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|Story||Report: Android apps will soon be accepted on BlackBerry World||Rianne Schestowitz||14/01/2014 - 10:07pm|
|Story||8 Innovative Linux-Based Products Demoed at CES||Rianne Schestowitz||14/01/2014 - 10:03pm|
|Story||Four Linux distros for kids||Rianne Schestowitz||14/01/2014 - 10:00pm|
|Story||The Top 7 Best Linux Distros for 2014||Rianne Schestowitz||14/01/2014 - 9:54pm|
|Story||Bodhi Linux powered Chromebook Raffle||Rianne Schestowitz||14/01/2014 - 9:50pm|
|Story||Google acquires Nest, gains Linux IoT tech||Roy Schestowitz||14/01/2014 - 8:22pm|
|Story||Today in Techrights||Roy Schestowitz||14/01/2014 - 6:59pm|
|Story||On Desktop Environments||Roy Schestowitz||1||14/01/2014 - 6:21pm|
|Story||Korora Claimed Better Fedora Than Fedora, and It’s Growing!||Roy Schestowitz||14/01/2014 - 5:55pm|
|Story||For Systems Administrators, GNU/Linux (and UNIX) Becomes Key Skill||Roy Schestowitz||14/01/2014 - 3:57pm|
phoronix.com: Fedora 9 shipped earlier this year. Now, however, it's time start getting excited over Fedora 10. The first Alpha release of Fedora 10 (codenamed Cambridge) was released this morning. In this article we have screenshots of Fedora 10 along with some of the features you can expect when this Linux operating system ships in October.
junauza.com: A typical desktop computer user will almost always need an office suite. There are actually 5 known free and open source office suites that work best in Linux.
linuxdevices.com: Lenovo has announced its entry into the "netbook" market. The Linux-based IdeaPad S9 for "certain overseas markets," feature 8.9-inch display, plus 1.6GHz Intel Atom N270 processors, and up to 160GB of storage.
practical-tech.com: Debian took a giant step forward recently towards releasing the next version of Debian, Lenny, by freezing the codebase. Now, the only major things standing between the next release of the popular Linux distribution are “fixes for release critical bugs” and “fixes for severity.”
cio.com: Linus Torvalds needs no introduction in operating systems or open-source circles. He's the creator, muse and chief developer of the Linux operating system. Torvalds started Linux while he was in college in 1991. Today, Linux is the foundation of multibillion-dollar companies including Oracle, Novell and Red Hat.
crn.com: Tim Wolfe, president and general manager of Novell Americas, will serve as acting vice president of global channel sales effective immediately, replacing Pat Bernard who was just named to the position last November, the company said early Tuesday.
networkworld.com: The open-source community is no longer the sole province of technology geeks. The mood is shifting. As the mistress of ceremonies at OSCON (the Open Source Convention) commented: instead of open source trying to figure out its place in the enterprise, today the enterprise is seeking its place in open source. And that, among other trends, is causing changes in the community.
tradingmarkets.com: Lenovo was reported to plan to launch a full array of laptops pre-loading Novell's Linux operating system, to provide wider product options for consumers to choose from, according to sources.
earthweb.com: If you want to add space to a drive, store personal data on a separate partition from your operating system, or run multiple operating systems from the same hard drive, then you need a partition editor.
earthtimes.org (PR): Red Hat today announced that Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.2 has received Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6) Special Interoperability Certification from the Defense Information System Agency (DISA) in accordance with the Department of Defense (DoD) IPv6 Master Test Plan.
zdnet.com.au: OpenOffice.org 2.4.0 is a free, open source alternative to Microsoft's Office application suite. It is fantastic if you need basic office applications — such as a word processor or spreadsheet — at no cost. However, large organisations and power users may be disappointed by its lack of features and support.
businesswire.com (PR): GroundWork Open Source is sponsoring a competition amongst four popular open source mascots: “Tux” the Linux kernel penguin, “Beastie” the BSD daemon, Mozilla’s Firefox, and “The Gnu” GNU.
internetling.com: I still use Firefox on Debian, but sometimes I just don’t have the time or the nerves to wait for this add-on-packed conglomerate to load. While there is a noticeable speed improvement with Firefox 3, you still need some time for it to load. So, when I’m in a hurry, I sometimes fire-up an alternative browser.
PR: OpenOffice.org has today opened registration for its biggest ever annual international conference. The Conference - to be held in Beijing, China between 5th.-7th. November - is the main event of the year for developers, supporters, and users of OpenOffice.org software, the leading free software alternative to Microsoft Office.
- Using Grub To Change RedHat Linux's Root Password
- Network Time Protocol (NTP) Server and Clients Setup in Ubuntu
- FbTerm: Better terminal windows when you don't have X
- Agile Plus Open Source Equals Developer Success
- Commercial Packages vs Open Source: Which is Better Long-term?
- Will the real open source please stand up?
- One Laptop per Child Lands in India
- Better backup, syncing, and sharing
- FOSS app eases the pain for San Diego community clinic
- Linux Will Take Lion's Share of MID Market
- The Asus Eee 1000 -- more power, still portable
- KDE 4.1 in the press
- OpenSUSE 11.0 vs Ubuntu 8.04
- Online Security
- Ubuntu 8.10 Intrepid Ibex Mockup Designs
- NVIDIA driver 173.14.12 in hardy-proposed and intrepid
- Flying on the wings of freedom
- Open Source: A 'Growing Challenge' to Microsoft
- Does Cloud Computing Change the Open Source Rules?
- Lenovo Jumps Into Netbooks, But Where's Linux?
weblog.infoworld: InfoWord recently released winners of the 2008 Bossie Awards. The awards are based on a review and analysis of the products in action by the InfoWorld Test Center.
thetimes.co.za: MARK Shuttleworth isn’t just a space tourist. To geeks the world over, he’s the Self-Appointed Benevolent Dictator for Life or SABDFL for short. It’s a nickname he’s earned as the driving force behind Ubuntu — an open-source operating system based on the Linux platform that is rated one of the best.
linuxloop.com: Back in March, I tried to find as many Linux-based UMPCs as I could. At the time, I found 18, which was expanded to 20 with the help of commenters. After many more Linux-based UMPC releases, I decided to see how many more I could find.
debian.org/News: Welcome to this year's 8th issue of DPN, the newsletter for the Debian community. Some of the topics covered in this issue include: Lenny frozen, Debian GNU/Linux 4.0 updated to include support for newer hardware, and Schedule for 8th annual Debian Conference announced.