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|Story||SteamOS beta gets update||Rianne Schestowitz||11/02/2014 - 9:11pm|
|Story||Updated Debian 7: 7.4 released||Rianne Schestowitz||11/02/2014 - 9:05pm|
|Story||Finally, Debian chose* systemd as default init systemd, bye bye upstart||Rianne Schestowitz||11/02/2014 - 9:00pm|
|Story||Dutch towns Typo3 association model for others||Rianne Schestowitz||11/02/2014 - 8:54pm|
|Story||Pennsylvania High School Rolls Out 1,700 Linux Laptops to Students||Roy Schestowitz||11/02/2014 - 8:53pm|
|Story||First look at cockpit, a web based server management interface||Rianne Schestowitz||11/02/2014 - 8:49pm|
|Story||New Touchpad management app in Kubuntu 14.04||Rianne Schestowitz||11/02/2014 - 8:44pm|
|Story||Buying a new Windows 8.1 laptop – and getting it ready for Linux||Roy Schestowitz||11/02/2014 - 8:38pm|
|Story||16 weirdest places you'll find Linux||Roy Schestowitz||11/02/2014 - 8:09pm|
|Story||Hiring managers advise job seekers to contribute to open-source projects||Roy Schestowitz||11/02/2014 - 6:48pm|
ostatic.com: Envizions Computer Entertainment announced recently that the Linux-based EVO gaming console will be available for sale November 18. If anything, this release will heat up the "Linux isn't an operating system for gaming" chorus.
benkevan.com: As you may have read, openSUSE 11.1 was realeased and was shipped with KDE 4.1.2. My installation was simple, I actually did a sudo zypper dup From openSUSE 11.0. I ran it a few times, and after a while all was updated.
ostatic.com: A common lament from home videographers is that Linux lacks video editors. It's not exactly true. There's another alternative for those needing a basic video editor. Open Movie Editor seems plain compared to Kino, but works with more file formats (with fewer hassles).
redmonk.com: So Tim is sold on Drizzle. Well, to paraphrase Shrek, “join the club, we’ve got jackets.” For a while now, I’ve been keeping tabs on the progress of the MySQL fork, because it could be argued that it’s the most interesting - and important - project going.
tectonic.co.za: The Ubuntu team has decided that instead of OpenOffice.org 3.0, released last week, the default version of the office suite in the Ubuntu 8.10 release will be OpenOffice.org 2.4.1. It’s not a decision that many Ubuntu fans are happy with.
- KOffice 2.0 Beta 2 Released
- Qt Gets Prettied Up
- First look: Mozilla's mobile Fennec browser
- Bill Gates founds a new tech company
- Pidgin 2.5.1 (GNOME)
- Open Source to the Rescue
- Support the Free Software Foundation’s high-priority list campaign
- On Opera patch day, a new zero-day flaw
- Hands on: Toshiba NB100 netbook review
- Van Dam Iron Works vacillates between Linux and Windows
- Memory issues: Firefox 3.0.2 and Mandriva 2008.1
- Screencast: gnome-do v0.5 for Fedora 10
- Open Source Gets Into Wall St. Back Office
- SilverStone Sugo SG04 (pc case)
- Open shop on GNOME 3.0 planning
- Straightening Out Some Silly Stuff Being Written About Apple v. Psystar
- Hands-on Hadoop for cluster computing
- How to Convert .FLAC to .MP3 In Ubuntu
- Awesome-menu in Awesome Window Manager
- Multiple keyboard layouts in XFCE... and outside it
- Performance tuning with System Control (sysctl) in Ubuntu
- Adjust the fan speed on you NVida graphics card
- Using bootchart to capture your boot process openSUSE 11
- HOWTO : Penguinzilla (DRBL) on Ubuntu 8.04.1
- Kubuntu Intrepid Dual Monitor Blinking
- Changing Default OS On Dual-Boot System (Ubuntu)
fsf.org/blogs: Software companies like Microsoft often refer to copying they don't approve of as "piracy." They suggest that such copying is ethically equivalent to murder and robbery. Even these far-fetched analogies are not enough for Microsoft, who in their press release yesterday updated the comparison to draw a connection between such copying and organized crime.
Jim Zemlin: Today the Linux Foundation issued a report looking at the value of the Linux platform in terms of code. Although it wasn’t specifically covered in this paper it is also worth applying the economics of Linux to one of the fastest growing segments of technology; mobile devices, consumer electronics and low cost netbooks. This is the future of Linux.
quicktweaks.com: Canonical, the distributor of Ubuntu OS, is often blamed for not listening the community such as ignoring the request for changing/improving default appearance. But not this time. Ever since they launched brainstorm.ubuntu.com, they have been very responsive about what the Ubuntu fans want. As a result of this Intrepid Ibex, which is due to release on 30th of this month, will be packed with two very useful system tools.
hehe2.net: Google has changed our lives permanently, no one can deny it. The amount of innovation it brings to the table is almost dizzying. Here you will find some great apps and tools that will generally improve your experience on your preferred Linux desktop.
zdnet.com.au: The website of Australia's annual Linux conference has become temporarily inaccessible scant months before the event because of policy confusion over whether or not it is allowed to use its long-standing domain name.
linuxdevices.com: A Chinese vendor of microprocessors and computer systems will reportedly soon ship a low-cost "netbook" with an 8.9-inch display, Debian Linux-based software, and a Chinese-made processor.
tombuntu.com: The clipboard system in Linux (X11 to be more specific) recives complaints from users who expect it to work differently when applications are closed. The problem is that when content is copied from an application and the application is closed, the clipboard item will be cleared. I ran into this problem recently.
thelinuxlink.net: Yeah, I know it is still a few days off from official release, but true to form, I grabbed it for my workstation at work before the rush. I simply changed my /etc/apt/source.list to point from hardy to intrepid, sudo aptitude update, sudo aptitude dist-upgrade and about an hour later I was rebooting.
news.cnet: A colleague today showed me a cool, new browser that he's been using to browse the web at blisteringly fast speeds. The browser? Minefield. The author of the code? Mozilla.
preacherpen.wordpress: Linux powers both of my computers, and Simply Mepis is the distribution of choice for many reasons. I have been using Simply Mepis several years, and and have no desire to even test other distros; there were some brief stints with Linux Mint and PCLOS, but Mepis is my OS.
celettu.wordpress: I decided to beat the rush and install the Beta of Ubuntu 8.10 this evening. At first I was greeted with the Beta artwork, which I found slightly disappointing, as have others before me.
stuff.co.nz: There have always been people in society who help others just because they can - the cub scout leader, the charity volunteer, the community clean up group, they all contribute to making the world a better place.