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|Story||How To Restore Firefox Bookmarks||srlinuxx||05/11/2011 - 6:37pm|
|Story||Fedora 16 is gold, but more importantly…||srlinuxx||1||05/11/2011 - 2:03am|
|Story||Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Will Recommend 64-bit||srlinuxx||05/11/2011 - 1:54am|
|Story||GNOME Shell Now Works With Software Rendering||srlinuxx||05/11/2011 - 1:45am|
|Story||OpenOffice4Kids (OOo4Kids) - What has changed?||srlinuxx||05/11/2011 - 1:41am|
|Story||A walk down Firefox memory lane||srlinuxx||05/11/2011 - 1:35am|
|Story||Ubuntu 12.04 LTS To Target 750MB Image||srlinuxx||04/11/2011 - 10:35pm|
|Story||How Microsoft Learned to Stop Worrying and (Almost) Love Open Source||srlinuxx||04/11/2011 - 10:34pm|
|Story||Linux Mint 12 to Blend GNOMEs 2 & 3||srlinuxx||04/11/2011 - 10:31pm|
|Story||Kernel Log: more details on the kernel.org hack||srlinuxx||04/11/2011 - 8:55pm|
Novell this week dissolved its Linux Impact Team (LIT), headed by Nancy Faigen, and rolled the members of LIT into the regional sales teams. While disruptive to the individuals involved (and the LIT had some of Novell's very best employees - John Vigeant before he went to XenSource, Seth Shaw (not sure where he landed), Walter Knapp, etc.), I think this is a good move for Novell.
A Belgian firm is shipping a wireless robot shaped like Tux, the Linux mascot. The KYSOH (Keep Your Sense of Humor) "Tux Droid" itself does not run Linux, however, leading some early observers to question whether the gadget exploits the Tux form factor unfairly.
On March 28, Dell quietly announced that it would start offering a variety of laptops and desktops with pre-installed Linux. Now, Dell has started advertising its Linux desktops on Google ads.
While working on my personal blog site, which happens to have Google Adsense ads running on it, I was surprised to find Google ads for Linux-powered Dell desktops showing up. Here's what I saw:
The original intention of C was to provide a portable substitute for assembly language for implementing UNIX. C semantics are very similar to those of the PDP-11; for example, C includes shift operations but not rotation, because the PDP-11 didn’t have a rotate instruction. C did register naming for you, but everything else was designed to be trivial to map to an assembly language.
This short guide describes how you can configure your GNOME desktop to display various icons such as My Computer, Network Servers, Trash, etc. on the desktop. By default, these items are placed on one of the panels (Trash) or hidden in the Places menu.
Well, we've had some time to think about the new draft of GPLv3, and many of us have some questions. There is a new GPLv3 draft 3 FAQ that answers some questions that have already come up, like what do the brackets mean in the draft (that they are possible inclusions, but not certain - more on that in a minute).
If you run Ubuntu on a laptop or other LCD monitor, ever wanted to get the console font perfect?
enter the console or open a terminal window and enter;
sudo nano /boot/grub/menu.lst
Now in there should be a line, # defoptions=quiet splash
add one of the corresponded lines appropriate for the resolution you prefer or require.
How can open source software be harnessed to help solve environmental issues? The City of San Francisco is now starting to find that out, by turning to MapGuide Open Source software for use in its "urban forest" initiative.
Learn to search your data easier and more naturally with XQuery 1.0.
In my previous post OpenOffice.org Calc prevailed against KSpread, but now it's faces a new challenger. Will Gnumeric have what it takes to win the crown? Gnumeric is a Free, open source spreadsheet from the GNOME project.
I tested with Gnumeric version 1.7.0 in Kubuntu Edgy and 1.7.8 in Kubuntu Feisty. For Calc I used version 2.0.4.
I come in for criticism here when I write about the open source concept being extended into areas like politics and journalism.
It doesn't belong there, the critics charge. Where's the license agreement? You're rendering the concept meaningless.
OK, so how about cars? Or music?
Anaconda, the Red Hat / Fedora installer, has seen a few minor changes with Fedora 7 Test 3. I have provided screenshots of the most evident changes to the end-user, which consists of alterations on the pages for disk, time zone, and the actual install process.
After months of talking (possibly more lines than there are lines of code in both projects) things seems to be on the right track for merged project..
Recently the subject of mailing list discussion and offensiveness has erupted in the community. This has been triggered by a joke being sent to a list and the fallout that ensued after it. I am not going to comment on the specifics of that incident, but instead look at what I consider a critical issue here - the balance between political correctness and abusive discussion.
Frustrated writes: Henry. I have a problem with a text file. There are spaces at the beginning of most of the lines and I need to get rid of them. Can you suggest an easy way to do this?
Greetings Frustrated. You have certainly come to the right place, for I am Henry the Adequate, superhero, and my computer guru-ness is second only to that guy who empties the bins at the office.
Slackware is the most venerable of Linux distributions, loved and trusted by hordes of users, sysadmins and programmers around the world for its solidity and closeness to the ground. Slackware comes from an earlier time when Linux users were almost exclusively hackers who walked the command line without fear or prejudice, scorned the world of point and click, and never went out overdressed.
This method uses crontab to execute a shell script that downloads an updated urchin.js file every 24 hours and saves it into your local sites directory so that it can be served by your web server instead of the google-analytics.com web server.
Richard Stallman doesn't own an MP3 player. He doesn't own a mobile telephone. In fact, this techno-visionary -- a founder of the Free Software Foundation -- doesn't use any of the usual computer programs many people use.
The Free Software Foundation has admitted defeat in its attempts to ensure that the forthcoming GNU GPLv3 is compatible with the Apache and Eclipse licenses, meaning that code from some of the leading free and open source projects can still not be merged.