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opensource.org: When Eric Raymond posted the first of the Halloween Documents in 1998, it marked the end of the beginning for open source. That is to say those documents demonstrated that the logical superiority of the open source development model had penetrated the most headstrong corporate skull in the proprietary software universe: Microsoft.
doctormo.wordpress: The ubuntu community is one of the most enjoyable I’ve ever been a part of, it has a much more diverse set of people and ideas than other development communities, but retains a strict sense of community and togetherness.
Also: The ubuntuforums are ::evil::
blogs.zdnet.com: Microsoft owns FAT32, but it didn’t appear to pursue its rights. Until the TomTom case. At which point Jeremy Allison of Samba says Microsoft had secret cross-licensing deals with all those other guys which violate the GPL. So who should Software Freedom sue?
halffull.org: Exherbo is a Linux distribution led by a small team of opinionated developers. It’s lean, to say the least, but when they give you a solution for something you can believe it’s well engineered and that it does that task well - nothing more.
linux-magazine.com: Knoppix has always been regarded as one of the most versatile Linux distros out there, but the latest version of the venerable Live CD Linux distribution has got yet another trick up its sleeve.
- Transparent GTK Themes
- How To Edit Your Screensaver Settings In Ubuntu Intrepid
- Automate Linux with Cron and Anacron
- How to install curl for PHP5 under Ubuntu/Debian
- HOWTO : Convert existing ext3 to ext4
dedoimedo.com: Some time ago, a fellow user in one of the forums suggested I try sidux. Why I asked? Well, he said, sidux is Debian-based, it's light, stable and fast. After reading online a bit, I found overall positive impressions, I decided to follow suit and test sidux.
tuxradar.com: Rather than throw old hardware away because it can't cope with Vista's bloat, we show you how to put it to good use - read on to learn how to transform your old computer into a mail server, a fileserver, a web server, a spam blocker, a PC for kids and more!
phoronix.com: QEMU, the popular open-source processor emulator that can be run as a user-space program and also has found its way into use by the KVM and VirtualBox projects, will soon reach version 0.10.0
- You Can Now Play UT3 On Linux, Sort Of
- Ubuntu Netbook Remix and Debian Lenny on the Samsung NC10
- Jaunty Alpha 5 Ramblings
- Is Open Source Ready To Get The Message?
- 10 Gnome Action Movies
- When purists become pragmatists
- Power Management: ATI Catalyst vs. Open-Source ATI Driver
- Application Installing (II)
- math: Windows 7 + netbook = failure - GNU/Linux as remaining winner!
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- Nokia puts out help wanted sign on Qt
- Linux loses more netbook market share
- Do Open Source Eyeballs Really Work?
- Tightening purse strings will turn many businesses on to Open Source Software
- When open source moves from evangelism to implementation
- Cisco's PostPath to Linux powered hosted email
- Worker: new version on 10th anniversary
- CAOS Theory Podcast 2009.03.06
- User Friendly Comic Strip
- Sacred Gold On Linux Has Gone Gold
- SCO files appeal in dispute over computer code
- Free Video Editors for Ubuntu
- FOSS Debates, Part 1: Kernel Truths
- KDE 4.2 on Gentoo - Part 1: The Preparation
- How to Install KDE 4.2 on Ubuntu 8.10
- From Chapter Four: The Unix and Open source Culture
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- How To Transfer Files Easily Among Linux Machines
- Vim: master the basics
- 6 Ways To Connect Linux to the Outside World That Are Not Wireless, Bluetooth, or Ethernet
- HowTo force remote devices (routers/switches) to refresh their arp cache entry for a machine
tuxradar.com: Most migrants from other operating systems will seek out a Linux alternative to the ubiquitous iTunes, and chances are they'll come across Amarok 2.0 and Songbird 1.0. Which one is right for you?
handlewithlinux.com: Last time I mentioned compiz, which gave very different responses. Some people think it's great others hate it. Today I'll throw in something completely different.
extremetech.com: Here are a list of some of the distros that really appeal to the geeks, though they are not LIMITED to geek use:
raiden.net: Hauppauge's HD-PVR is a video/audio capture device that samples "YPrPb" component video at HD resolutions. HD-PVR has attracted a lot of attention since it is able to bypass all digitial content controls and take advantage of the "analog hole", while doing so at a very affordable price.
themysticbird.com: A lot of folks have heard of Linux and many more have even been interested enough to check it out. Thing is, a lot of what is spread around the ‘net about Linux unfortunately is giving people the wrong impression. Let me help dispel the rumours.
eweek.com: Microsoft's dismissive attitude of VDI, or virtual desktop infrastructure, calls to mind Red Hat's stance toward the desktop as a viable Linux commercial offering. With its recent desktop virtualization agreement with Microsoft and other work it's done, Red Hat may soon be offering VDI capabilities.
tuxradar.com: We asked our followers on Identi.ca and Twitter what kind of articles they wanted us to put up. KeithWatson1 responded with "I would love to see desktop tip articles", so here goes:
gnuski.blogspot: Desktop use of GNU/Linux is on the rise, and one of the factors leading people towards its use is videos such as these, showing off the newest effects. However, to get these effects on a KDE or Gnome desktop, you must* use a 3D-accelerating hardware driver for your video card.
blogs.computerworld: On March 3rd, though, Google CEO Eric Schmidt said, What's particularly interesting about netbooks is the price point. Eventually, it will make sense for operators and so forth to subsidize the use of netbooks so they can make services revenue and advertising revenue on the consumption. That's another new model that's coming."