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Story today's leftovers: srlinuxx 13/09/2012 - 3:18am
Story Becoming a completely Linux household srlinuxx 13/09/2012 - 2:09am
Story Five new features in Ubuntu 12.10 Beta 1 srlinuxx 13/09/2012 - 2:06am
Story What’s going on with GNOME? srlinuxx 12/09/2012 - 10:52pm
Story What to prepare before installing Arch Linux the first time srlinuxx 12/09/2012 - 10:48pm
Story Be wary of LibreOffice 3.6 srlinuxx 12/09/2012 - 10:42pm
Story Meet the Raspberry Pi Supercomputer--with Lego! srlinuxx 12/09/2012 - 10:39pm
Story I will teach you C srlinuxx 1 12/09/2012 - 10:30pm
Story Review: openSUSE 12.2 KDE srlinuxx 12/09/2012 - 10:28pm
Story Linux Platform Option Appears on Steam Website srlinuxx 12/09/2012 - 10:27pm

My top 5 Firefox/Thunderbird annoyances

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Moz/FF

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.

Open-source companies to be acquired by proprietary vendors?

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OSS

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?

Ubuntu servers shut down for attacking others

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Ubuntu

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.

Farewell Gentoo, hello openSuse

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Gentoo
SUSE

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?

Software Freedom Day - September 15, 2007

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OSS

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.

Opera 9.23 released

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Software

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.

Create your own Live CD in 7 Steps

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HowTos

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

How to set up Apache virtual hosting

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HowTos

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.

Torvalds talks

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Linux
Interviews

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'

ttf-inconsolata: an open font for your terminal and for nice code printouts

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Software

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!

Vista Ultimate vs. Ubuntu 7.04 - Which Install Is Easier?

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OS

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.

Gentoo Infrastructure Press Release

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Gentoo
Security

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.

today's leftovers:

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News
  • 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

KDE 4.0 Beta 1 w/ MEPIS Screenshots

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Linux

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.

Kernel space: Once upon atime

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Linux

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.

Lesser Known Applications for Linux — Health and Food

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KDE

richardfcrawley: This will be an ongoing series of articles highlighting lesser known applications for Linux. This installment will review applications for health and food.

Pokin' around Ubuntu 7.10 alpha 4 and openSuse 10.3 beta 1

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Ubuntu

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.

Gutsy and openSUSE 10.3 Beta1

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SUSE

laserjock.wordpress.com: Last night I installed openSUSE 10.3 Beta1 on a spare 10GB partition I had on my laptop. I’d like to share just a few thoughts from my, maybe more developer biased, perspective:

Ask a penguin to see which way Linux wind blows

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Linux

LinuxWorld: The nonprofit Linux Foundation has unveiled the Linux Weather Forecast, a Web site aimed at giving people a better sense of the status of specific Linux kernel projects.

Linux: Determining Maintainers

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Linux

kernelTRAP: In an overwhelmingly large series of 556 patches, Joe Perches attempted to track down maintainers for a significant number of files within the Linux kernel source tree. He explained, "I grew weary of looking up the appropriate maintainer email address(es) to CC: for a patch", adding a new line format to the kernel MAINTAINERS file parsed by a new get_maintainer.pl script.

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