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Story RIP, Aaron Swartz srlinuxx 15/01/2013 - 2:52am
Story Fedora 18 finally to be released with game-changing features srlinuxx 14/01/2013 - 11:35pm
Story Best Movie Collection Managers For Linux srlinuxx 14/01/2013 - 10:44pm
Story How Forking Perl 5 Could Work srlinuxx 14/01/2013 - 10:41pm
Story How to Overcome Common Ubuntu Hassles srlinuxx 14/01/2013 - 10:30pm
Story Fedora 17 Xfce Spin Review - eXtremely eXcellent srlinuxx 14/01/2013 - 10:28pm
Story DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 490 srlinuxx 14/01/2013 - 7:38pm
Story some odds & ends: srlinuxx 14/01/2013 - 7:36pm
Story The 10 oldest, significant open-source programs srlinuxx 14/01/2013 - 6:40am
Story some leftovers: srlinuxx 13/01/2013 - 7:47pm

some howtos:

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HowTos
  • OpenSSH SFTP chroot() with ChrootDirectory

  • HowTo: Get Disk, Partition And Folder Space Usage
  • Installing OpenOffice 2.4 on Ubuntu Gutsy
  • How to Install Safari, Internet Explorer, Opera on Ubuntu
  • Home Network Security- Part2 SNORT
  • Linux Networking 3: network bridge and bump in the wire
  • Maximise Linux Memory usage

Linux kernel community grows, but elite group remains

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Linux

linuxworld.com: While Linus Torvalds' name is synonymous with the Linux kernel, Al Viro's may be one day, too. Viro has contributed 1,571 changes to the kernel over the past three years.

Microsoft wasting no time rejoicing in its OOXML win

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Microsoft

Paula Rooney: Like it or not, Microsoft’s OOXML – now known as IS 29500 — has received the proper number of votes to become an ISO standard. And the Redmond, Washington company is wasting no time rejoicing the turnaround win.

Gentoo 2008.0_beta1 unleashed. No joke.

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Gentoo

gentoo.org: When we said "soon," even we didn't realize how soon it would be. 2008.0_beta1 is here. Your support and enthusiasm are greatly appreciated—thank you.

School districts serve up lessons in Linux

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Linux

computerworld.com.au: Windows may boast the lion's share of the desktop education market, but the economic and technical benefits of open source software has seen many schools and education institutions implement various flavours of Linux across their desktops and server back-ends.

Ubuntu Hardy: The latest and greatest or a total mess?

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Ubuntu

downloadsquad.com: Ubuntu has become so popular, so quickly, that it is almost synonymous with the word "Linux". Common wisdom holds that it is the easiest to use, simplest, and most stable Linux based OS out there, and that is is the best hope for "Linux on the Desktop". This reputation is a well earned one, but after trying out the latest beta of Ubuntu Hardy, due out this April, I can't help but wonder if they are getting a little careless.

Also: My first impressions of Ubuntu Hardy Heron (8.04) Beta

Hands on: What you need to run Linux

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Linux

whatpc.co.uk: Some people who are new to Linux want to install the operating system on an older, second computer, to try it out and see how they get on. Consequently, the question of the minimum specifications to run Linux frequently comes up. So what type of hardware do you need?

Mono to be renamed as Duo

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Software
Humor

itwire.com: The well-known open-source Microsoft imitation Mono has been renamed Duo to better reflect the project's intentions and purposes.

LLA announces new skill requirements and fees for Linux users

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Linux
Humor

linux.com: The LLA (Linux Liberation Army) announced today that it has adopted tough new rules governing all future Linux users. Driven by the escalating popularity of Linux and the accompanying surge in requests for support from new users, the LLA sees raising the barrier to further Linux adoption to be more than just a good idea, so it's now the law.

Ubuntu Linux Has Been Bought Out by the Big “M”!

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Ubuntu
Humor

ubuntulinuxhelp.com: In an unprecedented move, Microsoft Corp. has acquired all rights to the Ubuntu Linux operating system (OS). The announcement came after numerous series of private negotiation meetings.

kernel.org downtime due to upgrade to FreeBSD

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Linux
Humor

After much deliberation, research and argument in #korg (along with screaming matches between HPA and I over dinner) we are upgrading the kernel.org machines from Fedora Core 5 to FreeBSD 7.0.

GiMP User Manual 2.4.1 - Special Release

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GIMP
Humor

gimp.org: After four months of hard work we are proud to announce a special release of the user manual for GIMP. This release features a significant change in the internationalization strategy of the user manual.

Acid 3: Opera first to 106

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Software
Humor

my.opera.com: While working on the last few remaining issues we have with the Acid3 test, one of our testers discovered an easter egg in the test. Over the weekend our developers have hunted down more of them and worked around the clock to improve our score.

The Open Source Initiative looks forward to working with Microsoft

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OSS
Humor

opensource.org: As you can see, there have been some changes here at the Open Source Initiative. We've decided to stop fighting Microsoft and join them. After all, Microsoft has been using, maintaining, and distributing Open Source software for years now.

Google Seeks to Organize All of Human Ignorance

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Google
Humor

blogs.pcworld: Having organized all of human knowledge, Google has announced plans to organize all of human ignorance. Admittedly, human ignorance is vast -- perhaps unlimited – but our goal is to organize all of it. Consistent with our mobile strategy, we aim to provide anytime, anywhere ignorance.

Also: Introducing Gmail Custom Time
And: Announcing Project Virgle

yesterday's leftovers

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News
  • Future Open Source Superstars

  • Making the World Safe for Commercial Open Source
  • Adobe Joins Linux Foundation But Forgets About Flash for Linux
  • KDE Commit-Digest for 23rd March 2008
  • Cloudsmith: A Hint of the Future
  • Mandriva and Novatice Technologies present Edutice
  • DRI2 Direct Rendering Now Available
  • 5 Excellent Firefox Extensions to Manage your Bookmarks

Comparison of CSS compatibility on IE, Firefox, Safari and Opera

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Software

builderau.com.au: Ever since CSS was first introduced there have been issues with cross-browser compatibility. To see where things stand now with the latest versions of Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari and Opera, I conducted some tests using a selection of CSS pseudo-classes.

some ubuntu stuff

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Ubuntu
  • Small Business on Ubuntu

  • Ubuntu on the Eee: Way Cool!
  • A Blast from the Past
  • Ryan Orsers’ Review Of Ubuntu Hardy Heron (8.04)
  • Farewell Windows, Hello Ubuntu

Who Writes Linux? There Are a Lot of Unknowns

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Linux

internetnews.com: In the beginning, there was Linus Torvalds, a single developer who put together the original Linux kernel. Fast forward to 2008 and Torvalds is no longer the lone Linux developer.

Kubuntu Hippy Horse Released

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Ubuntu
Humor

kubuntu.org: The Kubuntu team is hilariously happy to announce "8.04 Hippy Horse OMeGa pONEy". New features include KDE 4, Automatix, and New artwork.

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