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|Story||Some reflections on Mageia 2 Beta 2||srlinuxx||20/03/2012 - 2:00am|
|Story||Do You Trust Your Linux Distro?||srlinuxx||20/03/2012 - 1:58am|
|Story||DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 448||srlinuxx||20/03/2012 - 1:56am|
|Story||New, High-End Laptop Offers Linux Preinstalled||srlinuxx||19/03/2012 - 7:08pm|
|Story||Is It Wrong to Make a Profit From FOSS?||srlinuxx||19/03/2012 - 7:06pm|
|Story||LibreOffice 3.5.1 Released with Fixes||srlinuxx||19/03/2012 - 3:00am|
|Story||Open-source freeware fave GIMP ready to rake on Photoshop||srlinuxx||1||18/03/2012 - 7:37pm|
|Story||Installing Apache2 With PHP5 And MySQL Support On CentOS 6.2 (LAMP)||falko||18/03/2012 - 10:32am|
|Blog entry||Ubuntu Linux Server is a growing but important part of Canonicals stable moving forward||fieldyweb||17/03/2012 - 4:35pm|
|Story||few leftovers:||srlinuxx||17/03/2012 - 3:09am|
beranger.org: The recent Linux kernel local escalation of privilege is indeed a local vulnerability, however this should by no means neglected as minor: most of the vulnerabilities found in so many packages are local vulnerabilities, yet patches are issued responsibly (i.e. in a timely manner) by all the mainstream distros who ship the respective packages.
phorolinux.com: KGRUBEditor is a visual GRUB configuration editor for KDE 4. With KGRUBEditor, you can edit GRUB entries and alter GRUB settings. KGRUBEditor is very easy-to-use. The latest version of KGRUBEditor is 0.5b. You can get it at KDE-Apps.org web site.
daniel.holba.ch: It’s an excellent day to get started developing Ubuntu! You never attended an event like Ubuntu Open Week before? Here’s how it works:
blog.wired.com: "The target has been $100… And we'll get there before the end of 2009," Negroponte said. "(The price) will get down to $50 in 2011."
- Design better Web pages with Firefox extensions
- Mozilla Releases Firefox 3 Beta 3
- Firefox 3.0 beta plugs memory leaks says Mozilla
- How to install Flash for Firefox 3 beta in Ubuntu
- Fun stuff for Firefox users
This month's issue implements some of the interesting suggestions we received from our readers. The security statistics have been removed, since it seemed to add a lot of clutter with little value-addition to the newsletter. Graphical bugzilla and package statistics is another feature we implemented.
linuxhelp.blogspot: AWN - short for Avant Window Navigator is a dock like bar which sits at the bottom of the screen. It provides similar effects as the Dock in Mac OSX Leopard.
Vincent Danen: A few of us on vendor-sec have decided to pull some cross-vendor resources and we’ve put together a new informal organization, similar to vendor-sec, but for a more “general public”. It’s primarily a wiki of various security-related information and a mailing list for OSS vendors and authors to be able to discuss public security issues.
jon-reagan.blogspot: PCLinuxOS Gnome 2.21.2 is PCLinuxOS with, well, Gnome 2.21.2. PCLinuxOS is one of the most popular Linux distributions that is built and run by a community of users.
oneclicklinux.blogspot: Folks always ask me if it's easy to make the move to Linux. I tell them it is. It's very easy to move to Linux. But, the big key to getting any Linux Distro to work well for you, and to make a successful and smooth move, is to get involved in the Linux community.
- arch linux on olpc xo-1
- Music recording studio in Ubuntu Hardy
- Suse vs Ubuntu
- Ubuntu random crash glitch solved (For me)
- Creating a Linux Music Studio
- 10 Steps to Convert a Windows User to Linux
- Creating a shared home partition between Mac OS X and Linux
- Linux Tip No. 18: Restart Network Service
- Configuring Xen HA with Heartbeat for SUSE Linux Enterprise Server
- Dawn of War on Linux (How-to guide)
- KDE-Improve Your Lock Screen Button!
paulbeesley.com: When KDE 4 was released, I rushed to grab the brand new packages like a kid on Christmas day. Now, a few weeks on, I can share some of the problems that I encountered that would pose a real problem for the average user.
nuxified.org: Some of you might know that I use virtualization for quite some time already, usually to test other OSs and the development of EasyLFS without having to leave my working-environment, and without having to have a free partition.
eweek.com: With the release of Beta 3 of Firefox 3, we are definitely getting closer to the final release of Mozilla's open-source Web browser. But for a third beta, this version of Firefox 3 includes some fairly significant changes from the previous betas, including changes to the main user interface of the browser.
ibeentoubuntu.blogspot: My friend told me that his laptop wasn't working, and asked if I would fix it for him. He volunteered that he was open to Ubuntu, which I had installed on some mutual friends' computers. I started a download of Linpus and torrented gOS 2.0.
adtmag.com: The survey asked participants if they had "considered the possibility of deploying any non-Windows operating system as an alternative to adopting Windows Vista." It turned out that 44 percent of participants said that they were indeed considering a non-Windows alternative.
InfoWorld: InfoWorld's "Save XP" petition asking Microsoft to keep Windows XP available indefinitely has prompted many readers to suggest that maybe the best answer for those who don't like Vista is to switch to another operating system completely. Can it be done? Is it the right time? Find out what it'll take to finally switch to desktop Mac OS X or Linux.
fedoraproject.org: KDE 4 is set to be the default KDE environment in the next major release of Fedora. We caught up with two members of the KDE SIG to talk about the work they're doing to get it ready for release, their own opinions on the software and what they think about the progress made by Fedora in getting over its GNOME centric reputation.
tectonic.co.za: So, having re-installed a brand new copy of Ubuntu and required updates, there are a few applications that I immediately download because, without them, I would not be able to do most of my day-to-day work. Here, in no particular order, are the five application or tools I have to have but aren’t included in a default Ubuntu install.