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|Story||Qualcomm's Toq smartwatch coming December 2nd for $349.99||Roy Schestowitz||21/11/2013 - 4:36pm|
|Story||Ouya goes white with new limited edition, more expensive microconsole||Roy Schestowitz||21/11/2013 - 4:31pm|
|Story||PyPy 2.2 released||Roy Schestowitz||21/11/2013 - 4:20pm|
|Story||Top 20 mobile skills in demand||Roy Schestowitz||21/11/2013 - 4:15pm|
|Story||Valve—It Really Does Love Linux||Roy Schestowitz||21/11/2013 - 4:08pm|
|Story||Ubuntu dev, media slammed over 'security' comment||Roy Schestowitz||21/11/2013 - 4:05pm|
|Story||Today's Howtos and Software||Roy Schestowitz||21/11/2013 - 11:15am|
|Story||Devil is in the details of Oracle-to-PostgreSQL migration||Roy Schestowitz||21/11/2013 - 10:48am|
|Story||Step back, haters: Firefox phone now has ‘thousands of apps’ and global growth||Rianne Schestowitz||21/11/2013 - 8:48am|
|Story||Firefox debuts new UI that looks like Chrome, but does that mean it can compete with Chrome?||Rianne Schestowitz||21/11/2013 - 8:34am|
polishlinux: Ubuntu 7.10 Gutsy Gibbon has been released today. I haven’t tested any alpha or beta versions of the new product from Canonical. I have decided to wait for the Release Candidate, since this has proved to work for me in the past. In short: it did not disappoint me.
Also: Tips for the impatient: downloading Ubuntu Gutsy
And: A gutsy new Linux system
&: How to get great custom effects in Ubuntu’s Gutsy Gibbon
OpenOffice.org Tips: Back in the good old days of 1.x, you could draw a line, then draw an object, and make the object move along whatever line that was. It was great. Then the lovely redesign of Impress came, and that user-defined motion path feature got lost along the way. It's back!
thetruthaboutmozilla.wordpress: The infamous Chris Blizzard, who now sits on the board of directors for the Mozilla Corporation and formerly sat on the board for the Mozilla Foundation, will be joining the Mozilla Corporation’s team as a full-time employee.
liquidat: Smolt, a hardware statistics collecting program, got a major update. It now supports hardware rating and is connected to a Wiki to share solutions for hardware problems.
OSWeekly: Newsflash for those of you who believe that we lost iPod support - we never had it in the first place. It's true, and frankly, the fact that Apple has decided to make themselves even more isolated in their own world is fine by me.
Bangkok Post: Novell Suse Linux is positioning itself to be the corporate Linux of choice for today's multi-OS corporation thanks to a series of agreements with companies such as SAP and Microsoft. In particular Novell is interested in the government sector in Asia.
Open Source and funky free ethics are no match for a good expensive closed application installed kid. There's a disturbance in the source.
smspillaz.wordpress.com: Welcome to another edition of Compiz Fusion Community News. Over the past fortnight we have seen numerous fixes in preparation for the 0.6.0 release and some new features along the way. This week is also a big week for Compiz Fusion due to the release of a new ATI Driver (more about that later), and Ubuntu Gutsy Gibbon.
Rudd-O: Windows has Explorer. Mac OS has Finder. GNOME has Nautilus. And KDE had, up to a number of months ago, Konqueror. Now, together with the up-and-coming KDE 4, a simple file manager named Dolphin takes on file management. So how does Dolphin stack up?
pcworld: Drupal started out as a college experiment. The Open Source content management system now powers about 200,000 public facing Web sites and numerous intranet sites around the world. In this interview Dries Buytaert tells us all about the project which manifested from a chain of unexpected events.
Also: Drupal 4.7.8 and 5.3 released: Security updates and bugfixes.
And: Drupal 6.0 beta 2 released
linux-watch: It’s become an annual event. Steve Ballmer shoots his yap about how Linux and open source violate Microsoft patents. The open-source community says, “OK, show us your cards, your patents,” and Ballmer shuts up for six months or so.
- Jono Bacon: 7.10 Released
- Inside Ubuntu Gutsy 7.10
- Ubuntu gets Gutsy, but is Linux ready?
- Gutsy Gibbon Release Notes
- Official Announcement: Ubuntu 7.10 Released
- Upgrading to Ubuntu 7.10
- Five Tips for Ubuntu 7.10 Gutsy Gibbon
- What's New in Ubuntu 7.10? (a.k.a. Gutsy Gibbon)
- Doomsday 7.10 is here!
linux-mag: Once again, the Linux Foundation Desktop Linux (DTL) workgroup is polling users to find out what desktop Linux really needs. While the foundation folks conduct the poll, let me share my top three priorities for the Linux desktop in 2008: Applications, multimedia, and polish.
pcworld: The Bhutan government liked its first taste of Linux so much that it has come back for seconds, releasing an updated version of its Debian-based operating system that it launched last year.
obsidianprofile.com: This is beginning of a series of articles on how to package an application for Gentoo's Portage. I'm going to start by creating a more advanced rc-script than what I wrote for the BIOS_LEVEL article, then in later entries create an ebuild and show how to put it into portage so you can emerge ushare.
tectonic: Ubuntu today released it's latest version of the popular Linux distribution, Gutsy Gibbon. Gutsy features better power management, improved hardware compatability, easier printer configuration and lots of desktop eye candy.
Also: Gutsy Gibbon step-by-step installation guide with screenshots
matt asay: I will admit to being a Linux desktop nonbeliever. It feels a bit like yesterday's battle fought with the wrong weapons: geekiness rather than ease of use. There's a chance - still a slim one, but a chance nonetheless - that Ubuntu will change that.
This is a detailed description about how to set up an OpenSUSE 10.3 server that offers all services needed by ISPs and hosters.
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- CryoPID: Freeze and Unfreeze processes in Linux
- Meet the Chumby
- Use Flash wih Mandriva 2008.0 64 bits
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wired blogs: The familiar old script that Linux is only for geeks has been largely rewritten recently with the arrival of Ubuntu, a version of Linux for the average user. In its three years on the scene, Ubuntu has quickly gained a reputation for being easy to configure and use.
Also: Ubuntu Studio 7.10 Screenshots
And: 10 Rocking Features in 10 Days: The killer feature - the Ubuntu community