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- Full Circle magazine - issue 24 released to an unsuspecting public
- Ubuntu 9.04 Review - Desktop Emphasis on the Jaunty Jackalope
- Jaunty Boots 32% Faster on the MSI Wind
- Ubuntu 9.04 Review
- Ubuntu is for spinners
- Kudos to Ubuntu for a great upgrade experience
- Top 10 Ubuntu Downloads
dedoimedo.com: No matter which operating system you want to have installed on your machine, there's one thing they all have in common: partitions. Being able to control the partitions is one of the most basic, most important aspects of mastering your operating system.
blog.hydrasystemsllc: Recently I have been reading articles about the new Btrfs and its benchmarks for the Linux kernel. I have also been reading other articles relating to file system maintenance.
- 5 Things To Do After Installing Jaunty
- A Kid’s review of Ubuntu
- Multimedia Support in Ubuntu 9.04 Jaunty Jackalope
- Ubuntu Jaunty Upgrade Not A Pleasant Experience
- Ubuntu 9.04: Making Sense of Resources
- List of Repositories for Ubuntu 9.04
- Creative Zen X-Fi and Ubuntu Linux - Solution
h-online.com: This spring sees a burst of activity for Linux distributions. In addition to Ubuntu and Mandriva, FreeBSD and OpenBSD also put final touches on their new releases
These players are among the top audio players for console available on Linux. Although several use only a command-line interface, several come with a nice, ncurses-based interface which makes music management easier and pleasant.
blogs.zdnet.com: Every once in a while I get email like this one: "I’m interested to get your opinion on Linux and how it compares to UNIX and other UNIX-like operating systems."
itwire.com: This week was a historic one for Microsoft with the firm reporting its biggest drop in both quarterly profits and revenue in its 23-year history as a public entity.
dennogumi.org: Hello, and welcome to the first “issue” of the KDE Brainstorm monthly digest. There are quite a number of ideas being posted on the KDE Brainstorm, and it would be nice to know how the initiative is faring.
- Five Minutes of Kubuntu 9.04
- Artwork Inconsistencies in Ubuntu 9.04
- Bugs Aside - Ubuntu 9.04 Is Pretty Slick
- GCC 4.4 improves open source compiler with Graphite
- Why Gentoo?
- Gnome Daemon Settings doesn’t load at session Boot (Gnome 2.24) Mandriva
- Questions About How Oracle Will Handle Sun's Open Source Commitments
- Using open source software
- Ubuntu 9.04 Review
- Ubuntu 9.04 not so jaunty
- Installing Linux with UNetBootin
- How to install Easy Peasy in Acer Aspire One
- Tutorial: A web kiosk embedded system
- Benchmarked: Firefox 3.5 beta 4
- Again, We Have Another New NVIDIA Driver
- “DSL” means “doesn’t support Linux” if you’re AT&T
- Linux Server Admin Tips
- Great Linux Scripting Hacks From LinuxPlanet
- Microsoft stuck at top of open source incline
- openSUSE 11.2 Milestone 1 Released
- Get your software into Linux the easy way
- Time Your Linux Boot Speed With Bootchart
- How to format and mount a USB hard drive in Linux
- Fork Well: It Could Be The Last, Best Hope for Community
linuxjournal.com: If you're a Linux fan, there's a bit of a tendency to think that Linux and open source are two ways of saying the same thing. However, plenty of FOSS projects exist that don't have anything to do with Linux.
tuxradar.com: Most Linux users run a 32-bit distro, and many of them run a 32-bit distro on a 64-bit computer. The question is, why? We put 32-bit Ubuntu 9.04 head-to-head with its 64-bit counterpart to see what difference it really makes, and whether old compatibility worries are justified.
linuxtoday.com: A general rule of marketing is "The more noise they make, the less they have to crow about." Who makes the most noise about "innovation"? I bet you can guess....
linuxdevices.com: AT&T is putting its weight behind netbooks using ARM processors, calling them the "next big step." The carrier has also begun selling four different subsidized netbooks in Atlanta and Philadelphia, with plans to roll them out nationwide.
theregister.co.uk: You may love Linux or hate it, but when a distribution is complete, there's very little hesitation by commercial operators when it comes to getting the completed operating system out there.
serverwatch.com: A salesperson walks into your office today and tells you that you have to buy a new, pre-built, expensive desk for every one of your employees. You have to buy a new desk today and replace it every three to five years. You see, you don't really own the desk; you're simply purchasing a license to use the desk.
tuxgeek.me: In this article we get to discuss Opera’s role as an innovator in the browser market as well as find out if Opera will release its code under the GPL and some technical bits about the ‘Turbo’ technology.
Also: New snapshot with automated crash reporting