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|Story||How OpenStack parallels the adoption of Linux||Roy Schestowitz||14/02/2014 - 6:16pm|
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|Story||VMware, Google, team to target corporate Chrome OS adopters||Rianne Schestowitz||14/02/2014 - 7:51am|
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|Story||Fake DDs Steal Games, Linux on Laptop, and Candy Hearts||Rianne Schestowitz||14/02/2014 - 7:31am|
|Story||Open Source VoIP: What is Linphone?||Rianne Schestowitz||14/02/2014 - 2:58am|
|Story||Tizen adds members, teases UI||Rianne Schestowitz||14/02/2014 - 1:26am|
reghardware.co.uk: Episode Two This is a series about the Linux OS on netbooks, but we need to remind ourselves that these devices aren't personal computers. Netbooks are essentially machines you work through, out into the Cloud.
linuxformat.co.uk: Open source/Free Software often gets a bad rap for innovation. It just copies commercial software, right? Not so, as Neil Bothwick explains -- from eye candy to the internet, FOSS has pioneered new technologies and ways of working...
pcmech.com: "Linux" and "Slower" never fall within the same sentence, but they do now. To calm the masses out there, no, Ubuntu 8.10 will not be a crawling nightmare of computer slowness. Reading the article about the benchmark testing just goes to prove that the other shoe has finally dropped, so to speak.
helpforlinux.blogspot: Few weeks ago I reviewed Exaile and have been so impressed with it that it has replaced Amarok as the default music player on my Ubuntu. So I hunted around a bit to talk to its lead developer - Adam Olsen about Exaile. He promised me that there are some great things to come in future versions. Read on to find out more:
phoronix.com: Back in July we shared Red Hat's intentions to replace RHGB with Plymouth, a new graphical boot process that is able to benefit from the latest Linux graphics capabilities. Red Hat engineers had primarily designed Plymouth around a forthcoming feature we've talked about quite a bit known as kernel mode-setting, which provides end-users with a cleaner and flicker-free boot experience.
GreenSQL (or greensql-fw) is a firewall for MySQL databases that filters SQL injection attacks. It works as a reverse proxy, i.e., it takes the SQL queries, checks them, passes them on to the MySQL database and delivers back the result from the MySQL database.
- Non-Geeks Installing Ubuntu: Why Linux Needs Better Wireless Support
- Interview: Fedora 10’s Better Startup
- Mozilla's Privacy UI
- Open Source Smackdown - live or die in the new economy, it all has an OSS angle now
- Linux applications gain new developers on Windows and OS X
- VMware users await Windows-free VirtualCenter, VI Client
- Alleged Israeli GPL violation settled out of court
- How to disable SSH host key checking
- Mandriva Linux One 2009 - Post Installation Impressions
- Linux May Be Worth $10.8 Billion, but Is It for Everyone?
- Shuttleworth will burn fortune for Ubuntu
- Opera scrambles to quash zero-day bug in freshly-patched browser
- A look at OpenOffice Community Innovation Award winners
- Neil Gaiman: Piracy vs. Obscurity
- Open source begins to beat brand in business
- Amarok October Updates
- New Netflix player uses Silverlight to reach Mac, Linux
- My children are already being sucked into the open-source vortex
bushweed.blogspot: People often question why i use Linux as a primary OS at home. In fact it is the only OS i use at home, although i have a Windows XP CD somewhere. Other than the obvious security features, and stability to the core, there are certain apps which i class as my killer apps.
amarok.kde.org/blog: A few weeks ago, our neighbor, a fifty-something housewife, asked us to have a look at her rather new computer making strange noises and refusing to boot. Of course, this was the ideal moment to try what we first thought to end up with a dual boot:
heise-online.co.uk: The maintainers of the stable kernel have released versions 188.8.131.52, 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11, as expected. Apart from bug fixes and minor improvements, all of the versions also offer a patch for CVE-2008-3831, the security hole in the DRI code for recent Intel graphics chipsets.
mepis.org: ISO files of the fourth beta of SimplyMEPIS 8.0 are available for 32 and 64 bit processors. In this release the kernel has been updated to upstream version 18.104.22.168 and the Broadcom wl driver is now avilable for wireless N cards.
penguinpetes.com: At first, you might mistake me for a "Linux advocate". I'm running a site about Free and Open Source Software (FOSS), of which Linux is counted as an example. I certainly bring up Linux and the programs that run on it a lot.
itwire.com: Four days ago, an article purporting to analyse the raison d'etre behind the website BoycottNovell.com appeared on the linux.com site. The author, Bruce Byfield, who styles himself as a "computer journalist", however, failed to tell his reading public that the piece was just a thinly disguised and veiled attack on the person who runs the BoycottNovell site.
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- 5 Simple APT Tricks for Debian and Ubuntu
- Tuning the Linux file system Ext3
- Recover a corrupted signatures rpm database
- OpenOffice.org Tip - Disable the ‘Help Agent’ Popup
- Recover your lost Root Password openSUSE
- Forwarding X over SSH in 3 simple steps
- Teach an old shell new tricks with BashDiff
- Using dmidecode to find out what memory chips you have
- Tip: Bash Shortcuts
- Easy way to insert nonbreaking hyphen, etc. in OOo Writer
- Where to search Ubuntu Personal Package Archives (PPA)
- Copying a Filesystem between Computers
beranger.org: How would you call a distro that includes some of the specific bits needed to run the desktop only on the installation CD, but not as packages in the online repos? And it's more than that — read on.
linux-gamers.net: The source code for Heretic and Hexen has been re-released under the GNU General Public License, and is now available from Sourceforge. This release will allow GPL Doom source ports to freely integrate support for Heretic and Hexen.
dev-loki.blogspot: As it seems like everyone has to voice her opinion on Mono, I'll do as well. First of all, I don't like C# as a programming language. And I think that Anders Hejlsberg is wrong on many things. N
PR: The catastrophic cratering of the global economy, falling gas prices and President George W. Bush's recent executive activities have indirectly prompted Saint Paul gadfly software developers CodeWeavers, Inc., to provide free software for every American on Oct. 28, company officials reluctantly announced today.
Discover how to reduce Linux cluster admin effort, regardless of number of nodes.