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howtos:

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HowTos
  • Drastically Speed up your Linux System with Preload

  • Installing NetBeans 6.0 on Ubuntu-7.10
  • Working with Songbird and wma files
  • How to change apache2 default charset in Ubuntu
  • How to Create a custom keyboard shortcut in Ubuntu
  • Speed up QEMU with KVM
  • Generate a graph using Gruff
  • How to change apache2 default charset in Ubuntu

Open source gains business credibility

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OSS

silicon.com: The use of open source is on the rise in the corporate IT environment as organisations look to cut the cost of developing and using software.

few howtos:

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HowTos
  • Ubuntu; Workspace moving

  • Creating DVD Movies with Ubuntu
  • How to: Easy Remote Access Connection to Ubuntu
  • Sopcast with GUI and sop:// URLs in Ubuntu
  • Howto: Request A Package For Ubuntu
  • Setting up a bazaar server

Wubi arrives: a look at Ubuntu 8.04 alpha 5

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Ubuntu

arstechnica.com: The Ubuntu development community has announced that the fifth Ubuntu 8.04 prerelease is now available for testing. Ubuntu 8.04 alpha 5 adds additional polish and reliability as well as a few intriguing new features. We tested alpha 5 to get a first look at the new features in action and to see how it compares to alpha 4.

Bootchart: boot profiling

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Software

debaday.debian.net: On a recent vacation my laptop boot time (>4 min.) started getting on my nerves. I resolved to enjoy the vacation but fix things on my return. At home a few minutes with Google brought bootchart to my attention.

Interview with Tristan Nitot, President, Mozilla Europe

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Interviews
Moz/FF

groklaw: This is Sean Daly reporting for Groklaw. I'm at FOSDEM 1 in Brussels, and I'm seated here with Tristan Nitot who is president of Mozilla Europe. I would like to ask you a few questions. First of all, could you tell me how many Mozilla developers are here in Brussels this weekend?

Stallman relinquishing reins of GNU Emacs after 32 years

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Software

networkworld.com: After more than three decades of work, the message from Richard Stallman, creator of the GNU Emacs text editor and keeper of its flame since 1976, couldn't possibly have been more matter of fact: Stefan and Yidong offered to take over, so I am willing to hand over Emacs development to them.

Open Source Coders Keep Open Mind About Microsoft

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Microsoft
OSS

pcworld.com: After hearing Microsoft's pledge to open the code for many of its applications and perusing at least some of the first documentation, reaction in the open-source community is varied.

Linux software that sux

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Software

ipozgaj.blogspot: OpenOffice - Good for writing small documents, 50 pages at most. I wrote my diploma thesis in OOo and it was a painful experience. The funniest thing was when I tried to turn the changes tracking on document with 70 pages.

The true cost of one laptop per child

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OLPC

itwire.com: Late last year Uruguay landed its first shipment of 100,000 units of the much lauded, sometimes criticised XO laptop from the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) organisation. The question is, however, can the likes of Peru, Mexico, Ethiopia, Haiti, Rwanda, Mongolia and a myriad of other impoverished countries stump up with the cash needed to join the OLPC bandwagon?

Network Diagnostic Tool (NDT) On Ubuntu 7.10 Server

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Ubuntu
HowTos

This guide will walk you through the setup process for implementing NDT running under Ubuntu 7.10 Server. For those unfamiliar with NDT, it is a network performance testing application.

today's leftovers

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News
  • Clear screen without losing the current command

  • KDE4 : Removing the annoying Konsole beeps
  • Howto Monitor SMART and sensor data with Munin
  • Savage 2 Linux beta client coming within weeks
  • Radeon Driver Gets Textured Video (Xv)
  • OSS R500 Driver Gets Textured Video Too
  • Yahoo could be Microsoft’s ‘prove it’ moment on open source interoperability
  • Android Code Day: gateway to a new kind of application
  • KDE 4 on old hardware
  • More Mepis
  • Testing the Linux Waters
  • Wet, Miserable and Linux
  • This Is Why I Love Linux So Much!
  • My Computer Lab nearly ready
  • Tips from a PCLinuxOS User on Buying a PC and Using an OS

Kubuntu 7.10 Review.

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Reviews

I have been a fan of (K)Ubuntu since ages. It goes back to the 5.x days. I have been using the 6.06 LTS till now. I like the LTS concept and would definitely try to stick with that.

My Review of Ubuntu 7.10 Gutsy Gibbon

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Ubuntu

thegreatbitbucket.com: Ubuntu is an extremely popular Linux distribution. As usual, the servers got clogged with traffic from all the users trying to download Ubuntu all at once. After letting my Ubuntu installation sit for a while, I decide to write a review of it now.

Have Lunch with Bruce Perens at Stanford

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OSS

technocrat.net: Bruce Perens will speak at Stanford University on Thursday, March 6th, 2008, from 12:00 to 1:30. Perens will show how Open Source software is often the most effective strategy for creating and utilizing new innovation.

KDE Commit-Digest for 17th February 2008

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KDE

In this week's KDE Commit-Digest: Configuration and layout work in Plasma. A whole load of Plasma backports from trunk to the KDE 4.0 branch (for KDE 4.0.2). Plasma applets begin to be ported to use WebKit from Qt 4.4. Color blindness simulation for KMag. Optimisations in Kalzium, Amarok, and KGet.

The Worst Linux Distro of 2007

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Linux

rad-box.com: Another year has passed in the Open Source Community and there has been many Successes. In this review I shall pick my top 2 (out of the 23 tested) worst Linux Distros for 2007.

Book Review: "Beginning Ubuntu Server Administration: From Novice to Professional”

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outflux.net/blog: Apress was kind enough to send me a copy of their new book “Beginning Ubuntu Server Administration: From Novice to Professional” by Sander van Vugt. Overall, I was very impressed with this book — it was well written, filled with applicable examples, covered a wide range of topics, and provided background for people new to Ubuntu or Linux in general.

Nokia N800 + Flash Player = Perfect Video Blogging tool, or not

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aralbalkan.com: Both the Eee PC (at least the 4GB model I have) and the N800 have internal web cams and WiFi. So, budding video bloggers, grab your N800s, connect to Seesmic, and start vlogging away. Not so fast. They're a slight niggle.

What’s holding desktop Linux back?

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Linux

onceupondesign.com: I know that this subject has been hacked up by people all over the internet, but now it’s my turn. I’ve been using Ubuntu on my laptop for a few months now and I think it’s great. I had to ask myself, “What’s holding desktop Linux back?”

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