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|Story||A Nicely-Built 40-Core Raspberry Pi Cluster||Roy Schestowitz||19/02/2014 - 8:38am|
|Story||Classic Desktops, KDE Changes, and Photoshop||Rianne Schestowitz||19/02/2014 - 8:37am|
|Story||Usability and Open Source||Rianne Schestowitz||19/02/2014 - 8:29am|
|Story||Dear Adobe: Make Software for Linux Too||Roy Schestowitz||19/02/2014 - 8:16am|
|Story||Sony Xperia Z2 tablet specs leaked||Roy Schestowitz||19/02/2014 - 8:05am|
|Story||Evolve OS - an Upcoming Linux Distribution Featuring a New Desktop Environment||Rianne Schestowitz||19/02/2014 - 12:07am|
|Story||New SliTaz GNU/Linux 5.0 Cooking Release Features Linux Kernel 3.2.53||Rianne Schestowitz||19/02/2014 - 12:01am|
|Story||HowTo watch TV on your Linux pc||Rianne Schestowitz||18/02/2014 - 11:54pm|
|Story||Debunking four myths about Android, Google, and open-source||Rianne Schestowitz||18/02/2014 - 11:47pm|
|Story||YaCy Team Celebrates Successful Campaign||Rianne Schestowitz||18/02/2014 - 11:39pm|
- Coverity's open source code audit efforts are funded by the US government (video)
- DebConf8 Streams
- Interview with Andrew Tanenbaum, Creator of MINIX
- Ubuntu Community Interview: Alan Pope
- Olympic concept KDE 4.1 theme preview
- Review: Powermanga 0.90
- Ubuntu on Fujitsu Siemens ST5112
- Manage HD partitions with GParted
- How to show apt log history
- Short tip: Moving files on sshfs mounts
- Gentoo: Banshee with iPod flag; podsleuth
- Linux Journal's Linuxworld Pix
- Linux and Unix Humor With The Operator From Hell
PCLinuxOS Magazine, August 2008 (Issue 24) is available to download. Some highlights include: Linux Media Players - Part 1, Alphabet of programming languages, and Chapter 4 - Kde User Guide.
blog.ibeentoubuntu: Just after 2.22 was released, I took a look at the upcoming Gnome release, and I said, for probably the fifth time, that I wish Empathy and Telepathy would make it into Gnome, but that it wasn't going to happen because
internetnews.com: The network file system (NFS) protocol is getting its biggest overhaul in more than a decade, and the results could be profound for end users.
blog.eracc.com: As many a Linux user that follows posts on USENET and other online forums can attest there are Linux Haters out there. Typically these Linux Haters tend to promulgate specific myths about Linux. One of these myths is that software is hard to install on Linux.
neoclust.free.fr/blog: Saturday was the day of the meeting of the KDE Team on mandriva Labs. We discussed about the current state of our KDE4 and we took some decisions.
blog.wired.com: The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority filed a suit in federal court on Friday seeking a temporary restraining order to prevent three undergraduate students from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology from presenting a talk at the DefCon hacker conference this weekend about security vulnerabilities in payment systems used in the Massachusetts mass transit system.
nytimes.com: To view the video, it will be necessary to download a Microsoft Web browser software component based on a new proprietary technology, Silverlight. For many industry executives who compete with Microsoft the Silverlight strategy recalls a federal antitrust case in which Microsoft was found guilty.
I do not think it means what you think it means... Linus seems to be saying some pretty reasonable things lately, but the people who interview him keep crediting him with creating an "operating system" called "Linux".
Zock is a new piece of free software for organizing betting games.
It is a “betting office” targeted at cliques of friends or co-workers which would like to organize a betting game for a sport event.
Right now, it needs testers. If you are interested in using it, read on.
Read the full story at Freesoftware Magazine.
A tutorial on howto setup Metasploit, a tool for exploit testing, IDS, and pen testing.
A report by the Standish Group indicates that adoption of ‘open source’ has caused a drop in revenue to the proprietary software industry by about $60 billion per year. That’s not a huge amount of money compared to what has been lost though the misselling of mortgages, but it is still a lot. The report identifies the value of these ‘open source’ products to be about 6% of the world market for software. Unfortunately, the Standish Group doesn’t believe in openly sharing its research, instead selling it for $1,000…
Read the full story at Freesoftware Magazine
kerneltrap.org: Mikulas Patocka announced new patches introducing snapshot merging for the Linux kernel's logical volume manager. He explained, "snapshot merging allows you to merge snapshot content back into the original device. The most useful use for this feature is the possibility to rollback."
lucidfox.org: When mass-renaming video files for Mai-HiME (which I recommend to anime fans out there, unless anything involving magical girls in any way is not your thing; but not the point), I made a mistake in the mv command, which caused all files to be moved to a single destination. I immediately Googled up an instruction on undeleting files on reiserfs...
puppylinux.org/community/blogs: I've installed Puppy Linux 4.0 (Dingo). I like it. A lot. It has really impressed me, and I'm difficult to impress. Now, I appreciate the "blind squirrel" phenomenon - a blind squirrel will occasionally find a nut. But this is different.
crashedpips.co.uk: Ubuntu 8.10, the Intrepid Ibex, is starting to take shape. It’s going to be similar in spirit to Edgy Eft (6.10), in that it’s focussed on introducing radical new features, as opposed to polish and stability. Now, I’m all in favour of new features. And, in my opinion, Ubuntu needs a new theme. Perhaps it should be something with a little more colour this time. It also needs a new font.
sizzledcore.com: I started using Ubuntu 4 months back, and since then I’ve been looking for ways to customize and tweak it to make Ubuntu more productive and look good. During my search, I came across many cool themes from various sources that I’d like to share with you all.
wordpress.com: There are times when I want to let my geekiness out and I want the world to know about it. I decided to share with you my favorite collection of Linux t-shirts that you also might like. Please share you ideas for healthy geeking in the comments.
antonywilliams.com: KDE is a Desktop environment like GNOME. Whilst there are some historical reasons for them both existing (KDE was originally built with a toolkit that wasn't free, so GNOME was created), they're both now based on OSS toolkits.
- Firewall on Ubuntu
- Anonymous internet surfing on openSUSE
- Word War Vi in Ubuntu
- Reorder your Boot Menu Manually
- Clear and Disable BASH History
- An introduction to Security Enhanced Linux
- Setup PostgreSQL in Ubuntu
- Setting up a DNS for the local network on the Ubuntu Hardy Heron server
- Zenwalk and GRUB
- Pulseaudio Fixes for Hardy Heron