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|Story||Open source burrowed deeper into the enterprise in 2012||srlinuxx||17/12/2012 - 5:08pm|
|Story||THQ looking to Linux after Humble Bundle success||srlinuxx||17/12/2012 - 4:56pm|
|Story||some leftovers:||srlinuxx||15/12/2012 - 9:31pm|
|Story||Raspberry Pi founder has plans for a sequel in 2015||srlinuxx||15/12/2012 - 2:10am|
|Story||Steam Linux first impressions||srlinuxx||15/12/2012 - 1:53am|
|Story||Linux Journal Readers' Choice Awards 2012||srlinuxx||15/12/2012 - 1:48am|
|Story||Linux Distros You Never Heard Of||srlinuxx||15/12/2012 - 1:45am|
|Story||Web inventor to keynote at Linux conference||srlinuxx||15/12/2012 - 1:30am|
|Story||some leftovers:||srlinuxx||14/12/2012 - 9:14pm|
|Story||Archbang 2012.12 Review: Simple, light and fantastic||srlinuxx||14/12/2012 - 4:23am|
synergymx: There is a distinct lack of good applications for tracking your calendar, email, and tasks all in one location. Some applications do email but not calendar, where as others do calendars without email. As a business user there is a connection between the two.
LinuxWorld: Len Brown can only be a glutton for punishment; he is, after all, the maintainer of the Linux ACPI subsystem. That is a difficult position to be in: ACPI involves getting into the BIOS layer, an area of system software which is not always known for careful, high-quality work.
Penguin Pete: Check out what happens when a tool that has been a standard part of Unix - for what 30 years now? - gets ported to Windows for the first time. Here is "wingrep", the grep for Windows. So, today, class, we will learn all about (writing it on the chalkboard and underlining it twice) grep!:
Mandriva Press Release: Mandriva Korea (MetaNav) begins operations in order to offer Mandriva Linux solutions to organizations and people all over South Korea and the East Asia area.
CLICK: CentOS 5.0 loads OK, if a little slow (it was flummoxed for a minute by an unused SATA port), but upon launch looks much like Fedora, which is should, since CentOS is a Red Hat Enterprise Linux clone.
engadget: Just when we're in full-on video game mode, along comes a friendly tipster with some shots of the supposed successor to Nokia's N800 Internet Tablet.
CyberNetNews: One of the major disadvantages of Linux is that it won’t let you play most Windows games. On the other hand, lots of great free Linux games have been developed over the last couple of years. Here’s a list.
intranetjournal.com: In this article, we'll examine ten of these applications, with the understanding that both browser and email clients will not be in this list. The reason being is that default browser and email clients are already installed in nearly all desktop Linux distributions.
MaximumPC: Propriety formats, while convenient in their ubiquity, are inherently problematic, and there are some very compelling reasons to think twice about how you save your files. Here's why you should use open formats, and convince your colleagues (hint, hint to my colleagues) to do the same.
Red Hat Mag: The kernel uses heuristics to guess which pages of memory are likely to be needed in the near future, and tries to keep those pages in memory, regardless of whether they belong to processes or kernel caches.
blog.lxpages.com: In this article, we’ve put together a short list of torrent tools available to make your torrenting experience more interesting.
PCBurn: Greg KH has released patch 188.8.131.52 for the stable Linux kernel. Included is a single security fix. From the changelog: We (the -stable team) are announcing the release of the 184.108.40.206 kernel. It contains a security fix for SCTP that somehow forgot to be added to the 2.6.22 kernel.
itbusiness.ca: Linux-based and Unix-based apps are becoming commonplace in the enterprise, but some sectors are still holding out IDC and Info-Tech explain why our financial institutions are reluctant to take the plunge. Also: a consultant tells us where they could be missing out
kernelTRAP: Ingo Molnar's Completely Fair Scheduler has been merged into the Linux kernel for inclusion in the upcoming 2.6.23 release. A comment in the patch titled 'sched: cfs core code' noted, "apply the CFS core code.
Mark Shuttleworth: This is a call for developers who are interested in pushing the limits of content and code freedom. The goal is to provide a cleaner and easier to maintain base for projects like gNewSense.
The Jem Report: Ubuntu is open source, right? Most of it is, small parts of it are not. Even though it ships with some proprietary hardware drivers (a necessity in the desktop computing world, no matter what the hardliners say), one thing stands out as oddly hypocritical is the fact that Ubuntu's development tools -- collectively called Launchpad -- are proprietary. Even worse are the company's explanations for why Launchpad is proprietary.
Information Week: Novell plans to continue to distribute the latest versions of open source software to customers who purchased its Linux product through Microsoft, even though Microsoft itself has decided to make parts of the software unavailable, a Novell spokesman said.
Bonding is the same as port trunking. In the following I will use the word bonding because practically we will bond interfaces as one. Bonding allows you to aggregate multiple ports into a single group, effectively combining the bandwidth into a single connection.
linux.com: "Siag, it sucks less!" This is the slogan for Siag Office. This and the self-effacing name for the Siag Office Word Processor, Pathetic Writer, might leave you thinking that this office suite is a mere plaything, a university student's cobbled-together programming assignment. But don't be fooled by first impressions.
phoronix: CentOS, the popular community Linux distribution based upon Red Hat Enterprise Linux, has been at version 5.0 since April of this year, but joining the CentOS 5.0 fleet today is the LiveCD. The CentOS 5.0 LiveCD is based upon CentOS 5.0