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|Story||OpenPOWER Foundation to reveal innovations in Big Data||Rianne Schestowitz||23/04/2014 - 11:12am|
|Story||Cern Deploys Red Hat, Continued Heartbleed Heartache, & a CentOS Desktop||Rianne Schestowitz||23/04/2014 - 11:05am|
|Story||'Basque schools value savings of open source'||Rianne Schestowitz||23/04/2014 - 11:00am|
|Story||CyanogenMod support arrives for Amazon Kindle Fire HD||Roy Schestowitz||23/04/2014 - 10:54am|
|Story||GitHub Cofounder Resigns but Denies Harassment||Rianne Schestowitz||23/04/2014 - 10:54am|
|Story||Wireless router garment runs on Linux threads||Rianne Schestowitz||23/04/2014 - 10:47am|
|Story||SBC apes RasPi, beefs up CPU, adds SATA||Roy Schestowitz||23/04/2014 - 10:44am|
|Story||Linux Deepin 2014 screenshot preview||Rianne Schestowitz||23/04/2014 - 10:42am|
|Story||Go Beta, Gogs, GCC Release and TinyCore Linux – Snippets||Rianne Schestowitz||23/04/2014 - 10:36am|
|Story||Puppy Arcade 11 - Portable Retrogaming||Rianne Schestowitz||23/04/2014 - 10:28am|
translxp.wordpress: Don’t have much experience on linux? Don’t have much time trying out? Well, if so, you’ll love searching for the right distribution that suits you in minutes with distribution comaparer and distribution choosers.
itwire.com: Linux has been doing pretty well in China, with recent year-on-year sales going through the roof. However, there can be no escaping the global economic crisis, not even for Chinese Linux.
brajeshwar.com: SE Linux is the Security-Enhanced Linux project started by the NSA which lets you secure Linux at every echelon from the kernel up. SE Linux is in essence a defense against hackers giving users another stratum of protection to online information.
I should not show the IE 7 results, because they are embarrassing and Trolls will accuse me of being a zealot. But i can sense that other zealots' blood-lust is building up!! So here are the results:
- KDE4Daily 4.2 Edition
- KDE4 on Gentoo
- AMD Catalyst 8.12 Linux Driver
- Google, Mozilla Heat Up Browser Wars
- Debian on a Dell E4300
- My Thunderbird extensions
- Programming GNOME applications with Vala
- Nexuiz project is looking for developers, modelers, artists, etc
- Red Hat Takes a Piece of Jaspersoft
- End-of-Year Thoughts and Resources on Netbooks
- Tux3 by Christmas?
- Short Tip: import larger sets of ics files into kontact
- Installing Condor the easy-easy way
- Is This the Cloud OS You Wanted?
- Whither open source in the land of leeches?
- SELinux on openSUSE 11.1
- OOo: outline numbering level attribute as part of paragraph style
- The Impact Mozilla Challenge
- GUI suite targets embedded Linux distro
- Slice and Dice Images with ImageMagick
- Linux Factoids - Your Time To Live Is Gonna Come
- Quickly create a video presentation of your Linux desktop
- Ubuntu Server: Suspend/Hibernate for Jaunty?
- Why DU And DF Display Different Values On Linux
- A walk down memory lane ... with GNOME and Stormy
- One step closer...
- Hardware Review: Yoggie Open Soho Firewall
- Compiz-Fusion 'n Awn!!!
- Configuring a chrooted Ubuntu installation
- YouTube and GNU/Linux: download and convert videos the easy way
technet.147120.com: Somehow I managed to trash the hard drive in my newly converted Debian box. With a new (to me) 320 GiB drive I just couldn’t resist a multiboot machine.
thevarguy.com: Unison Technologies, with an assist from Canonical and Ubuntu Linux, says it is “launching a major threat to Microsoft Exchange.” Hmmm. The VAR Guy has heard similar grandstanding before from a range of companies. But Unison has caught our resident blogger’s attention a few times. Here’s why.
pcworld.com: Window Snyder, the head of security at Mozilla Corp., will resign her position at the end of the year, she said in a blog post Wednesday.
slackware.com: Well folks, it's that time to announce a new stable Slackware release again. So, without further ado, announcing Slackware version 12.2! Since we've moved to supporting the 2.6 kernel series exclusively (and fine-tuned the system to get the most out of it), we feel that Slackware 12.2 has many improvements over our last release (Slackware 12.1) and is a must-have upgrade for any Slackware user.
linux.com: Two Oregon educators who founded the K12Linux project seven years ago are glad that they have been able to hand that project over to Fedora, the home they always meant for K12Linux to have.
earthweb.com: This second OpenSolaris release comes with even more software packages than before, more hardware support, and a few nifty features revolving around ZFS. The question we cannot avoid is, “can it replace Linux?”
beranger.org: This is to certify that I have migrated my home laptops to Windows XP Professional for a week already. In a world with too many irrational religions, who needs another one, called... Linux on the desktop? Red Hat doesn't believe in it, so why should I?
fsf.org: Yesterday, we made some changes to the Free Software Definition to help clarify a few points that had been confusing for people in the past. Because this definition is the benchmark we use to decide whether or not a license is free, we want it to be as easy as possible for people to understand.
oreilly.com: Perl's 21st anniversary of release is next Thursday, 18 December. Perl 5 is already 14 years old. Though the language has seen many changes since 1994, it can't stand still. Perl 5.10 added many wonderful features and Perl 6 will change the landscape for programming languages, but what's the vision for Perl 5? How can the language stay relevant?
olpcnews.com: Joanna Stern at Laptop Mag asks "Has OLPC gone too far" with their latest promotional video, one that starts with child soldiers training to fight and child prostitutes soliciting for sex, before promoting XO's for children:
blogs.computerworld: I have known for more years than I care to think about that HP has been almost ready to release a pre-configured Linux desktop system. But, then, they wouldn't pull the trigger. Now they have.
Also: Novell, Hewlett-Packard Push SUSE Linux for Schools
rcpmag.com: Recently, I read about NexentaCore, a new experimental operating system that seeks to merge the functionality of a Linux user environment with the OpenSolaris OS kernel, supporting the ZFS file system. I downloaded NexentaCore, currently at version 1.01, and tried it out using VirtualBox.
dot.kde.org: After two years of intense development, Amarok 2 has become a reality! Some of the highlights that are included in the 2.0 release are a completely redesigned user interface, tight integration with online services such as Magnatune, Jamendo, MP3tunes, Last.fm and Shoutcast.
blogs.gnome.org: The big innovation (and controversy) coming out of the Desktop Experience team here at UDS seems to be the new notifications work going on.
computerworld.com: Firefox 3.1 may only be a point release -- from 3.0 to 3.1 -- but its just-released Beta 2 version is a good indication that the final release will be a must-have upgrade for anyone using Firefox.