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OpenSolaris is becoming more like regular Solaris

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infoworld.com: Lines are beginning to blur between the open source and commercial versions of the Sun Microsystems Solaris Unix operating system.

Linux market share growing, growing, growing

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itwire.com: What is the true market share for Linux? A: Depends who you ask! You can find desktop penetration of 1%, 2% and 4% - and a server share right up to 46%!

Ubuntu Desktop: Plenty of sizzle, not much steak

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networkworld.com: Ubuntu 9.0.4 Desktop, nicknamed Jaunty Jackalope, is likely to continue the Mac-like cult following for Canonical's Debian-based Linux distribution. But there's not a lot new here.

Linux Standards, And Why They Shouldn’t Matter

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workswithu.com: The old debate about lack of standardization among different Linux platforms flared up on Slashdot this weekend. It’s a complicated topic, with complex arguments both for and against greater consolidation among Linux programming interfaces and distributions.

How GNU/Linux users can keep Mono at bay

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itwire.com: Developer Tim Chase, who describes himself as "a genetic geek", has created a package called Mononono which creates explicit conflicts with core Mono packages.

Is there only one choice for the Linux newcomer?

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openbytes.wordpress: Whilst Ubuntu is a great distro offering “out of the box” support, there is so much more to Linux and Linux != Ubuntu!

Say “Cheese” with your webcam on Linux

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ghacks.net: So you went ahead and purchased that System 76 laptop or you decided to finally install Linux on your laptop. You now have a Linux based laptop with a webcam. But how do you take advantage of this hardware?

Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter #144

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Welcome to the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter, Issue #144 for the week May 24th - May 31st, 2009 is available.

some odds & ends:

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  • How to control a computer remotely using Gnome vnc server

  • 11 Free Linux Remote Display Software
  • 915resolution with built-in uvesafb
  • 5 keys that work in Windows and Ubuntu 9.04
  • “Because humans need Oxygen.”
  • More on static analysis with gcc - meet dehydra
  • Kids in 26 schools get laptops
  • Open Government: the Latest Member of the Open Family

So What's the Real Problem in Desktop Linux?

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pclinuxos2007.blogspot: It's a peculiar world of computing where some say Linux is ready to replace Windows on the Desktop. They consider Linux is better than Windows. So, what's holding the Tux back?

Blender 2.49 Released With Great Changes

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phoronix.com: A new release of Blender, the immensely popular open-source 3D modeling software, is now available. This is not the much-anticipated Blender 2.5 release, but instead version 2.49.

Ubuntu - Long Term Support - How long is it really?

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linux.com: Ubuntu GNU/Linux Long Term Support which are the Ubuntu GNU/Linux versions that are supported for three years for desktop versions and five years for server versions.

The Perfect Desktop - Linux Mint 7 (Gloria)

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This tutorial shows how you can set up a Linux Mint 7 (Gloria) desktop that is a full-fledged replacement for a Windows desktop, i.e. that has all the software that people need to do the things they do on their Windows desktops.

today's leftovers:

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  • Acer Aspire One D150 - Mini-review and Ubuntu 9.04 install

  • Build Your Own Linux Ubuntu Supercomputer For Under $350
  • Linux Surge Looms as Threat to Microsoft
  • Linux vendors trumpet cost savings
  • GNOME Power Manager unstableness
  • Adventures in Compiling
  • TDS Telecommunications Corp. donates bandwidth worth $1.4 million to OSU Open Source Lab
  • Computer Language Trends in 2009
  • Managing Cloud Environments with Landscape in Ubuntu
  • How Open Source Will Save the World (Really)
  • Linux can do video editing too
  • inter-linux migration: From Ubuntu to Opensuse
  • Reset MySQL root password on Ubuntu
  • Nine new Ubuntu users converted today
  • migrating from fluxbox 1.0.0 to 1.1.X
  • Richard Stallman Honorary Degree Recipient
  • Microsoft cannot be trusted!
  • Command Line Basics: Create Custom Commands with Alias
  • 3 Things You Might Not Like About Ubuntu
  • 6 Linux Distros that can save your old hardware

Hacao Linux 4.21 Pro release.

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Today, Hacao Linux 4.21 Pro release.

1. Hacao 4.21 standard (119M): Unicode support, Unikey, Font, Stardict,...
2. Hacao 4.21 Pro (319M): OpenOffice, Skype video, Gimp, Wine, Stardict,....

some shorts:

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  • OpenSolaris 2009.06 Coming Out Monday

  • New Yo! Frankie Vid
  • ATI Catalyst Display Driver 9.5
  • Cost of my Linux system vs Mac System
  • More Details on Ubuntu One Integration
  • FLOSS Weekly 71: Fedora

some howtos:

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  • Become a Command Line Commando

  • 10 Unknown but Useful Linux Terminal Commands
  • Install Readair In Ubuntu
  • How to open .mht files in Firefox on Linux
  • Encrypting and decrypting files from command line with gpg
  • Connect to MSSQL with PHP on Fedora 10

Linux Is Easy

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linuxtoday.com: I had one of those blinding brainflashes, the kind that left me wondering how could I have been such a blind beetle all these years, after reading the Freeform Dynamics report, Linux on the Desktop: Lessons from mainstream business adoption.

Could this be the ultimate black and white converter??

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jcornuz.wordpress: Converting digital images to B&W is a bit like the Swiss fondue recipe: everyone has a different version and each person is convinced to have the best.

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