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|Story||EXT4 vs. XFS vs. Btrfs HDD Benchmarks On Linux 3.15||Rianne Schestowitz||10/05/2014 - 6:34pm|
|Story||Linux 3.15-rc5||Rianne Schestowitz||10/05/2014 - 6:26pm|
|Story||Leftovers: Software||Roy Schestowitz||10/05/2014 - 8:48am|
|Story||today's howtos||Roy Schestowitz||10/05/2014 - 8:47am|
|Story||Leftovers: Games||Roy Schestowitz||10/05/2014 - 8:46am|
|Story||New Screenshots||Roy Schestowitz||10/05/2014 - 8:45am|
|Story||Digia Officially Releases Qt 5.3 RC1 with Feedback Fixes||Roy Schestowitz||10/05/2014 - 7:25am|
|Story||Interview: AMD and Mentor Graphics Partner To Deliver Linux||Roy Schestowitz||10/05/2014 - 7:19am|
|Story||Elementary’s Pantheon Shell To Be Ported On Debian||Roy Schestowitz||10/05/2014 - 7:13am|
|Story||Using Qt to make Native Android apps||Roy Schestowitz||10/05/2014 - 7:06am|
linuxinsider.com: Newcomers to open source software might be intimidated by the insider nature of the communities, but they shouldn't mistake that for elitism, writes LinuxInsider columnist Jeremiah T. Gray. Stick with it, and the benefits will become clear, he advises.
links.org: I started looking at the LLVM project today, which is a replacement for the widely used gcc compiler for C and C++. I thought perhaps the interest in LLVM and clang (the C/C++ front end) were prompted by a sudden surge of interest in open source static analysis, but asking around, it seems it is not so.
dedoimedo.com: I have already reviewed Linux Mint about a year ago - and already loved it back then. With version 6 out for grabs, I decided to see what new changes the latest version of Linux Mint brings.
opendotdotdot.blogspot: Here's an interesting idea: for Russia to fund the creation of a "national operating system" to replace Windows, based on GNU/Linux:
news.cnet.com: A panel discussion among browser executives shed a little light on the philosophical differences between four major browsers (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, and Opera), but more than anything showed how these products are moving in the same direction.
phoronix.com: Today we are looking at two new products. There is the ATP 8GB EarthDrive, which is advertised as the world's first recyclable USB drive, and secondly there is the ATP 8GB ToughDrive. The EarthDrive is made of a biodegradable material that is derived from corn.
GoblinX just released the second beta of the next stable release.
- Windows 7 and Ubuntu 9.10 - why neither will lose
- Don't Convert Mandriva Systems to ext4
- From Ubuntu Netbook Remix to Ubuntu UMPC
- A diagram of the apt system
- get_iplayer - Download BBC iplayer, BBC Radio & ITV programmes
- Learning more about Nagios for server monitoring
- Microsoft and open source
- Holiday Cheer, Holiday Uncheer - Part 2
- Windows 7 on Netbooks: Does Linux Stand a Chance?
- Fastest web serving on earth made possible by 64 Bit Linux
- Asus confirms Eee phone
- Shared data feed
- Open source lessons in the Nortel bankruptcy
- Technology firms in the recession
- Firefox 3.1 beta 3 now due Feb 2
- Some Fanboys Don’t Like Windows 7 Either
- Can Mozilla Prove Firefox Is the Most Secure Browser?
- What Keeps Me Going with One Laptop Per Child
- Proprietary Barriers to Education
- Talking to a Wiimote in Ubuntu 8.10
- Setting up an access point with WPA on Ubuntu Intrepid
- Sierra MC8775 UMTS/HSDPA modem with Gentoo
- Linux Shell Editing Shortcuts
- Unix time - 1234567890
- adduser vs useradd -Debian / Ubuntu-, Gentoo, Fedora/CentOS
- Hidden Linux : Don't smash that drive!
- Making eye candy for GRUB
- /dev/vcs and /dev/tty
codingexperiments.com: Sometimes, I feel that Linux is so very close to making it on the desktop. Sometimes that I feel that there are only few barriers to populating the world with a massive amount of cheap, secure computers running Linux and other open source software.
gnome.org: This is the third update to GNOME 2.24. It contains many fixes for important bugs that directly affect our users, documentation updates and also a large number of updated translations.
itwire.com: Russell Coker is not a man who sleeps with his computers. But he does come pretty close - two servers are positioned in a little cabinet in his bedroom, one being his server and the other his Security Enhanced Linux "play machine."
jehurst.wordpress: For the past couple of years, I’ve been doing what little I could to assist a friend of mine going blind from Macular Degeneration. The experience has caused me to explore Linux for the Blind, or “Blinux.”
stormyscorner.com: I want to say I'm really glad I work for an organization where people feel comfortable asking "what do you do?" It shows they care about the organization and are not afraid to ask tough questions. Have you ever asked your boss what they did, exactly?
itworld.com: This isn't a rigorous benchmarked lab test yet, but I found something bizarre this morning. After fixing a little router problem, I tested the download speeds on my DSL line from AT&T and my cable Internet line from Time Warner Cable. I have both for product testing needs.
dthomasdigital.wordpress: New Mexico is not really a place that comes to mind when you think of cutting edge technology. Funny thing is that’s exactly what is happening and has been happening for years in the Land of Enchantment.
linux-magazine.com: Free office solution OpenOffice.org is still in the best of shape, based on reactions from project members to Novell developer Michael Meeks's recent pessimistic view. The Linux Foundation is one of many who are concerned. All want one thing: more.
This article describes the newest version of Lotus Notes 8.5 and its rich additional Eclipse functionality and presents itself as a modern and effective interface.
softwarefreedom.org/blog: Last week, I asked Karl Fogel, Canonical's newly hired Launchpad Ombudsman, if Launchpad will use the AGPLv3. His eyes said “yes” but his words were something like: Canonical hasn't announced the license choice yet. I was excited to learn this morning from him that Launchpad's license will be AGPLv3.