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Story NASA’s CTO: Open source software keeps us honest Roy Schestowitz 12/07/2014 - 7:05am
Story ANOTHER GTKINSPECTOR UPDATE Rianne Schestowitz 12/07/2014 - 6:55am
Story Understanding the metrics behind open source projects Rianne Schestowitz 12/07/2014 - 6:23am
Story KDE 5 Preview, Linux Survey, and the PC Lives Rianne Schestowitz 12/07/2014 - 6:19am
Story Wine Announcement Rianne Schestowitz 12/07/2014 - 6:15am
Story M-Cam casts doubts on Microsoft's Android patent portfolio Rianne Schestowitz 12/07/2014 - 12:41am
Story DPT Board Linux Based WiFi Development Board Launches On Indiegogo (video) Roy Schestowitz 12/07/2014 - 12:41am
Story First preview of KDE’s Plasma 5 desktop on a production machine Roy Schestowitz 12/07/2014 - 12:24am
Story LibreSSL Portable Encounters Its First Release Rianne Schestowitz 12/07/2014 - 12:22am
Story Introduction to 4 Open Source CMS Rianne Schestowitz 12/07/2014 - 12:10am

CrunchBang Linux Micro-Review

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Linux

beastlytech.com: Crunchbang linux is a distro based off of Ubuntu 8.10 it, brings to the table very powerful multimedia capabilities and a very customizable desktop courtesy of openbox window manager. Here are some Pros and Cons:

Crash Testing ext4 on Ubuntu

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Ubuntu

beginlinux.com: One of the more controversial aspects of the Ubuntu 9.04 Jaunty Jackalope release is the use of the ext4 filesystem. This article provides some basic information about ext4 and then provides some test results on a Ubuntu 9.04 server.

Introducing KDE 4: Akregator News Feed Reader

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KDE

introducingkde4.blogspot: Welcome to another issue of the Kontact series, this week we will give a look to Feeds part of Kontact, I used to use this application on KDE 3.5, and it seems like it didn't change much. But this isn't a bad thing.

One week with Debian

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Linux

bloc.eurion.net: Jaunty was a great experience, until around a month ago, when my nice ext4 file systems started to get corrupt on daily basis and I had to reinstall. I decided that it’s about time that I try out Debian.

The Eternal Battle: Gnome 2.26 and KDE 4

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KDE
Software

thelinuxcauldron.wordpress: It seems this debate has been discussed over and over again, with no end in site. It often looks like the only people fighting are the Gnome guys, but its the same on both sides. I cannot tell you how many times I visit a forum and ask question, and somehow everyone starts fighting.

Unnecessary Fanboys ( or, As The Pendulum Swings)

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Linux

linuxgeeksunited.blogspot: I use MS Windows. It's true. I use it almost daily. I was originally trained using Novell Netware. I have used Apple Mac to a pretty good extent. Been known to work on a 'pure' Unix system or two as well. I use Linux every single day at home and at work. find there are pros and cons for every OS.

Linux Will Never Ever Have The "Killer App"

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customdistros.com: I see a lot of articles, comments and blog posts regarding Linux and how to increase it’s user base. The reasons listed to switch to Linux are invariably the same and occasionally I’ll see someone mention some “killer apps” for Linux as an incentive to change over. Well, guess what?

The best Linux media players

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Software

ghacks.net: Recently I have had a lot of people asking how to play various media files in Linux. I thought it would be smart to write about the best tools to play certain media types.

Switch to KDE 4.2.2

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Linux

I've always been a diehard KDE user. When I first tried Linux several years ago, I experimented with both Gnome and KDE, and, for me, KDE just seemed to be a better fit. So, I've been trying to decide when to switch my home production machine from the KDE 3 series to KDE 4. Finally, last week, I made the switch...

KDE Brainstorm: 30 days, 700 ideas

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KDE

blog.sayakbanerjee.com: As we have had the KDE Brainstorm running for almost a month, reaching its 700th idea today. 27 pages of well discussed ideas that are voted upon by users.

Using OpenOffice.org

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Profile and visualize Linux boot process with Bootchart

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Linux

dedoimedo.com: Bootchart is an extremely simple, extremely handsome application that allows you to profile your Linux boot process, to measure the loading times of different services, to compare kernels and distributions, to identify bottlenecks and improve the performance of your system, and then to display the results in a professional-looking chart.

Confessions of a former Linux fanboy

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Linux

liquidcable.com: I am no longer a Linux fanboy, thus changing my philosophy on Linux and operating systems in general. I changed because I really asked a fundamental question about operating systems, “What should an desktop OS do?”

BBC R&DTV - Creative Commons Tech TV

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Movies

In an interesting, and to be applauded, move from the BBC, they are now releasing a technology based television programme under a Creative Commons non-commercial attribution licence. R&DTV's first episode is now available for free download in a number of file formats.

I am going back to Windows

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Linux

go2linux.org: That title, makes you all fellow Linux users wanted to know why someone would like to go back to Windows, really?

12 Open Source Games that Don't Suck

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Gaming

nixiepixel.com: From entire operating systems to just about any sort of application under the sun, you can find open source and/or free software. This even includes games. Here are some of the best open source/free games out there today:

Prioritizing bugs to boost Linux adoption

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Linux

blogs.zdnet.com: What are the problems that need to be solved to boost Linux adoption? And in what order? If we get the order right, we can make more users happier faster.

My First Tryst with Ubuntu: Things Worked. Mostly.

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Ubuntu

ghacks.net: I mentioned wanting to try out Linux, specifically Ubuntu. After much consideration and with the help of the Ghacks readers, I decided to try the Ubuntu LiveCD before actually installing it.

Waiting Before Trying Ubuntu 9.04 Test Release Is Advised

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Ubuntu

lockergnome.com: As if on command, the latest Ubuntu 9.04 release has a final test version ready to go and something tells me that despite the good, there will be some bad to overcome as well.

Thoughts from a two-day-old Gentoo newbie

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Gentoo

fedoratux.blogspot: I remembered there was some of jokes or such like, which depicted major GNU/Linux distributions as in cartoon pictures. As for Gentoo, if I recall correctly, it is a broken old-school CRT monitor with some funny words like “You broke, fix it.”

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