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Story Chromebook space heating up: Asus launches two models Rianne Schestowitz 07/05/2014 - 1:11am
Story Google and Intel team up to give Chromebooks more power Rianne Schestowitz 07/05/2014 - 1:02am
Story AMD surprise: pin-compatible ARM and x86 CPUs Rianne Schestowitz 07/05/2014 - 12:55am
Story Easily Fix Firefox 29 Rianne Schestowitz 07/05/2014 - 12:47am
Story Why ARM Servers, And Why Now? Rianne Schestowitz 07/05/2014 - 12:41am
Story Leftovers: Gaming Roy Schestowitz 06/05/2014 - 8:28pm
Story today's howtos Roy Schestowitz 06/05/2014 - 8:26pm
Story Leftovers: Software Roy Schestowitz 06/05/2014 - 8:25pm
Story Review: OpenMandriva Lx 2014.0 Rianne Schestowitz 06/05/2014 - 8:19pm
Story Intel Is Working On A Linux Networking Stack For Small Systems Rianne Schestowitz 06/05/2014 - 8:14pm

Dire Predictions: Tech Vendors That May Not Survive 2009

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Software
OSS

channelinsider.com: In the Channel Insider 2009 Market Pulse Survey, we asked solution providers which vendors they thought would go out of business or be acquired in 2009. The results may shock you. Number 1 on the list: Novell.

Two years with PCLinuxOS as main OS

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PCLOS

wamukota.blogspot: My first contact with PCLinuxOS was two years ago in January when the 2007 Test Releases were being rolled out. Although I was a happy Suse, then openSUSE user, I lost the connection. I went looking for another distro.

KDE NetworkManager interface gets a shiny plasma overhaul

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KDE

arstechnica.com: In most modern Linux distributions, network configuration is handled by NetworkManager, a desktop-neutral service that seamlessly manages connections. KDE contributor Sebastian Kügler is working on a new Plasma-based front-end.

The Year of the Linux Everything Else

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Linux

linux-foundation.org/weblogs: You’d think CES would be a good indicator of the major technology trends in electronics. But Linux at CES? That’s unlikely to show up in your RSS reader. Heard any your friends talk about how Linux is taking over CES? No? Me neither.

KDE 4.2 “The Answer” - My Experiences So Far

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KDE

itnewstoday.com: KDE 4.2 is fast approaching, and will reach final form at the end of this month. The second beta is available now, with the release candidate due next week. I thought I would post my thoughts on this great desktop as it is at this point in its development phase.

Linux games - First Person Shooters - Part Three

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Gaming

dedoimedo.com: Welcome to the third installment in the First Person Shooters saga. Today, we will talk about two more solid choices for meeting people online - and then shooting them.

Ubuntu System Panel Gives You Quick Access To Your Applications

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Software
Ubuntu

makeuseof.com: Ubuntu System Panel (USP) is a configurable Gnome launcher that you can add to your Ubuntu (and other Linux distros based on Gnome) panel for quick and easy access to the various applications and places.

Voting for the 2008 LinuxQuestions.org Members Choice Awards is Now Open

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Linux
OSS

linuxquestions.org: It’s that time once again. Voting for the 2008 LinuxQuestions.org Members Choice Awards is now open. The Members Choice Awards allow the Linux community to select their favorite products in a variety of categories.

Why Windows 7 will crush Linux

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Microsoft
  • Why Windows 7 will crush Linux

  • Should We Trash Windows Vista – or BadVista?
  • Techiemoe tries Microsoft Windows 7 Beta 1
  • Extend the Windows 7 Trial from 30 to 120 Days
  • Adding Windows 7 to Linux Multiboot

A triple-boot system with GRUB: Debian GNU/Linux "Lenny", FreeDOS 1.0, and Windows 98SE

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HowTos

This last Christmas, I refurbished and installed computers for two of my children. As we still have a pile of old games in a drawer, I wanted to provide multi-boot systems. This was much easier and more satisfying than the last time I set up a Linux/Windows.

The "I'm Linux" Video Contest

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Linux

If you've been alive and aware of mass media over the last twelve months, you've probably seen television commercials from Apple and Microsoft touting their operating system. From Apple's ubiquitous "I'm a Mac" to Jerry Seinfeld to Microsoft's "I'm a PC" retort, operating system commercials have been flooding the airways. Except one OS has been notably absent – Linux.

A Weekend With Arch

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Linux

ostatic.com/blog: Within a few months of beginning with Linux, it became obvious that I was one of those who have severe difficulties settling on a distribution. This weekend, I finally got a chance to take Arch for a spin.

The Dark Art of Sound on Linux

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Linux

glyph.twistedmatrix: I've been trying to get a USB headset to work gracefully with a variety of applications on Linux for quite some time. Recently I had a bit more time to investigate why this is so difficult, and to learn a few things about ALSA. Inspired by Mr. Sterling, I feel compelled to share the results of this ... experimentation.

Red Hat's Open Source Software of Value in These Recessionary Times

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Linux

seekingalpha.com: With the current recessionary environment, perhaps it’s not such a bad time to take a look at investing in penguins and fedoras. While it’s been asked before how a company can profit off of something that is free and open, Red Hat has done a fairly good job of it over the years.

Kernel Log: What's new in 2.6.29 - Part 2: WiMAX

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Linux

heise-online.co.uk: In Part 2 of the Kernel Log's coverage of the major changes happening in the main development branch for the Linux kernel 2.6.29 release, we look at a major new addition to Linux's networking capability, WiMAX support.

OpenSolaris distros

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OS

linuxformat.co.uk: A few months ago we looked at OpenSolaris, Sun's effort to get the community involved in its Unix flavour. Now we explore some of the spin-off projects that have popped up, including MilaX, Belenix and Nexenta...

Is OpenOffice.org a 'dying horse'?

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Interviews
OOo

zdnetasia.com: OpenOffice.org is still not past its expiry date, but more needs to be done to drive community participation and ensure the open source software remains relevant, say industry watchers.

DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 285

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Linux

This week in DistroWatch Weekly:

  • Interview: Paul Sherman, Absolute Linux

  • News: Debian releases new "Lenny" live images, openSUSE announces KDE 3.5 live CDs, Fedora votes on code name for version 11, Sun Microsystems and FreeBSD cooperate on kernel features, PC/OS and Gentoo interviews
  • Released last week: SystemRescueCd 1.1.4, MythDora 10.21
  • Upcoming releases: Ubuntu 9.04 Alpha 3, Mandriva Linux 2009.1 Beta 1
  • New additions: MOPSLinux, Runtu
  • New distribution: 4Biblen, Easy Peasy, Incognito, LinuxEllSchool, Paranoid Linux, pure:dyne, Toutou Linux
  • Reader comments

Read more in this week's issue of DistroWatch Weekly....

Linux and the Third World

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Linux

jdeeth.blogspot: The government of Vietnam announced last week that it will be converting all its government computers to open source software by the end of 2010, with conversion to begin almost immediately. So apparently open source software really is communism.

What's new in 2.6.29 - Part 1: Dodgy Wifi drivers and AP support

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Linux

heise-online.co.uk: Scarcely two weeks after the release of Linux 2.6.28, Linus Torvalds has integrated comprehensive changes for kernel version 2.6.29 into the main development branch. As of Friday morning, he had added a whopping 7550 patches.

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