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|Blog entry||first ticket||srlinuxx||4||29/05/2011 - 7:38am|
|Story||The Perfect Server - Fedora 15 x86_64 [ISPConfig 3]||falko||29/05/2011 - 7:09am|
|Story||today's leftovers:||srlinuxx||29/05/2011 - 3:33am|
|Story||some howtos:||srlinuxx||29/05/2011 - 3:26am|
|Story||Heart of Linux - part 2||srlinuxx||29/05/2011 - 3:19am|
|Story||Five cool KDE widgets for your desktop||srlinuxx||28/05/2011 - 9:23pm|
|Story||Why Linux cleanup utilities are dangerous||srlinuxx||28/05/2011 - 9:21pm|
|Story||Canonical and Ubuntu Needs to Settle Down||srlinuxx||28/05/2011 - 9:20pm|
|Story||openSUSE Weekly News, Issue 177 is out||srlinuxx||28/05/2011 - 9:18pm|
|Story||SimplyMEPIS 11 - My First Experience with MEPIS, Ever||srlinuxx||28/05/2011 - 6:01pm|
linuxhaxor.net: I wanted to write 5 reasons to dump windows over linux, but soon I was so overwhelmed by rush of reasons that I could find, that I ended up making a list of 50 reasons.
linux.com: One of the first things many decision-makers want for any given software product is a roadmap, so they can plan around releases. However, the Linux kernel is and always has been bereft of a roadmap. To counter this, the Linux Foundation announced today that it is offering a Linux Weather Forecast to help provide some guidance to developers and organizations that need to know where the kernel is going.
Linux Journal: In contrast to HP's printer division, the laptop division has almost no awareness whatsoever of non-Windows operating systems. Coming to the store armed with an Ubuntu Live CD, I eventually settled on an HP Pavilion dv2410ca. A quick investigation showed that the laptop could boot Live CDs for the latest versions of Debian and Ubuntu.
- Nice Awn mock up
- Firefox 3 gets smooth tab scrolling
- KDE4 Rev 680445 - Dolphin File Manager Preview
- I Choose Debian Lenny Over Ubuntu
- Howto restrict su command to superuser only in Linux
- New Scribus Icon
Use Secure Shell (SSH) to run commands on remote UNIX systems and, with some simple scripts, put together a system that enables you to manage many systems simultaneously from one machine without having to log in directly to the machines themselves.
/home/liquidat: Richard Hughes recently proposed to use D-Bus to abstract the package management solutions for Linux. He implemented the abstraction in the “PackageKit” layer and showed a working GUI.
The 22.214.171.124 stable kernel update has been released. There's a number of fixes in here, one of which is security-related. "This release has a few bugfixes so all users of the 2.6.22 series are encouraged to update to it. Especially people with laptops, they will appreciate the power savings in this release."
eWeek: Many Linux distributions can run large Web sites, but are you prepared to bet your online business on a free Linux distribution? eWEEK IT expert Stephane Saux, IT director at the San Francisco Chronicle, has some answers.
Penguin Pete: There are many ways to answer the questions of a technology newbie. Sometimes it is appropriate to respond in detail, sometimes it is appropriate to tell them that they would be better served by Reading That Fabled Manual or making friends with Google... and sometimes there are people who are beyond any help, at all, at all.
linux.com: System administrators need to secure their systems while avoiding locking them down so strictly that they become useless. Bastille is a software tool that eases the process of hardening a Linux system, giving you the choice of what to lock down and what not to, depending on your security requirements.
Debian Administration: Drupal is an excellent free software content management system, written in PHP. It's a good choice if you have to build a new site for non-technical users or customers.
Exactly 10 years ago, on 15th August 1997, Miguel de Icaza started his first announcement about GNOME Desktop project with this words: "We want to develop a free and complete set of user friendly applications and desktop tools, similar to CDE and KDE but based entirely on free software."
beranger: Everything *NIX, from GNU/Linux to *BSD, has some overengineered or underengineered concepts that don't fit that well with a desktop or laptop usage. A short list.
matt hartley: Behold the vast and sprawling feast of open source downloads. Incredible, ain’t it? Armed with little more than an Internet connection and some extra space on your hard drive, a rich cornucopia awaits you.
still don’t have a title: Firefox is constantly gaining marked share (especially here in Europe) and it’s little not-yet-so-popular brother Thunderbird is evolving too. I’m concerned that the quality of their software (especially Firefox under Linux) has decreased in the last months. Here are my top 5 annoyances.
matt asay: Tim believes that open source, at least as defined by open-source licensing, has a short shelf-life that will be consumed by Web 2.0 by proprietary software vendors. In other words, why don't I just give up, sell out, and go home?
the inquirer: MAKER OF the Open Sauce Ubuntu software, Cannonical had to shut down five of the eight of its servers after receiving reports that they were attacking other servers.
broeksema.dev: Yesterday was the big day. After a package update of my Gentoo system, which took way too long anyway, libexpat seemed to get an update also. What's the deal?
techpersona: On September 15, 2007, 1 month from today, there will be a very positive outreach to the masses by an organization that believes in the freedom of software. This outreach will be targeted at the world to educate the masses and thank the people who make it possible.
We have today released 9.23, which mainly addresses the issues found with Mozilla's fuzzer, but also fixed a stability issue with Speed Dial.