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|Story||Linux acquitted in Samsung laptop UEFI deaths||srlinuxx||11/02/2013 - 8:26pm|
|Story||Samsung, Linux and the Bothersome Bricking Problem||srlinuxx||11/02/2013 - 8:25pm|
|Story||D-Bus is coming to the Linux Kernel||srlinuxx||11/02/2013 - 8:24pm|
|Story||4.10 Release of KDE||srlinuxx||10/02/2013 - 11:13pm|
|Story||Samsung laptop bug is not Linux specific||srlinuxx||10/02/2013 - 11:07pm|
|Story||The Impossible Quest for the Most Popular Linux Distro||srlinuxx||10/02/2013 - 10:54pm|
|Story||some leftovers:||srlinuxx||08/02/2013 - 6:25pm|
|Story||5 Unique Linux Based Products at CES 2013||srlinuxx||08/02/2013 - 2:47am|
|Story||Linux Won the Desktop Wars a Long Time Ago||srlinuxx||08/02/2013 - 2:44am|
|Story||LibreOffice 4.0 Has Arrived||srlinuxx||08/02/2013 - 2:41am|
blogs.zdnet.com: The final release on the recent Linux Collaboration Summit is out and the big word is drivers. Software drivers.
pbs.org: I use free and open source software, almost exclusively, when I practice journalism. Free and open source software is counter-intuitive to many, but the mantra of the free software movement uses terms that journalists should understand very well.
linuxformat.co.uk: Yes, the Hardy Heron is here! This is the new Long Term Support (LTS) release of Ubuntu, and is possibly the most eagerly anticipated distro of all time. Read on for our hands-on look at the new features, with screenshots galore...
Also: Review: Why Ubuntu 'Hardy Heron' Wins Laurels
linuxgeeksunited.blogspot: An article recently put out, asks the question "Why are there no Linux billionaires?" What is the problem with there being no "billionaires"? That's the problem with most of the people associated with this, they automatically equate success to expanse of finances.
linux.com: Are you in the mood for some '90s-style Web browsing with no graphic elements? Or, more realistically, do you work with a Linux console and often need to check something on the Web? If so, get acquainted with text-based Web browsers such as w3m, Lynx, and the similarly named Links.
madpenguin.org: Generally speaking, I have been quite happy using Nautilus with a little help from Tracker from time to time. Nautilus is a no nonsense file manager that allows most users to get the most out of their files and the way they choose to manage them.
ibeentoubuntu.com: My recent post about old the beginnings of Gnome and my natural tendency to look at the Roadmap for the next version of Gnome and Ubuntu when an Ubuntu release comes out have led me to a conclusion: Gnome is pretty much finished.
kerneltrap.org: Discussing the latest breakage of the linux-next tree, Stephen Rothwell noted that the problem went unnoticed due to the arm tree not currently being included, "this is why I would have liked you to participate in the linux-next tree ...".
blogs.zdnet: Sun says it is working hard to make Java completely open source so Linux shops can use it. But is it already too late?
ericsbinaryworld.com/blog: Some little updates on my KDE experiment. First of all, I run an rsync script semi-daily to backup my home drive to an external hard drive in case the main one fails. It’s already happened to me once before and I was really glad to have had backups. However, as you can imagine, this is a huge drain on my computer’s resources.
blog.wired.com: Opera Software has release a second beta for version 9.5 of its flagship browser. Opera 9.5 beta 2 brings several new features and a number of bug fixes as Opera moves toward the final release.
the inquirer: THE EUROPEAN Commission has started investigating Microsoft's OOXML standard under procurement rules instead of the old competition statute with which they usually bash the software giant.
opencomputer.net: We’ll do this test with the live (Gnome) CD to analyze: parts of the hardware that are recognized, software package installed, general usability (setup adjustments, software installation).
athensexchange.com: Every few years, new operating systems are released for computers that promise new features, greater security and usability. Mac OSX Leopard 10.5.2 and Windows Vista Service Pack One were both released in February of 2008. Linux Ubuntu released the latest version of its operating system.
- Ubuntu 8.04: Hardy Heron Review
- Ubuntu 8.04 LTS: Jaded Janus
- Official Ubuntu Tour
- Mark Shuttleworth: The Heron takes flight
- Ubuntu Hardy Heron: A First Look
This tutorial shows how you can set up a gOS Rocket G 2.0 (GNOME) desktop that is a full-fledged replacement for a Windows desktop, i.e. that has all the software that people need to do the things they do on their Windows desktops.
- Stuff I have learned about displays
- K Module, a.k.a. the KDE Pages
- Novell strips SLES down to its undies
- Ubuntu propagandist creates cool Vista dissing sticker
- OpenSUSE 11.0: Who gets top billing? GNOME or KDE?
- Time and talent are the open source speed limits
- A Linux Server in the Palm of Your Hand
- Did Open Source Doom the OLPC?
- SE Radio Interview on Open Source Business Models
- Project Diaspora Open Sourced and Finished. Space MMORPG
- Web 2.0 Conference: Lots of News for Open Sourcers
- How big can Ubuntu get?
liquidat.wordpress: The microsoft eco system is often mentioned to be long term reliable and therefore be a good option for companies with long term plans or needs. However, recently some parts of Microsoft’s eco system fall apart and became incompatible, which is not what you expect from a reliable system.
fanaticattack.com: This is another article in my series that shows the similarities between OpenOffice.org and Microsoft Office. Using a new product requires some re-learning. But you rarely have to learn an entirely new set of skills. This article is to emphasize the similarities.
phoronix.com: While all of the Solaris excitement at Phoronix as of late has been around Solaris Express Developer 1/08 and the forthcoming release of OpenSolaris 2008.05, today Sun Microsystems has announced the immediate release of Solaris 10 5/08.