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Blog entry Del is ambiguous srlinuxx 24/07/2013 - 4:27pm
Story some leftovers: srlinuxx 24/07/2013 - 4:19pm
Story Akademy 2013 - Well Done srlinuxx 24/07/2013 - 4:08pm
Story Wet Pi : The Water Cooled Raspberry Pi srlinuxx 24/07/2013 - 6:32am
Story The Grave Digger, It Looks Dead Good srlinuxx 24/07/2013 - 6:29am
Story Does the NSA's SE Linux code need a review? srlinuxx 24/07/2013 - 6:25am
Story Fedora Open Badges (Badgers) srlinuxx 24/07/2013 - 4:15am
Story On Dancing Chickens srlinuxx 24/07/2013 - 4:12am
Story LibreOffice 4.1 Approacheth srlinuxx 24/07/2013 - 4:09am
Story Adventues in upgrading to Fedora 19 using ‘fedup’ srlinuxx 23/07/2013 - 9:04pm

some howtos:

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  • Simplify backups with Synbak

  • Setup your own apache server to host your weblog free
  • How to remove blank lines and comments from a file
  • Back up and print your blog with OpenOffice.org Base
  • Ubuntu Linux Restore admin / root level permissions
  • Rewriting email headers in exim

Why Linux Will Succeed On The Desktop

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informationweek: I believe Linux will become the de-facto standard desktop operating system. Though it'll take a while for many users to break free from ties to Windows, there is good reason to believe that this day will come.

Ubuntu vs OpenSUSE

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abhay-techzone.blogspot: OpenSUSE impresses from the first boot, of the install CD, itself. I was greeted with a beautiful screen screen. Ubuntu too does a good job but them SUSE reflects elegance.

Microsoft Not to Open Source Codes in China

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Microsoft

tradingmarkets.com: It is still unknown whether Microsoft would fulfill the obligations in the Chinese market. An insider remarked that China just passed the antitrust law and has not put it into effect officially, so it is impossible for the company to come up with a timetable for the disclosure of its source codes.

Computer Dealers short of staff trained to Install Ubuntu Linux ?

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Ubuntu

oskanpur.wordpress: Kanpur and Lucknow computer dealers who have for years been selling proprietary operating systems are suddenly realizing that they themselves know very little about Ubuntu Linux operating system for desktops.

Being a good netizen – protecting Linux from network nasties

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Linux

iTWire: Microsoft Windows attracts virus writers and malware like faeces attracts flies. On the far opposite end of the spectrum, Linux users never find themselves embroiled in debates over whether Norton AntiVirus is bloated or essential, or whether AVG is better than e-Trust. Yet, Linux users do need to put thought and effort into security tools and here’s why.

Open source project aims to overhaul music search

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computerworld: Software that listens to and analyzes music is driving a Sun open source project, which aims to build a music recommendation system that surpasses the systems used today by iTunes and Amazon.

Overcoming the Fear of Linux CLI

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HowTos

junauza.blogspot.com: I will list some indispensable commands and keyboard shortcuts with their corresponding functions to guide the fearful in their journey to conquer the horror of using the Linux terminal.

Creating a book template with Writer

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freesoftwaremagazine.com: While Writer allows you to create an advanced book template that consists of a master document and a number of subdocuments, there are situations where using a simpler, one-file template makes more sense. The main advantage of a one-file book template is that it helps you to work around two major problems in Writer.

few leftovers

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News
  • How to fix broken Firefox extensions

  • Transformation at Red Hat?
  • All pieces together (Lancelot)
  • Noncertified Linux professionals make more than certified peers
  • How to be a faithful fan

Choosing a Desktop for GNU/Linux

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Software

itmanagement: "It's like starting another operating system," a colleague complained recently when he switched from the GNOME to the KDE desktop. He was exaggerating, but the impression is accurate.

Lotus Symphony Linux Beta Review

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Software

polishlinux: Recently I’ve laid my hands on the new IBM’s child — Lotus Symphony (beta version). It is an office suite based on OpenOffice.org. Lotus Symphony includes text editor, spreadsheet and presentation tool. I’ve, decided to try this new IBM wonder.

The OpenOffice.org Impress presenter screen

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OOo

LWN: While OpenOffice.org's Impress is a reasonable presentation program, it lacks one often-requested feature: the provision of a separate screen for the presenter. So it is encouraging that the OOo developers have just announced that this feature is now in development.

An open letter to Steve Ballmer from Mandriva

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MDV

François Bancilhon: We recently closed a deal with the Nigerian Government. Maybe you heard about it, Steve. They were looking for an affordable hardware+software solution for their schools. The initial batch was 17,000 machines. Then your people entered the game and the deal got more competitive.

Commandline Interface

Overcoming THE FEAR

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OSS

penguin pete: This being Halloween, it seems appropriate to talk about fear. Why don't more desktop users adapt to free computing? THE FEAR. The command line. Scary stuff, for some.

Living with Mandriva 2008

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MDV

linuxtechdaily: When Mandriva 2008 came out, I decided to stick with it, day in and day out and see how I felt. This isn’t a review, just a look at my experience with it. For those wanting a review, I’ll imitate one in one paragraph!

Fedora struggles with harm reduction via Codec Buddy

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linux.com: In public health, harm reduction is a practice that, rather than trying to eradicate potentially dangerous choices like prostitution, tries to minimize their effects. Often, the practice involves a limited condoning of the practice, such as safe injection sites for addicts. Harm reduction is the path that Fedora 8 has chosen on the issue of MP3 and other non-free codecs in the form of Codec Buddy.

The Command Line is Part of the Desktop!

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Linux

Don't be a "Putzbuntu!"

Why Mr. and Ms. Desktop Distro need to discover the Command Line. Part one of a series that may never end.

Halloween XII: What’s really behind those Microsoft licenses?

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OSS

zdnet blogs: In the last week of October 1998, a confidential Microsoft memo detailing their strategy against Linux and Open source was leaked to Eric S. Raymond, who annotated it and posted it on the web. This became known as the first Halloween Document. Between 1998 and 2004 Eric posted 10 other Halloween Documents. Now it’s 2007...

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