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tweaktown.com: So to make this review more interesting we have decided to look under the Eee PC’s skirt to see what makes her so cute and sexy. We have taken the Eee PC apart to the component level and we are going to divulge each and every bulge.
Also: Cheap Asus Eee Linux Laptop Now On Sale in the States
Luis Villa’s Blog: As I just announced on foundation-list, I’ll be running again for the Board this year. This will be an unusual candidacy. I will not be running to do various and sundry board tasks; I’ll be running to do exactly one thing:
Also: Will GNOME split give Microsoft Open XML standards win?
- Happy Halloween from a PC (pumpkin computer)
- When a Geek Carves a Pumpkin
- Winner of RHmag Pumpkin Contest
iTWire: It's hard to believe that Dell is serious about its well-publicised program to put Linux computers on the global market when there are blatantly obvious instances where the limited range of Ubuntu notebooks and desktops are more expensive than their Windows equivalent. However, is pricing as important as some may think?
eWeek: The Linux community is questioning research that suggests the open-source operating system is losing market share to Windows on preinstalled x86 servers, saying that Linux is undercounted in those kinds of studies.
OpenOffice.org Tips: Labels don't always match up perfectly, especially those little return address labels. What can you do, besides prayer and fasting, and wasting labels?
freshmeat: GIMP is the GNU Image Manipulation Program. It is a freely distributed piece of software suitable for such tasks as photo retouching, image composition and image authoring. GIMP 2.4.1 is a major buxfix release.
catholicnews.com: A plan to equip the world's poorest schoolchildren with a low-cost, rugged, portable, wireless laptop has found some enthusiastic support among the Jesuits and in the Vatican.
junauza.blogspot: Last Month, the first ever Geek of the Month honour was given to Charles Babbage. For this month, it will go to the man who needs no introduction; Linus Benedict Torvalds.
beranger: I was reluctant to see PulseAudio born, but I thought it would make us free of the known limitations of the existing technologies. The Interview with Lennart Poettering was therefore welcomed... ...until I've read:
the inquirer: THE GROUP set up to push the Open Document Format for Office Applications (ODF) is abandoning its support of that file format.
Also: A pattern is emerging
DPotD: Thoggen is a GTK+ based DVD ripper with very simple user interface. The name is based on the fact that it outputs the video to Theora/Ogg format.
- In-Depth Roadmap Analysis For Ubuntu Hardy Heron 8.04
- Ubuntu is NOT causing aggressive power management
- Developer Summit Day 2 Report
- Ubuntu: an appraisal of hardware support
- Quo Vadis, Kubuntu?
linuxworld: The ever-contentious Linux Security Modules (LSM) API is being debated once again on linux-kernel, not its removal, which Linus Torvalds came down firmly against, but whether it should allow security modules to be loaded dynamically.
- Apache authentication and authorization using LDAP
- Howto Have Grub Like SUSE on Ubuntu
- Installing C#/Mono(.NET)/MonoDevelop/XSP in Ubuntu Gutsy Gibbon(7.10)
bangkok post: A Canadian alternative to the much talked about "one hundred dollar laptop" is making the rounds, with zero maintenance or moving parts, which can be shared by a number of children running free and open source software.
- PCLinuxOS 2007 voted best Live CD Distro
- Doing my job the opensource way
- Finally Got 3D Desktop Effects in My Ubuntu Gutsy (ATI Hardware)
- My new job
- Idiot Bug of the Day
- Linux: General Purpose Input/Output Framework
- Meet the Tuxers
- GP2X Game - Super Mario War (Nintendo Fan Game)
- BBC tech chief hits back at iPlayer critics
- Giant firewall runs Linux
- Google mobile OS to surface in 2 weeks?
phoronix: KDE 4.0 Beta 4 was released earlier today and it features a number of bug fixes along with cleaning up the KDE code-base and at the same time adding a few new enhancements to the KDE 4.0 feature set.
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kde.org: The KDE Community is happy to release the fourth Beta for KDE 4.0. This Beta aimed at further polishing of the KDE codebase and we would love to start receiving feedback from testers.