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|Story||Open Source Developers Promise New API for Dovecot Email Data||Roy Schestowitz||28/07/2014 - 10:54am|
|Story||Salix Openbox 14.1||Roy Schestowitz||28/07/2014 - 10:32am|
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|Story||DARPA-derived secure microkernel goes open source tomorrow||Rianne Schestowitz||28/07/2014 - 8:12am|
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go2linux.org: One thing I really like about GNU/Linux operating system, is that it has a lot of utilities. One of those utilities is bc a handy calculator, with it you can perform easy calculations, or perform complicated calculus, you can even define your own functions.
techradar.com: KDE 4.1, launched at the end of July 2008, became the first release we could heartily recommend. But KDE is still KDE, and that means that many of its best features are undocumented and undisclosed. By uncovering KDE's hidden options you can make a real difference to the way you work.
This tutorial shows how you can set up a Debian Lenny desktop that is a full-fledged replacement for a Windows desktop, i.e. that has all the software that people need to do the things they do on their Windows desktops.
- Songbird, music player that wants to do everything, loses CEO
- Gcompmgr: Graphical front end for Xcompmgr Composite Window Manager
- Arch + Openbox: February screenshots
- Subpixel Font Rendering in Linux
- FLOSS Weekly 57: XBMC
- Treasures beyond measure
- A plea for hidden rulers in OOo Writer
- OpenOffice Header Annoyances
- Another Game Being Ported To Linux
- Linux Can Be More Than Your Desktop; It Can Be Your Back Up
- Elive Gem (1.0) Distribution Brief
- Finnix 92.1 Brief
- Mozilla presentation at SCALE 2009
- Government Saves Billions Using Open Source Software. Really?
- Linux Cartoon Roundup
- More Linux Comics
- Compare two files in Linux and find the differences
- How to convert the search field into a button in the Opera Search panel?
- How to finding out which directory is the largest on your device
- Get Awesome
- How to tether AT&T's Fuze phone to Ubuntu Linux
- quick and dirty distcc
- How to: Install R on Debian from the CRAN repositories
- Getting your scanner to work with Ubuntu (gt68xx)
- Merging Mkdir and Cd
pclinuxosuser.blogspot: I've always like the first release of PCe17OS although at first, I had a slight problem with changing to my user login. It was beautiful and it was beautiful. However, I can't truly say the same for the second.
linuxondesktop.blogspot: I have been over the past 3 years writing about all these nifty little tools and applications that makes your life on Ubuntu simple and better, also allowing you to configure your Ubuntu installation easily.
silentcoder.co.za: So here’s an interesting one… since installing that latest NVidia driver on my desktop partition, all my movies started playing with their colors all wrong.
bekirserifoglu.wordpress: Long-awaited “Lenny” has finally been out! After 22 months of development, Debian development team announced the official release of Debian GNU/Linux 5.0 on 14th of February as planned and the very same day I installed and tested it on my laptop.
ericsbinaryworld.com/blog: I’ve already reviewed some distros based off of Slackware such as Zenwalk and Slax. Along the way I’ve come to learn about some of the appeal of Slackware and why people would base distributions off of it. However, it does have a reputation as a very hard distro to install.
blog.hydrasystemsllc: For those of us who have traveled outside of the world of Microsoft Windows and into UNIX-like operating systems, we should already be somewhat familiar with the X Window System. Some of us even understand its full potential. Over the years, I have grown really fond of one specific command line utility and that is xrandr.
byzantineroads.info: One of the reasons Newcomers to Linux are scared off is the sheer number of choice. So Let’s take a look at one popular branch and see if we an figure some stuff out.
oreilly.com: In most current Linux distributions if you plug in a piece of removable media an icon pops up on the desktop and/or a file manager window opens. This is accomplished by the HAL. VL-Hot, developed for Vector Linux provides an alternative that doesn't require continuous hardware polling.
phoronix.com: Being worked on as part of Mandriva's next Linux distribution update is a technology they are referring to as Speedboot. In essence, the user is logging into their Linux desktop even before the system is fully booted. We have some timed results of Mandriva's Speedboot along with videos showing the differences.
smspillaz.wordpress: So considering that compiz++ is now master and my patches haven’t been maintained in a while, a lot of you might be wondering what is going on with input redirection and MPX.
ocmodshop.com: This article will discuss the differences between the Linux and Windows operating softwares; we discuss some of the pros and cons of each system.
markshuttleworth.com: Thanks to the concerted efforts of Martin Pitt, Sebastien Bacher and several others, notify-osd and several related components landed in Jaunty last week. Notify-OSD handles both application notifications and keyboard special keys like brightness and volume.
linuxgeeksunited.blogspot: New versions of Linux distributions are churned out at a remarkable pace. Not only are new distros popping up all the time, but updates to existing distros are always up and coming as well.
pclinuxosuser.blogspot: I have a group of friends who visited me in campus, and Marvin S. Tan brought his elegant ASUS laptop with him. Whatever for? To install PCLinuxOS, of course.