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redhatmagazine.com: Who is that masked man? It’s the Fedora Project’s Greg DeKoenigsberg. And who better to talk about this history of the Fedora than someone who has been involved nearly every step of the way…
linuxjournal.com: In this second part of my survey I list and briefly describe some of the Java sound and music applications known to work under Linux. Java applications show up in almost every category found at linux-sound.org and the Applications Database at linuxaudio.org.
- Opera 9.6 beta: screenshots
- PC-BSD 7.0 Screenshots
- Adobe AIR launches on Linux
- about:mozilla - 2010 goals, Add-on survey, and more…
- Chromify Firefox with Chromifox
- Linux Outlaws 54 - Compiling in Coffee Shops
- How to access to music with amarok from anywhere (almost)
- How to configure Evolution Mail Client for GMAIL
- OpenOffice.org Basic crash course: Saving user settings
- Untar multiple files in a directory
- How to go a particular line or word in vi
linux.com: Sun has been getting serious about opening up its software for a few years now. OpenSolaris, an open source Unix operating system like Linux and BSD, released in May, is its latest foray into the open source arena. I found OpenSolaris to be a production-ready OS that works equally well on desktops and servers.
blogs.the451group: While I believe open source may have an advantage in hard economic times when organizations are truly being forced to cut costs, I’m not sure I entirely buy either perspective. I see a danger for open source as some of its largest enterprise users stumble or even cease to be.
makeuseof.com: If you work on Linux you’ll know that the command line is the way to go (in some cases at least). If you are in GUI mode than you can access the command line via the Terminal. Here are some applications/utilities that will transform your command line experience.
lawofficelinux.com: Everyday, some attorney, somewhere is having an issue with Windows. Usually, when I suggest they switch to Linux, I get resistance. This is due largely to their fear of change. My message to them is simply that they are not trapped by Windows.
community.zdnet.co.uk/blog: Hooray! My Sierra Wireless AirCard 880 is working with Ubuntu 8.04.1 (Hardy Heron)! This is something I have been wanting to get working for quite a while. What it means is that I won't have to boot Vista in order to use my laptop on the train and bus during my daily commute.
linux.com: Familiarity with command prompts and shell scripts is still necessary if you want to get the most from your GNU/Linux system, but the less time you spend doing that the better, right? Two powerful ways to minimize your time at the command line are shell aliases and functions.
internetnews.com: In a conversation with InternetNews.com, Mitchell Baker, Chairperson of Mozilla, admitted that Mozilla may not need both the EULA and open source license, with the EULA the likely casualty.
computerworlduk.com/blogs: Some enlightened MEPs have crafted “Written Declaration 0046/2008” urging the European Union to step up its support of free software. I've just emailed my representatives in the European Partliament using the fine WriteToThem.com, and urge you to do the same.
phoronix.com: The kind folks at Sapphire Technology had sent out the ATI Radeon HD 4670 graphics card upon its release. The Radeon HD 4780 retails well under $100 USD and has 512MB of GDDR3 memory with a 128-bit interface.
Welcome to this year's 11th issue of DPN, the newsletter for the Debian community. Some of the topics covered in this issue include: Release Update, Lenny Upgrade advisor, ... and much more.
Also: New Debian Developers
heise-online.co.uk: Mark Shuttleworth challenged the Python community to look to future trends for Python's next big opportunity. Presenting a keynote at PyCon UK 2008 in Birmingham, Shuttleworth looked at three big trends, cloud computing, transactional memory and future multicore processors and asked the Python community how they were approaching these trends.
theinquirer.net: WHILE GOOGLE has acknowledged that its Chrome Web browser owes a lot to Open Source projects, Firefox and WebKit, it failed to mention the input from that great supporter od open saucing... Microsoft.
This guide explains how you can install Joomla 1.5.6 on a lighttpd web server on Debian Etch. Joomla comes with an .htaccess file with mod_rewrite rules (for Apache) (to enable search-engine friendly URLs) that do not work on lighttpd.
This tutorial provides a brief history of Bash, which indicates how the Bash shell is different than some of the other popular UNIX shells, and also provides an overview of the major features available within Bash.
- Funtoo on GitHub
- SightSpeed to Announce Linux Version
- GPL v3 Project Watch List for Week of 09/12
- Peru to Be First With New OLPC Laptop With Windows
- My «favorite» RHEL5 bug
- What’s the big deal about the Firefox EULA?
- Vietnam's open-source developers go global
- How Open is the Open Video Player Initiative?
- Chip PC Launches New Lineup of Linux-based Products (PR)
- Chrome comes to Mac/Linux with CodeWeavers
- Supercharge Firebug
- Mandriva 2009 RC1 on Acer Aspire One: Follow-Up
- Open-Source Alternatives To Microsoft Office
- Open source teaches us how to sell games
- The psychology behind open source and gaming
- Firefox Plays Chrome Catch-up. Or does it?
- Mozilla's Frank Hecker on Politics 2.0, Open Source, and Participatory Democracy
- Linux Email Tips: KMail Templates, and Filters
- Vista suffers a dose of Linuxitis
- Is Microsoft buying Citrix? Novell!?
- build an open source mainframe in your kitchen
- Scratch: Open-source programming for kids
- Capturing screens with GScrot
- The most hated community Linux distribution
computerworld.com: To see what all the excitement is about, I got my hands on four of the latest minis available: the Sylvania G Netbook, the HP 2133 Mini-Note PC, the Acer Aspire and the Asus Eee PC 1000. These four mini-notebooks offer portability, low prices and a Linux operating system. How do they compare?