itwire.com: These days whenever I see an article bemoaning the fact that GNU/Linux has not made it to the desktop in sufficiently large numbers to make the writer in question stand up and applaud, I tend to laugh.
debian.org: Welcome to this year's seventh issue of DPN, the newsletter for the Debian community. Topics covered in this issue include:
unixmen.com: There’s an ugly side to Linux. Or to be more specific, Ubuntu Linux. It has suffered from the evil grips of what I describe as ‘Commercialism’.
lggagnon.wordpress: It is my hypothesis that there is a very real lack of knowledge of Linux basics even by many long time Linux users and especially by many members of the Linux press.
- Hell Freezes Over in Slackware Current
- Xubuntu rebasing on Debian
- Announcing: Fedora Retro
- Hsiloof Linux: The Real Breakthrough, No More Wine!
- Commodore shipped with Lubuntu
- XO Laptops for Penguins of Antarctica
- KDE Multimedia switches to Akode
muktware.com: Arch Linux has won the Free Software Award for the Most Consumer Friendly Linux Distribution. Aaron Griffin recieved the award from Richard M. Stallman and Linus Torvalds at the LibrePlanet conference at the University of Massachusetts, Boston.
mattrudge.net: While helping to edit last week’s Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter, I came across an article written by Tony Bradley of PC World entitled “Why Linux on the Desktop Is Dead”. In it he cited his “30 days with Ubuntu Linux” test as proof. I felt that I had to respond.
techlaze.com: It’s not just teenage girls who are swept away by ‘bieber fever’, apparently Linux, the open-source operating system is the newest entrant to the overflowing list of beliebers.
linuxaria.com: I just discovered that today it’s the world backup day, and with the slogan on the webpage: “DON’T BE AN APRIL FOOL. BACKUP YOUR FILES. CHECK YOUR RESTORES.” they remember that is always a good habit to have 1 (or more) backup of our important data.
dedoimedo.com: CentOS 6 is arguably one of the least expected best distributions for your desktop. While it is intended for servers, it does a splendid job at home, too. It's fast, light, stable, robust, and supported unto eternity.