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|Story||Leftovers: Games||Roy Schestowitz||13/07/2014 - 1:57pm|
|Story||Chitwanix OS 1.5 Uses a Modified Cinnamon 2.0 Desktop Environment||Rianne Schestowitz||13/07/2014 - 6:52am|
|Story||MPV 0.4.1 MPlayer-Based Video Player App for Linux Released||Rianne Schestowitz||13/07/2014 - 6:46am|
|Story||Linux Kernel 3.2.61 LTS Officially Released with Support for New Devices||Rianne Schestowitz||12/07/2014 - 8:10pm|
|Story||6 Upcoming Linux-Based Smartphone Operating Systems That Aren’t Android||Roy Schestowitz||12/07/2014 - 8:05pm|
|Story||Meld 3.11.2 Diff and Merge Tool for GNOME Has Been Released||Rianne Schestowitz||12/07/2014 - 7:56pm|
|Story||This Feisty Linux Company Has An Interesting Plan To Topple Android||Roy Schestowitz||12/07/2014 - 6:08pm|
|Story||Breach is a completely modular, hackable and open source web browser||Rianne Schestowitz||12/07/2014 - 5:34pm|
|Story||today's howtos||Roy Schestowitz||12/07/2014 - 7:50am|
|Story||Leftovers: Software||Roy Schestowitz||12/07/2014 - 7:49am|
junauza.com: To become more efficient, it is essential for a Linux user to learn some basic commands and keyboard shortcuts. He or she must also be familiar with several Linux file directories to at least learn a little on how the system works.
ostatic.com/blog: I purchased my ASUS EeePC 701 just over a year ago. It was inexpensive, it ran Linux, and that was more than enough for me. At Tectonic, Nic Ludick wonders if this isn't actually a bad thing in the long run for boosting Linux adoption.
- Linux Outlaws 80 - Pull the FAT Out
- FSF adds speakers for LibrePlanet conference on GNU/Linux
- Understanding what it is to be open source
- GNOME 2.26.0 Release Candidate Is Now Out
- A Better Solitaire
- ATI graphics card & compiz tearing
- Firefox 3.0.7 security and stability release now available
- Questions For: Mitchell Baker, Mozilla Chairman
- DIY Linux
- 5 Minutes of Elive 1.9.23
- Microsoft tax on Linux’s horizon?
- Text is not enough!
- Installing Mepis 8
- Fedora 11 Alpha YUM issues
- Microsoft Office for netbooks being prepared
- Starting the day with Ubuntu 8.10 Linux
- Linux Mint 6 Felicia Fluxbox CE, In Depth
- Qt Gets the Nokia Treatment
- KDE 4.2.0 on Gentoo a week (or so) after
- Windows gaming on Linux & Macs made easy
- Linux tip: How to clean up KDE on logout
- Ubuntu or Xubuntu? It’s getting harder to choose
- The Real Story on Oracle Unbreakable Linux
- SFLC Seeks Patent Attorney
- Running / Using ext4 on openSUSE 11.1
nixtutor.com: Migrating to Linux doesn’t have to be difficult. All you have to do is, get a fresh copy of your favorite distro, backup your data, find out what hardware is compatible, identify essential programs, and have a fresh hard drive or partition ready to go.
opensourcereleasefeed.com: I recently saw Gary Vaynerchuk's keynote at FOWA Miami. One of the things he said that really struck a cord with me was that when someone sends you an email to inquire about your product or are looking for advice you should see this as a compliment and should not put off replying for one second.
apcmag.com: iPhone challengers Palm Pre as well as HTC's Dream and Magic have one thing in common: Linux-based operating systems. We look at why Linux is so good for smartphones.
blogs.techrepublic.com: From reduced packaging to energy savings to extended equipment lifecycles, Linux can help you green up your tech environment. Jack Wallen looks at some of the eco-friendly benefits of running Linux.
linuxplanet.com: In Torture-Testing Phoenix HyperSpace, the Linux-Based Instant-On OS, we learned a bit about Phoenix HyperSpace, the Linux-based "instant on" operating system.
Also: Linux-Based HyperSpace: 30 Second Boot
blogs.gnome.org: There are 2 ways to provide access to the web for GNOME. One is to integrate into an existing framework. The other is to write our own.
dot.kde.org: It has been a little more than a month since you were able to install the latest and greatest KDE on release day. Today is another one of those with KDE 4.2.1 (codenamed "Cream") hitting the shelves.
brucebyfield.wordpress: Quite simply, the old Linux.com site and its sister-site NewsForge were the largest source of original news in the FOSS community. That is not just bias, but objective fact. Mny people don’t seem to recognize what’s been lost.
Also: Journey to the New Linux.com
marcelgagne.com: On Monday evening, just before calling it a night, I decided to attend to that little 'updates available my OpenSUSE 11.1 notebook. There were half a dozen updates, one of them being a kernel update, which doesn't happen too often.
sys-con.com: Mozilla Firefox 3 overtook Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 6 for the first time in February in the Internet browser wars according to monthly data from StatCounter Global Stats.
informationweek.com: A small software company on Wednesday filed a lawsuit against open source distributor Red Hat and several vendors that sell Red Hat products, claiming that Red Hat's JBoss middleware violates one of its patents.
maximumpc.com: In part one of our guide, we walked you through the process of finding a distro that is right for you. This chapter is going to walk you through downloading and burning a CD image of your chosen distro(s), the traditional way of partitioning and setting up a dual-boot system, and another way to dual-boot without repartitioning.
community.zdnet/blog: I got interested in the new release of Dream Linux (3.5) because it is supposed to make it easy to create your own customised ISO boot image. I thought that if I could get it set up and configured on the HP 2133, and then make an ISO of that, that would be really useful.
linuxjournal.com: I was involved in an email discussion the other day with a fellow Amateur Radio operator about a program called UI-View. I was informed that the source code had been destroyed on the author’s death, at his request. This made me pause.
apcmag.com: What's the best Linux distribution? It's one of the most commonly asked questions from people who are new to Linux. The answer? Well, there isn't really a simple answer.
celettu.wordpress: I went for lightweight and speedy. That meant, of course, Arch, but also ext4 and the latest XFCE. Yes, XFCE isn’t the lightest solution I could have gone for. It’s no awesome, or evilwm, or even Openbox, but I was curious about the new 4.6 release, and I wanted to keep things relatively easy.
gaarai.com: As is true with most things in Linux, there are great desktop tools, but more power can be found in Terminal than any streamlined desktop tool can match. Today, I’d like to introduce you to a few tools.