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Story Enlightenment desktop – Yes or no? srlinuxx 16/03/2013 - 12:08am
Story Shell Game srlinuxx 15/03/2013 - 10:35pm
Story Move Over GIMP, Here Comes Krita srlinuxx 15/03/2013 - 10:31pm
Story Kali Linux 1.0 review srlinuxx 15/03/2013 - 10:27pm
Story In Pictures: A visual history of Linux srlinuxx 15/03/2013 - 8:02pm
Story DesktopBSD brought back to life srlinuxx 15/03/2013 - 8:01pm
Story OpenSUSE 12.3: Proof not all Linux are bonkers srlinuxx 15/03/2013 - 6:43pm
Story few leftovers: srlinuxx 15/03/2013 - 5:27am
Story For a fully free desktop OS, try Trisquel GNU/Linux 6.0 srlinuxx 14/03/2013 - 10:30pm
Story The 2013 Top 7 Best Linux Distributions for You srlinuxx 14/03/2013 - 8:27pm

Time - Run Programs and Summarize System Resource Usage

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ubuntu tutorials: Today’s post is a quickie, and more along the lines of a “package of the day”, but I thought it would be interesting to share. The time command in Linux will offer you system resource summaries and total time taken to complete the job requested.

PC-BSD Day 18: Improving end-user security (part 1)

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BSD

ruminations: The first and last line of defense is the use of common sanity. Unfortunately, there is no way to install that, not with #pkg-add-r comsanity or with #make install comsanity. It would be nice -from a sysadmin’s perspective or when you are the one in the family that everyone calls when there is a screwup.

Asus' Linux & Menlow Based UMPC Leaked

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trusted reviews: Leaked shots have finally appeared late in the week of Asus' heavily anticipated Linux based 'ultra mobile PC': the R3. Eagle-eyed snappers at Navigadget spotted it during an Adobe presentation for its AIR platform and we learnt the briefest of spec outlines.

PCLinuxOS gaining recognition from driver makers

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PCLOS

techzone: There is a site where the driver writer luca has developed drivers for similar hardware. Initially that site offered the binaries only for Ubuntu Fiesty, for all other distributions, we had to request ( and possibly pay ) for the drivers.

Disk Based Backups With Amanda On Debian Etch

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This document describes how to set up Amanda (The Advanced Maryland Automatic Network Disk Archiver) on Debian Etch. For this tutorial I chose Ubuntu v7.04 as a backup-client.

Krusader - the alternative KDE file browser

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Software

FOSSwire: KDE users have for a long time had the jack-of-all-trades, all-singing-all-dancing Konqueror for file management. If you yearn for a change of file manager now, however, and you’re a fan of the left-right split in your file manager, you might just like Krusader.

Digital Camera on Slackware

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Tip o' the Day: I like my digicam quite a lot; its a Canon Powershot A630. It doesn’t have all the bells and whistles possible, but it’s a nice little piece that takes decent photos. I’m also a distro hopper, and as such reinstall my operating system every once in a while to try something new. If your distro doesn’t support PTP cameras out of the box, you’ll want to install this package.

Apt-Get It or For-get It

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daveshields.wordpress: Here is all you need to know about package management on Linux. By package management I mean how you install, update, or remove a package: Apt-get it or for-get it!

Evolution 2.10.3 under PCLinuxOS 2007

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Software

Steve Carl (bmc blogs): If you are a Linux person, and you are living with MS created infrastructure, then one of the things you have to deal with is how to cross-calendar and email with the MS Windows users around you. And for MS Exchange, that is Evolution.

Take a Ride on Mandriva 2008 RC2 Express

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MDV

reviewlinux: On September 21 2007 Mandriva announced their release of Mandriva 2008 RC2. I think it was almost a 4 or 5 click process to get to the first install menu and thats why I say "Express" in my article title.

Coming soon: automatic Linux driver upgrades

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linux-watch: Linux users want two things for their hardware: drivers; and easy access to those drivers. The first is finally happening; and now, thanks to a Dell Linux project called DKMS (Dynamic Kernel Module Support), the other is on its way.

Educating GNU/Linux users

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Bruce Byfield: My review of the latest release of Ubuntu was picked up by Slashdot this week, releasing a flood of criticism. Although the article praised Ubuntu, it was also one of the first to mention some of its shortcomings, so it probably provoked more reaction than the average review.

Kexec Hibernation Progress

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Linux

kernelTRAP: Ying Huang posted an updated version of his kexec based hiberation patches. Pavel Machek, one of the uswsusp maintainers, responsed favorably, suggesting, "seems like good enough for -mm to me."

Ubuntu Black Screen Recovery

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lockergnome.com: Updating Ubuntu only to discover that the kernel update has brought you to a black screen - never fun. Once you manage to get back into your Ubuntu PC, you will be feeling a lot better. You have your important data backed up and of course, you can now take steps to put this other kernel out to pasture.

Today's leftovers

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  • Covert .rtf files on Linux

  • Penguin migration in Patagonia streamed for all to see
  • The Wrong Reason To Choose Open Source
  • Sparks Fly As Linux Kernel Guy Quits In A Huff (Alexander Wolfe)
  • TamilNadu Students get High end Lenovo and Dell laptops at 40% discount
  • One More Opera Snapshot
  • Bill Gates Is Still America's Richest Man
  • Creative Ways To Open Beer With Computer Hardware
  • Is the road to Moscow paved with good intentions?

Why use KDE?

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jucato.org: I just suddenly felt an urge to right about KDE after reading troy’s recent post (Troy, your marketing fever and ideas are contagious!!). I will probably be writing about something that has been written over and over again, but let me give it my own personal flavor. So…

Ubuntu 7.04 Feisty Fawn Under Parallels Desktop 3

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gonz.wordpress: I’m currently posting this using Firefox 2.0.0.6 running in Ubuntu 7.04 Feisty Fawn Under Parallels Desktop 3 on my MacBook Pro 15-inch Intel Core Duo.

openSUSE 10.3 RC1 - Not quite there yet for me

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SUSE

blogbeebe: I downloaded three ISOs; the Gnome and KDE Live CDs, and the binary DVD. I burned all three and tested three machines with the two live CDs.

GIMP tricks: Snooker ball as a pseudo 3d object

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GIMP
HowTos

polishlinux: I don’t really remember when and where, but I have read once about that GIMP isn’t suitable to create pseudo 3D graphics. Nothing more fallible. I will try to show you that it’s wrong.

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