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|Story||Linus Torvalds' Best Quotes from LinuxCon Europe 2014||Roy Schestowitz||15/10/2014 - 12:38pm|
|Story||Government Evangelist at GitHub on US open technologies||Roy Schestowitz||15/10/2014 - 11:42am|
|Story||New Paper Available Today: State of KVM||Roy Schestowitz||15/10/2014 - 10:24am|
|Story||Linux clusters in German finance ministry data centre||Rianne Schestowitz||15/10/2014 - 9:42am|
|Story||Brackets : Free and Open Source Editor for Web Designers by Adobe||Rianne Schestowitz||15/10/2014 - 9:33am|
|Story||OpenDaylight Helium gets out of the gate||Rianne Schestowitz||15/10/2014 - 9:08am|
|Story||Ubuntu Touch Fully Forks Its Email Client||Rianne Schestowitz||15/10/2014 - 8:47am|
|Story||Canonical Details Plans for Unity 8 Integration in Ubuntu Desktop||Rianne Schestowitz||15/10/2014 - 8:34am|
|Story||GNOME's Mutter Gets Native Monitor Hot-Plugging||Roy Schestowitz||15/10/2014 - 7:55am|
|Story||South Korea Faces The Bill For Lock-in To Wintel||Roy Schestowitz||15/10/2014 - 7:50am|
This guide explains how you can run virtual machines with Sun VirtualBox 3.0 (released on June 30, 2009) on a headless Fedora 11 server. Normally you use the VirtualBox GUI to manage your virtual machines, but a server does not have a desktop environment.
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- Microsoft seeks to take crumbs from OpenOffice
- Microsoft, the GPL and Linux: The Q&A
- How I make my Ubuntu more beautiful and usable
- Bordeaux 1.8.0 for Linux review
- Five Ways to Save Money on IT Software
- Windows Update owns my machine
- All that glitters is not gold
- Air Cursor Software Coming for Windows, Linux
- Opera - Opera 10 review
- Top 3 Open Source Web Analytics Software
- New open source initiatives for the Flash Platform
- Kaltura launches open source video platform
- 100% Pure Synth Heaven : Ubuntu Studio 9.04
- Linux Mint 7 Review
- Tuxradar: Podcast Season 1 Episode 13
- Converting OpenOffice documents to PDF or HTML, as a batch
- Enabling DVD playback in Ubuntu 9.04
- The only Linux command you need to know
- Nautilus User Interface Tweaks
- Howto remove NSM Configuration from a Juniper Firewall
- Kickstarting Ubuntu …
- See who’s poking your Linux box
- Playing with RAM disks on OpenSolaris 2009.06
- A Deeper Look: whatis man and other stuff
- Rebuilding a single kernel module
- Building and Running a New Kernel
- DVD Playback in Arch Linux
- Bulk renaming made easy with Thunar bulk renamer
- How to Convert DVDs and TiVo MPEG2 Videos to H.264
- My Ubuntu Look & Feel
- MPlayer play music recursively in a directory
- Two Different Ways of Installing Firefox 3.5 on Ubuntu 9.04
- KDE 3.5.10 - How to Stop Kwallet Annoyance
- Firefox 3.5.1 on Mandriva, Red Hat 5
lwn.net: I was very excited when I read the release announcement for a new Linux distribution based on Gentoo Linux. I used Gentoo for several years and admire Sabayon Linux, so I was quite anxious to test another derivative. After all the testing I was pleased to find that Toorox 06.2009 delivers a true Gentoo experience but is much easier to install and use.
ca.sys-con.com: NComputing Brings Cloud Computing Down to Earth at CloudWorld Conference With a Perspective on Low-Cost Endpoint Devices
technologizer.com: I’m now an avid Firefox user. It took me a long time to give up my treasured Maxthon, an Internet Explorer shell that I truly loved. Here are a few of the cooler Firefox add-ons I’m using. Give them a whirl and let me know what you think.
phoronix.com: Yesterday NVIDIA released their first 190.xx Linux beta driver for their GeForce and Quadro graphics cards. The NVIDIA 190.16 Beta driver brought a number of VDPAU fixes, PowerMizer control features, a number of new official and unofficial OpenGL extensions receiving GLX protocol support, and a number of other fixes and enhancements too.
saigonnezumi.com: The bad news, Hacao Linux, based on Puppy Linux, comes installed by default on these netbooks. Realistically though, they should have installed Ubuntu Netbook Remix remix instead.
techexposures.com: It was an uneasy breakup. Kubuntu and I had parted about two months ago rather abruptly after I had installed 9.02. After a nearly four year love affair between us, I felt that I had been jaded. The new KDE 4.1 Plasma desktop was awkward and things just didn’t seem right.
opensourcetogo.blogspot: I've come to realize that our community and the people in it, are under attack. We are being disrupted, we are being defamed, we are being lied to, and, in some instances, we are even having our lives invaded.
infoworld.com: While applauding Microsoft's contribution of code to the Linux community this week, Red Hat nonetheless urged its rival to pledge that it will never use its patents against Linux.
kde.org: The KDE Community today announced the immediate availability of KDE 4.3 RC3, a release candidate of the 3rd iteration over the KDE 4 desktop, applications and development platform.
ostatic.com/blog: eyeOS is an open source cloud computing operating system that easily installs on a Web server and is designed for personal or collaborative use. It's a great option for schools, small businesses, and public Internet access.
marilyn.frields.org: According to this posting to the fedora-test-list by Liam, there’s going to be some installation testing for the Fedora 12 (Constantine) Alpha candidate next week, on Wednesday July 29. This is a chance to shake out some of the new features in the Anaconda installation application.
linuxjournal.com: I am a Linux geek. There I said it. Actually, I am kind of proud of being a Linux geek. I slogged through the bad old days to get here. It seems like every day something new shows up that makes me glad that I chose Linux as my tool of choice.
tsmacdonald.com: But I would feel dirty inside if I let the “12 ideas Ubuntu should steal from Windows 7” slide by without a comment. Keep in mind that part of my problem is that Ubuntu “should” steal the ideas, and that it should be from “Windows 7.”
phoronix.com: S2 Games may not be as well known as id Software or Epic Games, but what distinguishes them from most of the other game companies is that they actually support Linux.
- Linux Paves Way for New “Open Source in America” Coalition
- A New Voice for Open Source in Government
- Open Source For America coalition formed
- Red Hat, NCSU join movement to get feds to embrace Open Source
- Open Source Leaders Team Up to Seek More Clout in Government
- The Pointlessness of Google’s Chrome OS
- Google Chrome OS: Desktop Linux's Last Chance