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|Story||Mozilla Lays Out Firefox Enterprise 17 Release Plans||srlinuxx||06/09/2012 - 1:58am|
|Story||Desktop Linux is dead? I thought it was thriving||srlinuxx||05/09/2012 - 7:49pm|
|Story||Where's Valve going with Linux?||srlinuxx||05/09/2012 - 7:48pm|
|Story||openSUSE 12.2: Green Means Go!||srlinuxx||05/09/2012 - 7:41pm|
|Story||today's highlights:||srlinuxx||1||05/09/2012 - 1:24am|
|Story||Kernel Log - Coming in 3.6 (Part 2): Networking||srlinuxx||04/09/2012 - 7:07pm|
|Story||Exclusive Interview with Mo Duffy, Red Hat IxDesigner||srlinuxx||04/09/2012 - 7:06pm|
|Story||Why Linux Will Never Suffer From Viruses Like Windows||srlinuxx||04/09/2012 - 7:03pm|
|Story||Red Hat Explains What Enterprise Linux is All About||srlinuxx||04/09/2012 - 7:01pm|
|Story||5 golden rules||srlinuxx||04/09/2012 - 6:58pm|
Exactly 10 years ago, on 15th August 1997, Miguel de Icaza started his first announcement about GNOME Desktop project with this words: "We want to develop a free and complete set of user friendly applications and desktop tools, similar to CDE and KDE but based entirely on free software."
beranger: Everything *NIX, from GNU/Linux to *BSD, has some overengineered or underengineered concepts that don't fit that well with a desktop or laptop usage. A short list.
matt hartley: Behold the vast and sprawling feast of open source downloads. Incredible, ain’t it? Armed with little more than an Internet connection and some extra space on your hard drive, a rich cornucopia awaits you.
still don’t have a title: Firefox is constantly gaining marked share (especially here in Europe) and it’s little not-yet-so-popular brother Thunderbird is evolving too. I’m concerned that the quality of their software (especially Firefox under Linux) has decreased in the last months. Here are my top 5 annoyances.
matt asay: Tim believes that open source, at least as defined by open-source licensing, has a short shelf-life that will be consumed by Web 2.0 by proprietary software vendors. In other words, why don't I just give up, sell out, and go home?
the inquirer: MAKER OF the Open Sauce Ubuntu software, Cannonical had to shut down five of the eight of its servers after receiving reports that they were attacking other servers.
broeksema.dev: Yesterday was the big day. After a package update of my Gentoo system, which took way too long anyway, libexpat seemed to get an update also. What's the deal?
techpersona: On September 15, 2007, 1 month from today, there will be a very positive outreach to the masses by an organization that believes in the freedom of software. This outreach will be targeted at the world to educate the masses and thank the people who make it possible.
We have today released 9.23, which mainly addresses the issues found with Mozilla's fuzzer, but also fixed a stability issue with Speed Dial.
Freesoftware mag: Knoppix made live CDs popular—and with good reason too. Do you want to check whether a distribution works well with your hardware, or to show off the latest Compiz Fusion magic, or maybe you have a presentation to do and you want to make sure you have the same environment to show it in as you had to create it?
Also: Spin images on openSUSE 10.3 Beta1 using KIWI
linux.com: Managing one site on a Web server can be tough enough, and the job is even harder if you have to host multiple client sites on a badly configured setup. If you're running Apache, you can make things easier by setting up virtual hosts.
itbusiness: The most recognizable name in the open source community talks about why he didn't go the proprietary route for Linux and how it could easily have been just another of his 'random small projects'
DPotD: You love the command-line interface but you also want things to look good and be free as in freedom? Maybe you’re looking for a good open font to use when you code? or something to make your code snippets look even better in a printed publication? Then check out ttf-inconsolata!
scitech.teambio.org: This weekend I suffered a meltdown of my workstation’s main hard drive. The drive held my Windows Vista Ultimate install. This time, Vista was going to have company - and maybe competition. This time, Ubuntu 7.04 was getting an equal share of the drive.
On August 7, 2007, bannedit reported bug 187971 regarding a possible command injection vulnerability within http://packages.gentoo.org. The Infrastructure team verified the vulnerability and the server was immediately taken down to prevent further exploitation and to allow for forensic analysis.
- New tilesets for KMahjongg and KShisen
- The homogenization of the UNIX world
- Freespire 2.0: First look and impressions
- Changing lots of passwords at once
- Novell doesn't want to be the next SCO
- Musings on Gnomedex and evolution
- Oracle CEO Ellison: Open source software is no threat
- Mainframe Linux
- In Wake Of SCO Ruling, Torvalds Sticks To Kernel
- Linux looking to conquer apps, data center, edge
- Tip of the Trade: SystemImager
phoronix: The first beta of KDE 4.0 was released earlier this month and Warren Woodford of the MEPIS project has now built a version of SimplyMEPIS 7 that is based upon Debian Etch with the 32-bit and 64-bit KDE 4.0 Beta 1 packages.
linuxworld: Among the metadata maintained by most filesystems is the last file access time, or "atime." This time can be a useful value to have - it lets an administrator (or a program) know when a file was last used.
richardfcrawley: This will be an ongoing series of articles highlighting lesser known applications for Linux. This installment will review applications for health and food.
blogbeebe: Well, it's getting to be that time of the year when the next generation of Linux distributions are ripening towards release. So I went over to the openSuse site and grabbed a copy of 10.3 beta 1 and then over to the Ubuntu testing site and grabbed 7.10 Tribe (alpha) 4.