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|Story||More Intel DRM Improvements Aimed For Linux 3.17||Rianne Schestowitz||18/07/2014 - 8:50pm|
|Story||KDE Ships July Updates and Second Beta of Applications and Platform 4.14||Rianne Schestowitz||18/07/2014 - 8:36pm|
|Story||Raspberry Pi 3D full-body scanner interview||Rianne Schestowitz||18/07/2014 - 8:16pm|
|Story||CRUX 3.1 Distro Is for Linux Aficionados||Rianne Schestowitz||18/07/2014 - 3:59pm|
|Story||Leftovers: Software||Roy Schestowitz||18/07/2014 - 1:15pm|
|Story||today's howtos||Roy Schestowitz||18/07/2014 - 1:13pm|
|Story||Leftovers: Gaming||Roy Schestowitz||18/07/2014 - 1:12pm|
|Story||OpenELEC 4.2 Beta 1 Is Now Based on XBMC “Gotham” 13.2 Beta 1 and Linux Kernel 3.15||Rianne Schestowitz||18/07/2014 - 1:05pm|
|Story||Avoid the Android vampire apps||Rianne Schestowitz||18/07/2014 - 12:58pm|
|Story||Kerala Legislature announces smooth transition to free software||Roy Schestowitz||18/07/2014 - 10:12am|
thelinuxlink.net/blog: A few weeks ago I posted how I was considering a new look at Mono and .net technology. I mean I have heard the claims by the other side about patent FUD. So cast aside litigation fears for using .net technology, after all it is an open standard right?
computerworld.com: Last month, in "Living free with Linux: 2 weeks without Windows," I wrote about what life was like for a longtime Windows user trying to live with Linux. One of the main drawbacks: The difficulties I encountered when installing or updating software.
pcmech.com: Is it all too typical on the internet to hear a Linux user go full-on zealot style and say, "YEAH! I use Linux! F**k Microsoft! You people are sheeple! Down with the status quo!" Blah, blah, blah, frickin’ blah.
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- SCO What? It's Patently over for Copyright
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- Why Sugar's Future Looks Sweet: User Feedback
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- Forthcoming VDR Release To Support VDPAU
- Trading places: IBM and Microsoft on open source
- Intuitive packaging is vital to Gentoo
- The best racing game ever runs on Linux
- Hire Open Source Developers -- or Partner With Them?
- The Open Source Community, the Worldwide Academy of Programming, Does Not Discriminate
- Linux Foundation’s “We’re Linux” Contest Enters Final Week
- Sneak Preview of Adobe Reader 9.x on Linux and Solaris x86
- K is for Kuki and it might be good enough for your Aspire One
- Ounce Labs: Open Source Software Is Perfectly Secure
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- Move /home to it’s own partition
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oreilly.com: When I write reviews of various Linux distributions and describe differences in performance I almost invariably get a comment to the effect that all Linux distros are essentially the same: running the same kernel, the same libraries, the same filesystems. Performance should be essentially the same, right?
reuters.com: As netbooks surge in popularity, open-source Linux-based operating systems have established a toehold on the low-cost, stripped-down computers as an alternative to Microsoft Corp's Windows.
ostatic.com/blog: Savio Rodrigues is out with a very interesting post on Red Hat's financial consistency. Long story short, he concludes that over the past two years a whopping--borderline shocking--48 percent of Red Hat's income before taxes is classified as "Other Income."
pcmag.com: Almost all the newest hardware coming out has Linux support. The critical mass has been reached, and it's time everyone tried Ubuntu.
Also: Microsoft's business model is done
toolbox.com/blogs: Linux is great, it's fantastic, it's superkalafragilisticexpealidocious. It's everything you ever dreamed about. It's so good it invented sliced bread. If you tell a non-Linux person this they will most probably say "What you talking about Willis?"
informationweek.com/blog: A quote attributed to various sources goes as follows: "Technology is neither good nor bad, nor is it neutral." It takes the shape you give to it, but it will always take one shape or another. The same could be said of open source, and ought to be.
phoronix.com: Finding a laptop that can run Linux is no longer much of a challenge. In this review we are looking at the System76 Serval Professional notebook.
tuxradar.com: If baseball is what gets you cooking on gas, prepare to say goodbye to your family, become a recluse, and thrive on a world of management decisions and statistics: Out of the Park 9 is available on Linux.
community.zdnet: I've had a few days now to try out Dream Linux on all of my laptops, and the results are interesting, if mixed:
h-online.com: Steve McIntyre, Debian Project Leader talks about his work with the free open source Linux distribution.
linuxcanuck.wordpress: We have all seen Ubuntu emerge as the top distribution. You can argue the figures if you like, but by any standard that I have seen it is far and away the most popular distribution. The biggest problem however is not the Canonical Ubuntu derivatives but the growing number of non-Canonical ones.
blogs.techrepublic.com: A new battle is playing out in the Linux desktop arena. See why Jack Wallen believes that today’s GNOME has pulled ahead of today’s KDE in terms of design, stability, and usability.
blogs.computerworld: Novell is in trouble. As Novell CFO Dana Russell said during the recent earnings call, "Our Linux business is dependent on large deals, which may result in some fluctuations of our quarterly invoicing. Moving ahead, Novell plans on reducing the prices of its products.
ostatic.com/blog: Late last year I broke down and picked up Rock Band for the resident game console, a Nintendo Wii. Given the humbling experience Rock Band (continues) to be for me, I wasn't exactly eager to try out the open source rhythm game, Frets on Fire. However,
linuxhaxor.net: Not a single week passes by without me bumping in to yet another blog post giving you 10 – 25 or even 100 reasons you should switch to Linux right now. I say bah humbug to them. If you need someone to give you 100 reasons to switch your current OS of choice, you are better of sticking with it.