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|Story||8 Interesting And Really Helpful Vim Editor Features||srlinuxx||11/07/2013 - 7:25pm|
|Story||What’s The Difference Between Linux Distributions If They’re All Linux?||srlinuxx||11/07/2013 - 7:23pm|
|Story||Charting a Safe Course w/ Netrunner 13.06 Enigma||srlinuxx||11/07/2013 - 7:21pm|
|Story||Big Browser News from Mozilla, Google and Opera||srlinuxx||11/07/2013 - 4:36pm|
|Story||Jos Poortvliet on openSUSE Merchandising||srlinuxx||11/07/2013 - 4:35pm|
|Story||Matchbox computers: Small is beautiful (and powerful)||srlinuxx||11/07/2013 - 4:33pm|
|Story||Porteus 2.1 Has Something for Everyone||srlinuxx||11/07/2013 - 6:36am|
|Story||Ubuntu App Charts June '13||srlinuxx||11/07/2013 - 6:31am|
|Story||The upcoming XO Tablet||srlinuxx||11/07/2013 - 6:27am|
|Story||GNOME Shell 3.9.4 Released||srlinuxx||11/07/2013 - 6:23am|
linux.com: X/OS Linux is a distribution built from Red Hat Enterprise Linux sources. Its developers claim it was created "to provide a hassle-free enterprise-class Linux operating system without usage terms tied to commercial services." I downloaded it expecting I might find all the refinement of Red Hat along with some improvements and the community one expects to find growing around free software. It seems I set my expectations too high.
dot.kde.org: As part of our KDE and Distributions series (1, 2, 3, 4) KDE Dot News spoke to representatives from Alt Linux. Russia recently announced plans to include GNU/Linux in every school in the country, and ALT Linux hopes to be the chosen distribution. Below CEO Alexey Smirnov and Andrey Cherepanov answer our questions about their relationship with KDE.
arstechnica: This Wednesday in KDE land sees the start of the Release Freeze for KDE 4.0, anticipating a final release in December. By then, KDE 4 will have been in development for two years and five months, counting from the aKademy conference in Malaga, Spain, in July 2005.
beranger: I might have irrational expectations, but once you can change the layout of some desktop environment "the easy way" — i.e. by using the mouse, not by manually editing config files —, shouldn't you be able to experience some ease with that?
cybernet: One of the new things in Ubuntu 7.10 is the ability to read and write to NTFS formatted drives, which is great for Windows XP and Vista users. What that means is that you can create a Firefox profile in Windows and set it up so that Ubuntu uses the exact same profile.
tectonic: Open Document format (ODF) yesterday became an official standard for South African government communications.
tuxicity.wordpress: On most distros the Stable version of Flash: 188.8.131.52 is available. To get Flash Player 9 to work in full screen mod mode you need Flash, build 184.108.40.206 , a prerelease of the next version of Flash. To get the prerelease of Flash you need to go to adobe.labs.com.
Its amazing what people are willing to do for ad-dollars nowadays. Don't fall for the trick that tech journalists use!
Infoworld blogs: It's a rite of passage. All new Linux users must face that ultimate test of courage and conviction: Fixing a broken video card configuration. One minor slip-up - selecting an unsupported resolution, choosing the wrong screen model - and Bam!
CyberOrg: Much awaited ATI 8.43.3 drivers are finally available. Here is what you need to do to get them working on openSUSE 10.3. Step 1. Get all requirements:
lkmltimes.brucalipto.org: Linus Torvalds has just released the first release candidate of the upcoming 2.6.24 Linux kernel: “This may count as one of the biggest -rc releases ever. This one is eleven megs!
/dev/loki: As it's a recurring question, here is how to add one or more directories to your PATH (on openSUSE, but applies more or less to other distributions as well). Note that I assume you're using bash as your shell.
linux.com: GeoGebra, a GPL-licensed teaching and learning tool that integrates geometry, algebra, and calculus, benefits both teachers and students alike. GeoGebra constructs geometrical figures and demonstrates the relationship between geometry and algebra. GeoGebra can help you create interactive demonstrations and precise images of geometric figures for inclusion in teaching and testing materials.
GIMP 2.4.0 is released and celebrated with a new look for gimp.org. Developers, artists and user interface designers from all over the world worked together to make GIMP more powerful and easier to use than ever.
Raiden's Realm: If you've run Freebsd for a while, you're likely by now interested in streamlining its operation a bit by building a custom kernel. While a generic kernel allows for easier portability of your install should something happen to the hardware, a custom kernel allows you greater speed by removing unnecessary configurations and options from the kernel.
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arstechnica: The One Laptop Per Child Foundation is now targeting deep-pocketed donors for its OLPC XO laptop. A new initiative launched by the group is actively looking for charitable foundations, not-for-profit organizations, and wealthy philanthropists to give the OLPC XO a boost.
hackfud.net: Every day I seem to read some article on-line which has some sentiment to the effect of “Linux is behind Windows on the desktop”, or, “Is Linux ready for the desktop?” , or “Linux isn’t ready for the desktop!”. The main, number one reason;
insidebayarea.com: Opening statements in the trial of computer science engineer Hans Reiser on charges he murdered his wife, Nina Reiser, have been delayed by at least a week because of concerns about potential prejudicial information in an upcoming national television show about his case.
Linux Planet: Part 1 of this article provided the general background a reader needs to solve problems with Linux. Part 2 of this article discussed the process of solving Linux problems. In this final part of a three-part series, we'll step through a real-world example of solving a Linux problem.