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|Story||In-Fighting Continues Over Mir On Non-Unity Ubuntu||srlinuxx||18/06/2013 - 8:33pm|
|Story||Fields Of War Brings 200-Player Mech Battles To Linux||srlinuxx||18/06/2013 - 8:32pm|
|Story||Calling First-Time Speakers to Contribute at LinuxCon||srlinuxx||18/06/2013 - 8:18pm|
|Story||Leadwerks: Bringing AAA games to Linux||srlinuxx||18/06/2013 - 8:16pm|
|Story||Linux Foundation Sponsors IT Training Scholarship||srlinuxx||18/06/2013 - 8:14pm|
|Story||other leftovers:||srlinuxx||18/06/2013 - 4:42pm|
|Story||ubuntu leftovers:||srlinuxx||18/06/2013 - 4:29pm|
|Blog entry||Is OpenSuse a viable Ubuntu alternative?||fieldyweb||17/06/2013 - 8:21pm|
|Story||Reality Check: Defining The True Success of Linux||srlinuxx||17/06/2013 - 8:12pm|
|Story||DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 512||srlinuxx||17/06/2013 - 4:39pm|
kernelTRAP: OpenBSD project creator Theo de Raadt detailed his concerns regarding BSD-licensed code and Dual-BSD/GPL-licensed code being re-licensed under only the GPL as previously discussed here, "honestly, I was greatly troubled by the situation, because even people like Alan Cox were giving other Linux developers advice to ... break the law."
vertito.blogspot: Linux administration of RPM packages from linux boxes is basically required for keeping up and maintaining your package database tight, neat, and clean linux boxes. This has been possible from command line terminal ever since RedHat become well know.
pinderkent.blogsavy: I’m a staunch supporter of putting old, but working, computers to good use again. Personally, I have repurposed numerous systems back into production after they were deemed to be too old, and replaced with newer hardware. One of my favourite tools for enabling this is NetBSD.
bri-computer.blogspot: If you're like me, a total cheapskate, I believe that you would do well on Ubuntu or PCLinuxOS. Both are very user friendly, and I was blown away by the two Operating Systems.
matt asay: The Economist has an amazingly good article this week on Google, and its growing influence and power. Rather than ring alarm bells about Google's sometimes casual approach to privacy concerns, the article suggests that Google needs a deeper change of heart.
gentoo.org: The database will be shutdown and backed up, final consistency checks will be performed, and pending the unforseen, the conversion to full UTF-8 support is the last step. The forums will be shutdown during this time. This activity is scheduled to start on 2007-09-08.
- 2007 OLF Speakers
- Nero burns on Linux
- Motorola's Linux phone arrives at U.S. stores
- Free x86 Linux router distro rev'd
- Finally! Upgraded to 7.04 "Feisty"
- Open source booming in K-12 education
- Email marketer harnesses the power of Gentoo
- Two More Linux Games
- Command line tip - add a user from the command line
- Finstall: New GUI installer for FreeBSD Operating System
- Xandros CEO Andreas Typaldos: Getting Along With Redmond
- Video on the Web: Browser Support
CLICK: Since my Puppy 2.16 review took so long that 2.17 came out before I finished it, I decided to dive into Puppy 2.17 now so I don't get beat by 2.18 (though I offer no guarantees).
kernelTRAP: "I've long hated the non-killability of tasks accessing a dead NFS server," Matthew Wilcox said along with a prototype patch to fix the issue based on a 2002 posting by Linus Torvalds.
Motley Fool: Novell came up aces in its third-quarter report yesterday. The fact that revenues grew means a couple of good things for the software platform designer.
Linux Today: It was, for me, a fascinating study of short-term versus long-term as I watched the proceedings surrounding the standardization process of Microsoft's Open XML document format unfold this week. But then, I am easily fascinated.
CLICK: I've probably written the following line a hundred times: "The Xfce desktop didn't seem any quicker than GNOME." After running the Xfce-based Xubuntu, Vector and ZenWalk, as well as running Slackware with Xfce, I decided to try it in Debian.
computerworld: The company manufacturing the One Laptop Per Child notebook played down the impact of component shortages, rebutting local reports that the shortages will affect supplies of the computer when it ships in October.
Tux Love (PC World): Most people don't realise how their browsers betray them. It's not so bad at home, but in a work context it could cost you your job.
Also: FileZilla 3 brings Windows FTP goodness to Linux
the inquirer: PEOPLE in the city of Lund in Sweden that use the Microsoft Vista OS can't connect to the Internet. The reason is because Lund is a Linux city which has a a Linux server that doesn't like Vista.
jem report: I've always resisted the urge to blindly bash Microsoft -- indeed it does make a few really nice products, and has had a positive impact on the computing world in some important ways. Today I'm writing about something that all computer users need to be aware of, and Microsoft's at the forefront of the effort that goes against user interests.
Also: Microsoft and Its Rivals Take 'Office' Politics Global
And: When the standards are this low, no one wins
- Linux backups powered by Tar
- Working with GNOME in Fedora 7
- How to install/use packages in UBUNTU 7.04 DVD?
- How to use Squid as an easy web filter
- Ubuntu: Huawei E220 for the sake of Celcom 3G
- Software audio mixing in Ubuntu
- Delve deep into drives
PCBurn: Greg KH and the -stable team have tagged another release of the 2.6.22 stable kernel. 184.108.40.206 fixes PCI, USB, and TCP bugs which will affect most users along with a handful of more specific issues.
Mandriva PR: Mandriva showcased the first prototype of the Mandriva Linux distribution with KDE running on the new Intel Mobile Internet Device (MID) platform at the aKademy 2007 conference.
JonoBacon: Well folks, we are getting closer and closer to the release of Ubuntu 7.10, the Gutsy Gibbon, and it is going to rock like a good ‘un when it comes out. Now, I need to draw your attention to something that is always important.