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|Story||The Justice League of Linux: If Distros Were Superheroes Ubuntu Would Be Superman||Roy Schestowitz||19/08/2014 - 4:56pm|
|Story||Btrfs Gets Talked Up, Googler Encourages You To Try Btrfs||Rianne Schestowitz||19/08/2014 - 4:41pm|
|Story||We have C++14!||Roy Schestowitz||19/08/2014 - 4:40pm|
|Story||Is the Firefox-based Chromecast Competitor to Be Called Matchstick?||Rianne Schestowitz||19/08/2014 - 4:36pm|
|Story||Why the operating system matters in a containerized world||Roy Schestowitz||19/08/2014 - 4:30pm|
|Story||Ubuntu and Xubuntu Power First Mercedes-Benz S 500 Autonomous Car||Rianne Schestowitz||19/08/2014 - 4:30pm|
|Story||Krita At Siggraph 2014||Roy Schestowitz||19/08/2014 - 4:25pm|
|Story||Mesa Now Supports Another OpenGL 4.5 Extension||Rianne Schestowitz||19/08/2014 - 2:27pm|
|Story||LibreOffice 4.3 (PC) review: A powerful but dated Office clone||Rianne Schestowitz||19/08/2014 - 2:17pm|
|Story||Today in Techrights||Roy Schestowitz||19/08/2014 - 11:23am|
earthweb.com: The Internet has a habit of making anything you say obsolete as soon as you say it. No sooner had I compared the future of the GNOME and KDE desktops than GNOME announced that a version 3.0 would be released after all.
blogs.computerworld: I've been using Jaunty Jackalope--what a name!--for the last few weeks, and I upgraded to the release candidate last night the hard way, i.e. from the source code. I'm impressed.
aseigo.blogspot: When desktop effects are enabled, extenders "roll up" and "roll back out" instead of just suddenly appearing and disappearing. This goes along with the idea of "organic interfaces" where things shouldn't exhibit magical behaviors:
hightechsorcery.com: Every Linux kernel release has interesting changes but 2.6.30 really stands out to me as having a lot of features I would like to take advantage.
infoworld.com: The model train business isn't exactly the font of software innovation. But a lawsuit over the rights to a hobbyist's code could be a huge boost for developers of open source programs. It could also make some businesses think again about using open source software.
bmighty.com: The next Ubuntu Linux server release is on its way. If your company decides to give it a try, be sure that you also understand some important points about how Ubuntu handles long-term tech support.
junauza.com: Since a lot of you loved our collection of some of the most beautiful Plasma Themes for KDE 4 desktop, we decided to give you more. This time, we compiled the very latest.
softpedia.com: Almost one month after the big 2.26 release, the popular GNOME desktop environment reached version 2.26.1 yesterday, April 15th. Though changes were made in all areas, including development tools, mobile or platform, the desktop received the highest amount of attention.
freesoftwaremagazine.com: It is not often that you fail to find half a dozen free software programs to fill a particular niche -browsers, e-mail clients or file managers to name a few; so it was with both surprise and disappointment that I nearly drew a blank in my search for an Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) for GNU/Linux.
rajeeshknambiar.wordpress: In the light of recent “Ext3 fsync” problem related discussions happened in the Linux Kernel mailing list involving many experts in the field, there has been quite a few improvements.
hexus.net: Jo Shields, Manager of the Oxford Supercomputing Centre, lays ATI and NVIDIA hardware on the line, evaluating which perform best under Linux.
- CMus Review - A Great ncurses Music Player
- PC, Server Makers Prepare for Canonical’s Ubuntu 9.04 Launch
- Python 2.6.2 released
- KDE 4.2.2 from openSUSE Factory…
- Here comes the Jackalope
- Linux Works Even When Your PC is Committing Suicide
- WallChanger: Finally for Intrepid and Jaunty
- Alcatel-Lucent Networking Embraces Linux, NAC
- Linux Netbooks And Their Stumbling Blocks
- Linux Outlaws 87 - Broadcasting Uranus
- IN DEPTH: VirtualBox 2.2.0, the free Virtualizer
- Tuxradar Podcast Season 1 Episode 6
- Windows 7 distrust spurs Ubuntu for the desktop
- How Will Novell and Canonical Answer the Open Source Channel Alliance?
- You have work to do? Well so do I
- UK lags in open source in the enterprise
- Does A Greedy Intel Driver Improve Performance?
- An interview with Codename
- PulseAudio with Bluetooth support
- Optimize Slow Solid State Drives
- Why do Linux games cost what they cost?
- All right Mr. Penguin, I’m ready for my close-up
- Roku—Breaking the Linux Not Invited Rule
- Skype settings for Ubuntu 9.04
- Secure File Transfer in Nautilus with SFTP
- How to redirect traffic to another machine in Linux
- Customizing Drupal 6 Interface
- Running KDE4 with KWin/Plasma compositing effects on 2133
- Installing SELinux on Debian/Lenny
- Beginner's Shell Scripting: How & Why
- Backup all files in directory
- Linux Migration for the Home PC User, Part 3
- 4 Ways to Help Out Your Local Mirror
- nvidia tv out in Debian
- More Job Control
- How to Detect and Prevent Psyb0t, the Linux Router Worm
apebox.org: One thing I’ve noticed out there in the big wide Internet is the number of people who desperately want GNU/Linux to suck. These are not, as you’d imagine, Windows or Mac OS fanatics who want to see the competition fail - in fact, quite the opposite.
kmandla.wordpress: I have spent the past few days poking around the Internet, looking for console-based diversions. I have little to report that isn’t common knowledge, really. On the other hand, there are some very good games that don’t require as much thought.
linuxdevices.com: Livio has announced a Linux-based Internet "radio" that plays back customized streams from Pandora, as well as approximately 11,000 other stations. The "Livio Radio" includes 802.11 wireless networking, an RJ45 port for wired Ethernet, plus "thumbs-up" and "thumbs-down" controls for rating songs.
workswithu.com: Even before Ubuntu 9.04 arrives April 23, System76 has reason to celebrate. The PC maker — which specializes in Ubuntu systems — grew its first quarter 2009 revenue more than 60 percent compared to 1Q 2008.
redmonk.com/sogrady: When the reforged GNU General Public License, Version 3 (GPLv3) was finalized and released to an expectant public on June 29, 2007, the most important decision may have been one postponed.
customdistros.com: Linux distros come in all sorts of shapes and sizes, but the one thing that is pretty consistent through all of them are the applications you can use. Here are 5 that no self respecting Linux user should ever be caught without.
Also: Desktop Linux Video App Roundup
earthweb.com: Code analysis vendor Coverity is now expanding its analysis beyond just the static code layer to include the sometimes overlooked build system.