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|Story||Firefox 3.6.6 now available for download||srlinuxx||27/06/2010 - 4:19pm|
|Story||Mozilla Wins The American Business Awards “Most Innovative Company of the Year”||srlinuxx||2||27/06/2010 - 6:52am|
|Story||You Say Linux, I Say GNU/Linux||srlinuxx||4||27/06/2010 - 6:19am|
|Story||Using the Mint Menu in Ubuntu 10.04||mcasperson||27/06/2010 - 4:04am|
|Story||today's howtos & leftovers:||srlinuxx||27/06/2010 - 3:16am|
|Story||AWN vs Cairo Dock vs Docky||srlinuxx||26/06/2010 - 10:36pm|
|Story||On the Brokenness of File Locking||srlinuxx||26/06/2010 - 10:34pm|
|Story||Locking Down Linux: Is it Necessary?||srlinuxx||26/06/2010 - 10:33pm|
|Story||Moving to Linux||srlinuxx||26/06/2010 - 10:30pm|
|Story||New Releases Of GNOME Shell, Mutter||srlinuxx||26/06/2010 - 10:27pm|
Gr@vee wants to be your new search engine/social bookmarking/tagging site. Competing against Google, MSN et al. is a rather tall order, but they are coming at it with some unique ideas.
CodeWeavers and Linspire on Wednesday announced CrossOver Office for Linspire 5.0, the first time the software has been made available for the Linspire Linux OS.
Now it's time for this new Python user to do the hard work--code the program to fill in the blanks of Sudoku puzzles.
Gervase Markham, our man from Mozilla, says that charging for sending e-mails could create a dangerous precedent on the previously free-to-access internet.
An exploit that takes advantage of a recently-patched bug in Mozilla Corp.'s Firefox browser has gone public.
SimplyMEPIS is a KDE-based, Debian-derived distro that focuses on desktop use. The previous stable release came out in May of 2005, but the newest version of SimplyMEPIS is scheduled for release today, and it looks like a great release for anyone who's interested in desktop Linux.
Linuxgames.com reports, that Runesoft has released a demo for Northland, a strategy game developed by Funatics Software that features unit/structure management and adventure-style riddles.
Also: Enemy Territory: Quake Wars Preview
Red Hat Inc has announced that Hewlett-Packard Co has selected its Enterprise Linux operating system for its new Advanced Telecommunications Computing Architecture blade server.
The Gnome project Wednesday released version 2.12.3 of its popular Linux desktop, the final release in the 2.12 branch. Version 2.13 will be skipped, and the next edition, v2.14, is already well into development, the project said.
After initially downplaying reports that they will release their own operating system, Google has confirmed it is working on a desktop linux project called Goobuntu.
On the streets of Redmond, Wash. -- aka the center of all evil in the known universe -- you can now find buses bedecked with OpenOffice and Sun ads.
Beranger has posted some interesting screenshots showing the vast differences in search engine results in and out of the iron information curtain.
German networking equipment integrator Saxonia is shipping an x86-based outdoor WiFi router that runs Debian Sarge. The Meshnode router boots a 2.6.15 Linux kernel from CompactFlash, and offers lots of room to install most any normal x86 Debian package, the company says.
This guide will lead you through creating a secure ssl based webserver to be able to stream your multimedia across the World Wide Web. Before embarking on this journey I would highly recommend reading this documentation in it's fullest before executing any of it. You may find some pointers in the tips and tweaks section that you can make during installation that would make this install even easier and make it a one time install.
I got involved with Mozilla because I loved the idea of working on something that had the potential to make an impact on millions of people. My friends and I lived in our browsers, so there was also a tangible payoff for contributions that made it into a shipping Netscape release.
You can't please everyone, so you got to please yourself..(Ricky Nelson)
I don't imagine Ricky Nelson was thinking about tcp timeouts and keepalives in the 70's, and probably isn't still, but the subject comes up fairly often for me and never fails to be annoying.