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This guide explains how you can install and use KVM for creating and running virtual machines on an Ubuntu 9.04 server. I will show how to create image-based virtual machines and also virtual machines that use a logical volume (LVM).
tuxradar.com: KDE, Gnome, OpenOffice.org and Firefox - all great software, and all powerful proponents of the free software software movement. But there are thousands of other applications out there that are worth trying.
- Dell colours netbook for kids
- Dell’s school netbook seems priceworthy to me!
- Latitude 2100: Dell Netbook for Schools
- New $369 Dell netbook for schools has germ-busting keyboard
- Ubuntu to be offered by Dell Australia
- Dell's Latitude 2100: More Than Just Kid Stuff
- Amid Linux netbook jitters, Dell stands firm
cnet.com: Statistically, Flock is probably not for you. This Web browser, the 2.5 version of which is coming out today, is "designed to be the essential browser for the most active 25 percent of users."
With the release of KDE 4.2, Google Gadgets became fully integrated into Plasma. You can add them to your desktop with a few clicks of your mouse.
- Recovering Lost Data Using The Coroner's Toolkit
- New Firefox Icon: Concept Rendering
- Glug hosts free talk on OSS migration strategies
- U Georgia Goes Open Source for Student Portal
- OOo 3.1: Three nice new features for Writer
- Matching files and packages in Debian/Ubuntu
- The New Linux.com: A Review
- Lenovo’s Revisionist Netbook History
- Vim made easy: how to get your favorite IDE features
- Disk Encryption With TrueCrypt
- Relive old NES days with Secret Maryo Chronicles
- Why Linux is not (yet) Ready for the Desktop
- Foresight Linux 2.2.1
- Debian / Ubuntu Linux Install Advanced Intrusion Detection
- Gentoo to Ubuntu Migration Part 2: The College Years
- 9 of the Best Free Linux Educational Games
- generalized makefiles
- Tutorial: Boot Linux Over A Network
- Portable Zenwalk
- 10 solid Linux distributions for your netbook
- Ubuntu One Thoughts
lazytechguy.com: Arch Linux is a Linux enthusiasts dream. It has a rare reputation of being very basic at the same time very user friendly.
linuxdevices.com: Advanced Micro Peripherals announced a PC/104-Plus-format multi-channel video controller board with a Linux-compatible software development kit.
garnercitizen.com: I keep waiting for the day Linux becomes easy to use for the average person and not just college computer science graduates who have probably been weaned on it.
blogs.computerworld: It's actually pretty darn easy to run a virtual operating system on a server or on the cloud. The real trick is managing them. That's why I'm excited that Canonical, Ubuntu's Linux commercial backer, recently released Canonical Landscape 1.3.
ooomarketing.blogspot: The workstations within academic computing labs and classrooms are increasingly occupied by open source software and open platforms.
linux-mag.com: Proxmox VE (VE) offers both OpenVZ containers and full virtualization via KVM in the same system. This flexibility provides you with the native speed of OpenVZ virtual machines and the traditional convenience of fully virtualized operating systems.
news.cnet.com: In open source or in product development generally, one of the biggest mistakes is to take on a deeply entrenched incumbent on its own turf. Almost inevitably, if you play someone else's game, even if you're a little cheaper/faster/better, you're going to lose.
tuxdeluxe.org: Office 2007 SP2 contains Microsoft's first native implementation of the file format Open Document Format (ODF). The devil, as always, is in the details.
dedoimedo.com: Linux distros have a broad range of managers. In KDE, the default utility is called KNetworkManager. In Gnome, it is - aptly called - Gnome Network Manager. Some Linux users do not like either of these two. Enter wicd.
blogs.zdnet.com: Linux Pundit Bill Weinberg has produced two posts this weekend asking why we don’t have Linux laptops.
ostatic.com/blog: Contributing members of the Fedora community are putting their heads together again to come up with a codename for Fedora 12, and if you've got a good suggestion you've only got until May 23rd to shout it out.
blogs.zdnet.com: If open source wants to get around European procurement rules and tap the government market there can’t be differences between commercial and community versions of their products.
pcworld.com: Unfortunately there's a stinky little issue, and it's related to a blog posting I made last week: Trademarks. Although it seems the Ubuntu One client is open source, the Web server side of things are still secret.