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|Story||The Eternal Sunshine of the Classic Linux Desktop||srlinuxx||24/01/2013 - 7:04pm|
|Story||Alan Cox, No. 2 in Linux world, resigns||srlinuxx||24/01/2013 - 6:56pm|
|Story||Microsoft Potential Dell Investment: Bad for Linux, FOSS?||srlinuxx||24/01/2013 - 6:53pm|
|Story||OpenArtist Is a Linux Distro Prodigy||srlinuxx||24/01/2013 - 6:51pm|
|Story||openSUSE 12.2 - 94,460 Downloads First 24||srlinuxx||24/01/2013 - 6:50pm|
|Forum topic||Pandora FMS 4.0.3 released!||geniususer||24/01/2013 - 4:07pm|
|Story||Gaming on Linux: A guide for sane people with limited patience||srlinuxx||24/01/2013 - 2:25am|
|Story||some leftovers:||srlinuxx||24/01/2013 - 2:22am|
|Story||today's leftovers:||srlinuxx||1||23/01/2013 - 2:40pm|
|Story||A quick look at 3 distros based on “sid”||srlinuxx||23/01/2013 - 3:18am|
cnet.com: This year my one-and-only New Year's resolution was to begin the transition to open-source software in general and Linux in particular. I thought I was just setting out to learn a new operating system. In fact, I was entering an entirely new world of computing.
kerneltrap.org: "It's been long promised, but there it is now," began Linux creator Linus Torvalds, announcing the 2.6.25 Linux kernel. He continued, "The full changelog from 2.6.24 is 7.5M, with a 12MB compressed patch. Tons and tons has changed, but if you've been following the -rc releases, you'll already know about the big things."
This document describes step by step how to set up a Mandriva One 2008 Spring (Mandriva 2008.1) desktop (GNOME).
- Bruce Perens tells how he got involved with Linux and Free Software (video)
- Mayanna: A Unique Desktop Organizer for Gnome
- Babylon.com Contributes Dictionary Content to OLPC
- Catalyst 8.4 released - quick overview
- Google Gadgets Now work on Ubuntu Linux with Screenlets
- Ubuntu Hardy Heron - Screenlets
- KDE 4.0 on HP 2133 Mini-Note
- Tip of the Trade: Grsecurity
- How Microsoft Will Play the ISO Card
- Mark Shuttleworth: Rethinking Gobuntu
- FOSS and Option for the Poor
- Gfire is Back!
- Linspire's CNR beta supports Ubuntu Hardy Heron
- MySQL Keynote: An Open Source Love Fest
- More Fun With Bash Networking
- Linus Torvalds on ...
- Stephen Hawking to give NASA 50th anniversary speech
bapoumba.wordpress: We are leaving for a short vacation week, I’ve been begged not to leave my laptops at home. Here are the reasons why:
opensuse.org: Issue #18 of openSUSE Weekly News is now out. In this issue: openSUSE Project Releases Major Update to openSUSE Build Service, Counting down to 11.0 - Get your counter here, and Tips and Tricks: Colored shell.
kerneltrap.org: "Finally found it ... the patch below solves the sparsemem crash and the test system boots up fine now," announced Ingo Molnar. He described the patch as fixing a "memory corruption and crash on 32-bit x86 systems."
blog.wired.com: The prosecutor in the Hans Reiser murder trial on Wednesday continued for a second day to poke at Linux programmer Hans Reiser's defense to accusations he murdered his wife two years ago.
PR: "Open Source software is raising havoc throughout the software market. It is the ultimate in disruptive technology, it represents a real loss of $60 billion in annual revenues to software companies."
infoworld.com: Ronald Hovsepian acknowledges that Novell's Suse Linux will be slow to catch on in the consumer realm as the market needs several years to grow and mature.
mozilla.org: As part of Mozilla Corporation’s ongoing stability and security update process, Firefox 126.96.36.199 is now available for Windows, Mac, and Linux. We strongly recommend that all Firefox users upgrade.
hehe2.net: Switching to Linux can be very daunting, most seasoned Linux users experienced that first hand. After all, at some point they were also “noobs”. Over here I compiled a list of 7 habits that I feel someone has told me when I started out.
junauza.com: As some of you may know, I had my very first taste of Mac a few weeks ago. I got a Macbook Pro (Penryn) which comes with the standard OS X Leopard. But for the sake of sanity, I immediately installed Linux.
- Howto: Create TTY User to view logs via TTY in Ubuntu Linux
- HowTo: Copy and Paste A Text File into Another Text File via Terminal
- Tips and tricks: How do I capture the output of “top” to a file?
- Mounting archives with FUSE and archivemount
- Hidden Linux : VirtualBox
- Mandriva : HOWTO add easily officials and third parties repos
- Fun with Conky, part 3
- Block Bad IP Ranges with iplist in Ubuntu Linux
- Tertiary menu in Drupal
seputarlinux.blogspot: Several months ago, I had a chance to try running the live cd version of Mandriva One (version 2008) on my old laptop. At that time I was very impressed, it was beautiful, very user-friendly and everything just worked flawlessly. So when Mandriva One 2008.1 Spring was out several days ago, I was very excited.
phoronix.com: Long before Sun's Project Indiana came about, BeleniX has been one of our favorite GNU/Solaris distributions. BeleniX has been a LiveCD based upon OpenSolaris, but with yesterday's release of BeleniX 0.7 it is now a source-level derivative of the Project Indiana blend of OpenSolaris. Today we're taking a quick look at this new release.
pclinuxos2007.blogspot: Visiting PCLinuxOS Forum has been one of my hobbies. It updates my linux computing skills by providing me with the most practical solutions. Here is a list of some important tips and tricks directly from PCLinuxOS Forum.
technocrat.net: It has been a few months since I have set my 83-year old grandmother with a desktop PC running Kubuntu 7.10. I configured everything in advance. I gave her some basic training on the things she will do regularly.
tycheent.wordpress: Recently, on another site, someone suggested that the development and marketing of Ubuntu was done by paid staff of Canonical. Having been actively involved in the Arizona Team for 8 months I would like to say that I consider such a comment to be FUD fostered for the sole purpose of disparaging against Ubuntu and the people that make it work.
arstechnica.com: For the uninitiated, the GP2X is a line of handheld, personal entertainment players manufactured by a South Korean company called GamePark Holdings. We're reviewing the latest version, the GP2X F-200. The GP2X F-200 offers an open source, multifunctional, alternative to the proprietary handheld systems currently offered at retail in North America.