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|Story||KDE Telepathy 0.9.0 Released||Rianne Schestowitz||19/10/2014 - 7:17pm|
|Story||Porteus 3.1 RC1 Is a Bleeding Edge Slackaware-Based Distro with Linux Kernel 3.17||Rianne Schestowitz||19/10/2014 - 6:05pm|
|Story||Five Best Linux Desktop Environments||Rianne Schestowitz||19/10/2014 - 5:57pm|
|Story||IBM Tweaks Power-Linux Discount Deal In Europe||Rianne Schestowitz||19/10/2014 - 5:56pm|
|Story||Parsix OS Is an Interesting GNOME and Debian 7.0 "Whezzy" Blend||Rianne Schestowitz||19/10/2014 - 5:52pm|
|Story||Free Software is Europe’s second chance||Rianne Schestowitz||19/10/2014 - 5:51pm|
|Story||OpenBSD Passes 300,000 Commits||Rianne Schestowitz||19/10/2014 - 5:44pm|
|Story||Marble Atlas Review – Alternative to Google Earth||Rianne Schestowitz||19/10/2014 - 6:54am|
|Story||Kickstarter pulls Anonabox, a Tor-enabled router that raised over $585,000||Rianne Schestowitz||19/10/2014 - 6:45am|
|Story||today's howtos||Roy Schestowitz||19/10/2014 - 12:32am|
makeuseof.com: Once you finish this article, I’m sure you’ll be amazed that the Internet works at all! It’s easy to complain about slow download speeds, or lost e-mail, but, geez, it’s the Internet!
networkworld.com: PC cases come in many form factors, but they're all basically boxes that lack personality. This doesn't have to be the case (pun intended), as my Carpet Cleaner PC very well proves. Yes, this is a working Ubuntu PC built out of an old Bissell Carpet Machine.
phoronix.com: Back in May we shared that the Ubuntu Intel graphics performance was still in bad shape after testing out very early Ubuntu 9.10 packages. Months have passed, but we have just carried out some new tests using Ubuntu 9.10 Alpha 3.
news.cnet.com: Whenever Microsoft starts to look like a company that is ready to play fair with open source, along comes its CEO, Steve Ballmer, to ruin all the goodwill the rest of the company has created.
ostatic.com/blog: Today marks the final installment in our series that takes a look at educational versions of popular Linux distributions that are ideal for students returning to class in the next few weeks. Today let's take a look at Debian Jr.
Free software is definitely going strong in some areas, especially in the server market. However, there are other areas where free software and free protocols have failed.
networkworld.com: Think of the annual Pwnie Awards delivered at the Black Hat conference as a geek version of the Oscars – if they were combined with the tongue-in-cheek Razzies that celebrate the worst of Hollywood.
prnewswire.com: Sony Pictures Imageworks is launching an open source development program, it was announced today by Imageworks' chief technology officer, Rob Bredow. Five technologies will be released initially:
dedoimedo.com: We have had lots of programs featured here on Dedoimedo, but we never really focused on educational software. Until today. I'm going to present Stellarium, a beautiful, pleasant, addictive open-source planetarium software.
computerworld.com: Adobe on Thursday patched 12 vulnerabilities in Flash Player, including three it inherited from faulty Microsoft development code and one that hackers have been exploiting for at least a week. The vulnerabilities affect the Windows, Mac and Linux versions of Flash Player.
lwn.net: Buried deep within a "bits from the release team" posting to the Debian development community is this text: "Based on feedback of the community we are revisiting the decision to freeze December 2009."
linux-mag.com: After about five years of development, the Mozilla Sunbird 1.0 is nearly ready to fly out the door. The 1.0 beta made its way to the servers this week, and Mozilla’s calendaring app is almost gold.
dissociatedpress.net: The most popular feature in openFATE (at least of this writing) is a proposal from KDE e.V. member Frank Karlitschek to make KDE the “default” in openSUSE. Michael Loeffler has also blogged about this and put it on the opensuse-project mailing list.
ostatic.com/blog: While the native screenshot applications found in most Linux distributions are fine for quick screengrabs, you need something heftier if you plan to highlight, annotate, resize or otherwise tinker with images.
linuxmusicproduction.com: I recently discovered a fairly new project that has an interesting take on Linux music production: the Open Octave Project. The goal of Open Octave is to provide an environment for audio and MIDI production specifically for orchestral music and film scoring.
zdnetasia.com: Red Hat will step up its efforts to help drive developer contribution and remains unfazed by desktop competition, according to its chief executive Jim Whitehurst.
psykil.livejournal: configure: error: C compiler cannot create executables
Oops. Every Gentoo user has seen this at some point.
osrevolution.com: In the past, the dock bar has been just an appearance enhancer in operating systems. In truth, the dock bar can provide you more if you want it to.