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nixiepixel.com: From entire operating systems to just about any sort of application under the sun, you can find open source and/or free software. This even includes games. Here are some of the best open source/free games out there today:
blogs.zdnet.com: What are the problems that need to be solved to boost Linux adoption? And in what order? If we get the order right, we can make more users happier faster.
ghacks.net: I mentioned wanting to try out Linux, specifically Ubuntu. After much consideration and with the help of the Ghacks readers, I decided to try the Ubuntu LiveCD before actually installing it.
lockergnome.com: As if on command, the latest Ubuntu 9.04 release has a final test version ready to go and something tells me that despite the good, there will be some bad to overcome as well.
fedoratux.blogspot: I remembered there was some of jokes or such like, which depicted major GNU/Linux distributions as in cartoon pictures. As for Gentoo, if I recall correctly, it is a broken old-school CRT monitor with some funny words like “You broke, fix it.”
- Linux Firewall Part 3: Selecting Your Hardware
- Linux Migration for the Home PC User, Part 4
- Things You Didn't Know About Firefox Browser Tabs
- Ubuntu Linux Quick Tip - Mount a Samba (Windows) file share to a folder
- Password Protect a Folder in Linux
- How To Convert Audio Cassettes & LPs to MP3 in 5 Easy Steps
- Linux Foundation using Drupal
- “Quarterly” Report: Yakuake
- Open Source You Can Use, April Edition
- Funny Linux Video: Battle Of The Startup Sounds
- Heavy Metal On Your IPhone - By Linux
- Novell’s SUSE Linux Patched
- Palm's Pre May Not Be Drawing Much Interest
- XO Laptop Gen 1.5: with VIA C7-M 1GHz Performance
- Open XML, the standard that was not
- CUPS update closes security holes
- Unigine Working On New Physics, Multiplayer
Although some of this stuff is old, here are some funny easter eggs I bumped into over time.
Fire up a terminal and type the following, one command at a time:
dedoimedo.com: The first time you hear about site-specific browsing, you raise a brow and wonder. What is this thing? And how is it different from the ... eh ... regular browsing.
ianmurdock.com: Do operating systems (still) matter? If you’re writing an application at the level of Java or PHP, what difference does it make what operating system is running underneath?
livewithoutwork.com: I have decided after much deliberation that I am no longer going to withstand Microsoft Window’s buggy software.
doctormo.wordpress: In one of my previous blog entries about a Dell Support issue some of the comments suggested that the reason we were in this mess was because of the inflexible nature of the Linux kernel.
lwn.net (gnome-announce-list): We'd like to announce a formal system administration team. GNOME has long had an informal sysadmin team that has managed the gnome.org services.
ostatic.com/blog: When I read the press release about EVO's community, called "My Universe," I shuddered violently enough to shake the couch and scare the small dog sitting beside me. I realize that maybe, in the EVO's case, this might not be a fair assumption.
techiemoe.com: The latest entry, 9.04 "Jaunty Jackalope," promises to be another iterative release, with a couple of new features (faster boot, overhaulted notifications system) but nothing to blow your skirt up.
blogs.zdnet.com: National, state and local governments are all waking up to the opportunity open source offers. Washington state, the home of Microsoft, appears to be an exception.
Also: How open source got its wings
linuxdevices.com: Motorola and KDDI are developing a new version of their Linux-based Au Box set-top box (STB) that runs the Android stack.
ghacks.net: But what if you are searching for Linux software? Where do you go? Is there a one stop shop for all of your software needs? Yes and no. Even though that answer is not a resounding YES! there is a plus side.
markshuttleworth.com: Six-month cycles are great. Now let’s talk about meta-cycles: broader release cycles for major work. I’m very interested in a cross-community conversation about this.
linux-wizard.net: Today, while reading LWN.net Weekly Edition for April 9 concerning GNOME 3.0, I noticed the part about dconf. Dconf aims to replace ... gconf already. Yeah, we can't keep a simple technology as simple as reading and writing application configurations settings more than 8 years ...