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|Story||World’s cheapest computer gets millions tinkering||srlinuxx||26/07/2013 - 2:24am|
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|Story||Bloomberg TV: Most of Modern Society Running Linux||srlinuxx||25/07/2013 - 8:34pm|
|Story||antiX 13.1 "Luddite" Review: Superb||srlinuxx||25/07/2013 - 8:31pm|
|Story||What a life… KDE||srlinuxx||25/07/2013 - 6:20pm|
|Story||Ubuntu 13.10 32-bit vs. 64-bit Performance||srlinuxx||25/07/2013 - 6:14pm|
|Story||GNOME Multimedia tools updates||srlinuxx||25/07/2013 - 6:11pm|
|Story||How Linux is taking over the network||srlinuxx||25/07/2013 - 6:01pm|
jpwhiting.blogspot: KHotNewstuff2 is going to be using Goya (once it moves out of kdereview and into kdeui on the 19th). So I wanted to let everyone see the new ui a bit and get some feedback.
50webs.org: Since Amarok 2 is on its way with all the fuss around it and the currently stable 126.96.36.199 version will probably be the last in the 1.x series, I decided to make a review of the last stable Amarok.
ericsbinaryworld.com/blog: So gNewSense 2.0 came out a few days ago as the gNewSense crew is tracking Ubuntu LTS releases. Of course, the bad part is that there is no upgrade path from gNewSense 1.0 to 2.0.
- XUbuntu - Day 1
- Live upgrade from Feisty to Gutsy
- Ubuntu hits mainstream Italian television
- How Ubuntu saved me a Bomb of money!
- Victory: Skype withdraws appeals case, judgement from lower court accepted
- The Bilski oral arguments - Groklaw member webster attended
- OLPC Australia: XO targeting education and definitely NO Windows
- OLPC: First Week at the two Test Schools
- Linux Tip: Tighten Up Security And Disable SSH Login For Root Account
- Book review: The power of group sharing
- a beginners linux distro
- Asus Eee PC And NX
- NASA ditches Itanic for new Xeon-based w/ Suse Linux
- The Curse of Open Source License Proliferation
- Few Words on LaTex Fonts
- VIA Gives 16,434 Lines Of OSS Code
- Linux in Under 5 Minutes
- How Fresh is the CPAN?
- Using a wiki for FOSS application documentation
lin08.wordpress: When in the course of digital events, it becomes necessary for the people to dissolve the proprietary bonds which have connected them with their computer operating systems and other proprietary software.
computerworlduk.com: It seems appropriate that Sweden, the original home of MySQL, should be part of the ancient Norse territories, for the MySQL open/closed code story is threatening to turn into a saga as long and as complex as Njal's.
- Discover user guides and manuals within your linux system
- Configuring Folding@home for Linux
- Synchronize your databases with SqlSync
- hideous gtk themes in kde4 sessions
- How to Install Your Graphics Drivers Under Linux
- How To Find Out If ISP Is Throttling BitTorrent Traffic
- How to prevent Linux man pages from clearing after you quit reading
- How To select fastest mirror in Ubuntu
advogato.org: Skype fought the GPL and the GPL won. The OLPC XO project abandons free software just as RMS switches to an XO; RMS not happy. New monthly newsletters from the FSF and FSFE. GNOME and KDE want to have a joint development conference in 2009.
techiemoe.com: This is one OS that pretty much came out of the blue. The last time I looked at Sun Microsystems' Solaris was waaay back when the only free option was Solaris "Express" beta builds.
8ez.com/drsmall/blog: As of Monday, May 4th, 2008, I completely wiped my perfectly healthy Ubuntu installation, where there was no problems, no errors, I had all the software I wanted, everything worked, the system looked beautiful, and overwrote it all with ArchLinux. That was a huge step of fear, uncertainty and doubt…
hehe2.net: In May’s issue of Linux Journal, their segment “LJ Index” featured some tidbits or trends about which countries are actually Googling “Linux.” It is always interesting where Linux is gaining public interest, which countries are falling behind.
- Review: OpenOffice.org Beta Fails the Office 2007 Test
- OpenOffice.org 3.0 beta shrugs off X11
- Having different layout and page numbering within a document
- Test Drive OpenOffice 3 Beta in Ubuntu
- OpenOffice.org, Now Home to Attractive Release Notes
jmcg.livejournal: I replaced the Mepis 6 partition with Mandriva One. The laptop is a dual boot with Win XP which I need to retain because of the accounting application I use for my small business. The problem was that the new naming scheme for hard drives has made a mess of what used to be a simple procedure.
ostoolbox.blogspot: openSUSE 11 is currently in beta still, and will be officially released in June. I downloaded and installed it using the KDE 4 LiveCD, but was rather disappointed with what I saw.
Also: Review: openSUSE 11 Beta2
desktoplinux.com: Linspire has upgraded its CNR.com (Click'N'Run) download site for Linux software to support the Ubuntu-based, consumer-friendly Linux Mint distribution. CNR.com will also add a Linux version of Weatherbug's weather service, which offers live, local weather information and severe weather alerts.
Also: Pinheads and Patriots
linux.com: Which path should you follow? Should you take advantage of Ubuntu's package manager and use it to upgrade your system to the latest 8.04 Hardy Heron release, or should you download a CD or DVD ISO image and do a clean install?
reuters.com: Ninety percent of the users don't need all the functionality that Office provides. More demanding users who don't want to pay may look to Symphony and its cousin, OpenOffice, a package developed by a nonprofit group that includes a database program and drawing software.
blogs.zdnet.com: Samba’s forthcoming version 3.2 release capitalizes on Microsoft’s interoperability commitments while also guarding against patent covenants that threaten the GPL.
vsingleton.blogspot: Other than a few obtuse references to some of the features of the Fedora 8 rescuecd, I could not easily figure out how to install Fedora 8 (fc8) in a similar fashion to Debian's netinst installer.
junauza.com: Ultra-Mobile Personal Computers (UMPC) are so hot right now that major PC manufacturers are competing to create the lightest, fastest and sexiest-looking portable machines imaginable. Most of these emerging sub-notebooks are pre-installed with Linux, and I wasn't surprised.