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|Story||The many Profiles of Enlightenment’s E17||srlinuxx||22/01/2013 - 9:24pm|
|Story||Mozilla Unveils Firefox OS Developer Phones||srlinuxx||22/01/2013 - 9:16pm|
|Story||Microsoft refuses to release study challenging Munich Linux success||srlinuxx||22/01/2013 - 7:41pm|
|Story||GitHub blocked in China||srlinuxx||22/01/2013 - 7:39pm|
|Story||Meet PicUntu, a lightweight Linux designed for tiny PCs||srlinuxx||22/01/2013 - 5:08pm|
|Story||Linux distro spotlight: Mageia||srlinuxx||22/01/2013 - 5:03pm|
|Story||Valve Suggesting Users Try Ubuntu||srlinuxx||21/01/2013 - 9:45pm|
|Story||Does GNOME 2 nostalgia harm the future of the free desktop?||srlinuxx||21/01/2013 - 9:29pm|
|Story||Kernel Log - Coming in 3.8 (Part 1)||srlinuxx||21/01/2013 - 9:26pm|
|Story||Head-to-Head Desktop Comparison: Ubuntu 12.10 vs. OS X Mountain Lion||srlinuxx||21/01/2013 - 9:25pm|
kernelTRAP: In an effort to fully understand the math proposed by Roman Zippel in his Really Fair Scheduler, Ingo Molnar implemented a simplified version of the logic on top of his Completely Fair Scheduler code which he then humorously labeled the Really Simple Really Fair Scheduler.
rudd-o: Don’t you hate it when you leave a shell open and you can’t unmount a disk volume because the shell has a firm grip on a directory in that disk? Well, there’s a solution.
masuran.org: I recently got into a discussion with some OOXML backers about whether or not OOXML can/should be made an ISO standard. To support my argument that the OOXML specification can't be fixed with a BRM, I've decided to compare the comments that were addressed at the ODF BRM and the ones that will have to be addressed at the OOXML BRM.
linux.com: If you want the old-time GNU/Linux experience, try configuring a Web camera. Unlike most peripherals, webcams are generally not configured during installation. Moreover, where printers have the Common Unix Printing System (CUPS) and its interfaces, with webcams you are generally thrown back on whatever resources you can find on the Internet and your own knowledge of kernel modules and drivers.
OSWeekly: In order for Automatix to be as hated as it has become by a select few, we need to first examine the reasons why the application is allegedly being targeted with such harsh words. With this article, we will closely examine why.
arstechnica: Opera has always defied conventional wisdom: in the past, the company was able to survive by selling web browsers when Microsoft and Netscape were giving them away. More recently, the company shifted to giving away its desktop browser. Now, the company has released alpha builds of the latest version of their desktop product, Opera 9.5.
- My Favorite Open Source Business Models
- Linux is Alright
- Open source acquisitions, time to grow up?
- PhpGedView puts your ancestors on the Web
- Ian Murdock: Where's the War?
- GP2X-F200 Video
- Time to Show More Oxygen
- GPLv3 up 19% over last week
- Layers of Ubuntu
searchsecurity.techtarget: Intrusion detection and intrusion prevention systems (IDS and IPS, respectively) provide the ability to inspect and analyse network traffic and either generate alerts or drop traffic in the event that an attack or a malicious event is detected. We're going to demonstrate.
- MAC address packet filtering using IPTables
- A Couple Ways to Debug mod_rewrite
- A nifty little trick for Openbox Arch
- Howto: Openfire - Ubuntu 6.06 LTS LAMP
- Making an Ubuntu Server - Part 1: The Plan
- Which interface is eth0?
- Tree view of directories and file listings from command line
techrepublic blogs: Mozilla Firefox is one of the most popular web browsers around today. But what does the Mozilla team have in store for us along security lines? To find out, let’s take a look at the pre-release version of Firefox 3 (code-named Gran Paradiso 1.9 Alpha 7).
Also: Mozilla debuts new Firefox first run page
And: Help Mozilla Test Gran Paradiso Alpha 7
zdnet: I finally had a chance to meet with our new librarian today. After being without an actual librarian for so long, it was incredibly cool to talk with someone who knew something more about academic research than how to Google. And best of all, she said, “I’m not afraid of learning new things. Why don’t you set up a server with one of the open source systems and I’ll give it a shot.”
arstechnica: Today marked the mildly delayed new release of X.org version 7.3, which corresponds to server version 1.4. The X.org community has been working out the last of the bugs since their code-base became semi-frozen on August 1st and are now confident that the release will be worth the wait.
Or: X.Org 7.3 Release Gets Delayed, Again
Tryst with Linux: Once upon a time there was a ’school’ that used predominantly Microsoft software. This ’school’ used PCs with Windows Servers and Windows XPs. The fact that this was a poor ’school’ meant that they couldn’t afford MS Office. They wanted to, but they couldn’t. So they installed the academic licences of StarOffice 7. All was good in the world.
datamation: The numbers, clearly, point to a major industry trend. Recent reports showing dramatic Linux job growth reflects a multi-year trend, says Paul Melde, Dice’s VP of technology. “I think what it really shows is continued strength in Linux job growth numbers,”
linux.com: One of the things Red Hat CEO Matthew Szulik loses sleep over is the digital divide, especially when it comes to children. He wanted to do something about the disparity in the availability of computing resources and skills between social classes, so he set aside corporate funds to create Red Hat High, a week-long technology summer camp for eighth- and ninth-grade students.
linux-watch: When the news broke about it being impossible to use Linux as a screen name on the Xbox 360 it sounded like such a Microsoft thing to do. Alas, the real reason why you can't use Linux as a screen name is much more mundane.
lxpages.com: Since we know that many of our visitors are Firefox users, we’ve compiled a huge list of Firefox tips, tricks and tutorials to boost browsing performance and more efficient.
adamw: We pushed 2008 RC1 today. There’s been a ton of bug fixing since Beta 2, so this should be quite a lot better. Cooker has been very busy lately: a couple of major changes have happened.
Also: Mandriva Linux 2008 RC1 released
cybernet: OpenOffice.org 2.3 is on the home stretch with the first Release Candidate being made available today. It’s been over 5-months since OpenOffice.org 2.2 was released, and I’m sure most users will be welcoming this update with open arms.
internetnews: Eudora is back. Well, almost. Qualcomm's Eudora e-mail client is taking its first steps in a comeback attempt with the beta release of Eudora 8.