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|Story||Rumblings in the Browser World||srlinuxx||11/04/2013 - 8:22pm|
|Story||Exploring KDE 4.10 GNOME 3.8||srlinuxx||11/04/2013 - 6:38pm|
|Story||Snowlinux 4 Glacier - The winter is coming||srlinuxx||11/04/2013 - 6:32pm|
|Story||Fedora 19: Chasing the perfect GNOME distro||srlinuxx||11/04/2013 - 6:30pm|
|Story||Ubuntu 13.04: What's New, What's Not||srlinuxx||11/04/2013 - 2:38am|
|Story||Need a Great Archive Utility? Give PeaZip a Chance||srlinuxx||11/04/2013 - 2:36am|
|Story||some leftovers:||srlinuxx||09/04/2013 - 5:44pm|
|Story||Ubuntu File Sharing||matthartley||08/04/2013 - 9:47pm|
|Story||DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 502||srlinuxx||08/04/2013 - 8:25pm|
|Story||Mozilla pulls tracking trigger for Firefox 22||srlinuxx||08/04/2013 - 8:20pm|
linux-blog.org: I recently searched through the mozilla thunderbird extensions website and found 4 extensions that I didn't know about that actually prove to be quite useful. I use Thunderbird 184.108.40.206 on Foresight Linux and have tested all of these extensions and verified that they work on that environment.
blogs.gnome.org/bolsh: With the recent discussion in blogs around the GNOME world, it can be easy to forget that there have been some great new applications for GNOME appearing recently. Many of these are written by a new breed of GNOME developer.
In a recent interview with the British Sunday Observer, Jimmy Wales, founder of Wikipedia, claimed that “it’s the next billion [internet users] who will change the way we think”. Such a big claim deserves some critical house room. Will the internet really change the way we think? Or are we just getting carried away?
raiden.net: Have you ever run into an old friend, whom you've not seen in a long time? I experienced this recently with a Kubuntu install. You see, I used to be a heavy KDE user and really loved using it. I took the time to look at a few other distributions before deciding to give Kubuntu a shot.
blog.creativewebsaz: So a friend gave me her old computer and says ‘ I can’t use it, it has a virus or something’. Turns out it didn’t have a virus it had a huge problem with the hardrive. Of course with all the buzz I immediately went to Ubuntu. It was a wrong decision.
suseblog.com: One of the major inhibitors to the spreading of Linux, as I see it, is that people don’t know why they should try it. Other reasons may include lack of support for their favorite game, or that Photoshop doesn’t run on Linux. For those of us who weren’t stopped by those reasons, why did we switch? What is it about Linux that makes it a viable alternative?
Last fall when the two mega-distros openSUSE and Mandriva both hit the mirrors, it was difficult to decide which I liked better. In an attempt to narrow it down, I ran some light-hearted tests and found Mandriva won out in a side-by-side comparison. But things change rapidly in the Linux world and I wondered how a competition of the newest releases would come out. Mandriva 2008.1 was released this past April and openSUSE 11.0 was released just last week.
bear454.blogspot: 24 hours. Not 'a day'; not figuratively; I've spent 24 hours with the recently released update to my long-running favorite OS. OpenSUSE Linux 11.0 is revolutionary, but my enthusiasm is tempered by substantial regressions.
Also: OpenSUSE 11.0 on a Lenovo ThinkPad T61
- Firefox 3 Tips & Tricks
- Quick documents from the desktop
- How to personalize a package’s CFLAGS in Gentoo
- Resolve Windows (Netbios) Hostname in Ubuntu
- Simple Perl Script To Ease Console Server Use On Linux And Unix
- How to install Mplayer codecs in openSUSE 11-x86_64
linuxworld.com: Linux supports most hardware "out of the box" without adding a driver. Most of the missing drivers are proprietary, from uncooperative manufacturers, but there are a few where the license is right but the actual code is still missing. Why?
codingexperiments.com: I just spent today spending my time with an interesting little app, Scratch. It’s a cool little application that introduces children and early teens to programming and animation.
ericsbinaryworld.com/blogs: For the past week to two weeks I’ve done something I had’t done in years - I switched my default desktop environment in my GDM login screen. I’ve been logging into Xfce instead of my usual Gnome. There are basically three reasons why I’m loving Xfce over Gnome.
oneopensource.it: Zenwalk is one of the most promising Linux distribution. Based on Slackware, the distro is lightweight, simple and stable. We decided to make some questions to Jean-Philippe Guillemin, Zenwalk’s creator, regarding future plans and developments about this “GNU-Linux Operating System”.
- Lessons of the Linux revolution
- VirtualBox B0rken By Gutsy Kernel Upgrade
- OpenLX and KalCulate pair Linux distro with proprietary accounting app
- Report: Open Source City in Liverpool
- Jim Zemlin: Nokia Launches a Full Scale War for the Mobile OS
- Kiss VMWare's rump good-bye
- Linux vs. Closed-Source Kernel Modules
- Firefox: checking for updates?
- Mozilla Developer News June 24
- Vi Assistant
- Open source tour of Europe: The Netherlands
- Mandriva: Compatibility & Drivers I
- Europcar buys into Red Hat's allegedly nonexistent desktop
- Open Source vs. Profit: Google Android (iPhone 3G), Linux (Microsoft Vista)
- A low-cost education-use mobile computer 'LUKID'
- Gdium, another Eee PC competitor
- LOLspeak creeping into code
dtschmitz.com: I have finished setting up openSUSE 11.0 on my HP dv2000z AMD Turion64 X2. Up to version 10.3 I was running the 32-bit version of SUSE and decided now was a good time to do a 'New' install and give x86_64 a spin.
browncoatcat.wordpress: The great thing about Linux, all the distributions, not just Ubuntu is that people share what they have learnt, and it is always possible to find help with a problem. So in this spirit of sharing, here is how I got my new laptop to work with Ubuntu Linux.
cnet.com.au: The Acer Aspire One is better than most netbooks. It's fantastic for anyone who wants a small, cheap machine on which to type and surf the Web. However, its battery life lets it down slightly.
- Chroot users with OpenSSH: An easier way to confine users to their home directories
- Booting of a Live CD without a CD or an Emulator
- Adding XFS Support to RHEL5
- How to scan and OCR like a pro with open source tools
- Linux And Unix System Security Wrap-Up - Part 4b
- Vi Search and Replace
- Ubuntu Hardy: How To Disable Synaptics Touchpad When Typing
- Monitoring network performance with speedometer
- Development with Pluggable Authentication Modules (PAM)
- Quickzi: How To Add a Line into the middle of a Text File
- Making Music (Beats) on Linux/Ubuntu with Hydrogen
celettu.wordpress: It’s taken some time, but here it is, the spankin new, fresh from the press Arch release, ambitiously called “Overlord”. In this review, I’ll have a look at it, and discuss a bit of the Arch philosophy in general.
cnet.com: Canonical on Tuesday released its first publicly available developer edition of Ubuntu for mobile Internet devices. Ubuntu MID works on two devices at present, the Samsung Q1U and the Intel Crown Beach.