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Story Too Many Forks, the Right Distro, and Reason for Fedora Rianne Schestowitz 04/11/2014 - 5:29am
Story HarrisData Supports Linux with new 'AppsInHD' Platform Rianne Schestowitz 04/11/2014 - 5:24am
Story Ubuntu Laptop Buying Guide Rianne Schestowitz 04/11/2014 - 5:21am
Story Hackable drone controller runs Linux Rianne Schestowitz 04/11/2014 - 4:52am
Story Trisquel 7.0 LTS Belenos Rianne Schestowitz 04/11/2014 - 1:59am
Story UbuTricks 14.11.03 Released with Support for 5 More Apps, Cinnamon PPA Rianne Schestowitz 04/11/2014 - 1:56am
Story Nexus 9 Review: A Powerful Tablet…for Android Die-Hards Only Rianne Schestowitz 04/11/2014 - 1:44am
Story today's howtos Roy Schestowitz 03/11/2014 - 9:28pm
Story Leftovers: Gaming Roy Schestowitz 03/11/2014 - 9:27pm
Story Leftovers: Screenshots Roy Schestowitz 03/11/2014 - 9:26pm

Google unveils Chrome source code and Linux port

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Google
  • Google unveils Chrome source code and Linux port

  • If Google’s new browser isn’t even available on Linux, why is this great news for Linux
  • First look at Google Chrome
  • Hands on: Google Chrome review
  • Chrome - first impressions
  • Hands-On With Chrome: Clean and Crisp, But Needs Extensions
  • LIVE, from Google Chrome Demo
  • Why I won’t be using Google’s Chrome much
  • Intuitive system that guards against irritating crashes
  • Google Chrome Memory Usage
  • Google Chrome is insanely fast … faster than Firefox 3.0
  • Google Chrome: Steal this browser
  • Can Google not do evil?

5 Best HTML Editors for Linux

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Software

junauza.com: Creating a website has become a lot easier these days, thanks to the more powerful and versatile HTML editors. To those who are using Linux and are seriously considering a career in web development, you can try some of the best Free and Open-source HTML editors that I have here on my list:

Playdeb - The Gaming Repository for Ubuntu

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Gaming

tombuntu.com: Tired of finding and downloading packages for games, and having to check for updates youself? Playdeb is a software repository for the games available on GetDeb, who package recent games and applications for Ubuntu. With Playdeb, games are easy to install and will be updated when new versions are available.

Strip mining of open source

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OSS

itpro.co.uk: Strip mining of open source can be interpreted as the appropriation of free software code for proprietary gain with no intention of feeding code changes back to the community. Open source software developers beware...

Advertising Firm Standardizes On Ubuntu Linux Servers, Desktops

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Ubuntu

workswithu.com: Advertising and marketing agencies have been loyal to the Apple Macintosh for more than two decades. But Yooter InterActive Marketing Agency is breaking from tradition and standardizing on Ubuntu Server Edition and Ubuntu Desktop Edition, Works With U has learned. Here are the details.

Mozilla delays Firefox 3.1 beta release by three weeks

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Moz/FF
  • Mozilla delays Firefox 3.1 beta release by three weeks

  • Mozilla, Firefox and Google Chrome
  • The real reason Google is making Chrome
  • Google Chrome: Winners and Losers
  • Why Google Chrome Really Matters
  • 11 Reasons Why Firefox Should Really, Really Be Afraid of Google's Chrome
  • about:mozilla - Ubiquity, Fennec, Shredder, Firefox logo, Chrome, upcoming events, and more…

Small KWin update

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KDE

undefinedfire.com: Kind of a quiet week the past week in KWin—a few bug fixes, some backend work and a couple of small (But extremely useful) features thrown in as a bonus.

Debian not complying to licenses

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Linux

blog.daniel-baumann.ch: A couple of years ago, I took over the maintenance of the syslinux package since its previous maintainer was MIA. if debian-cd is embedding a syslinux binary with a different version, it must contain the sources for it

VIA births another kneetop

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Linux
Hardware

theinquirer.net: VIA HAS ANNOUNCED the release of yet another teeny weeny snappy lappy with Vista Home Basic out of the box alongside a Linux dual interface.

Tomorrow's War: Why FOSS Needs to Change its Views of Apple

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Mac
OSS

itmanagement.earthweb: By definition, free and open source software (FOSS) is opposed to proprietary companies. But, while fear and loathing of Microsoft often reaches towering, even paranoid heights, Apple is hardly ever condemned, and even seems to be regarded with approval by many members of the FOSS community. Yet, in some ways, Apple poses a greater proprietary threat than Microsoft.

About the openSUSE Board and the Elections

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SUSE

dev-loki.blogspot: As you have probably already read, the openSUSE Election Committee has taken over and finalized a process and page about the upcoming openSUSE Board Elections. These are drawn on the preliminary work of the current Board and the community itself.

Opening the box: The story of the Pandora (so far)

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Linux
Interviews
Gaming

pocketgamer.co.uk: Open source handhelds have been with us for a while now. Those of you with a decent memory will recall the excellent GP2X from Korean manufacturer Gamepark Holdings. Sadly, production of the GP2X has now ceased. We spoke to Craig Rothwell about why he's helping to produce the Pandora.

few howtos:

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HowTos
  • Taming your daemons with PSMon

  • Removing files for which you have no write access from the GNOME Wastebasket
  • Generate Random Passwords on the Linux Command Line
  • Enable Media player in CentOS
  • Create a Bootable Ubuntu USB Flash Drive the Easy Way

Acer Aspire One Review

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Linux
Hardware

linuxhaxor.net: Ever since the first rumors about an Apple tablet computer, and more recently an ultra-portable notebook caught my attention a couple of years ago, I’ve been holding out on upgrading my beloved Sharp Zaurus. Apple still hasn’t made good on the seeds it planted. I’m now a bona fide member of the netbook craze

Citibank infuriating its customers with Linux-hostile site

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Linux

theinquirer.net: IF YOU BUY one of those nifty Linux preloaded notebooks from the likes of Dell, Asus, or Lenovo, the default web browser will always be Firefox.

FSF and Stephen Fry celebrate the GNU Project 25th anniversary

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OSS

fsf.org: The GNU operating system is turning 25 this year, and the Free Software Foundation (FSF) has kicked off its month-long celebration of the anniversary by releasing "Happy Birthday to GNU," a short film featuring the English humorist, actor, novelist and filmmaker Stephen Fry.

odds & ends

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News
  • PCLinuxOS 2008 MiniMe

  • Diet Ubuntu - An In-depth Guide
  • Xfce 4.6 Being Released This Month
  • 2.6.27-rc5, Fixing Regressions
  • KDE Commit-Digest for 31st August 2008
  • When Linux gets cited as a matter of course, it’s truly gone mainstream

Debian Project News - September 1st, 2008

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Linux

Welcome to this year's 10th issue of DPN, the newsletter for the Debian community. Some of the topics covered in this issue include: Debian Live Lenny Beta1 released, Debian Translations for French and German Reach 100%, and much more.

Analysts fail on open source

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OSS

zdnetasia.com: Industry analysts can play a valuable role. But their shortcomings are particularly evident in their coverage of open source software. And, apart from analysts, what viable alternative information sources exist?

You Should Try At Least One of These 7 Distros

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Linux
  • You Should Try At Least One of These 7 Leading Linux Distros

  • One Tale of Two Scientific Distros
  • The name of the next Debian Stable Release announced
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