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|Story||Samsung's Galaxy Camera 2 starts to refine the Android point-and-shoot||Roy Schestowitz||05/01/2014 - 1:48pm|
|Story||To Windows and Back Again.||Roy Schestowitz||05/01/2014 - 1:38pm|
|Story||No hypervisor vulnerability exploited in OpenSSL site breach||Roy Schestowitz||05/01/2014 - 11:17am|
|Story||GNU/Linux is Kicking Ass At Netcraft||Roy Schestowitz||05/01/2014 - 11:00am|
|Story||LiMux - the IT evolution - An open source success story like never before||Roy Schestowitz||05/01/2014 - 10:56am|
|Story||EP Green/EFA to use open source to secure email||Roy Schestowitz||05/01/2014 - 10:50am|
|Story||New Year's Resolutions for SysAdmins||Roy Schestowitz||05/01/2014 - 10:05am|
|Story||DreamWorks will release its own 'Dreamtab' Android tablet this spring||Roy Schestowitz||05/01/2014 - 10:00am|
|Story||Open Computing Accelerated Sharply in 2013||Roy Schestowitz||05/01/2014 - 9:57am|
|Story||Ubuntu hints at full convergence and semi rolling updates||Roy Schestowitz||05/01/2014 - 1:04am|
- Backup Ubuntu using rdiff-backup
- HowTo: Rename multiple files recursively
- HowTo: Determine RedHat and Fedora release version
Adventures in Linux: Linux evolves so quickly that all sorts of nifty new feature/function that Linux Desktop users would probably love to have is also probably only in the newer releases. I am always interested in / curious about how well the bleeding edge stuff is doing. Mint 4.0 is about as bleeding edge as it gets.
- People of openSUSE: Keith Kastorff
- Open Source Profits During A Recession
- Even punk rockers are jumping on the open-source train
- Entropy updates - you call it, you get it
- Let's just ignore kernel bugs, what the heck!
- Fedora 8 with Enlightenment Window Manager
- Myths Stymie Linux Growth
- Qemu Persistent Knoppix
- Create impressive charts with Open Flash Chart
Linux Today: I am increasingly convinced all of the arguments between Linux distributions are going to become moot very soon. If they aren't there already.
paulsdigitalworld.blogspot: A post in Ubuntu forum about malicious commands is found here which makes me think about security in operating systems. My wonder is really what kind of control an operating system should offer users?
- Ubuntu 7.10 Gutsy Gibbon - Overview
- There’s way to much Ubuntu everywhere!
- Ubuntu Linux
- Ubuntu 7.10 + mythtv
- Ubuntu 8.04 (Hardy Heron) alpha 1 officially released
Linux Journal: SoX is a power-packed command-line tool for various types of audio processing. It's very useful as an audio format converter, and it can be used for resampling audio files, converting between endianness, audio encoding and modifying other attributes of common audio file formats.
mozillalinks: And we have a record. For the second time this week we have a Firefox update to address an unfortunate regression that slipped into las Monday’s Firefox 188.8.131.52.
linux.com: IPCop is a specialized Linux distribution whose sole purpose is to safeguard the computers and networks it is installed on. The distro proudly claims, "The Bad Packets Stop Here!" I recently installed IPCop 1.4.16 on my SOHO LAN, and found that it accomplishes what it sets out to do.
gimp.org: After four months of hard work we are proud to announce another release of the user manual. It features documentation for GIMP 2.4, new content, and an alternate CSS stylesheet for HTML.
my.opera.com: After creating the Gtk-enabled pluginwrapper for Kestrel Alpha, the second UNIX plugin milestone is reached. We can reveal that we have added support for windowless plugins!
blogs.zdnet: The MacOS X server discussion here two weeks ago included a comment from someone pushing the Linux/Unix distinction, my response pointing out that Linux is Unix and that people changing from something like HP-UX to Linux are changing Unix suppliers rather than OS architectures.
linuxlookup: Mandriva today introduced the 2008 Mandriva Flash 4GB, the newest member of the Mandriva Flash family that lets you take your entire desktop with you wherever you go.
Raiden's Realm: For those who like to do a lot of work on the command line, or for those wanting a much simpler approach to taking desktop screenshots, there's scrot. Scrot is short for "screen shot" and is a command line tool for doing exactly that.
- With Friends Like These - GNOME, OOXML, and ODF: A Q&A
- OpenDocument Format community steadfast despite theatrics of now impotent ‘Foundation’
- ODF VS OOXML: Library support shootout
mozillalinks.org: So far, the most useful new feature I’ve found in Firefox 3 is the much improved location bar autocomplete that unlike Firefox 2 which only looked for web addresses in my history, this one looks on visited and bookmarked page titles and tags along with web addresses.
linux.com: Slackware Linux today features a powerful and easy-to-use package management system, but making Slackware packages has not always been straightforward. Now Slackware application developers have a tool for easily making Slackware packages from source code and precompiled binaries. Src2pkg, now in version 1.6, very nearly lives up to its author's tag of being Slackware's "magic package maker."
ittoolbox blogs: This is a rant. If you are easily offended then don't read this. I repeat. Don't read this. I am going to be ranting about how fan boyz and girlz go on and on and on about how easy it is to install programs in windows and how hard it is to install programs in Linux.
etnews.co.kr: South and North Korea team up to develop a version of ‘Hana Linux (tentatively named)’ and set standards.
liquidat: The first KDE 4 release will come along with several major changes compared to KDE 3.x. While explanations for these changes have been posted at several places before there is a central list missing which explains the reasons to normal users. This post lists some hot topics and tries to shed some light on the reasons behind certain decisions..
Also: KDE 4 Application Porting Status