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Story INTEL to launch dual-core Pentium 'next week' srlinuxx 11/04/2005 - 12:07pm
Story Microsoft warms up for patch Tuesday srlinuxx 11/04/2005 - 12:11pm
Story Gamers may get better explosions through science srlinuxx 11/04/2005 - 12:17pm
Story Tamil Nadu student bags IBM Linux prize srlinuxx 11/04/2005 - 12:22pm
Story Training a new breed of hacker srlinuxx 11/04/2005 - 12:28pm
Story Bionic suit offers wearers super-strength srlinuxx 11/04/2005 - 12:36pm
Story Open Source Unwrapped srlinuxx 11/04/2005 - 12:41pm
Story Sun joins open-source-hating corporate club srlinuxx 11/04/2005 - 12:47pm
Story Massive starts network to put ads in video games srlinuxx 11/04/2005 - 12:55pm
Story Red Hat is proud of Linux's success srlinuxx 11/04/2005 - 5:17pm

Customizing Fedora 4

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Linux

Although Red Hat sticks by a six to twelve month release cycle for its Fedora Core Project the number of FOSS advancements made in that short period is simply staggering. With the number of Fedora fresh installs we perform on a weekly basis using all sorts of hardware, and with Fedora Core 5 not being scheduled for release until at least February of 2006, we have begun to work on optimizing the FC4 build to provide for local install CDs that are up-to-date when it comes to all of the packages as well as including some Fedora extras in the stock install and additions.

I'm Dreaming of a Wh(it)e Christmas

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Misc

Christmas and the New Year is a time for giving, for rushing to the shops and finding that special gift for that special someone. Of course, things are not easy when that special someone is a technically-oriented person (aka gadget freak).

First Arabic KDE Live CD

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KDE

Arabian Linux also known as arl is a bootable CD with a compilation of GNU/Linux software, full support for Arabic and English languages and automatic hardware detection.

Mandriva Targrets Corporations With Linux

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MDV

Mandriva, now the third-largest Linux distributor behind Red Hat and Novell, is pushing to move from its consumer and small-business market niches into the realm of enterprise IT.

Debunking Common GNU/LINUX Myths

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Linux

There is a lot of confusing information about the GNU/Linux operating system, open source and free software, and related issues in the press today. Many of these technologies and concepts are difficult to understand because they deviate from the standard historical traditions of the software industry.

linux running on palmone’s lifedrive

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Linux

i am amazed at how quickly alex from hackndev was able to get linux running on the lifedrive. it looks like the majority of the work only spanned 2 weeks.

STX, the lightweight Slack

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Reviews

STX is a lightweight Slackware-based distro powered by the Equinox Desktop Environment (which is based on a FLTK-derived toolkit). It's designed with focus on installing it on older computers.

Has Google Become More "Evil" Than Microsoft?

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Misc

What's going on here? Isn't Microsoft supposed to be the bad guys, while Google is the "do-no-evil" company?

Well, the "do-no-evil" days are long past. The AOL deal made that clear.

Tips and Tricks for Quiet Computing

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Hardware

As GPUs and CPUs become more powerful, their thermal output is skyrockets. The typical solution to the problem is to add more fans. Pretty soon, you've more fans in your system than the old B-36 bomber had propellers—and your system is just about as loud, too. So we'd like to share a few of tips we've learned over the past year or so in reducing the noise of our PCs.

Microsoft drops Mac IE

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Mac

The minority of Mac users still browsing with Internet Explorer need to consider moving to another browser very quickly, as Microsoft plans to discontinue support for IE beginning Dec. 31.

Free Software as a Social Movement

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OSS

Richard Stallman is one of the founders of the Free Software Movement and lead developer of the GNU Operating System. His book is 'Free Software, Free Society'. I caught up with him by phone on December 1/05.

CLI Magic: Introducing rss2email

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HowTos

As its name suggests, Aaron Swartz's GPL-licensed rss2email utility converts RSS subscriptions into email messages and sends them to whatever address you specify. Despite the name, it handles Atom feeds as well, so you should be able to use it with just about any feed you like.

Thunderbird 1.5rc1 Available

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Software

Everyone into the alternative browser and mail clients will want to take a look at Mozilla Thunderbird's first 1.5 testing release.

Happy Birthday Perl! (D.O.B: 18th Dec, 1987)

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Software

A key part of the Open Source market is the Perl programming language, and yesterday Perl celebrated its 18th birthday.

IBM Wants Its Share Of Unix Glory

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OS

Unix isn't a flashy market. But what distinction there is has been going to Sun Microsystems lately, by making its Unix-based Solaris operating system available as open-source software. Last week, IBM moved to put its AIX Unix operating system back on everybody's radar by revealing plans to create a development center on its Austin, Texas, campus to speed up AIX development.

What will 2006 hold for open source?

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OSS

As December draws to a close, it's customary for all of us columnists to regale our readers with our predictions for the New Year. And who am I to break with tradition?

Skype to announce Mandriva Linux calling today

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MDV
Sci/Tech

Big news. On Monday, Skype will announce the integration of voice with Mandriva Linux 2006. Mandriva Linux 2006 is the first, and only, Linux operating system to offer the Skype application.

The NewsForge last minute holiday geek gift guide

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Misc

Having trouble coming up with last minute gift ideas? Yeah, we've been there too. If you need a few ideas, we've come up with a list of gift ideas from our own wishlists that should make any geek happy.

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