktop Menu, and 0.7.2 Development release.
itwire.com: In the wake of the ISO rejecting Microsoft's OOXML document format as an international standard, Microsoft has launched its Document Interoperability Initiative pledging to work with industry to ensure its document formats remain interchangeable with industry standards.