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Story Raspberry Pi 2 expected in 2017, Foundation focussed on software for now Roy Schestowitz 16/07/2014 - 8:50am
Story Seagate rolls out NAS range with its own Linux-based operating system Roy Schestowitz 16/07/2014 - 8:29am
Story Linux for cars: Automotive Grade Linux rivals CarPlay and Android Auto Roy Schestowitz 16/07/2014 - 8:24am
Story Ubuntu 14.04: The good, the bad, the Unity Roy Schestowitz 16/07/2014 - 8:18am
Story FreeBSD 9.3-RELEASE Announcement Roy Schestowitz 16/07/2014 - 7:46am
Story Zorin OS 9 Core and Ultimate are released Roy Schestowitz 16/07/2014 - 7:44am
Story How to use public PCs safely with Linux Rianne Schestowitz 16/07/2014 - 7:33am
Story KaOS Calms Down KDE Rianne Schestowitz 16/07/2014 - 7:27am
Story Detailed review of Plasma 5 Roy Schestowitz 16/07/2014 - 7:21am
Story Tiny module runs Linux and LabView on ARM/FPGA SoC Rianne Schestowitz 16/07/2014 - 7:12am

Dumping Windows for Ubuntu

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Ubuntu

livewithoutwork.com: I have decided after much deliberation that I am no longer going to withstand Microsoft Window’s buggy software.

Linux: Drivers Should NOT be Closed Source

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Linux

doctormo.wordpress: In one of my previous blog entries about a Dell Support issue some of the comments suggested that the reason we were in this mess was because of the inflexible nature of the Linux kernel.

Changes to the GNOME System Administration Team

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Software

lwn.net (gnome-announce-list): We'd like to announce a formal system administration team. GNOME has long had an informal sysadmin team that has managed the gnome.org services.

Ubuntu Netbook Remix woes

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Ubuntu

Envizions Announces 3-D Online Community for Linux Game Console

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Web

ostatic.com/blog: When I read the press release about EVO's community, called "My Universe," I shuddered violently enough to shake the couch and scare the small dog sitting beside me. I realize that maybe, in the EVO's case, this might not be a fair assumption.

Ubuntu 9.04: Faster, but more of the same.

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Ubuntu

techiemoe.com: The latest entry, 9.04 "Jaunty Jackalope," promises to be another iterative release, with a couple of new features (faster boot, overhaulted notifications system) but nothing to blow your skirt up.

Washington state rejects open source

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OSS

blogs.zdnet.com: National, state and local governments are all waking up to the opportunity open source offers. Washington state, the home of Microsoft, appears to be an exception.

Also: How open source got its wings

Android destined for a set-top box?

linuxdevices.com: Motorola and KDDI are developing a new version of their Linux-based Au Box set-top box (STB) that runs the Android stack.

Where do I find Linux software?

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Software

ghacks.net: But what if you are searching for Linux software? Where do you go? Is there a one stop shop for all of your software needs? Yes and no. Even though that answer is not a resounding YES! there is a plus side.

Mark Shuttleworth: Meta-cycles: 2-3 year major cycles for free software?

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Ubuntu

markshuttleworth.com: Six-month cycles are great. Now let’s talk about meta-cycles: broader release cycles for major work. I’m very interested in a cross-community conversation about this.

Dconf in GNOME 3.0 : one step further to Windows registry ?

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Software

linux-wizard.net: Today, while reading LWN.net Weekly Edition for April 9 concerning GNOME 3.0, I noticed the part about dconf. Dconf aims to replace ... gconf already. Yeah, we can't keep a simple technology as simple as reading and writing application configurations settings more than 8 years ...

Switching To KDE From Gnome

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KDE

customdistros.com: This morning I thought I would shake things up a little and start using KDE instead of Gnome. Installation of KDE is simple enough, but actually using it turned out to be a little different for a KDE newbie such as myself.

10 things you should look for in a netbook

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Hardware

blogs.techrepublic.com: When you’re evaluating netbooks, you have to weigh the convenience of their small form factor against a variety of limitations. Erik Eckel explains several key considerations that will help you find a suitable middle ground.

Nexuiz 2.5

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Gaming

freegamer.blogspot: So what are the big selling points of 2.5 from the player side of view? According to the changelog: New HUD, new weapons, new racing game mode, improved look & sound, better bots.

Do you need to worry about the new /dev/mem rootkit problem?

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Security

blog.ibeentoubuntu.com: A new paper was presented in late March about using /dev/mem to inject and hide a rootkit (PDF), and the method has been getting some press, leading to a little concern.

Lancelot and Raptor menu - the other way

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KDE
Software

polishlinux.org: Lancelot and Raptor are alternative menus intended for KDE 4. We are, however, at the frosty point, and we should ask ourselves the most important question here - which one to choose.

Kernel Log: What's coming in 2.6.30

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Linux

h-online.com: The next major Linux version will include new Wi-Fi drivers for chips from Atheros, Intel, Intersil/Prism and Marvell and new drivers for Intel LAN chips. The kernel will also in future make better use of energy saving features.

Linux Desktop in Peril

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Linux

daniweb.com: As I've written before, the Linux desktop in danger of extinction. If operating systems could be placed on the Endangered Species list, I'd lobby for it.

Health Check: openSUSE - Then and now

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SUSE

h-online.com: openSUSE 11.1, the latest community edition of Novell SUSE Linux, was released just in time for Christmas, to largely favourable reviews. openSUSE remains one of the market leaders, and features the latest and greatest stable releases of most of the important packages that make a classic GNU/Linux distribution, but it has had its troubles during recent years.

Ubuntu circus set to start again

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Ubuntu

itwire.com: Six days from today, the Ubuntu circus will start all over again. The release of version 9.04 is scheduled for April 23 and lots of bandwidth will be consumed that day as people upgrade or else download the distribution for the first time.

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