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|Story||Quirky Linux Gets More Pep Out of Puppy||Roy Schestowitz||24/01/2014 - 12:03pm|
|Story||Kali Linux 1.0.6, hands-on||Roy Schestowitz||24/01/2014 - 12:02pm|
|Story||Rifles powered by Linux purchased by US Army||Rianne Schestowitz||24/01/2014 - 8:55am|
|Story||PC-BSD 10.0-RC5 Now Available||Rianne Schestowitz||24/01/2014 - 4:59am|
|Story||[GIT PULL 0/6] ARM: SoC changes for Linux 3.14||Rianne Schestowitz||24/01/2014 - 4:53am|
|Story||How to get your conference talk submission accepted||Rianne Schestowitz||24/01/2014 - 4:48am|
|Story||Crypto Update for Linux 3.14||Rianne Schestowitz||24/01/2014 - 4:42am|
|Story||Open Source Libferris: Chasing the "Everything is a File System" Dream||Rianne Schestowitz||24/01/2014 - 4:31am|
|Story||New Linux Job Board LinuxCareers.com is now OUT||Rianne Schestowitz||24/01/2014 - 4:25am|
|Story||Kubuntu 14.04 Alpha 2 Released with Improved USB Creator||Rianne Schestowitz||24/01/2014 - 4:20am|
it.toolbox.com/blogs/locutus: Life without walls is the title of microsoft's new advertising campaign. It is yet another example of microsoft taking someone else's idea and trying to claim it as their own. This has put me in rant mode because for a long time there has been a quote floating around in the Linux camp.
meandubuntu.wordpress: Sh*t like this just makes me so mad. The Canonical Store won’t let me place an order, and just ignores any attempts I make to contact them.
computerworld.com.au: The organising committee for Linux.conf.au (LCA) have finalised the program for the conference to be held at the University of Tasmania's Sandy Bay campus from January 19-24.
lizards.opensuse.org: First I have to say i’m happy with openSUSE 11.0. Everything start on sunny day i’m happy installing openSUSE 11.0 from x84_86 DVD. Everything goes fine and smooth. Then I set up LTSP5.
- Symbian: Linux unfit for mobile phones
- Extremely easy driver installation
- Microsoft blackouts… Software Freedom
- Linux will be getting more attention from software companies
- Where Do YOU Send Netbook Users For Help?
- Drupal developer Barry Jaspan discusses Acquia (video)
- New Zeeland government using Drupal
- If not Google, which corporation best champions open source?
- Planned power outage in Raleigh Delays Fedora Beta
- Minds Meet to Mull Linux Marketing
- Free Software Shouldn't Mean You Can't Make a Buck
- Comparing Server Virtualization Solutions
- What’s behind GregKH’s (latest) Rant?
- How to restore GRUB with an Ubuntu Live CD
- How to make your application appear in the Add/Remove tool
- Tar remote dir over SSH
- Using wine to run windows application on openSUSE 11
- Nokia E71 as a USB or Bluetooth 3G Data Modem on Linux
- Mailman and Exim4
- Combinations Vs. Permutations On Linux and Unix
- How to View .Chm files in Linux
- How to Achieve Nice Font Rendering in Ubuntu Hardy
irishtimes.com: A FEW years ago, the open-source operating system Linux was well known to techies, and barely known to the person on the street. It wasn't the easiest system to install or use for typical computer users. Well, Linux has arrived.
mercurynews.com: I feel like I've just jumped into the Wayback Machine and landed in 1997. The Spice Girls are playing on the radio. Everyone and their dog is taking a dot-com public. And, oh yes, Netscape and Microsoft are at each others' throats, fighting for control of the browser markets.
clintonskakun.wordpress: Ubuntu has served me well for a few months, I think it was April when I started using it. I have to say Ubuntu is one of my favorite Linux distributions. It’s great for people who are new to Linux or have been using Windows for a long time and want to try out something different or more reliable.
linux.com: Because a large portion of end user machines attached to the Internet are Windows machines, Web developers have no choice but to develop Web applications that, while they don't necessarily rely on Microsoft technology, do have to work properly with Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser. That usually means developers require a Windows installation at their disposal.
itwire.com: I've claimed that Microsoft's Small Business Server (SBS) is hampered by its built-in limitations. These constraints have been designed in. Why would you opt for SBS when you could have it all using Linux? It's time to put my money where my mouth is. Here's what I look for in a Linux-based solution and starting today not one, but five, options to pick from.
toolness.com: When I talk to my friends and family about Mozilla, I notice that they all have different perceptions of what Mozilla is. Looking at Mozilla’s Wikipedia entry doesn’t shed much light on things either, as it’s largely a glorified disambiguation page that attempts to clarify the word’s many different meanings over time.
phoronix.com: Ubuntu 8.10 Alpha 6 has been released as the final alpha build for Intrepid Ibex. This release ships with the latest GNOME 2.24 and Linux 2.6.27 bits along with X Server 1.5.0.
- Ubuntu-ZA LoCoTeam gets new leader
- Slax: Your Pocket Operating System
- Firefox vs. Internet Explorer
- When OpenOffice.org 3?
- 32 times faster deleting your home directory
news.opensuse.org: Issue #39 of openSUSE Weekly News is now out. In this week’s issue: Board election, OpenOffice_org 3.0rc1 available, and Call for SUSE Linux Enterprise and openSUSE Beta Testers.
weblog.infoworld: As computer hardware improves, it is important that software programs are readily modifiable by the people who buy and use them.
linuxdevices.com: Czech vendor Eltrinex has announced a netbook computer that runs Linux or Windows XP Home Edition, and sports a 320GB hard drive. The "MobilePC" includes a Via C7-M ULV processor, 10.2-inch display, 1GB of RAM, 802.11a/b/g WiFi, and a bundled external DVD writer, the company says.
phoronix.com: This new driver update does bring a few exciting changes: the long-awaited WINE fixes, what appears to be RandR 1.2 with accelerated rotation support, and a horde of bug-fixes.
itwire.com: In the wake of the Firefox EULA issue, the well-known GNU/Linux news accumulation website, Linux Today, ran a very short editorial which came to the rather hurried conclusion that the free operating system does not need what it characterised as "slick marketing."
theinquirer.net: TOSHIBA HAS ANNOUNCED today the joyous occasion of the arrival of the NB100 – the company’s first netbook product. This versatile little netbook will be powered by the Intel Atom CPU and comes with Linux Ubuntu 8.04 or MS Windows XP Home Edition.