- Latest Headlines
- Recent comments
- All-Time Popular Stories
- Hot Topics
- Latest Members
oreilly.com: People outside of IT seldom think of Oracle as a Linux company, probably because it isn't. Oracle has always been considered a database and application company. So now that Oracle owns their own operating system in the free and clear, what benefits do they gain from maintaining Unbreakable Linux? The answer is probably: "Not much".
blogs.techrepublic.com: Mobile Linux users have a variety of options when it comes to wireless connectivity tools. Jack Wallen outlines some of the best choices to help you find one that will work for you.
ostatic.com: Mind mapping tools are among the unsung heroes of project management. They're often overlooked or underused because some people mistakenly believe the learning curve is too steep or the features are unnecessary.
synergenerator.blogspot: Still looking for a more complete workstation for my laptop. I think GNOME and KDE might still be a little sluggish with only 512MB RAM. I have tried PCLinuxOS in the past and found it quite user-friendly so I thought I would give it a go with one of it's derivatives: Phoenix (PCLOS Xfce).
advogato.org: Barelfish. Have anybody heard such a beast? Not somewhere behind the steel walls - in the academic silence of ETH university Microsoft is building the next generation of its operating system.
h-online.com: Recent early development releases of the popular distributions provide a preview of what's to come, while some lesser known distributions reach new milestones. A new version of the KDE desktop is due by the end of the month.
igneousquill.net: Yesterday I learned that a live CD version of Android was available for download. I've been curious about this OS and have tried out several Linux live CDs of other distros, so I thought I'd give this one a look.
informationweek.com: Sun's got a long, hard road ahead of it as a new sibling in the Oracle family, but I'm not inclined to believe the recent doomsaying that Solaris, or OpenSolaris, is about to be kicked out of the house. If that happens, it won't be for years yet, if at all.
- MontaVista Embedded Linux achieves 1 second boot
- Lawyers shine light on real cloud concerns
- Ubuntu 9.04's Java certified compatible
- Ubuntu on Pilot Light: wattOS Beta 3
- PC makers don't seem crazy about Chrome
- Setting up a dynamic DNS service part 1: named
- Tech Review: New FireFox burns the competition
- First Zero Day Exploit for Firefox 3.5
- Slow Firefox 3.5 start up time
- about:mozilla 7/14
- Firefox plugin woes
- Unleash The Power of the Find Command
- Downgrading A Ubuntu Package
- Regular expressions, by example
- Turn Ordinary Webcam into a Security Spy Camera on Ubuntu Linux
- 6 Bash Productivity Tips
- Breaking PostgreSQL Upgrading Ubuntu
- HOWTO: Resolving XOrg’s X server startup error messages in Debian
- Howto Add a User to Sudoers List On Ubuntu
tuxradar.com: In Episode 12 of our podcast, Mike sang the Free Software song. If you want the chance to win a free subscription to Linux Format magazine read on...
opendotdotdot.blogspot: Look, those nice people at Microsoft Research are saving science from its data deluge-> Project Trident: A Scientific Workflow Workbench allows scientists to easily work with large volumes of data. Basically Project Trident is more Project Trojan Horse.
theopensourcerer.com: Last night in bed I was reading some more of a novel (Not Novell) called “The suspicions of Mr Whicher“. About 1/2 way through the book I discovered something amazing. A reference to a psychological condition called: Monomania How on earth could a 19th century detective know about the trojan horse for our most [ahem] loved convicted monopolist?
This article explains how to set up a two-node load balancer in an active/passive configuration with HAProxy and heartbeat on Debian Lenny. The load balancer sits between the user and two (or more) backend Apache web servers that hold the same content.
computerworld.com.au: A new legal journal covering analysis and commentary of free and open source software (FOSS) issues has launched today.
linuxologist.com: Lets face it, the default GNOME desktop isn’t the easiest desktop on the eye. While Ubuntu’s desert brown is actually an eye sore, other distros like Mint and Fedora have done better jobs in theming their desktops. Enter GNOME-Colors
brighthub.com: Linux Mint 7 is the latest incarnation of the Ubuntu based distribution. Read on to find out why it might just displace Windows as my primary OS.
- Software and Games for linuxMint by just a click
- Quick thoughts on the (possible) demise of OpenSolaris
- Red Hat ups its support for system integrators
- Publishers Are Switching to Drupal, Cost Savings Reported
- Thoughts on the Google Chrome OS
- Backlash: feminism considered harmful
- LPC: Kernel/Userspace/User Interfaces Microconference
- Seven complaints about Linux and why Windows users make them
- Fedora having update problems
- 2008-2009 Annual Report on China's Open-Source Software Market
- Office 2010 Looks Like More Bloat to Me
- The mess that libass is
- MontaVista Toasts 10 Years in the Embedded Linux Business
- 0 A.D. development moves to open source
- Gran Canaria Desktop Summit 2009 – The Nepomuk Perspective
- BBC Teams with Tim Berners-Lee on "Open Source" Documentary
- DirectX in VirtualBox 3.0.0 - Pure joy is here
- Set Bandwidth Limit in Debian
- How to Layout a Book with OpenOffice.org: Part 1
- Iceweasel 3.5 on Debian Lenny
- Be a Sudoer
- How to make PulseAudio run once at boot for all your users
- Five ways to help secure Apache on Linux
- Creating Keyboard Shortcuts in OpenOffice
- Change the color of your Linux prompt
- Globe Tattoo On Ubuntu Jaunty 9.04
- How to get virtual surround sound on your headphones
- nvidia, kernel 2.6.31 and gentoo
- Getting System Information (OpenSuSe) - phpSysInfo
- suspend to disk with encrypted root file system on lvm
- MySQL Performance from the Start
- Quick Log File Processing with Perl