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Story Master the amazing Raspberry Pi Roy Schestowitz 04/02/2014 - 9:08pm
Story MWC 2014: What gadgets to expect at this year’s show Rianne Schestowitz 04/02/2014 - 8:43pm
Story freedreno/a3xx/compiler: new compiler Rianne Schestowitz 04/02/2014 - 8:30pm
Story Copyright statements proliferate inside open source code Roy Schestowitz 04/02/2014 - 8:28pm
Story Opinion: Arch Linux and Stability Roy Schestowitz 04/02/2014 - 8:22pm
Story GNOME: Slight adjustment to the 3.12 schedule Rianne Schestowitz 04/02/2014 - 8:21pm
Story DARPA publishes all its open source code in one place Rianne Schestowitz 04/02/2014 - 8:10pm
Story An Overview Of The Linux 3.14 Kernel Features Roy Schestowitz 04/02/2014 - 8:10pm
Story The Trend To "Open Source" Software And What It Means For Businesses And Consumers Rianne Schestowitz 04/02/2014 - 8:02pm
Story 2013 LinuxQuestions.org Members Choice Award Winners Roy Schestowitz 04/02/2014 - 7:55pm

Mandriva - Linux 2008 Spring review

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MDV

itreviews.co.uk: Amidst a deluge of recent Linux updates, you could be forgiven for overlooking the release of Mandriva Linux 2008 Spring. The latest in a long line of Mandriva distros, this features the usual upgrades to the component software together with a number of new features.

A socialist’s view of Ubuntu: love it or leave it?

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Ubuntu

jasonthepinko.com: A few months back I posted an article reviewing Ubuntu 8.04, “Hardy Heron.” In the comments section, one person brought up a good point: how can I, as a socialist, support Ubuntu?

Compiz Fusion : Unmatched 3D Environment in Linux

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Software

blog.ashfame: Think Aqua interface in Mac OSX and 3D Flip in Windows Vista was the best looking Operating system? Ever thought that the 3D effects on hacker’s desktop shown in movies are not for real? No need to think again, just read on because the freedom and flexibility Compiz Fusion provides is beyond imagination.

Bringing Open Source Best Practices into Corporations Using a Software Forge

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OSS

riehle.org: A software forge is a tools platform for collaborative software development, similar to integrated CASE environments. In this paper, we discuss our experiences with using a software forge to bring open source best practices into corporations.

Four Useful FUSE Implementations

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Software

fosswire.com: FUSE is a project that makes it easy for developers to build filesystems and virtual filesystems, by allowing their code to run in userspace, rather than at the kernel level. In this post, I’m going to round up four useful implementations of FUSE.

I'm running Gnome

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KDE

blog.flameeyes.eu: I dislike the way KDE 4 is being developed, with a focus on eyecandy rather than on features. This is easily shown by the Oxygen style; not only it is taking up a amount of screen real estate for widgets that remind me of Keramik, but it’s also tremendously slow. But this is just one of the issues I have with KDE recently. There are some policies I really, really, dislike in KDE.

some howtos:

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HowTos
  • Linux Commands used to Admin the server

  • Use apt url instead of using a terminal
  • How Install Microsoft Office in Ubuntu with Wine
  • Enable and Disable "root" on Ubuntu Linux
  • Guide to faster Ubuntu
  • NoMachine NX fails on Fedora 9 — here’s the solution
  • Nautilus File Selection

Leaving the mockup phase

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KDE
Software

nienhueser.de: Found some time this weekend to continue working on the contacts plasmoid and some basic functionality is now there. Kudos to the plasma team for the great API. The data engine now supports querying kopete, but is designed to support other contact backends in the future.

A first look at Ubuntu 8.10

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Ubuntu

technologytales.com: I must admit that my curiosity got the better of me when screenshots of Ubuntu’s 8.10, otherwise known as Intrepid ibex, started to make their appearance. It is only at alpha2 stage so it’s definitely a no-no for production systems. However, it does run surprisingly smoothly even at this stage.

Unboxing the FreeRunner

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Hardware

kdubois.net: Last Tuesday, my Openmoko Freerunner showed up in the mail. I don’t really want to make rash comments about the software yet, as it will take a me a bit to acclimate to the state of the openmoko project. I do feel that its very safe to say that this phone is not ready to hit prime time just yet.

Enterprise open source gaining traction: survey

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OSS

computerworld.co.nz: At its symposium in Lisbon last month, Forrester talked to application development and enterprise architecture professionals from European firms that are actively using open source.

Simplis GNU/Linux: A new face in GNU/Linux Town

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Linux

saleem-khan.blogspot: We see many new Linux distributions released on regular basis. Some are based upon already existing major Linux distributions while others are independent projects. But not all will attract your attention until there is something really unique about them.

Baine is on Ubuntu

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Ubuntu

hyelbaine.blogspot: To the very few readers of this blog, I'm proud to present you my first blog post on a desktop or PC that is not from Microsoft Windows. Yes after much thought and deliberation, I've decided to give Linux a shot.

Do open source applications take security seriously?

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blogs.zdnet.com: Not according to the folks at Fortify, who today are issuing a blistering report claiming open source projects and companies don’t take security seriously at all.

Ubuntu advantages

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Linux

jldugger.livejournal: There are some advantages to running Ubuntu I can think of, but not among those is "never search the internet for drivers again". There is a perception that this is special to Ubuntu or Linux. Oh, and also that it's true.

5 Easy Backup Solutions for Linux

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Software

brajeshwar.com: Be it Noobs or a geeks - computers are indispensable for either of the clans. The amount of data which resides in the form nibbles and bits is enormous. Backing up your data is of prime importance from work/business point of view.

Ubuntu VS Other Linux Distributions

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Linux

computingtech.blogspot: If you log into the command line of both an Ubuntu system and a Red Hat Enterprise Linux or Fedora system, very little will look different. There are common directories and utilities between the two, and functionality is fundamentally the same. So what makes Ubuntu different from other Linux distributions?

Linux at Lowes

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Linux

helpmerick.com: I'm in the middle of a pretty major house refurbishing right now and am making frequent trips to the hardware stores and elsewhere. Today, while asking a Lowes rep a question, I glanced at one of the computer screens and saw Firefox for Lowes on the title bar.

Installing And Using OpenVZ On Fedora 9

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HowTos

In this HowTo I will describe how to prepare a Fedora 9 server for OpenVZ. With OpenVZ you can create multiple Virtual Private Servers (VPS) on the same hardware, similar to Xen and the Linux Vserver project.

today's left overs

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News
  • LSD Man Page. More Linux/Unix Humor

  • HP's ultra-portable Mini-Note
  • Cognos taps Novell SUSE Linux for mainframe debut
  • How to use Network Configuration Tool
  • KDE4: Installing and configuring Network Manager
  • MY KDE dream
  • Dell begins rolling out Ubuntu 8.04, adds media codecs
  • Software Freedom Day 2008
  • How to install GiMP 2.5.2 on Ubuntu 8.4
  • Ubuntu Kaipidi Thozhargal - Across Tamil Nadu
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