|Story||Fedora 11, Meet The RPM Fusion Website||srlinuxx||21/07/2009 - 9:02pm|
|Story||openSUSE Weekly News, Issue 80||srlinuxx||21/07/2009 - 9:00pm|
|Story||Ross Turk on the SourceForge Community Awards||srlinuxx||21/07/2009 - 8:58pm|
|Story||Vietnamese netbook runs on bilingual Linux distro||srlinuxx||21/07/2009 - 8:12pm|
|Story||10 outstanding Linux backup utilities||srlinuxx||21/07/2009 - 8:11pm|
|Story||12 ideas Ubuntu should steal from Windows 7||srlinuxx||21/07/2009 - 5:31pm|
|Story||Linux's Thickening Waist Line||srlinuxx||21/07/2009 - 5:29pm|
|Story||I Like My File Systems Chunky: UnionsFS and ChunkFS||srlinuxx||21/07/2009 - 5:27pm|
|Story||Ubuntu App Store: Open for Business?||srlinuxx||21/07/2009 - 3:18pm|
|Story||A Hands on and Review of Ubuntu One||srlinuxx||21/07/2009 - 3:16pm|
The One Laptop per Child (OLPC) board of directors today announced that Quanta Computer Inc. of Taiwan was chosen as the original design manufacturer (ODM) for the $100 laptop project.
The decision was made after the board reviewed bids from several possible manufacturing companies.
Some observers contend that all the kinks are triggered by Korea’s heavy reliance on the proprietary Windows software. Instead, they argue the country should promote the use of open-source programs like Linux.
The use of Linux and other open source software in Australia and New Zealand is miles behind North America, according to tech research company Forrester.
So we have to admit that we didn't have high hopes for Linux Quick Fix Notebook; the title is uninspiring and makes it sound like another book promising expertise without effort. But this is far from the truth and, contrary to what we expected, this is a book that can easily be recommended.
When many other linux distributions were bogged down in dependency hell, Debian users were shielded from these problems owing to Debian's superior package handling capablities using apt-get.
Here I will explain how to go about using this package handling utility to get the results that you desire.
It all started, like most family fights, with a little incident that was blown out of proportion.
How much RAM does your PC have? If you run Windows XP, it is probably in the range of 512 MB to 1 GB. Older Windows versions will do the job with less than that, but as soon as you execute demanding applications or more than one application at a time, anything below 512 MB will likely translate into performance bottlenecks.
The government is planning to outlaw age discrimination in employment. Should I expect a rush of recruiters seeking my services as a result? Somehow I doubt it but there are some interesting opportunities around. Open source is one of the most interesting.
Novell Inc. Tuesday announced an agreement with the government of Switzerland to replace the software in 3,000 of its servers with the company's SUSE Linux operating system.
Lately, I have been hearing that Ubuntu is an easy Linux distribution to install and it is easier to install than Windows XP. I have even heard remarks that "My grandmother could install Ubuntu." With that being said, I did virtual installs of both Ubuntu Linux and Windows XP Professional with Service Pack 2 to see which one I felt was easier.
On the weekend of December 10th & 11th, a small group of nine KDE contributors met in Hamburg to work on quality assurance checks for KDE's code base.
The flap over the man who spoofed the Wikipedia with a bogus entry claiming a journalist was involved in both Kennedy assassinations and spent 13 years living in the Soviet Union is a powerful indictment of what I'm calling "open source" content.
Also: WIKIPEDIA: fitting the open source framework
Seems like everyone got tired of clawing at reach other and instead decided to get down to work last week. Moreover, not only was the acrimony factor way down, but also the helpful factor was way up. What a change!
Rounding off this patchy Monday, Icculus has issued updated retail patches for Unreal Tournament 2004 to bring the Linux and Mac OSX editions of Epic's multiplayer first-person shooter to version 3369-1.
I'm that odd guy who puts Linux on virtually everything, and will take something apart just because I can. My Linksys WRT54G runs Talisman from Sveasoft, my iPaq runs Familiar, and even my TiVos (DirecTiVo and Series 2) have been hacked up a bit. So what does a guy like me use for software tools?
Without tip-toeing around the matter, Linus Torvalds made his preference in the GNOME vs. KDE matter quite clear on the GNOME-usability list: "I personally just encourage people to switch to KDE.
There is a perception that Open Source products like the Linux operating system are rapidly replacing their paid-for commercial counterparts like Microsoft Windows.
CompAmerica (http://www.compamerica.com) announces a free operating system option for its PCs that it claims “bears a reasonable resemblance” to Microsoft Windows XP and can cohabitate with Microsoft Windows XP on the same PC.
To plug a hole in its intrusion-prevention product, eEye Digital Security may adopt the Clam AntiVirus project and improve the open-source software.
We got notified from the Linux Format (a printed magazine sold in UK newspaper stands) that they give their Hottest Pick award to klik. -- Woooohoo!