|Story||It Can Now be Cheaper to Shop Using Firefox||srlinuxx||17/07/2009 - 11:00am|
|Story||The Btrfs file system||srlinuxx||17/07/2009 - 10:58am|
|Story||Are You Afraid? You Will Be...||srlinuxx||17/07/2009 - 10:57am|
|Story||OpenSuSE, Ubuntu, Fedora, Mandriva Benchmarks||srlinuxx||17/07/2009 - 3:13am|
|Story||the home desktop, the the work station and the school desktop, oh my!||srlinuxx||17/07/2009 - 3:11am|
|Story||some howtos:||srlinuxx||17/07/2009 - 3:09am|
|Story||Mozilla Firefox 3.5.1 Released||poodles||17/07/2009 - 1:33am|
|Story||Open Source vs. Proprietary - Who Are The Real Zealots?||srlinuxx||16/07/2009 - 11:31pm|
|Story||A Tale of Open Source Cities (No Sims Included)||srlinuxx||16/07/2009 - 11:28pm|
|Story||Sidux 2009-02 (KDE)||srlinuxx||16/07/2009 - 11:27pm|
If Microsoft is the big cat prowling the Serengeti of software with its Windows operating system, companies that promote Linux are playing the part of elk, banding together in protective herds.
Say you have access to multiple links to the Internet, such as several wireless networks in range. Wouldn't it be nice to combine all that bandwidth into one big fat pipe for your downloading pleasure? Unfortunately it's not so easy.
It seems that openness is the key; whether this is in the form of commodity hardware which can be swapped out when it wears out, or open source software.
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With Thanksgiving upon us, let’s look at some of the open source tools and applications for which Linux pros are most thankful.
SOFTWARE giant Microsoft which also "makes mice" has admitted that it has had a few complaints about the stability of its super soaraway Xbox 360. One of our forum members, reported that his newly bought Xbox 360 keeps crashing.
The fear, uncertainty and doubt that has surrounded open source since its inception seems to be dissipating.
Don't you hate it when the word completion feature wants to finish your words for you? Or do you love it? Learn how to customize (or kill) Autocorrect in OOo and live in word-processing peace.
Once upon a time there was a packager from Texas whose rpms became so popular he had to make a distro to contain them. He searched high and low for most beautiful eye candy. He patched and pre-linked applications until they screamed with speed. He tweaked and compiled until they were stable. He added gui tools, drivers, and plugins until every user could work like a pro. He kept working on that distro, release after release, until this very day. That distro is known as PCLinuxOS, and the day version .92 was released, cries of joy were heard throughout the land as many microsoft slaves and linux grunts were set free. Free, free, free at last. Texstar has set us free.
A new free Open Source Enterprise magazine was launched today, built on and about Open Source.
Q3 2005 marked the tenth consecutive quarter of growth for the global server market. Growth of the Linux server sales continued to outpace Windows systems.
Microsoft has lashed out against UK security firm Computer Terrorism for publicising details about a software vulnerability in Internet Explorer before the vendor had had a chance to issue a patch.
I've posted my screenshots for my upcoming review of the newly released PCLinuxOS .92 to whet your appetite while I finish up the review.
Maybe you haven't used PHP yet because you aren't a programmer. Even if that's the case, there is still plenty of PHP that you could be using.
If you've ever automated any operations with Perl you'll most likely have written a small script or two, and then left them to run. But how do you know that your code is correct?
A Chinese laptop computer maker began making waves in the Korean market, selling its product at only 599,000 won (575 USD) by excluding the Microsoft Windows operating system.
Also: S.Korea delays ruling on Microsoft
EnGarde Secure Linux is a server-based distribution developed with security in mind. It comes with a minimal set of services so that the server is not unnecessarily exposed.
The struggle between Windows and the open source movement calls for epic metaphors, says Simon Moores, but the battle will be fought in the middle ground and can we really expect Linux to defeat the Empire there?
LinuxPlanet: Mark, is the command line dead?
No, not at all. For some people, for some tasks, it is easier and more straightforward to use a graphical interface.
Mozilla is doing something that no open-source Web browsing project has ever done before -- using independent filmmakers to spread the word about its next release.