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|Story||Git Bounty Wants To Help Open-Source Programmers Get Paid For Bug Fixes||Roy Schestowitz||08/09/2014 - 1:05am|
|Story||Fedora to get a new partition manager||Rianne Schestowitz||08/09/2014 - 12:16am|
|Story||Yet Another Linux Distro Trying To Cater Towards Gamers||Rianne Schestowitz||07/09/2014 - 9:36pm|
|Story||Munich Library Now Offers Free Ubuntu 12.04 CDs for People with Windows Systems||Rianne Schestowitz||07/09/2014 - 8:19pm|
|Story||Free Office Suites that Cut The Mustard||Rianne Schestowitz||07/09/2014 - 8:15pm|
|Story||LibreOffice For Android Should Be Ready For Usage Starting With February 2015||Rianne Schestowitz||07/09/2014 - 6:30pm|
|Story||Linux workshop in Udupi||Rianne Schestowitz||07/09/2014 - 6:12pm|
|Story||Akademy 2014 Day 1||Rianne Schestowitz||07/09/2014 - 6:07pm|
|Story||4MLinux 10.0 Rescue Edition BETA released.||Rianne Schestowitz||07/09/2014 - 5:58pm|
|Story||9-Way File-System Comparison With A SSD On The Linux 3.17 Kernel||Rianne Schestowitz||07/09/2014 - 5:52pm|
phoronix.com: While there are many netbooks on the market from a variety of different vendors, for the most part they are composed of the same hardware. When it comes to Dell with their popular Inspiron Mini 9 netbook, they happen to be using Ubuntu but with a few modifications.
akephalos.de: You see, you can get e.g. some Ubuntu - a flavour of Debian etc. pp., but nothing really different. Alas there are even flavours of Ubuntu … Anyway you certainly get a glimpse of the problem.
h-online.com: The PC-BSD developers have announced the release of version 7.1 – Galileo Edition of their open source operating system. PC-BSD 7.1 is based on the 7.2 Pre version of FreeBSD, an operating system derived from BSD UNIX that focuses on security and stability.
computerworlduk.com: Why the demise of proprietary software is creating a vacuum which is about to be filled... and we may not like it.
h-online.com: The Google Android Developers have announced the release of an "early look" of the Software Development Kit (SDK) for Android version 1.5. The new SDK provides a preview of the cupcake branch of the open source mobile platform and is based on the 2.6.27 Linux kernel.
ostatic.com/blog: Truth be told, I'm not sure I really get Cooliris, the browser plugin designed to enhance your photo and video browsing experience. Don't get me wrong, it's really cool, and fun, and now that it is officially available for Linux, I've spent way too much time fiddling around with it.
freesoftwaremagazine.com: Beginning Ubuntu LTS Server Administration From Novice to Professional aims to teach all you need to know to begin administering Ubuntu Server. The book covers installing, configuring and the systems administration tasks for Ubuntu Server Edition.
linux-mag.com: Ubuntu Server has one of the cleanest and easiest Linux distribution installers. However, in many cases, its designers choose to ignore security in favor of ease-of-use. The result? An install that is not secure by default.
blogs.zdnet.com: Perhaps the headline should be that Vista, Windows 7 and OS X are in decline—for Ubuntu.
tectonic.co.za: f you’re running a small business and you’re in the market for server, you might want to consider SME Server, a Linux distribution customised specifically for the small and medium sized business environment.
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freesoftwaremagazine.com: The project gNewSense started with the goal of creating a GNU/Linux distribution whose first priority is users’ freedom - even if this limits user comfort and hardware support. As a starting point Ubuntu’s operating system is used.
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pcmag.com: There are two major platforms: Apple and Windows, and Macs generally cost more than PCs. Thus ends the latest propagandistic report. But what about Linux?
penguiniplanetblog.blogspot: Not too long ago PCLinuxOS released two versions of the PCLOS 2009 distribution. One uses KDE 3.5, the Other uses Gnome 2.24.3. So, I was faced with a decision. Which would I choose?
linuxplanet.com: Microsoft wants you to believe that their products are all you should ever have. Apple has been around as long as Microsoft, and are known for making elegant, stylish, user-friendly computers and other products. There is a third option, and that is the one that I prefer-- nice friendly, stout Linux desktop systems.
danlynch.org/blog: The Arch fans are always really passionate and enthusiastic in describing it to me; so I figured it was high time I found out for myself. After many broken promises and much procrastination, I finally made it onto Arch Linux and that’s where I’ve been for the past couple of weeks now.
linuxdevices.com: MSI has announced a netbook that uses Intel's 1.66GHz Atom N280 processor and offers an optional TV tuner. The "Wind U123" has a 10-inch display, 80GB, 120GB, or 160GB hard disk drives, "EasyFace" security software, and available HSDPA.