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|Story||Women in Open Source Week||Rianne Schestowitz||24/01/2014 - 7:53pm|
|Story||Research Shows Chromebooks Doing Very Well in the Education Market||Rianne Schestowitz||24/01/2014 - 7:48pm|
|Story||3 Reasons Why Ubuntu Smartphone Will Succeed||Roy Schestowitz||24/01/2014 - 5:23pm|
|Story||Raspberry Pi: Extending the life of the SD card||Roy Schestowitz||24/01/2014 - 5:18pm|
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|Story||Quirky Linux Gets More Pep Out of Puppy||Roy Schestowitz||24/01/2014 - 12:03pm|
|Story||Kali Linux 1.0.6, hands-on||Roy Schestowitz||24/01/2014 - 12:02pm|
|Story||Rifles powered by Linux purchased by US Army||Rianne Schestowitz||24/01/2014 - 8:55am|
|Story||PC-BSD 10.0-RC5 Now Available||Rianne Schestowitz||24/01/2014 - 4:59am|
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movingtofreedom.org: At last. I’m free of Microsoft Money, and therefore very close to being free of all my old proprietary applications. I’ve settled on KMyMoney as a capable free-as-in-freedom bookkeeping replacement.
c|net blog: Shuttle introduced its $199 KPC Linux PC here on Tuesday. It'll have an Intel Celeron processor, a 945GC chipset, 512MB of memory and either a 60GB or 80GB hard drive.
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- Got my OLPC machine yesterday
- Avoid Linux device support issues: A few minutes of research can make all the difference
- Learning from D-Feet: a quick look at a new D-Bus debugger
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redhatmagazine.com: Many people claim that “Linux is about choice!”. That’s a neat phrase, but what does it mean? Does it mean that you should have the ability to twist and turn 400 different knobs on your Linux install? That’s what some think. Does it mean that you have the right to choose Linux, or choose your flavor of Linux, and then choose from the package sets within those flavors? That’s what I and many others think. There is a very distinct difference here too. Let’s look at it from a food point of view (one of my favorite points-of-view).
kmandla.wordpress: In my seemingly eternal quest for a reasonable precompiled distro for my hideous old laptop, I turned to Linux Mint’s Fluxbox edition, thinking it might be an unusual enough variation from the original to solve some problems for me.
knolinux.com: I was happy as all get out to down the original version and try out on my laptop. Sad to say that I was never able to get encryption working on my wireless, but I was thrilled with the user interface.
pcworld.com: A laptop under US$100 could reach desks if a new venture formed by former chief technology officer of One Laptop Per Child, Mary Lou Jepsen, can deliver on its promises.
computerworld.com.au: Jonathan Corbet is an active kernel contributor, co-founder and president of Linux development community news site LWN.net, and the lead author of Linux Device Drivers, Third Edition. His renowned Kernel Report has been presented to audiences worldwide, and this year in Melbourne will mark his fourth appearance at Linux.conf.au. Here, Corbet offers Computerworld readers a sneak peek at the major themes behind this year's Kernel Report.
internetnews.com: One of the key reasons that Mozilla and its technologies are open source is the Mozilla Public License (MPL). Now, the closely watched MPL may be seeing an update after remaining unchanged for years.
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fosswire.com: K3B is an application that ships in the default KDE packages in most distributions, however it’s a very useful tool that can often be overlooked.
kernelTRAP: "This week, a total of 49 oopses and warnings have been reported, compared to 53 reports in the previous week," Arjan van de Ven noted, sending out a list of the week's top 10 kernel oopses.
blog.wired.com: Linux users unhappy with the GIMP image editor may want to take a look at Pixel, a cross platform image editing application, which more closely mirrors the behavior of Adobe Photoshop.
linux.com: Osmo, a compact yet feature-rich personal information organizer for Linux, separates itself from the pack of other calendar applications due to its light weight and easy-to-use design. The GPL-licensed Osmo includes a datebook calendar, a to-do organizer, and a contacts list, all with lots of intuitive options.
Bruce Byfield: Operating systems come with cultures as much as codebases. I was forcibly reminded of this fact over the holidays when several family members and neighbors press-ganged me into troubleshooting their Windows computers.
internetnews.com: The newest version of the popular RPM package manager is now out with improved performance and functionality. But there's a bit of a catch with RPM version 5.0. Linux vendor Red Hat officially considers RPM 5.0 a project fork.
junauza.blogspot: Immediately after Fedora 8 was unleashed, I made a post that gave an overview on its exciting new features. I also asked myself these questions: Is Werewolf Fedora’s Redeemer? Can Werewolf help put Fedora back on top? Two months later, I now have an answer.
The fourth issue of openSUSE Weekly News is now out! The issue covers events during the Christmas holidays. In this week’s issue A look at openSUSE’s accomplishments in 2007, openSUSE 11.0 now Scheduled, openSUSE Education goes Gold for 10.2, and Jeff Jaffe, Novell CTO, on the openSUSE Project.
computerworld: The One Laptop Per Child Project (OLPC) and Microsoft are working together to develop a dual-boot system to put both Linux and Windows on laptops aimed at kids in developing countries, the head of OLPC said in an interview Tuesday.
Also: OLPC America to launch in 2008
And: OLPC would welcome Intel back
raiden's realm: The "Year of Linux", as proclaimed by so many Linux evangelists out there is here. But it isn't quite what I thought it would be. It will be the trickle that became the mighty, unstoppable river.