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|Story||The Linux Setup - Meg Ford, GNOME Developer||srlinuxx||15/04/2013 - 1:06am|
|Story||Best Download Managers For Linux||srlinuxx||15/04/2013 - 1:05am|
|Story||Reviewing OpenPandora - Chapter one||srlinuxx||15/04/2013 - 1:03am|
|Story||Meet UDOO - the Super Pi||srlinuxx||15/04/2013 - 1:01am|
|Story||today's leftovers:||srlinuxx||13/04/2013 - 3:00am|
|Story||Trisquel 6.0 LTS||srlinuxx||13/04/2013 - 12:57am|
|Story||Ubuntu 13.04 Sneak Peek||srlinuxx||13/04/2013 - 12:55am|
|Story||Fuduntu 2013.2 review||srlinuxx||13/04/2013 - 12:53am|
|Story||some odds & ends:||srlinuxx||12/04/2013 - 7:36pm|
|Story||GNOME or KDE? The Old Question Is New Today||srlinuxx||2||12/04/2013 - 5:29am|
terminally-incoherent: We all know that browsers are kinda like religion - everyone has one that they like, and thinks all the other ones are crap. And I have to say that Firefox, Flock, Opera, Safari and the others are all great pieces of software, but not on low end hardware. So here are some browsers perfect for your old decrepit little computer.
tombuntu: Gnash is an open source player for Adobe’s Flash format. It can be used as an alternative to Adobe’s proprietary player. The upcoming Ubuntu 7.10 release includes automatic installation of either Adobe Flash or Gnash. I decided to put this feature to the test in Ubuntu 7.10 Beta.
- How to open files as root via a right click
- How To Boot Mandriva on a USB Disk
- Sha-1 Checksum
- Access Google Calendar From Linux / UNIX / Mac OS X Command Line Interface
- Backing up and restoring your DSL configuration
- Howto Install Freecom Musicpal in Ubuntu Feisty
- How To Install VMware Tools on Ubuntu Guests
- Howto Fix RSSOwl Internal Browser
October 2007 (#143) issue of Linux Gazette is now online and ready for perusal. Highlights this month include Discussion of Open Source Licensing Issues, Linux Console Scrollback, and Introducing Python Pickling.
This month's PCLOS Mag is ready. Despite an eventful month: changing of the guard, other staff changes, and home website change, this month's PCLOS mag is online at its new home. Highlights this month include: How to repair a broken Xorg.conf, Keyboard Shortcuts, and Tips for a Cooler Laptop.
infoworld blogs: Since its release this June, GPLv3 certainly seems to have taken on the role of baby Damien within the open source licensing world. Sure, it's cute and cuddly at first glance, but behind its deep blue eyes lurk pure and unhinged evil ... at least if you believe the recent Evans Data survey. Then again, Palamida's posted conversion rates seem to indicate that the Evans Data results may be a bit too pessimistic. So who do we believe?
information week blogs: There are many things that Linux does well. There are many things that still need work. But they’re not always the obvious things, either.
beranger: I am sick of the articles of the kind "Top 27 cool apps to install on Ubuntu"... ...so I only have my own Top 1:
c|net: Another low-cost Linux-based laptop that you'll soon be able to buy is the Eee PC from Asus. Pricing for this machine, originally expected to start at $199, is now rumored to begin at $260 when the machine goes on sale later this month, with high-end models coming in around $400.
Also: Will low-cost OLPC or Eee PCs bring changes to the notebook industry ecosystem?
And: Cheap laptops still MIA
ruminations: The next two days I will focus a bit more on the gaming experience under PC-BSD. My main focus is: (1) Will the PBIs run under this latest release of PC-BSD? and (2) Are the games running with a decent speed?
techwhack.com: If you are an Ubuntu fan you would have tried out their ShipIt service which delivers the Ubuntu CDs for free at your door step. The service is currently down as they are preparing to start the shipment of the upcoming release of Ubuntu which would be Ubuntu 7.10.
Also: Ubuntu Unleashed (2nd Edition)
And: An interview with aysiu
linux.com: How does the current version of OpenOffice.org (OOo) compare with Microsoft Office in its ability to produce slide presentations? To see how the two programs compare now, I installed Microsoft Office 2007 and OpenOffice.org 2.3, and went through the process of designing a slide show from start to finish. To my surprise, the results were more decisive than in my last comparison.
softpedia: A new Compiz release was created by Danny Baumann, Compiz's main developer. Its release was announced yesterday and the new version is 0.6.0.
the inquirer: UBER geek Linus Torvalds is on track to win this year's Dr Spinola cudmugeon of the year award after dubbing people who disagreed with him as "wanking around".
Also: Other Kernel Headlines
opensuse news: With this last article the Sneak Peeks series comes to an end for this release. But don’t worry: it’s tightly packed with an extra share of information on the latest openSUSE 10.3 goodies! Today we’re going through all those things that either didn’t get the chance to have their own article, or are extra convenient small improvements that haven’t been properly covered.
Also: OpenSUSE 10.3: Important URLs For Newbies
This document explains how to set up the VMware Tools in the following guest operating systems: Ubuntu 7.04, Fedora 7, PCLinuxOS 2007 and Debian Etch. Installing VMware Tools in your guest operating systems will help maximize performance, provide mouse synchronization and copy & paste functionality.
- Dolphin File Manager howto
- October Foxkeh wallpaper
- Awn Weather Applet
blogs.techrepublic.com: Recently, the open source FileZilla FTP client became available for Mac OS X and Linux. Using the wxWidgets cross-platform user interface, FileZilla now can be used with a consistent look-and-feel on multiple operating systems.
ejabs.com/blog: Well ladies & gentlemen…it has been nearly 6 months since I installed & began working with PCLinuxOS, and I must say I am nothing but impressed. I still maintain my positive stance on the emerging Linux OS. I have never held a more absolute position toward any other Linux Desktop OS.
dot.kde.org: Ubuntu's Fridge is reporting that Kubuntu is taking the Canary Islands. KDE is being installed on all of the school computers in the Canary Islands by the way of mEDUXa and in their universities with Bardinux, both derivatives of the Kubuntu GNU/Linux operating system.