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|Story||Control Centre: The systemd Linux init system||srlinuxx||08/05/2012 - 9:02pm|
|Story||Ubuntu 12.04 vs. Windows 8: Five points of comparison||srlinuxx||08/05/2012 - 6:08pm|
|Story||5 Reasons Why You Should Update Your Kernel Often||srlinuxx||08/05/2012 - 6:07pm|
|Story||OSHackers – Find a Linux lover near you!||srlinuxx||08/05/2012 - 6:05pm|
|Story||Our dream OS: the best of Windows, OS X, Linux, Android and iOS||srlinuxx||08/05/2012 - 4:21pm|
|Story||Fragmentation on the Linux Desktop (Is it Normal?)||srlinuxx||08/05/2012 - 4:04pm|
|Story||Why I Bought Red Hat||srlinuxx||08/05/2012 - 4:02pm|
|Story||few leftovers:||srlinuxx||08/05/2012 - 3:57pm|
|Story||Why Does Kubuntu Suck?||srlinuxx||2||08/05/2012 - 3:55pm|
|Story||Hands-on: testing the GIMP 2.8 and its new single-window interface||srlinuxx||08/05/2012 - 3:05am|
This guide explains how to set up software RAID1 on an already running LVM system (Debian Etch). The GRUB bootloader will be configured in such a way that the system will still be able to boot if one of the hard drives fails (no matter which one).
- More OOXML BRM Messiness: A Delegate from Brazil Challenges "Law of Silence"
- Best Way To Create Your Own Ubuntu
- Hidden Linux : Doing the splits
- Google exec lets slip Android release date?
- Presens IT conducts Open Source Survey with Red Hat
- I found my perfect KDE4 Setup!
- Kernel as hypervisor: Andrea Arcangeli
- Linux 18.104.22.168
- Exploring Etoys on the OLPC XO
- Paul Murphy: Security - lintel vs wintel
- Exposing a closed Congress to Open Source: Change Congress
- AMD's "Mystery" Digital Block Supported
- ATI "r500-fp" DRM Merged To Master
- Microsoft's real open-source nightmare
- How to check the exit status code
- Gnome Needs Plenty of Improvements, but ...
redhatmagazine.com: You may have read our background article about ODF and OOXML and why Red Hat believes OOXML should not be approved as an ISO standard. This time, we focus on how the standardization process has been compromised at ISO.
techsmartly.com/blog: I’ve always wanted to try Linux, but it was always impractical, since I had some stuff installed that I needed, and it would take ages to get everything working smoothly on Linux. But now, with a fresh reinstall, why not install Linux as well?
- Ubuntu Misconceptions
- It’s The Little Things…
- 5 Must have Apps for Ubuntu
- Ubuntu UK Podcast Second Episode
blogs.the451group: The GNU Affero GPL, released in November 2007 and approved by the OSI this month, is being viewed as both closure of a GPL loophole and as a tool to truly transfer the collaborative and community benefits of GPL to the software-as-a-service model.
desktoplinux: Firefox 3 may still be a beta, Beta 4 to be exact, but in a recent Reuters news story, Mozilla Vice President of Engineering Mike Schroepfer said of the browser, "In many ways it is much more stable than anything else out there." OK, so Reuters jumped the gun. Still, how ready is Firefox 3 for everyday use? I decided to find out.
- PIC Programming with Linux #3: installing the needed software
- Make the Windows Key Open the Gnome Panel Menu
- File System Checking with fsck
- gcore: Obtain core dump of current running application
- Easily Install Prism Web Apps in Ubuntu 8.04
- gcipher - A simple “encryption” tool
- Find out what ports are open on Linux
- KWordQuiz: An amazingly useful flash card tool
- Inserting more than one row at a time in OpenOffice.org Calc
- Undeleting photos on (gentoo) linux/windows/mac
- I like Brasero
- Music applet
groklaw.net: The Cuban National Bureau of Standards has reportedly sent an email to the three names NBs are supposed to notify at ISO, Toshiko Kimura, Keith Brannon, and Martine Gaillen, reporting that Cuba votes to disapprove OOXML.
internetling.com: Why is the Dock becoming more and more popular? It’s probably got something to do with clever window management, doesn’t it? Well, in my opinion it’s just the eye candy. Now here’s a list of 5 different Docks you can use on Linux.
crunchgear.com: Keeping with our Linux theme for the week, I present this week’s Orientation on, well, Linux. Despite a market share of less than 1 percent for the Linux OS compared to 92 percent for Windows and a smidge over 7 percent for Apple’s Mac OS, the seldom used (by the general public) OS is the epitome of open source dev and free software. So for the uninitiated, here’s Linux in a nutshell.
blogs.zdnet.com: Let’s face it, deciding to nuke your existing operating system installation and replace it with a completely different OS isn’t the sort of task that you should approach lightly. One of the barriers to Linux adoption is the fact that many people find the idea of wiping their Windows installation a daunting thing.
Also: Ubuntu 8.04 beta: an agile upgrade
phoronix.com: Last year AMD introduced the flagship 790 Chipset series as part of their Spider Platform for use with the Phenom processors and Radeon HD 3800 graphics. Until earlier this month when AMD introduced the 780 Series, missing was any chipset with integrated graphics capabilities supporting these first AMD quad-core processors. Now we have AMD's 780G and 780V.
thevarguy.com: The VAR Guy is in the market for a small office printer that supports Ubuntu Linux, Mac OS X and Windows XP. Alas, most PC companies do a lousy job describing which of their printers work with Ubuntu. Which means they’re leaving easy money on the table. Here’s our resident blogger’s sad story so far.
dthomasdigital.wordpress: I am a Ubuntu believer, as one of those total converts for almost two years now Ubuntu has answered my every computing need. So what’s the side effect you say?
infoworld.com: Any endeavor rooted in community is bound to spark passionate debate. After all, without contention, how else to determine the best way forward? On the eve of our Open Source Business Conference, we spoke with 11 thought leaders about the current open source climate to uncover the most vibrant themes and conflicts shaping open source today.
polishlinux.org: Sometimes I get the feeling that Web 2.0 is just too fancy for Linux, loads of tools, websites, and apps are being developed without taking Linux users into consideration. Here I will take you through some of the best tools and apps out there and how to get them up and running on your Ubuntu (assume 7.10).
metimes.com (UPI): The U.S. National Security Agency has released its own version of the open-source computer operating system Linux, which offers enhanced security for users.
blog.linuxtoday: It seems that the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) program's XO laptop is just popping up all over lately. Twice in as many weeks, mention of the green and white laptop has appeared in the most unusual places.
kmandla.wordpress: I’m running through my first installation with the Hardy beta; until now, all of my Hardy systems were dist-upgrades until now? It looks like the alternate installation sequence — and the whole CD really, got a nice makeover.