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Story Jolla outsells iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s at Finnish carrier DNA Roy Schestowitz 20/01/2014 - 10:53pm
Story Google Now comes to your desktop Roy Schestowitz 20/01/2014 - 10:29pm
Story Top events ahead in 2014 for abusive patent litigation Rianne Schestowitz 20/01/2014 - 10:14pm
Story SCHED_DEADLINE To Be Added To Linux 3.14 Kernel Rianne Schestowitz 20/01/2014 - 10:04pm
Story MATE is officially available in Arch Linux Rianne Schestowitz 20/01/2014 - 9:38pm
Story FreeBSD 10.0 Has Finally Been Released Rianne Schestowitz 20/01/2014 - 9:31pm
Story Out in the Open: These Hackers Want to Give You Coding Superpowers Rianne Schestowitz 20/01/2014 - 9:25pm
Story GNOME Weather App 3.11.4 Fixes RTL Layouts Rianne Schestowitz 20/01/2014 - 9:16pm
Story Init wars: Debian tech panel may end up deadlocked Rianne Schestowitz 20/01/2014 - 9:11pm
Story The 3.13 kernel is out Rianne Schestowitz 20/01/2014 - 9:04pm

Ubuntu Hardy on the Vye S41

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geekeree.wordpress: So here’s a good topic to get into on the geekery, UMPCs. I really like these small form factor laptops. So much I’ve got 2! The machine ships with Vista Home Premium, and as we all know, Vista is a resource Pig. So I fired up the first Ubuntu 8.04 cd I could find.

Netbooks spark Linux redesigns

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  • Netbooks spark Linux redesigns

  • LinuxWorld 2008: Enthusiasm Up, Attendance Down - Cool Booth
  • Open Source and the Poor Man's Supercomputer
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  • Linux World 2008/Streets of San Francisco

Getting closer to Opera 9.52

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Software All right. Another snapshot for you as we're getting ever closer to version 9.52. Fixed problem where some IRC commands were not working, Fixed problem where UI would not update after unsubscribing an IMAP folder, and Several improvements to the skin.

And then there are some days that suck

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Linux You get an error message upon booting up. Something like kernel panic. Your friend has the webcam oh Yahoo! Messenger and you couldn’t view it. The cd you got from a friend could not be mounted...

Is Microsoft trying to kill Apache?

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OSS When the story about Microsoft shelling out $100,000 to Apache for ASF sponsorship broke across my radar it rather tickled my funny bone and my curiosity. When ASF Chairman Jim Jagielski declared that “Microsoft’s sponsorship makes it clear that Microsoft “gets it” regarding the ASF” I had a fit of the giggles—and then, like many others, I started to ponder on the reasons why and what it actually meant.

Three things the Linux desktops needs to do to beat Windows

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sjvn: "What does Linux need to do to compete more successfully on the desktop?" We came up with several pain points, but some of them are clearly hurting Linux more than the others.

Amarok 2: a first look

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celettu.wordpress: With all the hoopla that has been surrounding KDE 4, I’d almost forget there’s another major piece of software working on a milestone release. Maybe not as major as KDE, but Amarok is arguably the best and most popular media player on the linux desktop. Amarok 2 is shaping up to be as radically different from Amarok 1.4 and that’s a very good thing indeed.

Linux Users on NBC's Olympics Videos: We Don't Get No Respect

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Linux Where is Rodney Dangerfield when we need him? There are some heated messages flying around in the Ubuntu forums because NBC has announced that it will offer its online video coverage of the Beijing Olympics to Internet Explorer and Firefox users on the Mac and Windows, but not to Linux browser users.

Linspire is going away

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Linux Linspire, the distribution originally launched as Lindows, is no more, says Xandros CEO Andreas Typaldos.

Kernel Log: Btrfs 0.16 released, new stable kernels released, Wifi drivers for 2.6.27 merged

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Linux The developers of Btrfs have released version 0.16 of the still experimental file system. new features include Access Control Lists, support for which is needed by SE Linux, and orphan inode protection to stop losing files after a crash. Alongside these new features are improvements in the scalability and performance of the new file system.

Linux patent pool to push for 'defensive publication'

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Linux (IDG): A tech vendor-backed company that buys up patents in an effort to protect the Linux community from intellectual property litigation will soon launch a Web site to help inventors file defensive publications -- documents that make details of an invention public, preventing others from later making patent claims on it.

Ubuntu after One Week

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Ubuntu In my quest to run exclusively Ubuntu Linux (a free alternative to Microsoft Windows) at home for one month, I have completed the first week.

Memopal Recruits 100 Linux Beta Testers

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Linux (PR): Memopal continuous, automatic, and long-term online backup. Memopal is looking for 100 beta testers around the world to form a Linux community that will help it develop the first low-cost online backup system for Linux.

How I Helped Build Refurbished Linux PCs at LinuxWorld

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blogs.computerworld: Building and using Linux-based PCs is a rewarding and fullfilling pastime for open source enthusiasts, but spreading the gospel to the masses can be even more satisfying.

3 Linux Apps That Make Me Hate Windows

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Software I'm a Windows user, and it's served me well. That being said, I play with a lot of Linux distributions and there are some applications that are just so much better than anything Windows can offer that I find myself wondering how long it'll be until I make the switch.

How trustworthy are Linux binaries?

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Linux How truly trustworthy are binary files on Linux? I only ask this question because of a recent article on Slashdot that brought up an interesting point about binaries distributed on Linux. Not directly of course, but the implications are there.

12 Great Quotes from “The Cathedral and the Bazaar”

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OSS The Cathedral and the Bazaar, a famous essay by Eric S. Raymond, has been a great inspiration by many open source software developers. I’m going to share to you a few highly inspiring quotes that I took from The Cathedral and the Bazaar:

Licensing Gives Linux the Edge over Windows in the Virtualization Battle

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Linux There’s been a lot of interesting product wars over the years: WordPerfect vs. Word, 1-2-3 vs. Excel... One of the current product battles taking shape is in server virtualization. And, like many past product confrontations, Microsoft’s Hyper-V is the late-to-the-game underdog.

Linux games - First Person Shooters

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Gaming One of the major reasons why most of people still use Windows is the gaming community. It begins with constant hardware upgrades, required to stay apace in the losing game of ever-rising minimum requirements for this or that game. But this does not have to be so.

some howtos:

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  • KDE 4.1 packages under Mandriva 2008.1 Spring

  • ssh-xfer: Quickly grabbing files over an existing SSH connection
  • How to install and setup Netbook Remix on the Eee PC
  • Tweak Ubuntu 8.04 (Hardy Heron) for VMware Server
  • Getting the current weather on your Ubuntu desktop
  • Connecting Ubuntu Linux to a networked printer
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