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|Story||Apple's poisonous Touch silently kills the GNOMEs of Linux Forest||srlinuxx||04/11/2012 - 9:53pm|
|Blog entry||The 3 Wise Smartphones this christmas||fieldyweb||04/11/2012 - 2:33pm|
|Story||some leftovers:||srlinuxx||03/11/2012 - 5:08pm|
|Story||LibreOffice: A Continuing Tale of FOSS Success||srlinuxx||03/11/2012 - 3:00am|
|Story||Pear Linux 6 Review||srlinuxx||03/11/2012 - 2:59am|
|Story||Linus Trying KDE Again, Calls it Whimsical||srlinuxx||03/11/2012 - 2:51am|
|Story||some leftovers:||srlinuxx||02/11/2012 - 6:58pm|
|Story||Choosing a Desktop: Mate vs Xfce||srlinuxx||02/11/2012 - 2:35am|
|Story||Chakra 2012.09 - Chakra Chakra Chameleon||srlinuxx||02/11/2012 - 2:33am|
|Story||LibreOffice Pushes Back, Releases 3.6.3||srlinuxx||02/11/2012 - 2:31am|
- openSUSE 11.0 Beta 3 Resolves Over 700 Bugs
- People of openSUSE: Wolfgang Koller
- Redesign of YaST Expert Partitioner
- OpenSuse joins Google Summer of Code
maketecheasier.com: For those who are a crazy fan of the Mac OSX dock, you can now install Avant Window Navigator to achieve the similar dock-like effect in Ubuntu Hardy Heron.
beranger.org: Tazpkg has been updated to 2.1, the package [manager] provides now a graphical user interface, so you can install, remove, search or upgrade packages in a few clicks.
kerneltrap.org: "As some of the latency junkies on lkml already know, commit 8e3e076 in v2.6.26-rc2 removed the preemptible BKL feature and made the Big Kernel Lock a spinlock and thus turned it into non-preemptible code again. This commit returned the BKL code to the 2.6.7 state of affairs in essence."
kloeri.livejournal: The Gentoo Foundation was filed and approved a few days ago, but unfortunately the Council has invalidated itself by the poor attendance yesterday.
callum-macdonald.com: I’ve been thinking about switching from Fedora to Ubuntu. I downloaded the latest Ubuntu version a few weeks ago. Today I took the plunge and booted it up.
- yum vs. ZYpp speed / memory usage
- Open source largest software industry: Alfresco CEO
- Building a glossier front end for MythTV
- Linux wins big in financial trading
- What open source teaches publishers
- Declare victory and go home
- $7 Soc runs Linux
- Linspire CNR adds Transgaming's Windows game emulator
- Picasa Downlaod Album in Linux
- Why Wireless is a Mess in Linux?
- Video: Fedora Project leader on Fedora 9
- Mandriva 2008.1 on Acer Aspire 3680-2622 Laptop
- 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.