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lifehacker.com: Mozilla has just pushed out Firefox 3.1 Beta 1 to their servers, marking the first major step toward the official 3.1 release. Luckily we've already covered a lot of the features you can expect, so hit the jump for a closer look at what Firefox 3.1 Beta 1 brings to the table.
linux.com: I take a sort of sick joy in using a computer as long as possible, so I've become interested in lightweight Linux distributions like TinyMe 2008.0 that help prolong the life of a computer.
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- Using EasyUbuntu
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- How to add Ubuntu 8.04 to win server 2003 Active Directory Domain
- Let PAM take care of GNU/Linux security for you
- Turning off automatic gnome-session
- First Look: OpenOffice 3.0 Improves Support for Microsoft File Formats
- OpenOffice 3 Is Here. Can You Tell?
- OpenOffice.org 3.0 breaks through 390,000 downloads in a day
- 8 Reasons Why OpenOffice 3.0 Could Be The Tipping Point Application (or not?)
- Getting The Word Out About OpenOffice.org 3
- Reasons for the non-adoption of OpenOffice.org in a data-intensive public administration
freesoftwaremagazine.com: I don’t like KDE4. I don’t like the Dolphin file manager either. But those dislikes are proportional to my concern about the future of Konqueror. Then, I discovered Krusader.
earthweb.com: Firefox ... we use it all day, for everything from managing finances to socializing to playing games. But it's a large and complicated programs. Are you getting the most out of your browser?
blogs.techrepublic.com: One of my favourite applications for Mac OS X is Launchbar, an indispensable application-launching utility. Now, on Linux, a similar application is available, called GNOME Do.
phoronix.com: Today we are looking at the Sapphire Radeon HD 4870 Toxic, which takes the original Radeon HD 4870 to the next level with heightened frequencies and an exclusive Vapor-X cooling solution.
practicalecommerce.com: By some estimates, more than 1.4 billion people use the Internet for work, entertainment, or commerce. All of those web surfers must use a browser to visit websites or shop at online stores, and if browsing speed, security, and functionality matter, those users should be cruising the information super highway with the Mozilla Firefox 3 web browser.
- What's new in OpenOffice 3?
- OOo: Thoughts about the importance of Extensions
- Installing OpenOffice.org 3.0
- How to Install OpenOffice.org 3.0 on Ubuntu Intrepid Ibex
- OpenOffice.org 3.0 launch overwhelms servers
dedoimedo.com: It's time for some more fast-paced action! Today, we'll talk about games where you play as a human - against other humans. Our two candidates are AssaultCube and Urban Terror.
ericsbinaryworld.com: Hardly a day goes by that I don’t see an article on Linux Today about Moonlight and what a horrible person Miguel de Icaza is. So I thought I’d go ahead and do some exploration of what’s going on with Moonlight and Silverlight.
penguinpetes.com: There's a number of new graphics applications that I've been searching all over for. They may or may not have been invented yet. So I'm posting this little list, to the purpose of either...
beranger.org: Why isn't there any Fedora LTS? Because they don't want it. Officially, it's because there is not enough manpower. Besides, the “Fedora spirit” is the same as the “Ubuntu spirit”, that is “pushing the latest-and-greatest bugs-features-and-zombies ASAP, so that we release twice a year”.
gnu.org: The third beta release of Gnash has just been made at version 0.8.4. Gnash is a GPL'd SWF movie player and browser plugin for Firefox, Mozilla, and Konqueror.
hehe2.net: Imagine you are the minister of education of an impoverished country, with a limited budget to improve your schooling system. You are not aware of such thing called “Open Source” what would happen? You would probably end up spending thousands on software to equip your school’s computers.
- OpenOffice 3.0 released amid fears of development stagnation
- OK, now OpenOffice is definitely good enough
- OpenOffice Hits 3.0: Can It Challenge Microsoft?
- BeBop Linux Released
- So Long Mandriva, It Was Nice Meeting You
- My Two Biggest Ubuntu Gripes
- Linux can save UK schools billions: Part 2
- The Linux opportunity buried in the Unix market share data
- Linux powered mini-machines for Macs
- Opinion: High-performance nonsense
- Switch to Linux Today! bsod Linux Flier
- Jamie's Random Musings on Video IM
- Keeping the Kernel Klean
- My Quick Ohio Linux Fest Recap
- Open source enables value-based business models
- Discovery - VSTi Analog Synthesis For Linux
- Yakuake — yet another pop-up terminal
- Mono 2.0 has been released. So what?
- ICANN using Drupal
- Should software developers do it for themselves?
- RadeonHD 1.2.2 & 1.2.3 Drivers Released
- Use ImageMagick to convert pdf to png
- Certificate Authority (CA) with OpenSSL
- Setup SSL on Apache
- Manage Your Synchronization And Backup Easily With Conduit For Linux
- Install GIMP 2.6 in Ubuntu 8.04
- Run GIMP 2.6.1 image editor from a flash drive
- Set Operations in the Unix Shell
blog.freeside.fr: I tried to remain in the position of a newcomer that has no clue about what a command line interface is, so even if I used a terminal a couple of times, it was just to check some stuff, not to fix it. Here's how it went.
raiden.net: When it comes to development styles, it has been said time and again that BSD uses the Cathedral model of development, and Linux uses the Bazaar. But that's incorrect.