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|Story||Open-source and free software: Free, as in beer||srlinuxx||14/03/2013 - 6:18am|
|Story||Ubuntu Linux Gets Certified on Dell 12G Servers||srlinuxx||14/03/2013 - 6:09am|
|Story||5 Best Firefox Add-ons for Mobile-Desktop Syncing||srlinuxx||14/03/2013 - 6:07am|
|Story||openSUSE 12.3 is Here||srlinuxx||14/03/2013 - 6:05am|
|Story||In Defense of GNOME Icons||srlinuxx||13/03/2013 - 7:21pm|
|Story||Piston 'Steam Box' maker breaks from Valve's vision of a Linux-powered system||srlinuxx||13/03/2013 - 7:19pm|
|Story||The ultimate Linux starter kit for small business||srlinuxx||13/03/2013 - 7:17pm|
|Story||Security of open-source software again being scrutinized||srlinuxx||13/03/2013 - 7:16pm|
|Story||Ubuntu, Shuttleworth & rolling releases||srlinuxx||13/03/2013 - 7:15pm|
|Story||Shifting to Ubuntu in 2013||srlinuxx||12/03/2013 - 8:34pm|
suseblog.com: I wanted to see how many ways I could install a package on OpenSUSE 10.3 (and 11.0, for that matter) without any help from any third-party package management tools that don’t come stock on a fresh OpenSUSE install.
tuxtraining.com: Linux is the best OS there is. Period. There, I said it. Usually this site strays away from opinion but I couldn’t resist this time. LinuxHater is grabbing a bunch of attention lately by carrying the flag of Microsoft’s FUD in a rather explicit way. It’s time for a rather extensive but to-the-point reminder why Linux is the best OS on this planet.
theregister.co.uk: After months of public inactivity, Opera has been racing to release the latest version of its desktop browser. No guesses why. Opera 9.50 is out today, and we've been on the case of Kestrel since the first public preview last autumn.
brajeshwar.com: ‘Root’ is the default name for system administrator in a *NIX system — a super user who can do anything and everything within the operating system. Let us go a little deep about the access privileges and rights which a root user has on a Linux system.
washingtonpost.com: A small, light laptop makes an excellent second computer -- unless it costs more than your first. Hewlett Packard's $499-and-up 2133 Mini-Note comes from the same basic template as the Eee but falls woefully short in some aspects.
lwn.net: The life of South African Mark Shuttleworth has been a kind of geek dream. Here, he talks to Glyn Moody about Ubuntu's new focus on the server side, why Ubuntu could switch from GNOME to KDE, and what happens to Ubuntu and its commercial arm, Canonical, if Shuttleworth were to fall out of a spaceship.
freesoftwaremagazine.com: You have a computer (a laptop or a desktop). Since it’s a machine you use often and don’t tinker with much, it probably runs Linux. You also have a brand new digital camera, or a shiny new MP3 player. And you feel the dread: are those pure consumer oriented pieces of hardware compatible with my machine?
Press Release: Sabayon Linux today announced that it will partner with NetCraft Communications, a global provider of computer infrastructure management services and makers of Versiera, Remote System Management and Monitoring Software.
- Firefox 3 'awesome bar' not awesome for all
- My thoughts on the linux desktop
- Tasty Tomato firmware for routers
- One small lawsuit for Red Hat, One big legal step for open source
- #ln -s /dev/null /dev/clue
- Is Apache the Greatest Open Source Project?
- EU Official Tells Governments to Go Open Source
- Open source tour of Europe: Russia
- Review: Asus Eee 900
- Linux aternatives to Windows software roundup
- Nokia urges Linux developers to learn business
- Using chkconfig To Manage Linux Service Run Levels
- Fedora 9 Nvidia
- Short Tip: Searching files and packages
- 5 easy steps to install Puppy Linux on your USB drive
- Getting that wiki feeling on the desktop, part 2
- Ubuntu 8.04 Hardy Touchpad “Tap zones”
- Timing processes in the shell
- Finding "leaf" nodes on a file system
- Installing Microsoft Fonts on openSUSE 11.0
phoronix.com: Since our article yesterday entitled X Server 1.4.1 Is Released, No Joke it's sparked discussions on our forums and other online communities on how the X.Org release management can be improved and how new developers can become involved.
Also: Coming To A Desktop Near You: X.Org 7.4
And: X.Org Releases X Server 1.4.2
kroah.com: Ever since my talk at OLS last year about the Linux kernel development community and the companies involved, I've been traveling around, giving the talk in one form or another to lots of different companies and community groups. Last week I gave the talk at Google, and they kindly recorded it and put it up for everyone to see.
mozilla.org: Whenever we’re asked “when is Firefox going to be released” we endeavor to answer to the best of our abilities, but the truth of the matter is that we’ll only ever ship “when it’s ready”. It is our expectation to ship Firefox 3 this upcoming Tuesday, June 17th.
groklaw.net: You've probably been wondering why I've been quiet, when there is news about a patent settlement between Red Hat and Firestar and DataTern in the JBoss litigation. It's because I wanted to be positive I was correct that this is the first known settlement involving patents that is harmonious with GPLv3. It is.
supercomputingonline.com: Supercomputers around the world are running on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server from Novell. According to TOP500, a project that tracks and detects trends in high-performance computing, SUSE Linux Enterprise is the Linux of choice on the world's largest HPC supercomputers today. Of the top 50 supercomputers worldwide, 40 percent are running on SUSE Linux Enterprise, including the top three.
nerdlogger.com: I think every admin must do something stupid atleast once....right? Well my brain fart happened during a System upgrade. I made backups of all the files I thought were important. Well, of course the second person who walks in to report problems, asks me about his personal crontab......DOOOHHHHH!!!!
- linux vs win/mac
- 10 Things a new Linux user needs to unlearn
- 10 reasons why Ubuntu is better than Windows
blogs.zdnet.com: It’s not about right and wrong. It’s about big and small. And in the grand scheme of things Red Hat isn’t that big. Which is why its patent promise doesn’t give me warm fuzzy feelings.
itweb.co.za: The State IT Agency (SITA) is transferring its entire technology infrastructure to free, open source and open standards software (FOSS). SITA CEO Llewellyn Jones says the organisation hopes to complete this process within the next four to five months.
blog.linuxtoday.com: Even though I consider myself a fairly advanced Linux user, there are some things in Linux I haven't gotten around to yet. This isn't usually through inability to do something; it's usually a matter of not seeing the need for it. So it is with Compiz.