- Latest Headlines
- Recent comments
- All-Time Popular Stories
- Hot Topics
- Latest Members
|Story||today's howtos||Roy Schestowitz||20/09/2014 - 8:55pm|
|Story||Leftovers: Gaming||Roy Schestowitz||20/09/2014 - 8:54pm|
|Story||AntiMicro 2.6 Yields Greater Compatibility For Gamepads On Linux||Roy Schestowitz||20/09/2014 - 8:45pm|
|Story||The future of analytics lies in open source technology||Roy Schestowitz||20/09/2014 - 8:37pm|
|Story||Oculus Makes Rift DK1 Open Source||Roy Schestowitz||20/09/2014 - 8:35pm|
|Story||InfiniDB going out of business, but its database will live on as open source||Roy Schestowitz||20/09/2014 - 8:32pm|
|Story||New features to be seen in upcoming GNOME 3.14||Roy Schestowitz||20/09/2014 - 8:24pm|
|Story||RELEASE: NETRUNNER ROLLING 2014.09||Roy Schestowitz||20/09/2014 - 8:22pm|
|Story||Happy Software Freedom Day!||Roy Schestowitz||20/09/2014 - 7:27pm|
|Story||With Open-Source Software, You Don't Have to Start From Scratch||Roy Schestowitz||20/09/2014 - 6:24pm|
linuxjournal.com: Has Open Source lost its mojo? Has it become so common place that there are no real innovations to talk about? Or is it simply the summer lull?
customdistros.com: There has been a lot of talk lately about Google’s Chrome coming to Linux. Me, I don’t care as much because I already use a fast and lean browser. It’s called Epiphany.
A while ago I put up this article, reviewing 5 so-called 'essential' add-ons for Firefox. To continue in the same manner in this second part, here are 5 add-ons updated for Firefox 3.5 which can prove useful. Maybe not the most popular, but they definitely deserve a try.
junauza.com: If you've been using Twitter through its website, I recommend that you use a desktop client instead to further enhance your tweeting experience.
gnomejournal.org: GNOME Do is a popular application that started off as inspired by gnome-launchbox and the “open version” of Quicksilver. However, over the last year the project has branched out in its own innovative ways.
tuxarena.blogspot: Krusader is a twin-panel file manager for KDE which has been around for around seven years and was always a good alternative to Konqueror since KDE3 days.
I made some tutorials how to use the Qt Creator and how to begin with Qt. Also a example how to convert binary numbers into decimal and back.
kde.org: Today, three days before the Gran Canaria Desktop Summit starts, the KDE team released KDE 4.3.0 RC1. RC1 is an early candidate for what will become KDE 4.3.0 at the end of this month.
blog.repasik.com: There are not many burning tools in the Linux world compared to the Windows world, but what is most important that all burning tools for Linux are free of charge, open-source and work very well. Here are 6.
h-online.com: In response to the open letter written by free software guru Richard Stallman about the Mono problem, Alexander Schmehl, Debian developer and spokesperson for the GNU/Linux distribution has pointed out that Debian has no plans to include the controversial programming environment in the default GNOME installation.
workswithu.com: CNet’s Matt Asay beat The VAR Guy to the punch — writing a blog about potential Oracle-Ubuntu Linux synergies. Still, the potential Oracle-Ubuntu partnership gets a little sexier when you throw OpenOffice into the mix. Not even Jack, Janet and Chrissy looked this good together in their prime. Here’s why.
- Is Firefox 3.5 Worth Using?
- All about Firefox 3.5, available now
- Firefox 3.5: Stumbling out of the gate
- FireFox 3.5, Add-ons and Backwards Compatibility
- Firefox 3.5 screenshots
- Firefox 3.5: a first look
- Howto Fix Firefox 3.5's Font Hinting Problem on Ubuntu
- Howto : Upgrade from Firefox3.x to 3.5 in Linux
- X Server 1.6.2 RC2 Brings More Bug Fixes
- Ubuntu says yes to Mono, SFLC says no
- A gallery of geeky galleries
- Kon-Boot – Reset Windows & Linux Passwords
- Ubuntu heads to the clouds
- Hidden cost of running Windows
- Big Thanks To The SELinux Team
- Former rPath, Red Hat exec to lead software firm’s Raleigh headquarters
- Omatek Unveils World’s Smallest Desktop PC
- let's play a game!
- The XO Laptop Two Years Later: Part 1 - The Vision
- iFolder Packages Available for 11.1
- Acquia Search available commercially
- Myka's Linux-based BitTorrent box great home theater PC for lazy people
- Drupal 6 Top 25 Modules
- Mandriva and Arkeia Software Deliver Seamless Backup for Linux
- Linux Outlaws 98 - It's Business Time
I was curious to try Ubuntu's offer of a "one-click upgrade" from Ubuntu 8.10 to 9.04 on my HP Pavilion zd7000 laptop. I was impressed with how easy it was.
- A Beginner's Guide to Free Software Programming Languages
- Send Mail Through Gmail with Python
- Get to know Linux: ps command
- Reading Lots of Text with More and Less
- Tech Tip: Recovering Deleted Files With lsof
- How to Display Network Interfaces in Linux
- How to put a drawing into a Writer document
- Bash to Basics: Read User Input
- Upgrade Drupal CMS 5.12 to Drupal CMS 6.12
- Quickly testing Google Chrome binary on openSUSE
- Speed Up Ubuntu Firefox
funtoo.org: NeddySeagoon and I have been trying to figure out the official 10th anniverary date of Gentoo, and here are the dates I've figured out so far:
infoworld.com: IBM is announcing on Tuesday availability of an open source machine learning compiler, which the company said intelligently optimizes applications, thus meaning shorter development times and bigger performance gains.
scottnesbitt.net: There are a lot of misconceptions about Linux among the people I know who have actually heard of (and not everyone has). Most of them don’t know much about Linux, and what they do know is anywhere from five to 12 years out of date.
- Firefox 3.5's Benchmark Scores Brutalize IE 8, Almost Tie Chrome
- Mozilla Firefox 3.5: Life In The Fast Lane
- PCMag Radio: Firefox 3.5—The Best Browser
- Firefox 3.5 vs. Chrome 3 Showdown, Round 2: Bookmarks
- Firefox 3.5 is a Solid Upgrade
- Benchmarking Firefox 3.5
- Firefox 3.5 - A Really Impressive Release
- Google development kit could mean Firefox on Android
- Firefox 3.5 is fast, but still behind Chrome and Safari