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|Story||17 operators, 4 handset makers commit to Firefox OS||srlinuxx||03/03/2013 - 6:44pm|
|Story||Steam On Linux Adoption Gaining, Overtaking Mac OS||srlinuxx||03/03/2013 - 6:41pm|
|Story||Installing Apache2 With PHP5 And MySQL Support On Scientific Linux 6.3 (LAMP)||falko||03/03/2013 - 10:14am|
|Blog entry||There’s something Ubuntu needs to do if the phone is going to work..||fieldyweb||03/03/2013 - 1:20am|
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|Story||XBMC 12 Frodo Review – One HTPC to rule them all||srlinuxx||02/03/2013 - 3:02am|
|Story||The RedMonk Programming Language Rankings: January 2013||srlinuxx||02/03/2013 - 3:00am|
|Story||The Rise of the Rolling Release||srlinuxx||02/03/2013 - 2:57am|
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|Story||9 Best Tools for Linux Admins||srlinuxx||01/03/2013 - 9:39pm|
linux.com: KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine), Linux's own baked-in virtualization program, has been gaining popularity. Now, Qumranet, the company behind KVM, is releasing a commercial virtual desktop called Solid ICE based on KVM technology. This isn't all done with open source software though.
arstechnica.com: In a move that could have broad implications for the high-performance computing (HPC) market, Intel and Cray have announced a broad collaboration that will see engineers from the two companies work together on future products and projects.
- At work with Ubuntu's latest Long Term Support version of Linux
- europa gets an upgrade
- My Hardy disappointment
- Connect to Windows VPN Server (pptp) with Ubuntu Hardy Heron
- Getting Audio Working on the X300 Under Ubuntu
- How to transfer files and folders through ssh by drag and drop
- HowTo: Prevent Non-Root From Rebooting/Shutting Down The System
- Open source going from strength to strength
- The GNOME Roadmap
- What One Laptop Per Child lacks
- Microsoft, You're Driving Open Source Advocates Nuts
- Has Reiser is convicted... so?
- A first look at Kubuntu KDE4
- Ubuntu 8.04 (Hardy Heron) - all installations
- ZaReason - Ubuntu Laptops and PCs
- Ubuntu Tweak 0.3.0 released
redhatmagazine.com: In this installment of our co-published Fedora Interviews, Jeremy Katz, David Cantrell, and Chris Lumens talk about the improvements to Anaconda in Fedora 9.
Paul McDougall: Sure, open source software is free -- as in beer. It can also get you sued if you're not cautious. "You have to be careful" about when, where and how you use open source software in a commercial environment, said Janet Campbell, legal counsel for the Eclipse Foundation, speaking Tuesday at Interop.
Also: Interop: Microsoft To Manage Linux, Unix Servers
- Ubuntu's OpenGL face browser will bring bling to GDM
- How to change the X11 DPI under kUbuntu
- Install Extra GNOME Themes
- Hardy Heron sound problems?
- Slow ssh login in Hardy Heron
gentoo.org: 2008.0_beta2 is here. Thanks to you, our community, for testing beta1 and filing many bugs. You can help make 2008.0 amazing! Test out this beta and report any functionality issues you encounter. Since this is still a beta, we're looking only for bugs in functionality, not bugs in appearance such as desktop backgrounds or other artwork.
kde.org: The KDE Community today announced the immediate availability of KDE 4.1 Alpha1. With the soft feature freeze in effect, KDE 4.1 provides a first preview of what can be expected from KDE 4.1, due in late July this year.
fosswire.com: The latest version of the KDE variant of Ubuntu, has two versions - the standard disc featuring KDE 3.5.9, and this KDE 4 Remix disc, which features the new KDE 4.0 release.
linux.com: With libraries of thousands of fonts to handle, designers need a way to quickly locate fonts and organize them into meaningful categories -- such as by the project that requires them -- and to disable fonts when they are not in use so that they don't clog system memory. Although as recently as two years ago the GNU/Linux desktop lacked a font manager that met all these needs, it now has four that either meet them or are likely to.
polishlinux: The state of Plasma can be currently described as ‘chaotic’. The reason for that is that its API is being refactored which in result makes it almost impossible to use for a regular human being. I managed to catch a dev snapshot of KDE 4.1 which allowed me to test the recent changes, at least on the surface.
- Blogger fined for 'menacing' rant
- Electron discovered April 30, 1897, by Joseph John Thomson
- Microsoft device helps police pluck evidence from cyberscene of crime
junauza.com: One of the many perks of being a Linux user is that you have plenty of excellent software to choose from. To somehow guide those who are still looking for a media player that will suit their needs, I have put together a list that I hope will help.
zdnetasia.com: Participation by big open source vendors is helping attract new interest in Linux user groups in Asia. Khairil Yusof, president of the Free/Open Source Software Society (FOSS) in Malaysia, said in an interview that the group's members have benefited by sharing knowledge with others from different technology backgrounds during its monthly meetings.
Matt Asay: Ah, how the mighty have fallen. In what must have been gross oversight, Red Hat is pitching proprietary software on its website under the banner of "No vendor lock-in." The way Red Hat and IBM make it appear, simply running one's software on an open platform like Linux magically removes the proprietary lock-in of the application.
blog.ivanristic.com: I have downloaded the beta of Firefox 3 to check out the improvements related to SSL. First, there's the added support for Extended Validation SSL certificates, but I am not very excited about that. It's a nice feature, but it's not going to bring much good overall. On the other hand, I am very happy with the improvements to the handling of invalid SSL certificates.
Also: Mozilla Developer News April 29
blogs.zdnet.com: Yesterday, the Open Source community took an emotional hit when veteran Linux programmer Hans Reiser was convicted of first degree murder in the suspicious disappearing of his wife, Nina. I would like to talk a little bit about how this verdict will impact the technology in play for file system dominance in our favorite Open Source operating system, Linux.
Also: Was Reiser really found Guilty of being a Hacker?
zdnet.co.uk: Sun UK's chief open-source officer, Simon Phipps, has a high-profile role to play as the company aims to complete its move to 100 percent open software development.
liquidat.wordpress: In a recent interview with the German IT online magazine Golem.de the kernel developer Greg Kroah-Hartman mentioned that the USB video device support will soon be merged into the vanilla kernel.