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arstechnica.com/gadgets: Nvidia is endorsing Windows CE as its platform of choice for netbooks built with its ARM-based Tegra SoC. The company says that Linux is a nonstarter and Android isn't ready.
daniweb.com/blogs: Prejudices and opinions aside, at some point in your career you'll be asked to select a viable Linux distribution for your corporate network. How will you choose? Here are 5 ways.
blogs.zdnet.com: Dietrich H. Schmitz has posted to Groklaw a piece quoting my CompuTex coverage and claiming a dark conspiracy. I hate to disagree, but what happened at CompuTex was no conspiracy.
techradar.com: Firefox 3.5 will continue to take market share from Internet Explorer, according to Mozilla's Vice President of Engineering Mike Shaver – with honesty and user focus still the main aim in an increasingly competitive environment.
cnet.com: Steve Ballmer needs to brush up on Roman history. Otherwise he seems doomed to repeat it, as two recent Microsoft campaigns suggest.
thevarguy.com: Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu Linux, continues to build its channel partner program. Although the effort isn’t generating headlines yet, solutions providers can measure Canonical’s progress by keeping their eyes on four key Ubuntu partners.
This week in DistroWatch Weekly:
- Interviews: Robert Lange, co-founder and lead developer of VectorLinux
- News: Fedora community LXDE live CD, Mandriva "Cooker" updates, Ubuntu's One Hundred Paper Cuts, Linux Mint and OpenBSD interviews
- Released last week: Ultimate Edition 2.2, Parted Magic 4.2, SystemRescueCd 1.2.1
- New additions: Macpup
- New distributions: Anubis-Linux, AV Linux, AuroraUX, Intuitive, Linux Mangaka One CD, VINUX, Wires Cut Linux
- Reader comments
Read more in this week's issue of DistroWatch Weekly....
theinquirer.net: SUN SUPREMO Jonathan Schwartz has been telling the Times of India that open sauce is booming.
itnewstoday.com: The “Why I Use Linux” series continues. Today I am presenting a story written by Arlie Morris of Chino Hills, CA. Arlie is concerned with the upkeep that Windows has and became amazed at how much easier life can be with Linux.
- UbuntuOne - My Thoughts
- Web Browser Memory Usage Benchmark Gets It All Wrong
- Is Security Essentials Microsoft's answer to Linux's security record?
- Linux Gaming at Linuxtag 2009
- Dreamlinux 3.5 Quick Review and Screenshots
- Open source activists target software patents
- Updated AntiX 8.0-2-pt1 is Available for Testing
- Reporting bugs upstream
- Switching from vim to emacs
- Netbooks and Nettops: Open-Source Plausible?
- The Linux Action Show! Season 10 Episode 7
- Easily Manage Your ISO Files In Linux With AcetoneISO
- Installing Sonar in a linux environment
- Pidgin and Yahoo
- Exim4 on Ubuntu 9.04
- Automatic notification of Debian package updates via cron
- How To Disable Ubuntu User Login Window
- Tip: Make VLC Quit After Viewing Video/Audio
- Video Player Crashes in Ubuntu
polishlinux.org: Everybody knows, that DRM is bad. Also everybody knows, that Open Source is just a compromise and a stage in transition to a close-to-ideal system, which Free Software is. However let’s try to look at the other side of the coin.
itwire.com: Opera gained fame for being a featured web browser that consumed a minimum of memory. It fit on a floppy disk, and it ran on mobile devices. Trying to regain a place in the spotlight, Opera announced it would be re-inventing the web. Now that its secret is out I am underwhelmed.
ubuntu.com: Welcome to the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter, Issue #147 for the week June 15th - June 21st, 2009 is available.
ghacks.net: I am a child of the 80s (born in 1967), so I remember well the likes of Tempest, Zaxon, Galaga, Zap, Centipede, and many more games that stole my quarters over the years. These games helped to define my generation.
itwire.com: Should FOSS users be concerned about the software they use, in case it opens them up to copyright, trademark or patent claims? Or should such concerns be left exclusively to developers?
stefanoforenza.com: rickspencer3 proposes pulling the gimp from the (ubuntu) CD. ZOMG! No offense to Rick Spencer but.. How reasonable is the rationale behind this? That f-spot is enough? Enough for what? For laughing?
techrepublic.com: I decided it was time to see what the developers of Firefox had been doing with my favorite open source browser. There has been quite a bit of hype surrounding this up-coming release. I downloaded it fully expecting to be blown away. The verdict so far?
smspillaz.wordpress: I noticed that most of the awesome X Devs like Peter Hutterer and Kristian Hoegsberg (and let’s not forget Linus Himself!) are using Fedora, and I’ve heard it’s geared towards developers (being bleeding edge and all).
One of the new additions which are noteworthy to mention for Amarok 2.1 is the introduction of the classic playlist (the one from 1.4) and also the playlist editor.