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Ubuntu Holiday Give Away 2005

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Linux

To continue a tradition started last year, members of the Ubuntu Community have created a Holiday Give Away wiki page. The goal of that effort is to try to provide people with Ubuntu CDs in time for the Holidays in December.

10 things you should do to prepare a new Linux installation

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Linux

No matter which Linux distribution you choose, there are at least 10 things you do to properly prepare the operating system for day-to-day operation.

Understanding LAMP

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OSS

If you're at all familiar with open source software, chances are you've heard the phrase "LAMP stack" at some point. You may even know what it stands for. But do you know what LAMP actually is?

Open source to be part of engg curriculum

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OSS

A three-year project to include open source subjects such as Python programming and the Linux kernel is being funded by the Department of Information Technology. Aiding the academia is the city's Free and Open Source Software event, FOSS.in 2005.

Small businesses using more open source

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OSS

The unique set of circumstances led Kevin Mauldin to a costly conclusion: The company needed to upgrade its entire computer network for four metro-area showrooms and a warehouse. Mauldin opted to pursue a low-cost solution that met his criteria: an "open-source" platform.

What good is a Linux study?

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Linux

It's the same as with any corporate study. It must influence the future direction of the enterprise. If it gets filed, or just gets used in marketing, it's not really worthwhile.

LinkSys courts Linux hackers with WRT54G"L"

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Hardware

LinkSys is shipping a Linux-based WRT54GL model that it says it created specially for Linux hobbyists, hackers, and aficianados. The L version is identical to the "series 4" WRT54G units that Linux hobbyists have long enjoyed hacking, according to the company.

Underground Desktop 021 - it rocks!

Yes, I am really excited about this one! Underground Desktop 021 might be an early development version, but it already works very well, and that despite using some really cutting edge features:

Linux Christmas Gift Ideas

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Linux

This led me to thinking what would be my list to recommend those that may want to surprise a Linux enthusiast. Now, of course, price is always a concern during the Christmas season so we will keep that in mind.

Phoronix: Nonux v2.0 Screenshots

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Linux

Nonux is a Dutch Linux distribution, a combined live and installation CD based on Slackware and GNOME. Phoronix has the screenshots.

At Novell, Too Soon to Celebrate

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Misc

A last-minute deal helps the troubled software company top quarterly sales expectations, but that success doesn't mean it's out of the woods.

New Apache aims to please

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Software

The Apache Software Foundation today released a major new version of its flagship Web server software, claiming improvements in a number of areas such as the ability to handle large files and better support for SQL-type databases.

Install KDE 3.5 on Ubuntu Breezy 5.10

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HowTos

For those Ubuntu loyalists who need the latest, greatest software on their computers, KDE 3.5 is available for Ubuntu 5.10 (Breezy). Just follow these easy steps:

2008 Olympics plans open source migration

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OSS

The 2008 Beijing Olympic Games could switch to a cost-saving open source technology platform under proposals to be considered by the International Olympic Committee (IOC).

Creating appealing video software demos in Linux

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HowTos

Just as a screenshot is a picture of a user's screen, a screencast is essentially a movie of what a user sees on his monitor. And if a picture is worth a thousand words, a movie is worth a thousand pictures.

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Apache 2.2.0 Released

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Software

The Apache HTTP Server Project is proud to announce the release of version 2.2.0 of the Apache HTTP Server ("Apache").

Massachusetts softens anti-Microsoft stance

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OSS

Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney appears to be having second thoughts about abandoning Microsoft Corp. software on state computers in favor of a rival open-source format.

Flock Gains Traction with Downloads

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Software

Flock, the new Web browser which aggregates services no other browser has yet been able to provide, has attracted widespread user attention with its first beta version after only six weeks in release.

Smooth Sailing

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Linux

Hoss has been using the open-source Linux operating system since 1999. He says he switched from Microsoft Windows to Linux because of the latter's lower cost and superior stability.

"Linux is cheap. Linux is stable. It'd take a lot to sway me away from Linux."

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