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|Story||Epiphany 3.11.2 Web Browser Brings Lots of Goodies for Christmas||Rianne Schestowitz||22/12/2013 - 6:25pm|
|Story||Today's Howtos and Software||Roy Schestowitz||22/12/2013 - 6:08pm|
|Blog entry||PCLinuxOS 2013--An Old Friend Revisited||gfranken||6||22/12/2013 - 4:16pm|
|Story||Reiser4 Is Now Available For The Linux 3.12 Kernel||Rianne Schestowitz||22/12/2013 - 3:59pm|
|Story||Ubuntu GNOME 14.04 LTS Alpha 1 (Trusty Tahr) Officially Released – Screenshot Tour||Roy Schestowitz||22/12/2013 - 12:28pm|
|Story||Opinion: Steam and DRM||Roy Schestowitz||22/12/2013 - 12:21pm|
|Story||Jolicloud 2 offers a one-stop shop to your social and Cloud storage accounts||Roy Schestowitz||22/12/2013 - 12:19pm|
|Story||Kdenlive's Video Editing Future Has Been Revived||Roy Schestowitz||22/12/2013 - 12:09pm|
|Story||Microlinux Enterprise Desktop 14.1 Xfce||Roy Schestowitz||22/12/2013 - 12:03pm|
|Story||Ubuntu 14.04 LTS vs. Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 Benchmarks||Roy Schestowitz||22/12/2013 - 12:00pm|
maketecheasier.com: Firefox is a great browser that you can easily customize to suit your browsing needs. I have compiled my list of the 12 best Firefox add-ons below:
dedoimedo.com: If you are a beginner Linux user looking for a simple, friendly distribution, you might want to look at Linux Mint. In this article, I'll demonstrate the classic GUI installation, but also a few things more. It should not be boring.
- Add Additional Directories To Ubuntu Desktop Search Index
- Ubuntu Weekly Report: 16th - 29th December
- The innovation dilemma
- Reset the root password on MySQL
- Access? Open source? Rethinking the digital divide
- Drupal and Open Source in 2008 : Dries Buytaert's Predictions
- Should Mozilla go public? In a word: No.
- Open source: a conservative force?
- Lock-Stepping Red Hat Enterprise Linux - CentOS 4 Receives an Upgrade
- Interoperability Still Stumbling Block for Open Source in 2008
- Ubuntu Live keynotes/presentations now online
- Linux-based system speeds bolt inspection
- Intel drops out of One Laptop Per Child program
- Will you try the KDE 4 desktop?
- Linux saves the junkyard dogs
- Linux display disk total statistics including time spent reading and writing data
linuxworld: Homeland Security requirements in the USA, along with compatibility and budget demands everywhere, are putting Linux and open source into more and more public sector IT shops.
- Easy and safe bash history searches
- Copy Set of Files to All Users Home Directory
- Speeding up Ubuntu installations
- Nautilus-Flac-Converter: Convert Flac to Ogg from Nautilus
Troy Unrau: Just a reminder folks! FREEZE for tagging is tonight at midnight, UTC! Any changes not in SVN at that point will not be part of the 4.0.0 release.
451 CAOS Theory: I wanted to be among the first to post about how 2008 looks to be the year of desktop Linux (half jokingly, of course). Then I thought about how far the Linux OS has to go before it is approaching even Apple’s slice of the market (which by the way is getting bigger).
tectonic: We’re all swamped with information: emails, documents, pictures and the hundreds of websites we visit every week. There are two ways to deal with the data overload: Get organised or you can use GNOME Do.
jaysonjc.com: I recently uninstalled Windows from all my machines and installed Ubuntu on them. There are two reasons for this:
tech.blorge.com: A hacker’s just exposed a Mozilla Firefox security flaw - one that makes phishing far too easy and clueless Net users far too vulnerable.
bbspot.com: 11. You're afraid of Gnomes.
10. You can't pronounce Ubuntu, and too embarrassed to ask.
9. No disk space left after installing Vista Ultimate.
Aaron Seigo from the KDE Project is interviewed and talks about the impending release of KDE 4.0
phoronix.com: We've just been notified that gOS 2.0 will be released next week at the 2008 Consumer Electronic Show. This Linux distribution started making news two months ago as the conceptual Google Operating System and shipping on a sub-$200 (USD) Everex PC.
linuxquestions.org: I just opened the polls for the 2007 LinuxQuestions.org Members Choice Awards. There are 27 polls this year, more than even before. The polls close on February 21st. This is your chance to help quality Open Source projects get the attention they deserve.
paulsdigitalworld.blogspot: The problem of security should be considered at two levels, user level and system level. An operating system can be at most as secure as its user. An uninformed user has every possibility to put an operating system under risk.
downloadsquad.com: We're taking a departure from the norm this week and not discussing a specific piece of software. Instead, we've been thinking about what we most wished we'd been told on our first foray into Linux-land. These tips run the gamut from installation planning to how to best ask for help.
applematters.com: 2008 is upon us and we’re greeted with the news, from NetApplications, that Apple Macs running OS X account for 7.3% of computers used to access the web.
linux.com: In the photography world, a prominent proprietary file format is Kodak's Photo CD (.PCD). Once the premiere format for film scanning, it is now a difficult-to-work-around relic. Recently I set out to resurrect some old PCD images on a Linux system -- a challenge that serves as an object lesson in the importance of open standards in any kind of digital archive.
LinuxPlanet: Last week we made a music CD from a live digital recording the easy and simple way. Today we're going to fix volume levels and do graceful fades and transitions using Audacity and normalize.
iTWire: The new year is less than a week old but the talk has already begun. Yes, we are hearing that hackneyed old saw again - this will be the year of the Linux desktop. Some so-called pundits say it directly, some in an indirect manner but they aren't holding back.