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|Story||Can Linux speed in-car systems? Software may reduce development time, costs||Rianne Schestowitz||21/07/2014 - 4:32am|
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|Story||Leftovers: Software||Roy Schestowitz||20/07/2014 - 9:50pm|
|Story||Leftovers: Gaming||Roy Schestowitz||20/07/2014 - 9:49pm|
|Story||GTK+ 3.13.4 Features a Much Improved Adwaita Theme||Roy Schestowitz||20/07/2014 - 9:13pm|
|Story||Standardized open source products are the key to unlocking the lock-in trap||Roy Schestowitz||20/07/2014 - 9:11pm|
|Story||Wine 1.7.22 Arrives with Lots of Fixes for Games||Roy Schestowitz||20/07/2014 - 9:09pm|
|Story||The DragonBox Pyra Moves Closer As OpenPandora Successor||Roy Schestowitz||20/07/2014 - 9:03pm|
|Story||Top 5 Linux Gaming Emulators||Rianne Schestowitz||20/07/2014 - 7:50pm|
|Story||My way to develop with git in KDE repos||Rianne Schestowitz||20/07/2014 - 7:39pm|
workswithu.com: Someone on the Ubuntu forums started an interesting thread today asking, “Can you manage to use only free software on your pc?“ It got me thinking about my dependency on proprietary software, and whether I’d ever really be able to get it out of my life entirely.
- Linux Gaining Strength In Downturn
- PCLinuxOS 2009.1 Bounces Back with a Bang
- Schools to benefit from £30m open source project, first in UK
- Famous firsts: Wireless
- 1 In 3 IT Shops Uses Combo Proprietary, Open Source Software
- Open Sources Episode 8 -- obey your Puppet master
- Buying a netbook Linux vs. Windows XP
- VirtualBox 2.1.4
- Fancy Schmancy or Fine and Functional?
- Ubuntu OpenOffice.org using gvfs fuse now
- Rethinking OSS business model classifications
- PC moment for open source may lack profit
- FOSS Debates, Part 2: Standard Deviations
- OOo Compare: Inadequate
- VDPAU + OpenGL 3.0 On Gallium3D This Summer?
- Shining Light on Why Microsoft Loves LAMP to Death
- Finland warms up to Open Source for Public Adminstration
- Unix and Linux Cartoons For The Weekend
- Debian Project updates Package Policy
- iPhone suffers as Android buoys Linux cause
- Opera Turbo Labs release
- 10 Extreme Biases You Must Acquire When Switching to Linux
- FFMPEG-0.5 Compile for Mandriva 2009.0
- last and history
- Bash Shell Temporarily Disable an Alias
- Easy Linux Log Viewing with Log Viewer
- Really rapid C++ development with KDevelop4
- Remove columns from text
- Delete Files from my Linux Trashbin- Solution
- Jaunty: Apt is broken? Move to another country
- Linux basics: Learn common commands
- Enigmail Makes Encrypting Email Easy
- VMware arrow keys issues
- Install Android Fonts (ttf-droid) on Arch Linux
- Quick Fix: Black Desktop Background and Lost Icons
blog.ibeentoubuntu: The above graph shows the OS stats for W3C since March, 2003. Side-stepping the debate over whether the stats are an accurate representation of the OS share, I'd like to look at the trends.
tombuntu.com: Midori is a lightweight GTK web browser which uses the popular WebKit rendering engine. I installed it on my Eee PC netbook to see if it could replace Firefox for light browsing.
linuxhaxor.net: Compiz has a lot of nice effects that are mostly useless. In my quest to find a work place without distraction compiz effects doesn’t really fit it. Here are five effects that I actually found useful:
linuxtoday.com/blog: I prefer a direct approach: show me. Which "Ubuntu For Non-Geeks, 3rd Edition: A Pain-Free, Project-Based, Get-Things-Done Guidebook" does in a most excellent fashion.
tuxradar.com: Building software from source - that's a bit old-school, isn't it? Who wants to wrestle with the command line, hunting down dependencies and coaxing the GCC compiler into running properly?
linuxfoundation.org/blog: The latest course on the menu is, of course, the Linux.com site. This one is the fun one, because we've opened it up to the community to lend their ideas. Here's the top 5 thus far:
anoopjohn.com: When you work in the software industry, either in the services sector, or in the products sector, you never get to see the harmony, the cooperation and the amiability that, you find in the Free Software Community.
stick.gk2.sk/blog: A few days ago I came across Feature #305877. What is it about? Well, Debian has the Popularity Contest, which tracks installed packages, how often they are used and sends an anonymized report once a week to their server.
blogs.computerworld.com: Go to the Fedora Project Wiki and search for "uninstall Fedora." You won't find anything. Go to Ubuntu's official documentation site and search for "uninstall Ubuntu." You won't find anything.
tombuntu.com: Today Mozilla released the third beta for the next major Firefox update, version 3.1. The most significant upgrade coming in Firefox 3.1 - Firefox 3.1 performed 1.6 times faster than Firefox 3.
thevarguy.com: Novell has found a creative way to put Netbooks and SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 in the hands of IT managers and channel partners — even with Microsoft sitting in the same room.
news.cnet.com: While Microsoft Office is actively used by roughly 50 percent of U.S. Internet users, according to a 2,400-strong survey administered by ClickStream Technologies, 5 percent of U.S. Web users also actively use OpenOffice.org.
blog.ibeentoubuntu: The repository system is a great strength of open-source operating systems, but some people want the latest-and-greatest of a particular application while keeping the core system unchanged. Here are your repositories!
h-online.com: This development cycle once again included many changes to the kernel's Storage, IDE/PATA, SCSI subsystems.
junauza.com: Based on the brief but thorough period of using PCLinuxOS 2009, I can honestly say that it’s another outstanding release for the PCLOS team.
celettu.wordpress: I was planning to install this on the old test-pc, but PCLinuxOS is very impressive. I think I’ll use it to replace the Windows 7 beta that’s on my main system.
yatsite.blogspot: Some people ask me from time to time what will Linux be after 6 months or a year, what changes are planned, which features will be implemented. The answer is actually very simple: Try Fedora.