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|Story||Replacing KDE4 with Xfce||Roy Schestowitz||07/03/2014 - 4:24pm|
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|Story||Linux cloud world's best kept secret DigitalOcean just bagged $37m||Roy Schestowitz||07/03/2014 - 11:15am|
|Story||pCell is only as good as the Linux it runs on||Roy Schestowitz||07/03/2014 - 11:12am|
|Story||Major new version of free Photoshop replacement Krita released for Linux and Windows||Roy Schestowitz||07/03/2014 - 11:01am|
|Story||Fedora 21 Being Planned For Mid-October Release||Rianne Schestowitz||07/03/2014 - 7:23am|
|Story||Developers from Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Sudan & Syria can’t contribute to US based open source projects?||Rianne Schestowitz||06/03/2014 - 11:12pm|
|Story||The Linux Setup - Graham Morrison, Linux Voice||Roy Schestowitz||06/03/2014 - 10:50pm|
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lifehacker.com: These days, it only takes an increasingly-cheap USB thumb drive and a program like UNetbootin to create a portable Linux desktop you can run on any computer that can boot from a USB port. But check out the list of distributions UNetbootin can download and install—it's huge.
linux.com: OpenOffice.org Writer is as much a desktop publishing program as a word processor. That fact, however, has yet to have much influence on the extensions created for Writer -- perhaps because most users prefer manual formatting to organizing themselves with page styles, templates, and other elements of document design. Still, extensions for layout are starting to appear.
pcmech.com: The internet as we know it today predominantly runs on Linux. There’s an extremely high probability that the internet connection you’re using right now is connected thru a Linux server - and routed thru many other Linux servers along the way.
ostatic.com: Last week, I had the pleasure of getting some unique insight into the Ubuntu 8.10 release ("Intrepid Ibex") from Canonical's marketing manager, Gerry Carr. The finalized server and desktop editions of the 8.10 release will be available for download October 30th, and host a variety of new tools and features.
- Ubuntu® 8.10 Press Release Already
- Ubuntu Linux: 8 Million Users and Growing
- Ubuntu for Business
- Speed up your Linux Boot and normal use (openSUSE)
- GPL Project Watch List for Week of 10/24
- Open Season is now Open Sources... Episode 1
- Open-Source Wireless Routing
- The dark (theme) side of Firefox
- New feature for game developers coming to Jaunty
- Lack of interest forces cancellation of Open Standards conference
- Stable kernel 188.8.131.52
- Kernel prepatch 2.6.28-rc2
- Get Your Local TV Listings From The Bash Command Line
- Preview: Ubuntu/Kubuntu 8.10 “Intrepid Ibex”
- Geek War: Mac vs. PC vs. Linux
- Deleting whole words on a bash command line
- SplashTop Security Hole Still Exists
- The Linux Action Show! Season 9 Episode 7
- Naples goes Open Source
- Australians Demand Linux Netbooks
- Unmask packages in Gentoo
- Piracy Hurts Open Source Also
- Linus' Blog: Candyland
- Dell Inspiron Mini 12 First Impressions; The $600 MacBook Air??
- Ubuntu Hard Drive Logos
- Five Tips to Prepare for Release Day!
- Ubuntu Intrepid Ibex - You can Tell Release is Approaching
- Easy way to install libdvdcss2 and w62codecs for Ubuntu 8.10 AMD-64 bit
- Ubuntu 8.04
- Installing Wine in Ubuntu 8.10 Intrepid Ibex
- The upgrade to Ubuntu 8.10
blogs.techrepublic.com: Recently a client of mine came to me with a request: Find an open source replacement for Microsoft OneNote. I had actually never heard of OneNote, so when he told me what OneNote did I was pretty confident I could find something for the Linux operating system that could do the same things.
ubuntu.com: The Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter, Issue #114 for the week of October 19th - October 25th, 2008 is now available. In this Issue: * Ubuntu 8.10 RC released, * Intrepid Release Parties, and * Pre-order Intrepid CDs.
tuxarena.blogspot: Battle for Wesnoth is one of the most popular and played turn-based strategy (TBS) games on Linux, if not the most popular. It's a free, open-source community-driven project which has done some amazing improvements since its initial release.
ubuntukids.org/blog: I couldn’t wait any longer so I did a 100% new install of Intrepid yesterday. I decided that is was time for an entirely new install. It takes a lot of faith to wipe out 200GB of data. However, I’m happy to report that my new Intrepid desktop is running beautifully and all my data survived, I hope.
myviewmytake.wordpress: A few months ago, I wrote an article entitled Opera 9.5–My browser of choice. Since Firefox 3 has been released, I have used it more often than I have used Opera 9.5, mainly due to the way it works with WordPress.
blogs.zdnet.com: While Microsoft executives like to talk about Apple as an insignificant company with less than 5% of the worldwide market share of all PCs and servers sold, the Mac maker now has more cash than Microsoft and earns more than half of its profits and over three fourths its revenues.
internetling.com: There are so many things I’d like to change in Ubuntu Intrepid Ibex (it is still a great Linux OS), but don’t have the time/knowledge to do. I am very active in promotion, but maybe someone who knows his stuff will read this list of ideas for inspiration.
ppenz.blogspot: The feature freeze for KDE 4.2 starts on the November the 17th. Time again for a summary of the features that made it into Dolphin since KDE 4.1...
phoronix.com: The release date for Fedora 10 (codenamed Cambridge) is less than one month away and as a result this Red Hat distribution will go into a development freeze beginning Tuesday. The new desktop background in Fedora 10 is part of their solar theme. Some of the packages currently in Fedora 10 / Rawhide are GNOME 2.24.1, the Linux 2.6.27 kernel, X Server 1.5.2, OpenOffice.org 3.0, Firefox 3.0, and GIMP 2.6.1.
computingtech.blogspot: A file is a collection of information, such as text for a memo or report, an accumulation of sales figures, an image, a song, or an executable program. The Linux filesystem provides a structure whereby files are arranged under directories, which are like folders or boxes.
newlinuxuser.com: If you have a huge collection of music files already, sometimes you realize that you were too lazy to add tags and/or descriptive file names to them. It’s a mess! But no need to worry! Ex Falso will help you organize your files.
debaday.debian.net: Storage is becoming cheaper and cheaper: you can find hard drives that cost less than a dollar per GiB. Buying an external hard drive to make backups (or even having a backup server) is a must if you value your work and what you have stored in your computer. However, doing backups should be easy enough to be done on a regular basis. The more automated, the better.
tuxarena.blogspot: Today I will continue with two other first-person shooter (FPS) games, natively available for Linux: Nexuiz and OpenArena. They both are currently maintained and the wonderful thing about them is that they all are completely open-source, free and usually available in all the major distributions.