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raiden.net: This year I went to a convention known as Penguicon. It is a convention where you can dress up as your favorite anime/Star Wars/ or whatever you want to dress up as...if at all. I choose the scariest costume that I can muster.
thinkmoult.com: Ratpoison. It sounds like something that kills a rat. It sure does. Ratpoison is a WM (Window Manager) that runs on Linux that has one purpose: to kill your rat. Here we are referring to that disgusting little lump beside your keyboard that shoots lasers out of its arse.
ghacks.net: This time around we are going to take a look at what most would consider a more standard metaphor window manager for the Linux operating system. I say “standard” because, even though it is old school (and has an old-school look and feel), it contains some of the standard features of the modern desktop.
thevarguy.com: The VAR Guy enjoys Barron’s and The Motley Fool — two fantastic financial websites. But when it comes to rumors about Red Hat’s future, The VAR Guy has to side with irreverent Fools rather than the traditional Barron’s. Here’s why.
linuxtoday.com: What is winning? It's not "world domination". Winning is changing the rules of the game so that a dirty convicted monopolist does not control the industry, and Linux/FOSS can thrive without constantly having to fight just for the right to exist.
ldn.linuxfoundation.org: The relaunching of Linux.com has been, without a doubt, one of the most challenging professional tasks I have ever been a part of. And I wouldn't have missed it for the world.
- Maine School Switches to Gentoo Linux
- Duke Nukem Forever may not be dead yet, Trilogy still coming
- The SFLS Episode 0x0D: Stormy Peters of the GNOME Foundation
- Novell PlateSpin Recon 3.6
- Safe Browsing with Firefox and Netcraft Toolbar
- KPhotoAlbum Competition to Create Showcase Video - Win $100
- Software liability will hurt open source vendors
- April 2009 browser stats: Firefox and Chrome gain
- Fedora 12 Features Get Laid Out
- Funny Signature Quotes
- Big Fat 9.04
- Untangle on Ubuntu discontinued
- You Say Open, I Say Free ... Let's Call The Whole Thing Off
- About:mozilla 05/12
- Comux 010100
- Linux does have a future on netbooks
- How to protect Apache against DOS,DDOS or brute force attacks
- Install BackupPC server in Centos|Rhel|Fedora
- Changing your hostname in Ubuntu
- Getting Fedora working in VirtualBox
- Howto Use OpenDNS On Ubuntu
- How to install and manage packages in Linux with RPM
- Gmail Notify: Not Just for Win/Mac
- Ubuntu - After the Installation
- Setting up File Sharing in Linux with Samba
- The Terminal: Messin’ With Files and Directories
- Get DirectFB 1.2.* running on Ubuntu 9.04 (with multi app support)
pcworld.com: PC World blogger Rick Broida shows you how to install and use Presto, a fast-loading, easy-to-use Linux OS that's free to try.
wallstreetandtech.com: With the financial meltdown eroding IT budgets, large investment banks, hedge funds and other financial institutions have been forced to rethink their attitudes toward open source technology.
linuxdevices.com: NorhTec announced a netbook that operates on eight AA batteries, has an internal power supply, and runs Linux on a 1GHz x86-based SoC (system on chip).
blog.noblewolfstudio.com: For some, jumping to Mac is not an option. It’s not like switching from an incandescent to compact fluorescent bulb. It’s not inexpensive - you have to buy a new computer and sometimes new software. Linux is an option.
earthweb.com: in a recent article about Ubuntu, Linux guru Carla Schroder -- author of the Linux Cookbook -- noted that she had never met anyone who bought a “how to” book for their PC – though she recommended it. A Datamation reader wrote to respond.
brajeshwar.com: Open Source and Economics are related in a sense that they require time and effort to be quantified and measured by both - producers and consumers.
eweek.com: Dell is announcing colorful new Inspiron netbook, laptop and desktop updates. Customers can choose between 120- and 160-GB hard drives and a 16GB solid state drive (with both the XP and Ubuntu operating systems) or an 8GB solid state drive with the Ubuntu OS.
news.cnet.com: Open source has become big business, suggests an article in the Investors Business Daily, but it has done so by becoming more like the proprietary-software world it purports to leave behind.
linuxdevices.com: The 15-inch Protege 15 and 8-inch Protege 8 respectively offer 1GHz Via Eden or 500MHz AMD Geode LX800 processors, and both include gigabit Ethernet connectivity.
reghardware.co.uk: French vendor Linutop's original model of its eponymous machine was the size of a Nintendo DS, with no on-board storage at all – it booted from a USB stick. It's now been replaced with the Linutop 2, essentially a rebadged Ion A603 MiniPC from First Computer – but with European support.
I spend a lot of time looking at other people’s computers, and I see Audacity installed on a lot of them. Not many software programs deserve the adverb “versatile”, but Audacity is one of them. It is the Swiss Army knife of audio applications.
Audacity is used for all sorts of audio tasks. There may be more specialized applications in each category, but Audacity does a great job. If you have anything to do with audio, this program deserves to be in your toolbox.
The universe of UNIX tools changes constantly. Here are 10 tools—some you may have overlooked and some new—to tinker with.