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|Story||Running SilverStripe On Nginx (LEMP) On Debian Wheezy/Ubuntu 13.04||falko||15/10/2013 - 11:21am|
|Story||Debian 7.2 Update Released||srlinuxx||15/10/2013 - 4:07am|
|Story||Notable Ubuntu Derivatives||srlinuxx||14/10/2013 - 10:20pm|
|Story||I tried Fedora 19 KDE one more time||srlinuxx||14/10/2013 - 10:17pm|
|Story||Mageia 3 Review||srlinuxx||14/10/2013 - 10:00pm|
|Story||Debian Project News - October 14th||srlinuxx||14/10/2013 - 9:58pm|
|Story||can you use Linux or not||srlinuxx||14/10/2013 - 7:59pm|
|Story||DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 529||srlinuxx||14/10/2013 - 5:38pm|
|Story||15 Ways to Reduce Image Size||srlinuxx||14/10/2013 - 5:35pm|
|Story||The Linux Setup - Gabriel Nordeborn||srlinuxx||14/10/2013 - 5:08pm|
linux.com: Are you a crafter of icons, sounds, backgrounds and splash screens, or even window manager themes? Selecting the right license for your artwork to coexist with free software is no trivial task.
techzone: The download was slick and the LiveCD booted to a very impressive looking desktop. The artwork was awesome, I was simply bowled over. However, an error popped up informing me that Linux Mint Menu has quit unexpectedly.
computerworld: Novell's Linux business has soared 243 percent since last November when the company signed its controversial deal with Microsoft. And, that growth doesn't seem to be short-lived.
desktoplinux: Linspire has announced the immediate availability of its first commercial paid support offerings for Freespire 2.0 users. Linspire has now made competitively priced paid support options available at its Freespire support site.
planet.sabayonlinux.org: Well, this morning I was thinking that I need to blog a little bit more, so here I am. Things are going well on the Sabayon side, we released a nearly perfect miniEdition last week and that’s a good thing from the QA side. Talking about future releases:
OpenSUSE 10.3 final is due out in just a few days, so let's take a look at the progress. Folks have been testing this release candidate and posting their thoughts here and there. My own testing was delayed primarily due to the some of the joys of running Gentoo fulltime, but I was finally able to devote my full attention to openSUSE 10.3 RC1. As per my usual, I downloaded the DVD iso delta. This time it was 422 MB. I don't usually test everything with these developmental releases, but what I have tested is looking good.
phoronix: It is going on two years since support for Scalable Link Interface (SLI) was introduced into NVIDIA's Linux binary display driver. This support had come a year after it was officially launched and supported by the Windows ForceWare display driver and there were a number of problems. However, things have changed recently and in this article we compare the single and dual GPU performance under both operating systems.
Also: Nouveau Companion 27
crn.com: A user or sysadmin posts about problems with a brand new Vista PC on a support forum. Within minutes, a "helpful" soul suggests a fix: "Install Linux!"
- Linux: CFS Development Tree Backported
- Matt Asay: Developers hot or cold on GPLv3?
- Linux: MMC Flash Memory Card Support
- Next Firefox will tell Google all about you
- Top 10 Firefox Extensions, and More
- A (Linux) use for x86 virtualization?
- Updating your timezone data for daylight savings changes
- Get Involved with Foresight Linux
- Vista slowly continues its growth Linux more aggressive than Mac OS
- kernelTRAP: SELinux vs. OpenBSD's Default Security
- Steve Wozniak: Apple savvy has made him open-source ignorant
- Open Source Solutions: Seek Value Beyond Cost
- Bring on naked PCs, says think tank
- Red Hat: Herndon firm wins IT work from Energy Department
opensuse news: Stephan Kulow has announced openSUSE 10.3 Live CDs based on Release Candidate 2 which also got synced out - its live installer should still be considered Alpha. The security support for SUSE Linux 10.0 will be discontinued soon, after over two years. The openSUSE Codecs Site went online which will provide openSUSE 10.3 users with hints when they try to play unsupported formats.
foogazi.com: I’ve always been the guy my friends and family turn to with computer questions. I’ve also always been the guy my computer literate friends turn to with Linux questions. I always find myself answering the “Should I use Linux?” question with one simple answer: “Not if you want to play games. Stick with Windows.”
packt publishing: Linux4afrika has the objective of bridging the digital divide between the developed countries and the disadvantaged countries, especially in Africa, by supporting people getting access to information technology. In this interview with the founder Hans-Peter Merkel, we explore the idea, the support, and the future of this movement.
linux.com: Xen is a powerful new virtualization system that enables you to run multiple operating systems on one computer. Here's how you can install it on your Fedora machine, and how to get it configured to best suit your environment.
linuxmini.blogspot: Officially announced on 29th August 2007, Ubuntu 8.04 operating system is scheduled to be released somewhere at the end of April 2008 and the important part is that it will be supported with security updates for 5 years on the server and 3 years on the desktop.
LWN: The 18.104.22.168 stable kernel update is out. There are quite a few fixes this time around; they address problems all over the kernel.
raiden's realm: Mario. Probably one of the best and most memorable of great classic games. It still thrills and excites even to this day in all its forms. So much so that it's still spawning new and exciting versions of our favorite plumber and his friends. But what if Mario wasn't a plumber? What if he were, say, a penguin? If he were, then you'd have Super Tux!
zdnet: Veteran Microsoft security expert Jesper Johansson has said he may dump Microsoft's Windows Media Center in favour of Ubuntu-affiliated LinuxMCE after struggling with the software giant's digital-rights management software.
softpedia: Linux Mint is an elegant, up to date and comfortable GNU/Linux desktop distribution based on the very popular Ubuntu distribution. It offers paid commercial support to companies and individuals. Free community support is also available from the forums and the IRC channel.
pcworld: The initial reaction to Symphony's release has been tepid at best, for plenty of good reasons. IBM's use of the Symphony name may be a surprise, but the OpenOffice-based offering, itself, is not.
OSWeekly: It's been a wild ride, but I have definitely not regretted my choice to make Ubuntu a major part of my life. As a full-time user, I have been charged by Windows and Linux user alike for not following their own lemming-like mindsets. And this has bothered me for some time now.