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|Story||Linux.org comes back to life||srlinuxx||11/07/2012 - 9:33pm|
|Story||KDE 4.9 Release Caters to Power Users||srlinuxx||11/07/2012 - 9:31pm|
|Story||KDE assures users they can depend on Qt||srlinuxx||11/07/2012 - 9:23pm|
|Blog entry||Video Calls on the move.. lots of choices many questions.||fieldyweb||11/07/2012 - 9:21pm|
|Story||The Linux shell will always be with us||srlinuxx||11/07/2012 - 9:20pm|
|Story||DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 464||srlinuxx||09/07/2012 - 10:43pm|
|Story||Must-Have Missing Features in Ubuntu||srlinuxx||09/07/2012 - 10:38pm|
|Story||Mandriva divides itself once again||srlinuxx||09/07/2012 - 10:37pm|
|Story||PCLinuxOS KDE 2012.2: Pretty and solid distro||srlinuxx||09/07/2012 - 10:33pm|
|Story||Linux leap second issues being fixed: developer||srlinuxx||09/07/2012 - 10:29pm|
cnet.com: I'm at the Moscow airport getting ready to fly back to the United States. Before I leave, however, I figured it would be good to note (and then bury) three myths that I heard perpetuated by Microsoft at the Interop Moscow conference.
radian.org: It’s easy to get caught up in the doom and gloom over OLPC’s future. But keep things in perspective: they aren’t as bad as they seem.
- OpenSolaris 2008.05 Gives A New Face To Solaris
- From camera to website: Building an open source video streamer
- Tasque - a simple todo list application for GNOME
- Opera 9.5 Beta 2 (Kestrel) Is Awesome
- Protecting directory trees with gpgdir
- Distrowatch gets real?
- openSUSE Weekly News, Issue 19
- Issue 12 - One Year of Full Circle Magazine
linuxplanet.com: Knowing how to measure your own computer performance gives you mighty system and network tuning powers. It's also fun. We're going to take a look at the brand-new Phoronix Test Suite, which is for testing hardware performance under Linux.
theregister.co.uk: Prominent FreeBSD developer Kip Macy has been charged with waging a campaign of terror against people renting apartments in a six-unit building he owns. He stands accused of cutting out floor supports to retaliate against a tenant who went to court to keep from being evicted.
- Why I'm recommending people not upgrade to Ubuntu 8.04 yet
- Five Reasons Ubuntu Server Revolution Begins Today
- Ubuntu’s corporate ready 8.04 is released but is three a crowd in Linux market?
- Screenlets work with Compiz widget layer in Ubuntu Gutsy
itwire.com: If there appears to be more interest in the release of Ubuntu 8.04 (Hardy Heron) than the average distribution, I think I should take some of the blame.
blogs.techrepublic.com: Your systems are all way overdue for an operating system upgrade, but your IT department is going over budget. You know you can’t afford the latest version of Microsoft Windows or Office. The easiest path to reining in your costs would be to migrate over to the Linux operating system. Unfortunately, corporate headquarters isn’t convinced that Linux is the way to go. How do you convince them otherwise?
blogs.the451group: I’m starting to see some big potential for symbiosis between two Linux and open source leaders: Red Hat and Ubuntu. Red Hat’s departure from the consumer desktop Linux market comes at the same time Ubuntu continues rolling in the same market with the release of Ubuntu 8.04 Hardy Heron this week.
mozillalinks.org: XiTi Monitor has released the latest numbers on browsers utilization in Europe and the rest of the world, announcing it has reached about 29% in March 2008.
blogs.zdnet.com: The final release on the recent Linux Collaboration Summit is out and the big word is drivers. Software drivers.
pbs.org: I use free and open source software, almost exclusively, when I practice journalism. Free and open source software is counter-intuitive to many, but the mantra of the free software movement uses terms that journalists should understand very well.
linuxformat.co.uk: Yes, the Hardy Heron is here! This is the new Long Term Support (LTS) release of Ubuntu, and is possibly the most eagerly anticipated distro of all time. Read on for our hands-on look at the new features, with screenshots galore...
Also: Review: Why Ubuntu 'Hardy Heron' Wins Laurels
linuxgeeksunited.blogspot: An article recently put out, asks the question "Why are there no Linux billionaires?" What is the problem with there being no "billionaires"? That's the problem with most of the people associated with this, they automatically equate success to expanse of finances.
linux.com: Are you in the mood for some '90s-style Web browsing with no graphic elements? Or, more realistically, do you work with a Linux console and often need to check something on the Web? If so, get acquainted with text-based Web browsers such as w3m, Lynx, and the similarly named Links.
madpenguin.org: Generally speaking, I have been quite happy using Nautilus with a little help from Tracker from time to time. Nautilus is a no nonsense file manager that allows most users to get the most out of their files and the way they choose to manage them.
ibeentoubuntu.com: My recent post about old the beginnings of Gnome and my natural tendency to look at the Roadmap for the next version of Gnome and Ubuntu when an Ubuntu release comes out have led me to a conclusion: Gnome is pretty much finished.
kerneltrap.org: Discussing the latest breakage of the linux-next tree, Stephen Rothwell noted that the problem went unnoticed due to the arm tree not currently being included, "this is why I would have liked you to participate in the linux-next tree ...".
blogs.zdnet: Sun says it is working hard to make Java completely open source so Linux shops can use it. But is it already too late?
ericsbinaryworld.com/blog: Some little updates on my KDE experiment. First of all, I run an rsync script semi-daily to backup my home drive to an external hard drive in case the main one fails. It’s already happened to me once before and I was really glad to have had backups. However, as you can imagine, this is a huge drain on my computer’s resources.