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Story Linux needs its eyes wide open srlinuxx 19/02/2010 - 3:05am
Story The 'year of the Linux desktop' has passed srlinuxx 19/02/2010 - 1:01am
Story Ubuntu Linux is not suitable for you if... srlinuxx 19/02/2010 - 1:00am
Story CoverGloobus 1.6 "WOW!" lives up to its name srlinuxx 19/02/2010 - 12:56am
Story Top 10 Open-Source Server Technologies You Need to Know srlinuxx 19/02/2010 - 12:54am
Story CentOS, I had to try it srlinuxx 6 18/02/2010 - 9:57pm
Story A Bash Primer srlinuxx 18/02/2010 - 8:50pm
Story Mozilla, that the internet should be public, open and accessible srlinuxx 18/02/2010 - 8:49pm
Story LXDE - the cure for what ails our older PCs srlinuxx 18/02/2010 - 8:46pm
Story Please say Fedora srlinuxx 18/02/2010 - 8:42pm

Is Linux getting Comdex-ed?

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Linux

The buzz on the Linuxworld show floor has yet to reach Comdex levels (circa the mid 1990s), or even those of a good 1997 Internet World. But booths now fill the Moscone Center floor, and some of them – IBM, Novell, Intel, Oracle, HP, AMD, Motorola — are starting to scale.

Also: Podcast: What's hot, what's not, at LinuxWorld 2006

European food giant chooses Open Source Identity Management

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OSS

One of Europe's most successful private companies has chosen Open Source software to control its pan-European network. Kepak Group has asked Sirius Corporation to deploy an OpenLDAP-based Identity Management solution to serve its 2000 staff based in Ireland, France, Spain, Italy, Germany and the UK.

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Novell's giant killer: Suse Linux Enterprise Desktop 10

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Reviews
SUSE

I'm rather impressed. Suse Linux Enterprise Desktop (SLED) 10 is designed to do just that – impress the user from the start, with a smooth and (mostly) simple experience that will satisfy the secretary through to the MD. It does still have some areas to work on, however.

How To Create Cool Effects in a Terminal

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HowTos

I've spent a fair amount of time working with Debian so I'm used to opening a terminal, switching to root and typing apt-get update. One thing about the default terminal though is that it's boring. Just black text on a white background. Fortunately, you don't have to live with it if you don't want to. It's easy to customize the terminal's appearance to suit your fancy.

System encryption on Debian Etch

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HowTos

In this article I will describe how to setup a nearly complete encrypted system using Debian Etch and cryptsetup with LUKS. The goal is: encrypt all partitions except /boot.

The Linux Equation

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Linux

For a long time, it's been a given that anything on our Web site that includes the word "Linux" will generate an extra-special amount of reader traffic. But I never dreamed this week's LinuxWorld conference track on "Linux in the Channel" would be sold out—more than five times the anticipated attendees registered.

Book Review: Web Design in a Nutshell - A Desktop Quick Reference

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Reviews

I found the book "Web Design In A Nutshell - A Quick Desktop Reference" authored by Jennifer Niederst Robbins and published by O'Reilly to be a one of a kind book in that it covers all the important concepts right from HTML 4.1 to XHTML, CSS, Java Script and much more.

A Quick Look at that Windows site's Linux Distro

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When I read of this Windows site working on their own Linux distribution, not only did I wonder why, but I also wondered what it might be like. It was stated that it was based on Morphix, so that was a clue, but I still wanted to take a quick look. I share my quick look with you.

Woohoo! Slackware Linux 11.0 RC1 Released!

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Slack

The long development process of Slackware Linux 11.0 is about to conclude - that's according to Patrick Volkerding who has declared the "current" tree as RC1: "There are still a few changes yet to happen, but let's call this Slackware 11.0 release candidate 1." Other recent changes include upgrade to stable kernel 2.4.33; upgrade to udev 097, and rebuild of glibc 2.3.6 for both 2.4.33 and 2.6.16.27 kernels. The new release will ship with X.Org 6.9.0 and KDE 3.5.4, and will provide SeaMonkey instead of Mozilla.

Novell and Red Hat spat over Xen

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Software

Novell's chief technology officer, Markus Rex, has hit back at criticism that the company included an unstable Xen virtualisation environment in its new Linux server, pointing to support from hardware partners.

Doubts dog anonymous Thinkpad code for Linux kernel

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Linux

DOUBTS have arisen over lines of code an anonymous submitter sent to the Linux kernel mailing list on August 6th. The programmer is hiding behind a pseudonym, Shem Multinymous. Fellow Kernel programmers are divided over accepting the code or not.

Open Source Eyes Telecom

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OSS

The open-source movement might not be making Cisco Systems Inc. nervous yet, but it's definitely intent on becoming a serious factor in the networking sphere.

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CLI Magic: Enhance your YouTube viewing pleasure

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HowTos

Publishing your own video on YouTube, or watching other people's videos, is all the rage these days. Why are we talking about YouTube, in a column about the CLI? Because this week we're writing about youtube-dl, a clever little CLI tool that's easy to install and and use to fetch YouTube videos.

Thailand Plans 1 Free Laptop Per Child

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OLPC

Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra has announced that an ambitious project to provide low-cost laptop computers to all of Thailand's millions of elementary school students will begin in October.

The U.S.-based "One Laptop per Child" project aims to deliver up to 30 computers to Thailand in October and 500 more in November, Thaksin said in a nationwide radio broadcast on Saturday.

'Honest' open source licence aims to close GPL loophole

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An Open source entrepreneur has published a new 'Honest Public Licence' (HPL) that aims to close loopholes which let firms offering hosted applications escape key stipulations of the General Public License (GPL).

Windows Site Linux Distro Reaches 0.3

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Linux

Tech news and discussions website, Neowin.net, has started developing it’s own distribution of Linux, titled Shift, which has just reached version 0.3.

Linux Collaboration: All About The Apps

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Software

For years, pundits have proclaimed that the Linux Desktop is coming, and yet it was still lacking in some of the critical collaboration apps that enterprises rely on. Some have argued that without key collaboration applications that can interface with Microsoft's Exchange, enterprises won't adopt Linux. That's going to change this year.

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