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- Monitor CPU Speed with Gkfreq Plugin for Gkrellm
- Using Gmail to Bypass “Email Already In Use” Errors
- Using ssh as a generic stdin consumer and stdout producer
- Remove trash in Ubuntu
- How To Download Almost Any Web-Based Email Via POP
- How To Find What Package Provided a File?
- Bash tips: if -e wildcard file check => [: too many arguments
- AOL on PCLinuxOS
- Adjust sudo timeout
- Qt-4.5.0 on Gentoo portage tree
- Upgrading to PostgreSQL 8.3 on Gentoo
oneclicklinux.com: I've been working on a letter and needed a little bit of input. I called my brother Dave and he said he'd take a look at what I had composed so far.
informationweek.com: Dealing with rumors and gossip is like nailing jelly to the wall. The right (wrong?) ones take on a patina of truth they don't deserve, just because they sound right or we feel they should be right.
tuxradar.com: MythTV is an incredibly ambitious suite of applications designed to sit at the heart of your home entertainment centre. It records, pauses and rewinds television, plays music and videos, catalogues your photo and DVD collections, browses the internet, makes phone calls, delivers the news and the weather and plays games - and it does all this thanks to the power of Linux.
fsf.org: When you visit Microsoft's web site for New England Research & Development Center you don't get a sense that it is a part of a 30 year old multinational proprietary corporation with a bad track record when it comes to user freedom and community support. But, we aren't fooled.
kyleabaker.com: According to Nate Lanxon at CNET UK, yep. I’m not going to quote the whole “article,” but here are my thoughts.
downloadsquad.com: A few months ago Mozilla embarked on a quest to determine a way to make new browser tabs more useful. Today Mozilla's Aza Raskin shared some of the team's conclusions, based on user feedback.
laptoplogic.com: "It's full of bugs. Nothing ever works. I can't get it to do what I want. It's too hard."
news.cnet: While Linux desktop evangelists point to netbooks as an indication of renewed life in their chances to compete on the desktop, new data suggests that this may be a fool's hope. Instead, such advocates would do well to follow Canonical's and Red Hat's lead as they seek to move the desktop to the cloud.
blogs.gnome.org: In the Linux desktop we have a very big problem: We focus very much on packages. Packages are interesting to programmers, but users care about applications.
voices.washingtonpost: A report published this week by software vulnerability watcher Secunia promises to stoke the ever-smoldering embers of the debate over which major Web browser is more secure.
linuxloop.com: One of the things you hear a lot is that Macs “just work.” As nicely described in this article, Linux “just works” just as well if you only run it on hardware it was designed to run on. I would like to take the post one step further.
maketecheasier.com: When I first began using Linux, I was fortunate that I had a few friends around who knew it well, and were able to answer my questions and provide support. Not everyone is so lucky.
softpedia.com: In the Firefox Product Delivery Meeting Details, Mozilla notes that “version numbering [would advance from] 3.1 -> 3.5 to indicate increased scope.
junauza.com: To become more efficient, it is essential for a Linux user to learn some basic commands and keyboard shortcuts. He or she must also be familiar with several Linux file directories to at least learn a little on how the system works.
ostatic.com/blog: I purchased my ASUS EeePC 701 just over a year ago. It was inexpensive, it ran Linux, and that was more than enough for me. At Tectonic, Nic Ludick wonders if this isn't actually a bad thing in the long run for boosting Linux adoption.
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- FSF adds speakers for LibrePlanet conference on GNU/Linux
- Understanding what it is to be open source
- GNOME 2.26.0 Release Candidate Is Now Out
- A Better Solitaire
- ATI graphics card & compiz tearing
- Firefox 3.0.7 security and stability release now available
- Questions For: Mitchell Baker, Mozilla Chairman
- DIY Linux
- 5 Minutes of Elive 1.9.23
- Microsoft tax on Linux’s horizon?
- Text is not enough!
- Installing Mepis 8
- Fedora 11 Alpha YUM issues
- Microsoft Office for netbooks being prepared
- Starting the day with Ubuntu 8.10 Linux
- Linux Mint 6 Felicia Fluxbox CE, In Depth
- Qt Gets the Nokia Treatment
- KDE 4.2.0 on Gentoo a week (or so) after
- Windows gaming on Linux & Macs made easy
- Linux tip: How to clean up KDE on logout
- Ubuntu or Xubuntu? It’s getting harder to choose
- The Real Story on Oracle Unbreakable Linux
- SFLC Seeks Patent Attorney
- Running / Using ext4 on openSUSE 11.1
nixtutor.com: Migrating to Linux doesn’t have to be difficult. All you have to do is, get a fresh copy of your favorite distro, backup your data, find out what hardware is compatible, identify essential programs, and have a fresh hard drive or partition ready to go.