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|Story||Reviews: Chakra GNU/Linux 2014.02||Roy Schestowitz||26/02/2014 - 7:11am|
|Story||Rugged mini-PC runs Linux on quad-core G-Series SoC||Rianne Schestowitz||26/02/2014 - 7:10am|
|Story||Gnome Revisited? Numix Project Announces OS and Shell||Rianne Schestowitz||25/02/2014 - 11:18pm|
|Story||EasyTAG 2.1.10 Released with Several Memory Leak Fixes||Rianne Schestowitz||25/02/2014 - 11:02pm|
|Story||Samsung Galaxy S4 vs. Galaxy S5 vs. iPhone 5S||Rianne Schestowitz||25/02/2014 - 10:55pm|
|Story||A look at Tanglu 1.0 'Aequorea Victoria' GNOME||Rianne Schestowitz||25/02/2014 - 10:48pm|
|Story||Can You Survive on a Chromebook Alone?||Rianne Schestowitz||25/02/2014 - 10:35pm|
|Story||How to Avoid Breaking Ubuntu||Rianne Schestowitz||25/02/2014 - 10:20pm|
|Story||HTC announces Desire 816 and 610 at MWC14||Rianne Schestowitz||25/02/2014 - 10:15pm|
|Story||IBM places billion dollar bet on BlueMix PaaS cloud||Rianne Schestowitz||25/02/2014 - 10:04pm|
gnu.org: The third beta release of Gnash has just been made at version 0.8.4. Gnash is a GPL'd SWF movie player and browser plugin for Firefox, Mozilla, and Konqueror.
hehe2.net: Imagine you are the minister of education of an impoverished country, with a limited budget to improve your schooling system. You are not aware of such thing called “Open Source” what would happen? You would probably end up spending thousands on software to equip your school’s computers.
- OpenOffice 3.0 released amid fears of development stagnation
- OK, now OpenOffice is definitely good enough
- OpenOffice Hits 3.0: Can It Challenge Microsoft?
- BeBop Linux Released
- So Long Mandriva, It Was Nice Meeting You
- My Two Biggest Ubuntu Gripes
- Linux can save UK schools billions: Part 2
- The Linux opportunity buried in the Unix market share data
- Linux powered mini-machines for Macs
- Opinion: High-performance nonsense
- Switch to Linux Today! bsod Linux Flier
- Jamie's Random Musings on Video IM
- Keeping the Kernel Klean
- My Quick Ohio Linux Fest Recap
- Open source enables value-based business models
- Discovery - VSTi Analog Synthesis For Linux
- Yakuake — yet another pop-up terminal
- Mono 2.0 has been released. So what?
- ICANN using Drupal
- Should software developers do it for themselves?
- RadeonHD 1.2.2 & 1.2.3 Drivers Released
- Use ImageMagick to convert pdf to png
- Certificate Authority (CA) with OpenSSL
- Setup SSL on Apache
- Manage Your Synchronization And Backup Easily With Conduit For Linux
- Install GIMP 2.6 in Ubuntu 8.04
- Run GIMP 2.6.1 image editor from a flash drive
- Set Operations in the Unix Shell
blog.freeside.fr: I tried to remain in the position of a newcomer that has no clue about what a command line interface is, so even if I used a terminal a couple of times, it was just to check some stuff, not to fix it. Here's how it went.
raiden.net: When it comes to development styles, it has been said time and again that BSD uses the Cathedral model of development, and Linux uses the Bazaar. But that's incorrect.
bmighty.com/blog: Many netbook computer buyers are still reluctant to "take a chance" on Linux rather than Windows XP. But which operating system is really the riskier choice for a netbook buyer?
computerworld.com.au: The Flying Kangaroo will soon become the Flying Penguin as Qantas embraces Linux-powered Inflight Entertainment systems from Panasonic.
heise-online.co.uk: Almost in parallel with the release of Linux 2.6.27 at the end of last week, the maintainers of the Linux stable series have also released two new kernels, 220.127.116.11 and 18.104.22.168. Both kernels offer a number of minor corrections and improvements over the two previous series 2.6.x kernel versions.
thevarguy.com: It’s one small step for Dell and consumer Linux — and one giant leap for Canonical’s Ubuntu Linux efforts. Specifically, Dell is spending advertising dollars to promote PCs with Ubuntu Linux preinstalled.
celettu.wordpress: The end of the year traditionally is a very busy time for distribution lovers… Only major release so far has been Mandriva 2009. Let’s see if its place in the spotlight is deserved.
blogs.computerworld: Some of my Linux-savvy friends and I have been hashing out what the best Linux desktop would be for a SMB (small to medium sized business). Out of that conversation Ken Hess and Jason Perlow sees Ubuntu as the best Linux desktop. Ah... I disagree.
- Mozilla launches video accessibility drive
- Finer session restore for Firefox 3.1
- FireFox for Mobile: first screenshots
mirabilis.ca: This is a review of my new Dell Linux laptop, an Inspiron 1525. I am not a Windows user, and I’m tired of paying for Windows when I buy a new computer.
blogs.sun.com: At the 8th birthday of OpenOffice.org the release of OOo 3.0 is done. For all of you, who wants to have a deeper look into the release here are the statistics of OOo 3.0.
- Will open source ruin the economy?
- Credit crunch moves business to adopt open source
- Open Source: Make It Work, Yahoo!
- Value, value and values in an open source world
- Open source is not a business model
- Economics of open source remains an academic challenge
- Does the credit crunch represent a silver lining for open source?
blog.internetnews: There is a big Linux event in NYC today and tomorrow - but I won't be there. The Linux Foundation has decided to keep the End User Collaboration event as a closed event without press.
australianit.news.com: NSW secondary school students could be issued with $56 million worth of Linux-based laptops as part of Kevin Rudd's digital education revolution.
news.zdnet: The next major release of Opera for the desktop will be 'prettier' than the current version of the browser, claims the company.
ostatic.com: The Audacity audio editor is a great program. Take that as you will: It's truly functional software. It's a great illustration of the power and versatility of open source. Audacity has been an active project for some time.