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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."

Intel Confirms Chipset Shortage

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Hardware

Intel Corp. confirmed that although it is making its chipsets as fast as possible, shortage conditions still exist in the market due to stronger growth than forecast.

Skype video phone on its way for Mac and Linux?

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Linux

Skype's new video phone service will very likely be available for Mac and Linux, the company has hinted.

Time for Linux bigots to take a back seat

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Linux

Ideologues have to fade into the background and keep their philosophical debates within the the community.

Novell to Provide Security, Systems Management to UK NHS

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Linux

Novell today announced a $39 million contract with the United Kingdom's leading Department of Health agency for a comprehensive set of security, management and infrastructure solutions.

Also: Novell Earnings Report Shows Linux Gains

TUX Issue #9 Now Available

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Linux

Issue number nine, December 2005, of TUX now is available. This month:

*Q&A with Mango Parfait
*P2P: Sneak Preview: KDE 3.5
*TUX Explains: kllk and Run
*TUX Explains: Window Maker Is a Powerful Desktop Lite

Adding Windows Fonts in Linux

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HowTos

Unlike past times, Linux do come with good fonts. And the font rendering can be made better by choosing to antialiase the fonts. But at times you come across a website which has been designed with the windows user in mind. Such websites are best viewed with one of the windows fonts.

How To Set Up Database Replication In MySQL

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HowTos

This tutorial describes how to set up database replication in MySQL. MySQL replication allows you to have an exact copy of a database from a master server on another server (slave).

Installing SUSE Linux 10.0 on a laptop

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Reviews
SUSE

Both Mandrake Linux 10.1 and Fedora Core 4 installed fine on this machine, but both had problems. Let's delve into these problems a bit before we look at whether SUSE did any better.

Tango project aims to clean up the desktop

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Software

One obstacle for Linux to overcome on the desktop is the lack of a consistent visual interface. The Tango Desktop Project is working to change that.

Linus Torvalds: Linux 2.6.15-rc4

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Linux

Ok, so -rc3 wasn't so good.

So I made an -rc4.

ruh-roe: Firefox flaw highlighted

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Moz/FF
Security

The Mozilla Foundation may have just released its latest update to the popular Firefox browser, but some users say their patience with the software's flaws is beginning to wear thin.

Email 'crucial' to desktop Linux's future

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Linux

Research from the Open Source Development Labs has found that the take-up of open source on the desktop could falter unless email applications improve.

AMD makes it into top 10 chip firms

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Hardware

MARKET RESEARCH firm Isuppli said AMD makes it into the top 10 after being in the 11th position in 2004. And for the first time ATI has made it into the top 25, just below Nvidia which is in position 24.

In other AMD News: AMD likely to cut PC prices, others may follow suit

Microsoft preps for 'The Apprentice'

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Microsoft

Marketers from the company analyzed ratings from the past two seasons of the program, broken down by week and region, to choose the specific episode on which they wanted their product to appear. They settled on tonight's show.

Linux Remote Administration Simplified

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Linux

Remote Linux administration is easier than ever before! Emmett walks you through the set-up process using SuSE as an example.

Autopackage: Toward a universal package manager for the desktop

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Software

If Mike Hearn, Hongli Lai, and the rest of the Autopackage team realize their goals, the future of package management in GNU/Linux will be greatly different from the present.

Higher Order Perl: A Book Review

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Reviews

If you're an experienced Perl programmer, HOP up to the next level with this book.

AIIA open source event a closed shop

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OSS

The Australian Information Industry Association appears to have decided to educate the corporate world about the use of open source software - but it doesn't want any media present while it does so.

Coming soon: Online hugs

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Sci/Tech

Email and messaging over the internet may be great ways to communicate, but Singapore scientists are seeking a way to transmit hugs in cyberspace.

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