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Story today's howtos Roy Schestowitz 14/08/2014 - 4:27pm
Story Leftovers: Gaming Roy Schestowitz 14/08/2014 - 4:26pm
Story The Complete Beginner's Guide to Linux Roy Schestowitz 14/08/2014 - 4:12pm
Story IBM, Linux Foundation, Universities Partner on Open Source Mainframe Computing Roy Schestowitz 14/08/2014 - 2:51pm
Story Review: Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Roy Schestowitz 14/08/2014 - 2:48pm
Story Why isn't all government software open source? Roy Schestowitz 14/08/2014 - 2:21pm
Story Linux Kernel 3.16.1 Is Out and It's Now the Most Advanced Version Available Rianne Schestowitz 14/08/2014 - 12:27pm
Story Today in Techrights Roy Schestowitz 14/08/2014 - 11:01am
Story Ansible, an open source startup with Red Hat roots, doubles down on Durham Roy Schestowitz 14/08/2014 - 10:05am
Story Open source in the NHS: With choice comes responsibility Roy Schestowitz 14/08/2014 - 9:58am

How a single 3rd party (like Valve), can address and solve most of the Issues from Linux Sucks!

zerias.blogspot: I wanted to go back to Brian Lunduke's Linux Sucks! presentation and detail how a 3rd party developer, such as Valve, can make Desktop Linux profitable.

A Brief, Incomplete, and Mostly Wrong History of Programming Languages

james-iry.blogspot: 1801 - Joseph Marie Jacquard uses punch cards to instruct a loom to weave "hello, world" into a tapestry. Redditers of the time are not impressed due to the lack of tail call recursion, concurrency, or proper capitalization.

Graphic (Video) Drivers Ubuntu Repository

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You can now reduce the wait for the latest graphic card driver in Ubuntu, which will only be available in a few months. There is an Ubuntu repository periodically updated with the latest open source drivers included in the xorg project.

Review: Linux Mint 6 KDE

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Linux One of the distributions I've enjoyed working with in the past is Linux Mint. It's been one of the best new user distributions in quite some time and I've found it to be very easy to both teach and work with.

SCO vs. Linux - the end is nigh

  • SCO vs. Linux - the end is nigh

  • But, What Will We Do Without SCO?

Kongoni 1.12.2-alpha (Sophocles) released

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South Africa’s newest GNU/Linux distribution, Kongoni, yesterday released its first alpha release for the upcoming 1.12.2 release.

Ubuntu 9.04 With Older Hardware

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  • Running Ubuntu 9.04 With Older Hardware

  • 10 Reasons why Ubuntu is a BIG Failure in India
  • Living with Ubuntu 9.04
  • Kubuntu with KDE4 is AMAZING! Not.
  • DeviceKit update, future handling of Fn key maps

origins of open source

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  • Tim O'Reilly on the origins of open source

  • "Dogpiling" on the OpenSource Community
  • Open source enterprise software shakeout

Get The Most Out Of KDE4’s Folderview Widget

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KDE One of the most innovative and simultaneously controversial features of KDE 4 is the Plasma widget, Folderview. Simply put, it allows a user to display the contents of a file system folder within a widget on the desktop.

Is Linux Community Biased

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Linux After some experiences on writing some posts about Linux and trying my hands on this system, I came to conclude Linux community is a biased.

How do open source projects develop?

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  • How do open source projects develop?

  • The Open Source Philosophy (Continued)
  • Every Open Source Developer Is Both An Author And A Librarian

Why Ubuntu Should Embrace Wine

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Ubuntu In an ideal world, software vendors would write native ports of their applications for Linux and release the source under the GPL. But that’s never going to happen.

10 handy Firefox about:config hacks

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Moz/FF If you really want to fine-tune your Firefox functionality, you have to roll up your sleeves and tinker with the about:config page.

To users that miss xorg.conf

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  • To users that miss xorg.conf and complain about it

  • Expressing my approval: it’s Organized Mass-Suicide

OpenOffice 3.1 Gets a Makeover

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  • OpenOffice 3.1 Gets a Makeover

  • 3.1: Looking Sharp
  • 3.1 arrives, improves user interface
  • Fresh Wind at Work: OpenOffice 3.1
  • 3.1: the same sh*t

Fix Amarok 2 and Scrobbing in Ubuntu Jaunty

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Amarok 2 in Jaunty is not working scrobbing the music to service but you can add to your sources list the kubuntu-experimental repository and update Amarok. scrobbing is working with the latest version of Amarok 2.

today's leftovers:

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  • Murphy's Law: Is Linux Really at a One Percent Adoption Rate?

  • openSUSE Community Week
  • Get Ready for openSUSE Community Week
  • continued theora improvements
  • Football clubs and free software projects
  • A Few Facts As Antidote Against Microsoft's anti-ODF FUD Campaign
  • Easy Search and Replace in Multiple Files on Linux Command Line
  • How to use Arch Linux pacman through a proxy
  • Linux Game Publishing Sale
  • Revert the Update Behavior in Jaunty to the Old Way
  • Tunneling X Connection Through Intermediate Linux / BSD Gateway
  • Hands on with Mono 2.2
  • Interview With Stefano Fornari - CTO - Funambol
  • Will Linux own the cloud?
  • Desktop Sharing with YuuGuu: Ubuntu 9.04
  • Fedora's system-config-firewall
  • Windows 7 makes me laugh
  • Perfectbuntu Script Automates the Installation of Multimedia Codecs, Fonts and More
  • Why the London Olympics is closed source
  • Which project will win best Commercial Open Source Project?
  • I Had a Dell Recall Battery? An Ubuntu 9.04 Feature Told Me So.
  • Debian changes from GLIBC to EGLIBC

What Do Carrot Top and Ubuntu Have in Common

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Ubuntu They’re both ugly, orange and annoying. Ubuntu is a Linux distribution, a free alternative operating system, if you will. As a “hobbyist OS”, it was fine. So where does the orange and annoying come in?

What does open source community mean?

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OSS Matt Asay is out with a post calling the whole concept of open source community overhyped. If by that you mean the Tom Sawyer concept of volunteers coming over to whitewash the fence for you, he’s right.

Linux Users are Lazy

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Linux Some one told me once that all of the good system administrators are lazy, I believe this but I also think that Linux users are lazy. While I’m not a full time systems administrator, I am a full time Linux user.

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