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|Story||Snowlinux 3.1 Review: Now Crystal got even better!||srlinuxx||18/10/2012 - 11:31pm|
|Story||How Much Swap?||srlinuxx||18/10/2012 - 7:19pm|
|Story||Not the Runty Raccoon, the Rufflered Rhino or (even) the Randall Ross||srlinuxx||18/10/2012 - 6:54pm|
|Story||Should Linux Take a Lesson From Apple?||srlinuxx||18/10/2012 - 4:24pm|
|Story||Ubuntu search fix leaves prime critic unsatisfied||srlinuxx||18/10/2012 - 4:22pm|
|Story||today's leftovers:||srlinuxx||18/10/2012 - 3:22am|
|Story||An Interview With Curtis Olson of Flightgear||srlinuxx||18/10/2012 - 12:29am|
|Story||Ubuntu Linux 12.10 review: Better, but slower||srlinuxx||18/10/2012 - 12:26am|
|Story||Freeplane: Solid Mind Mapping but You May Need a Map||srlinuxx||17/10/2012 - 10:25pm|
|Story||Meteoric Growth of LibreOffice on Display||srlinuxx||17/10/2012 - 10:24pm|
- Iptables: How to save and restore rules at boot & shutdown
- Welcome to the Linux Command Line Interface Desktop
- Getting started with awk
- Extending the Gedit Text Editor with Plugins
- Ubuntu Tip of The Week: Configuring Static IP Addressing
- The /etc/default/rcS file
- wget - Resume downloads, limit the speed and much
- How To Replace ScreenCapture with KSnapshot
- Windows coming on dual-boot OLPC
- One Laptop - hello Windows, goodbye Linux
- It’s finally official: XP is coming to the XO
- Windows XP on the XO Laptop - Microsoft Buys Out OLPC
- Microsoft Press Release
- What’s wrong at OpenSolaris
- Linux shop adds Solaris for performance boost
- OpenSolaris 2008.05, and other places the sun don't shine
blogs.the451group: I may be wrong, but there appears to me to be a strengthening commitment in some quarters to the ideals of the Free Software Foundation in rejection of the commercial opportunities provided by the Open Source Initiative.
- Six months with an Eee PC and Not Looking Back
- Asus' Atom-powered Eee PC 901 spied on web
- Eee PC School: Add a Keyboard Backlight For Under $15
- MSI Wind knocks EeePC off its feet
linuxjournal.com: The Mozilla Project's plugin-based architecture turns a solid application into a customizer's paradise. The projects available on the Mozilla Add-ons site now stretch into the thousands, which gives the end user the opposite problem of the no-choice straitjacket of certain other browsers. The embarrassment of riches means too much choice, and figuring out how to narrow it down is no mean task.
- How did Ubuntu end up so popular?
- Distro Review: Ubuntu 8.04 Hardy Heron LTS
- Ubuntu 8.04 KVM Benchmarks
practical-tech.com: Sometimes, people do such stupid things that words almost fail me. That’s the case with a Debian ‘improvement’ to OpenSSL that rendered this network security program next to useless in Debian, Ubuntu and other related Linux distributions.
kloeri.livejourna: Due to a recent policy update on Planet Larry (a planet run by Steve Dibb for gentoo users) former gentoo developers are no longer allowed to be syndicated there. So to provide a central place for former gentoo developers to talk about gentoo and other things on their mind Alexander Færøy have now started Planet Exgentoo.
penguinpetes.com: Who's left standing at the altar? Windows users, that's who. Windows has now become the only proprietary operating system without a free-software or open-source equivalent. Apple has Darwin. Solaris has Open Solaris. Unix has Linux and BSD. And Windows has... nothing!
markshuttleworth.com: There’s been a flurry of discussion around the idea of syncronicity in free software projects. I’ll just contribute a few thoughts and responses to some of the commentary I’ve seen so far.
maysville-linux-users-group.org: I had been using digikam for several years to manage my collection of digital photographs. With the recent purchase of a new DSLR (my first I might add), I was looking to see what else was out there in the terms of software, functionality, features, costs, etc. At the same time, while looking on the net to see what was available, I found many people looking for the same things as I. There was also a lot of mis-information out there. Due to the popularity of our Ultimate Linux Guides to ....I decided to create this one.
linux.com: Dreamlinux is a Debian-based distribution that offers you a choice of GNOME or Xfce window managers as well as an extremely simple installation and scripts to install popular programs not found in the Debian repositories. Besides a few minor bugs that didn't cause any problems, my experience with Dreamlinux was entirely positive.
linuxjournal.com: In this second installment I'll profile Minicomputer, a subtractive synthesizer with some familiar aspects, unique characteristics, and terrific sounds. Let's take a look under its hood and see what makes the Minicomputer run.
itwire.com: Why would a government body offer trial software for small and other businesses which use the GNU/Linux operating system, take it offline when the interest in it grows and keep quiet about it thereafter?
earthweb.com: Configuring GNU/Linux does not end when the installation CD ejects, nor even after the post-install wizard runs. While installation leaves you with a basic system, it does not leave you with an optimized system in which all your preferences and requirements have been taken into account. To fill that gap, here are nine steps you should take after installing GNU/Linux.
oooninja.com: Earlier we challenged Moore's Law with OpenOffice.org. Today we have a three-way match. In the first corner, we have heavyweight Microsoft Office; in the second, undefeated champion Moore's Law; in the third corner, underdog OpenOffice.org. Let's get ready to rumble!
ostatic.com: One of the languages that many people love to hate is PHP. What started out as a simple templating language written in Perl has become one of the biggest open-source success stories. PHP might theoretically be a general-purpose programming language, but in practice, it is used almost exclusively for creating Web applications.
linux-mag.com: Disruptive technologies meet staid businesses. Stuart Cohen is bringing the open source development model together with big business, and finding it to be a perfect fit. Joe Brockmeier talks to Cohen about the Collaborative Software Initiative’s first year, and where it’s going from here.
community.zdnet.co.uk/blog: Is the UK really a laggard in open source? Red Hat denies there is any problem. There are plenty of people who disagree with him. OpenForum's Graham Taylor, speaking at the same event, is just the latest person to say the UK is crap at open source.