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Story SystemRescueCD & Parted Magic update to Linux 3.0 srlinuxx 01/08/2011 - 4:33pm
Story Google Music Manager now Plays to Ubuntu’s tunes. tjavailable 01/08/2011 - 10:51am
Story today's hodgepodge: srlinuxx 01/08/2011 - 3:59am
Story Harmony horrors srlinuxx 31/07/2011 - 10:18pm
Story Installing And Using OpenVZ On CentOS 6.0 falko 31/07/2011 - 5:54pm
Story Don't fear the penguin - there's a Linux package for every taste srlinuxx 31/07/2011 - 5:25pm
Story Song of the Leaders srlinuxx 31/07/2011 - 5:23pm
Story Interview with Cheri Francis on UDS srlinuxx 31/07/2011 - 5:21pm
Story Red Eclipse 1.1 First Person Shooter Released srlinuxx 31/07/2011 - 5:19pm
Story I baked my graphics card in the kitchen oven! srlinuxx 7 31/07/2011 - 4:41pm

What The Google Phone Could Do For Linux

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Linux

Forbes: Even the best technology needs a sugar daddy. Seven years ago, Linux got just that when IBM said it would put $1 billion on the then-nascent open-source operating system, pushing the software into the corporate mainstream. Now the same could be about to happen for Linux with the mobile phone, with Google set to give Linux a major endorsement this November.

Why Novell is like Napster-era Metallica

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SUSE

c|net blogs: Remember back when Metallica isolated the majority of their fan base with their over-the-top stance against Napster and what it did to the band and the fans that supported them for all those years? That's how I am starting to think of Novell.

November 2007 (#144) Issue of Linux Gazette

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Linux

This month's Linux Gazette is online and ready to read. Some highlights include Virtualization made Easy, Slow Receivers in a Distributed Data Management System, and Escaping the Clutches of Web 2.0.

Book review: The Essential Blender

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Software

linux.com: The Essential Blender from No Starch Press is both a reference and instructional guide to Blender, the open source 3-D modeling, rendering, and animation tool. Despite a few flaws, it's a good resource for those struggling with the software.

Book review: Fedora 7 Unleashed

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Linux

Red Hat Magazine: Have you ever had deja vu? I’ve been reading the new Fedora™ 7 Unleashed book by Andrew and Paul Hudson, and I’ve had that feeling several times.

When All Else Fails, Go to the DeLi!

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Linux

pcworld blogs: After doing a bit more research, I came across DeLi Linux, a Linux distribution that claimed it could run on extremely old computers, even ones that had Windows 3.1! I had to check it out.

Real or fake Linux PC? Everex will know

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Linux

linuxworld: PC vendors haven't been eager to know how many users actually run Linux when it's preloaded on their low-end PCs. But Everex, the latest company to introduce a low-priced desktop Linux system, will have the information, thanks to the software update system behind its Linux distribution.

Autodesk's Liam Speden on how open source can help coordinate our world

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Interviews

Speden tells PC World that the open source community and Autodesk can work together to make sense of the surge in location enabled and spatially aware information. The interview follows Autodesk's recently announced plans to donate its coordinate system (CS) and map projection technology to the Open Source Geospatial Foundation (OSGeo).

PCIe video capture card supports Linux apps

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Hardware

linuxdevices: Adlink Technology has introduced a PCI Express video capture card aimed at surveillance and machine-vision applications. The PCIe-RTV24 is said to capture and display four channels of video at rates up to 30fps per channel, and is available with Linux support.

Puffy's Marathon: What's New in OpenBSD 4.2

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Interviews
BSD

o'reilly onlamp: OpenBSD is famous for its focus on security. Today, November 1st, the team is proud to announce Release 4.2. Even though security is still there, this release comes with some amazing performance improvements. Federico Biancuzzi interviewed 23 developers and assembled this huge interview...

Linux Backups For Real People

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HowTos

Linux Planet: Everyone knows they should make regular backups of their data. But hardly anyone is as diligent with backups as they should be. So in this two-part series we're going to learn some nice simple methods for making regular backups on single PCs or small networks.

Introducing the real 3D Compiz!

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Software

dev.compiz-fusion.org/~cyberorg: Wodor has hacked together an anaglyph plugin for Compiz that turns ordinary monitor into a real 3D one. The blurry image you see below is an anaglyph rendered by the plugin, you need 3D glasses or use anything transparent red (left eye) and cyan(right eye) to view the magic.

If you’re going to bash Steve Ballmer, don’t hold back on the ammo

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MDV

zdnet blogs: If you’re going to put an open letter out there for commentary don’t be shy about the details. Bancilhon implies that Microsoft fought dirty. Is this dirty as in illegal? Or just the usual cloak and dagger stuff in the technology market? Were there smear tactics? Just wondering if we have a federal (DOJ, FTC etc) offense.

Online desktop confusion

wadejolson.wordpress.com: For me, Las Vegas walks the fine line between interesting and inane. And so it is with web services and the talk of a mysterious gnome online desktop. Just the right mix of buzz words and ambiguity to keep me confused. What’s an online desktop?

HP Backs Red Hat in Government Biz Bid

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Linux

internetnews: When it comes to big enterprise IT deployments in the U.S., there is no enterprise bigger than the federal government itself. Linux vendor Red Hat is hoping for a larger portion of the government's multi-billion dollar IT spending with its widest-ever array of security certifications, thanks to assistance from HP.

JACK Sync: A Primer For Linux Users

linux journal: Recently I've been working with the transport synchronization capabilities of the JACK audio server. This article is a report on those capabilities as tested with a variety of Linux audio applications under the JAD and 64 Studio distributions.

StartCom MultiMedia Edition ML-5.0.6 Review

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Linux

The previous versions were a lot better, and I strongly supported their cause. Now with this release the cause is gone, and a new commercial identity is in place. The system crashes a lot, seems like there was no testing done at all. Just stay away from StartCom, Fedora is lot better, stable and reliable.

Ubuntu Developer Summit lays out vision for strong Hardy Heron release

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Ubuntu

arstechnica: The first day of the Ubuntu Developer Summit began with roundtable sessions which focused on high-level planning for Hardy Heron, the next major release of the Ubuntu Linux distribution. I attended the Hardy Heron desktop roundtable to get the inside scoop about the future of Ubuntu on the desktop.

X-Files movie sequel is go

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Movies

the register: The shoot of the second X-Files movie will kick off on 10 December in Vancouver, 20th Century Fox has announced.

YaST Tools for Creating Installation Media and Appliances

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Software

opensuse news: The casual reader of news.opensuse.org knows that openSUSE 10.3 contains a YaST tool for creating images using KIWI. However, it is not that known fact that openSUSE 10.3 contains much more tools to manipulate RPM-based software and wrap it into a numerous ways for delivery, from a simple repository to a complete appliance creation.

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