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|Blog entry||Downtime - connectivity issues||srlinuxx||8||15/01/2010 - 10:25pm|
|Story||The Microsoft-Linux Story As Told in the Comes Exhibits||srlinuxx||15/01/2010 - 9:30pm|
|Story||Flexible for a Fluxbox? – Lightweight X Window Manager||srlinuxx||15/01/2010 - 9:28pm|
|Story||Wine Is a Long Shot at Solving the Windows-Apps-on-Linux Problem||srlinuxx||15/01/2010 - 9:26pm|
|Story||GNOME Shell tryout||srlinuxx||1||15/01/2010 - 9:15pm|
|Blog entry||Screencasting Under Linux--A brief Story||gfranken||15/01/2010 - 8:11pm|
|Story||5 powerful open source applications for businesses||srlinuxx||15/01/2010 - 7:26pm|
|Story||The 9 most important events in Open Source history||srlinuxx||15/01/2010 - 7:24pm|
|Story||Open Solaris 2009.06 - Slowly getting there||srlinuxx||15/01/2010 - 7:22pm|
|Story||Canonical releases Ubuntu 10.04 LTS Alpha 2||srlinuxx||15/01/2010 - 6:51pm|
Microsoft is on track to outsource more than 1,000 jobs a year to China, according to blistering evidence released yesterday in Microsoft's increasingly nasty spat with Google.
Online gamers are joining the US public to give their support to those affected by the aftermath of the destructive hurricane Katrina.
The CEO of Playlouder, Paul Hitchman, said he is "confident" other music labels will sign similar arrangements soon with ISPs in America and Europe. He called the deal between his company and Sony BMG the "most important development in digital distribution since the invention of the MP3 format."
It's happy days for pizza vendors and futon salesmen, as 100,000 college students swarm into Greater Boston for the start of a new academic year. But for college computer administrators, it's the season to be wary.
A team of South Korean scientists said on Friday that they had developed a new technology that could open the way to make new devices that could replace current silicon-based semiconductors.
Online scammers are registering domain names with Katrina in them to trick people out of their money. However, the domain Katrina.com has been owned for many years by a web designer in Virginia, she realized that she could help.
Roaring Penguin, a company best known for its spam-fighting server software, has recently decided to publicize the most "popular" words found in the spam messages its software has trapped.
The 2005 KDE conference aKademy in Malaga, Spain, ends on Sunday 4th of September. The Beach Party on Saturday night will be the grand finale of this event .
The Rolling Stones' first studio album in eight years has reportedly been illegally posted on the Internet.
A Linux developer is organizing volunteers for a public "web station" project to assist Hurricane Katrina victims.
Blue Macellari wrote the term paper back in 1999 while studying abroad, so the Duke University graduate student didn't understand why it was found on someone else's Web site -- or why it was for sale.
Apparently BLFS-6.1 was released well over a week ago and the time had finally come to finish up my LFS desktop. Unlike the LFS-html docbook, it's not laid out exactly in a linear manner. I had the basic LFS 6.1 install in place and I was hoping I only needed to pick up from there.
AMD's head of legal affairs, Thomas McCoy, said he thought Intel's reponse was "not surprising considering what they are trying to hide".
Once seen as flaky, cheap and the work of amateur developers, open source has emerged blinking into the daylight. So who's using open source? Why are they using it? And are the benefits worth the risks? The answers are surprising -- and dispel some of the myths surrounding open source.
Since the Big Four record label cartel started its sue 'em all marketing campaign, several victims have said they'd stand up to its RIAA. So far, none have due to their lack of financial and legal resources. But this may change with New York's Patricia Santangelo.
If LinuxWorld Expo has become the place for the suits, and OSCON has become a developer's haven, then where does the average Linux user get to go?
Well, that didn't take long. One day after revealing that it had been granted a patent for the user interface of its Creative Zen MP3 player, Creative accused Apple of violating said patent.
The crack is designed to let people use Media Player on a variety of platforms, including open source operating systems.
CardSystems violated contracts by not encrypting data and retaining data it wasn't supposed to-and then became the nation's largest data-theft victim. Now it wants bygones to be bygones.
To sniff out policy violations in your network, open-source Snort may be the only tool you need.