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Story Red Hat to Acquire eNovance, Focus Together on OpenStack Rianne Schestowitz 18/06/2014 - 5:50pm
Story Real life experiences thanks to Google Summer of Code projects Rianne Schestowitz 18/06/2014 - 5:38pm
Story GLAMOR Support Enabled Within Debian Experimental Rianne Schestowitz 18/06/2014 - 5:33pm
Story Inspired by Lego, fuelled by creativity: Linux-based Kano kit wants to get kids hacking again Rianne Schestowitz 18/06/2014 - 5:27pm
Story SCSI Multi-Queue Performance Appears Great For Linux 3.17 Rianne Schestowitz 18/06/2014 - 5:16pm
Story Linux Kernel 3.14 Breaks Wine for 16-bit Windows Applications Rianne Schestowitz 18/06/2014 - 5:11pm
Story ALSA 1.0.28 Released Rianne Schestowitz 18/06/2014 - 6:05am
Story The Linux Setup - Tom Callaway, Red Hat Rianne Schestowitz 18/06/2014 - 4:35am
Story Fedora 21 NOT Delayed, What Linux Needs, and Civ IV Rianne Schestowitz 18/06/2014 - 4:30am
Story Oppo R1 Android Smartphone Rianne Schestowitz 18/06/2014 - 4:28am

An open source to a brighter future?

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timesonline.co.uk: If you went to your bank manager and said you had a great idea for a business in which you gave away your core product to your competitors, it is likely you would be instantly shown the door and not just because of the credit crunch. Yet this is exactly what some of the most successful companies in the world are doing.

Debian GNU/Linux 5.0

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Linux
  • Debian 5.0 With LXDE: It's Your Grandad On Skates!

  • Debian GNU/Linux 5.0: Flexible and (Almost) Free

Linux 46% Market Share, Windows 43.5% Market Share

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OS

blog.eracc.com: After a study of operating system usage of thousands of people I have discovered that Linux has a 46% market share. Linux now surpasses Windows which is shown to have a 43.5% market share. Overall GNU/Linux distributions have taken the lead from Microsoft based on this study. Honest.

Also: how many linux users are there

A Review of Damn Small Linux 4.4.10

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Linux

blog.hydrasystemsllc: For the first time this week I finally had the pleasure of taking Damn Small Linux (hereafter, DSL) for a test drive. One of the companies that I work for required an easy, lightweight and quick solution to salvage an older project.

KDE 4.2 brings the MySQL server to the desktop

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KDE

bytebot.net/blog: If you’re using Fedora 10, and are a KDE desktop user, you’ll notice that your latest KDE 4.2 update, requires having a local MySQL server installed.

Commercial Linux Distro Support Shootout

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Linux

serverwatch.com: Money can't buy you love; nor can it buy you happiness. But it just might bring you peace of mind. The Big 3 commercial Linux vendors; Canonical, Novell and Red Hat are ready to serve you through support subscription services for your Linux infrastructure.

Why the gOS Could Now Hurt Microsoft

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Linux

crn.com: Good OS, the Taipei, Taiwan-based company that launched in 2007, could turn out to be bad news for Microsoft.

Goo Blimey, It's "Awesome"

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Gaming

reddevil62-techhead: MY nine-year-old son bellowed: "This is awesome.. world class!" I was hooting with laughter. The source of this merriment? A game.

The Perfect Server - Debian Lenny (Debian 5.0) [ISPConfig 2]

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HowTos

This tutorial shows how to set up a Debian Lenny (Debian 5.0) server that offers all services needed by ISPs and hosters: Apache web server (SSL-capable), Postfix mail server with SMTP-AUTH and TLS, BIND DNS server, Proftpd FTP server, MySQL server, Courier POP3/IMAP, Quota, Firewall, etc.

today's leftovers:

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News
  • Open source traits lead to secure applications

  • Linux Tool Resurrects Deleted Images
  • Is Firefox really that bad?
  • Linux basics: Picking a distribution
  • World of Goo for Linux
  • Ubuntu's Shuttleworth Opens Up
  • The statist approach to open source
  • New KWin effect: Sheet
  • Novell: Five Goals for Feb. 26 Earnings Announcement
  • Let's Use Stimulus to Boost Open Source in Schools
  • WiFi-centric dual-mode Linux phone rev'd
  • New installation DVDs for Fedora
  • 6 Resources for the Powerful Drupal Content Management System
  • The boot-up showdown
  • Five reasons why the economic slowdown is good news for open source
  • Freescale promises $200 netbook
  • Linux Haters Make a Few Valid Points
  • Simplicity-money combo spells MySQL success
  • Linux Basement Episode 36 - Interview With Brandon
  • Linux Void Episode 21 - Super Nova

some howtos:

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HowTos
  • Per-Process Namespaces

  • Duplicate your Ubuntu Installation....
  • Fast access to frequently used directories
  • How Linux Shuts Down
  • bash completion: /dev/fd/62: No such file or directory
  • Adding Custom Shortcuts to Gnome
  • How to resolve the ‘/bin/rm: Argument list too long’ error
  • Extract the MP3 Audio Portion of a Video

Novell MD on getting along with Microsoft

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Interviews
SUSE

news.zdnet.co.uk: The company signed a deal with Microsoft in 2006 to collaborate over sales and to license patents Microsoft claims to hold over Linux. ZDNet UK caught up with McCarry to discuss the relationship with Microsoft and Novell's strategy for working with the technology company.

5 types of company open source relationships

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OSS

stormyscorner.com: First off, there is no ideal company/community relationship. There are lots of different types of relationships between companies and the communities they work with (or don't work with) - and no one way is perfect for everyone.

Microsoft's biggest threat: Linux

community.zdnet: I get to hear about the biggest threat to Microsoft's hegemony and market dominance quite a bit. It often goes something like this: "Linux isn't Microsoft's biggest threat, Google is."

Test Center Analysis: Playing the Netbook OS Game

crn.com: There's one major decision that hits potential netbook buyers right up front: if the netbook is the system of choice, do they want a system based on Microsoft Windows XP Home or would they rather go the open-source route with a netbook based on Linux?

New project was born: halrv

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Software

rg03.wordpress: Some days ago I started a new small project called halrv. It is a very simple Python script that allows you to manage removable volumes from the command line using HAL.

Debian Lenny Mini Review

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Linux

technichristian.net: Having always been a Debian person at heart, I eagerly awaited the latest Debian version to hit the mirrors. When Lenny was released, I downloaded the DVD ISO through torrent and installed it.

When will enterprises contribute to open source?

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OSS

blogs.zdnet.com: When will enterprises get serious about contributing to open source projects run by others?

HOW TO: Introduce Ubuntu into your workplace

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Ubuntu

refresh.co.za: Having worked with the system a bit here and there, and now for a few hours today, I’ve truly seen the power and potential of using an Ubuntu system.

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