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linuxplanet.com: It is time to take a break from Linux commands and have some fun playing computer games. Luckily, the open source software community offers many gaming and educational choices among the other applications.
Here's a nice Linux command line Twitter and FriendFeed tip.
yabblog.com: Have you ever wondered who are the people behind Ubuntu, Debian, Slackware,..? Stop wondering and have a look at faces behind popular Linux Distros.
Mandriva's Adam W: Canonical is a privately-held company. It has no external shareholders and is not listed on any stock exchange. This means it has no legal obligation to provide any information to the public about its assets, liabilities, revenues, costs, or anything at all along those lines.
tgdaily.com: Today, hard core Linux users were able to view for the first time some of nifty GUI features in Microsoft's next generation desktop operation system - Windows 7. The only significant feature Linux doesn't already include natively in its many free versions is multi-touch.
- How to listen to your XM Radio on OpenSUSE 11, the "easy" way
- Share Ubuntu folders with Windows (samba)
- Manipulating CD/DVD images with AcetoneISO2
- Bash: Piping to a Shell Script
- Use DropBox to seamlessly sync files
- Ubuntu: Change Sensitivity of the Synaptics Touchpad
- Setup a Rsync server on Gentoo
- Audacity Tutorial part 2 – applying effects
- 50+ Resources For Your Linux Setup/Desktop/Machine/Brain
kevincarmony.blogspot: As many of you know, I have used my blog as a resource to bring to light the questionable actions of Michael Robertson, and to go public with his treatment of employees and shareholders. Today I was served with a lawsuit by Michael Robertson in an effort to obscure my blog and impede my freedom of speech.
pindablog.wordpress: You might have seen the screencast about extenders in the commit-digest of a couple of weeks ago. While not much features have been added since, I have applied quite some polish. Not only in the form of bugfixes, but also in the form of a fresh new look, designed by Pinheiro.
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- Is open source old news?
- Help me! I use Open Source
- Hard questions at the heart of open source security
- The 10 lamest Firefox add-ons
- FireFox 3 Add-ons Recommendation List
- Firefox Add-ons - Manage browser add-ons in centralized manner
- Linux-Based Instant-On Trend Spreads Out
- The Race to Instant-On Computers Begins
- Could Linux be the key to instant-on for Windows laptops?
itwire.com: 2008 has been the year of the netbook. Since the surprise runaway success of the ASUS Eee Linux PC in 2007 there has been a surge of hardware vendors joining in. Yet MSI users have poo-pooed the use of Linux on these systems. I disagree. Here's why Linux netbooks are the future.
- 10 Essential Applications Included in Ubuntu 8.10 Intrepid Ibex
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- 15 Beautiful Ubuntu Wallpapers for a Sleeker Intrepid Ibex
- Ubuntu 8.10 better than Fedora 10?
- Searching for package information on Debian and Ubuntu systems
- Close but no cigar for me and Ubuntu on my Eee PC
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earthweb.com: Personal abuse, quotes taken out of context, misrepresentations, outright lies -- if you have any visibility in the free and open source software (FOSS) community, the chances are that you regularly face all these kinds of attacks. I suggest that community members voluntarily subscribe to a code of conduct to create a frame of reference in which the abuse can be countered and judged.
computingtech.blogspot: While different Linux systems will add different logos, choose some different software components to include, and have different ways of installing and configuring Linux, most people who become used to Linux can move pretty easily from one Linux to another. There are a few reasons for this:
reghardware.co.uk: Episode Two This is a series about the Linux OS on netbooks, but we need to remind ourselves that these devices aren't personal computers. Netbooks are essentially machines you work through, out into the Cloud.
linuxformat.co.uk: Open source/Free Software often gets a bad rap for innovation. It just copies commercial software, right? Not so, as Neil Bothwick explains -- from eye candy to the internet, FOSS has pioneered new technologies and ways of working...
pcmech.com: "Linux" and "Slower" never fall within the same sentence, but they do now. To calm the masses out there, no, Ubuntu 8.10 will not be a crawling nightmare of computer slowness. Reading the article about the benchmark testing just goes to prove that the other shoe has finally dropped, so to speak.
helpforlinux.blogspot: Few weeks ago I reviewed Exaile and have been so impressed with it that it has replaced Amarok as the default music player on my Ubuntu. So I hunted around a bit to talk to its lead developer - Adam Olsen about Exaile. He promised me that there are some great things to come in future versions. Read on to find out more: