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|Story||Canonical Updates Ubuntu Linux Mobile Installer for Android||Roy Schestowitz||19/05/2014 - 6:31pm|
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|Story||Open source code helps governments share information with citizens||Roy Schestowitz||19/05/2014 - 6:09pm|
|Story||Survey Finds, Again, that Ubuntu Is the Most Common OpenStack Platform||Roy Schestowitz||19/05/2014 - 6:04pm|
|Story||The Slowmo Linux Desktop||Roy Schestowitz||19/05/2014 - 5:53pm|
|Story||Preview of GhostBSD 4.0||Rianne Schestowitz||19/05/2014 - 12:22pm|
|Story||Linux Mint 16 - The most complete and easy to use operating system||Rianne Schestowitz||19/05/2014 - 12:13pm|
|Story||AST DRM Display Driver Updated For Linux 3.16||Rianne Schestowitz||19/05/2014 - 4:03am|
|Story||Linux Mint 17 Cinnamon and MATE screenshot preview||Rianne Schestowitz||19/05/2014 - 3:55am|
There's a bug in virt-install and virt-manager on Ubuntu 8.10 that does not let you run Windows XP as a guest under KVM. During the Windows installation, the guest needs to be rebooted, and then you get the following error, and Windows XP refuses to boot: "A disk read error occured. Press Ctrl+Alt+Del to restart".
As I write here I’m downloading the beta 3 of PCLinuxOS 2009, which will be my first go at the Ripper gang’s newest version since 2007. Based on that experience, my expectations are high. I guess that’s what happens when you produce quality stuff, Texstar: people start anticipating better and better.
- Die Windows! Die!
- More Valentine's ASCII Art For Linux And Unix
- The command-line phrasebook
- Linux Screencast!
- Linux Firefox Tips
- FLOSS Weekly 56: Étoilé
internetling.com: Have you already jumped onto the netbook bandwagon? Some of the advantages of running Linux on a sub-notebook are a smaller memory footprint, better security and tons of free applications right out of the box. So here are some Linux distributions I recommend.
pinheiro-kde.blogspot: Air was the wallpaper we introduced in KDE 4.2, but that just the beginning of something larger than that, air is supposed to be something different than what oxygen is, something that tries to appeal to a different user base that does not find oxygen sexy.
tuxradar.com: Download managers exist for two reasons. Firstly, they help organise your downloads, moving them to a single, central location on your desktop. Secondly, they help to improve download performance. But with so many around, which to choose?
lunduke.com: There are many fantastic Open Source projects out there. But just how do they get the funding they need to continue and expand development?
- Opera 10: Remove ‘Click to activate’ on flash in Linux
- How to deny root ssh login
- Simple bash script to monitor your webserver remotely on different ports
- Howto Round Robin DNS on a Linux server
- Installing Webcams In Ubuntu: The Easy Way
- How to measure and read disk activity
- Command Line Image Editing with ImageMagick
- How to enable last.fm audioscrobbler for xmms2
- More about customization on Konsole
- Adding times to the history
- How to get a screenshot in linux using command line tools: xwininfo, convert.
- Migrating to Linux: Tip 1: Do DHCP and DNS first
blogs.techrepublic.com: Windows 7 may be generating some positive buzz, but Jack Wallen remains skeptical. In fact, he says it’s only a matter of time before Linux takes its rightful spot at the top of the OS heap.
ianmurdock.com: I discussed an idea I had had: That I commission a “Linux family tree” piece, done in the same pencil drawing with much embedded humor. If there would be any interest in having a copy of this Linux family tree, please email.
maketecheasier.com: If you’ve never used Window Maker on your Linux desktop, you’re missing out. It’s elegant, functional, flexible, and FAST!
linuxtoday.com: It has been One Of Those Weeks. I don't know why it bothered me this week more than all the other weeks, but reading all the dopey news articles about Windows malware bringing down armies and navies all over the world got to me in a big way.
Complete your XBMC Media Center with YouTube Playlists and Give it Better Looks with XBMC Skin ManagerSubmitted by srlinuxx on Saturday 14th of February 2009 03:08:56 PM
kabatology.com: XBMC Media Center is a free and open source application for Linux, Windows, Mac OS X and Xbox. Like any excellent Open Source application, what makes XBMC particular is its extensibility – add-ons, plugins.
news.softpedia: Yep, there is a special Elive E17 bundled with all the good 3D stuff. Knowing Elive's reputation of being one of the most beautiful and stylish distributions out there, what can really go wrong if you combine two of Linux's most valuable eye-candy providers?
jcornuz.wordpress: These are exciting times for photography on Linux. Rawstudio is not sitting still either with a couple of great projects down the line.
daileymuse.com: Go to any technology web site or blog discussing either Microsoft Windows or Linux and you’ll bear witness to virtual mayhem and destruction. The Operating System Holy War. I’ve read dozens of articles from Linux proponents listing reason after reason why Linux is better than Windows. I only need one reason, however, not to use it.
marilyn.frields.org: Everyone knows patent trolls are constantly hard at work. Back in 2007, IP Innovation filed a lawsuit against Red Hat and Novell alleging infringement of patents on a user interface that has multiple workspaces. Red Hat’s Legal department are inviting all of us to participate in the fight.
- Cisco wants it both ways with open source
- How Linux (and Ebooks) will save the publishing world
- Nova Baire, el Linux cubano
- Windows vs Linux
- Linux Vs. Windows ... Round 2,671,852
- Are Microsoft Partners Spreading Open-Source Fear?
- The Open Source Movement, and Microsoft's Unlucky Breaks
- A different open source market
- Microsoft, the follower
- It's That Time Again: KDE and GNOME Invite Students (and Mentors) to GSoC 2009
- Netbook Nightmare: My Experience With the Sylvania g Netbook
- An open door for open source?
- Interview: Ubuntu and Wine Expert Scott Ritchie
- Enterprise Sponsors and the Open Source Community: An Uneasy Symbiosis?
- Happy 1234567890! Let’s Reminisce about the Past
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- Debian Lenny: A Linux Valentine Release
- Can businesses trust open source?
- Best Linux Wallpaper of the Day
oreilly.com: Way back in the last century, in 1999 to be exact, we had the good fortune of publishing several articles by Thomas Scoville. One of his most popular, and certainly the most timeless, is the following song to UNIX. It used to be a Valentines tradition for us, but for various reasons it lay neglected for several years in a little visited directory on one of our servers. But it's time we dusted it off again, and shared it with the world. Enjoy, and Happy Valentines Day.