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|Story||Debian Project News - February 18th||srlinuxx||18/02/2013 - 8:06pm|
|Blog entry||Casual Programming and Linux Screen-Recorders||gfranken||3||17/02/2013 - 5:43pm|
|Story||This Week in Linux||srlinuxx||17/02/2013 - 3:34am|
|Story||What you can learn from the monster LibreOffice project||srlinuxx||16/02/2013 - 6:24pm|
|Story||Sabayon Linux 11 Released||srlinuxx||16/02/2013 - 6:20pm|
|Story||My favorite GNOME Hackers for 2012||srlinuxx||16/02/2013 - 4:19am|
|Story||The State of Open Source Office Software in 2013||srlinuxx||16/02/2013 - 4:16am|
|Story||Fuduntu 2013.1 in my production setup!||srlinuxx||16/02/2013 - 4:14am|
|Story||The Ultimate Operating System||srlinuxx||16/02/2013 - 12:24am|
|Story||Top 10 Best Games on Steam for Linux So Far||srlinuxx||16/02/2013 - 12:20am|
- Expert's guide to configuring Conky
- IBM Lotus Symphony 1 on Ubuntu
- Recording in Ubuntu, Part 1
- Delegate privileges to users with sudo
- Fedora 9 Tips and Tricks
- OpenSUSE Linux 10.3: Signing Self-Generated SSL Certificates as Your Own Certificate Authority
- Quick and Dirty MySQL Backup
- A Profusion of Minis
- ASUS Eee Box Preview & Intel's Atom Benchmarked
- Asus Eee PC 1000 vs Atom-based 901 vs original 701... fight!
- Acer aspires to lead low-cost laptop race
This guide explains how to set up WebDAV with Apache2 on a Debian Etch server. WebDAV stands for Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning and is a set of extensions to the HTTP protocol that allow users to directly edit files on the Apache server so that they do not need to be downloaded/uploaded via FTP.
ericsbinaryworld.com/blog: Foresight Linux was supplied on the most recent Linux Format Magazine disc. I gave it 1 GB of RAM and started her off. I read on the website that Foresight is meant to be easy for the end user and is also supposed to showcase the latest Gnome programs.
datalude.com/blog: I was looking through my pile of install CDs, and I came across PCLinuxOS 2008, which I’d downloaded a few weeks previously, and I’d been meaning to try out. “So why not try it out on this laptop?” said the evil part of my brain — the same part which forces me to spend time on Facebook instead of working.
insidebayarea.com: A national news show will air an hour program chronicling the murder case and trial of computer programmer Hans Reiser CBS's 48 Hours Mystery is set to air "Betrayal," Tuesday night at 9 p.m. on local channel CBS 5.
Over the last few years there has been a lot of fanfare around open source companies and their liquidation events. Most of the news has been around Sun’s billion dollar acquisition of MySQL or the Citrix acquisition of Xen and even Yahoo’s acquisition of Zimbra. Recently, SourceFire has been in the news a bit lately as Barracuda Networks has made a bid for their open source competitor.
pcworld.com: The recent releases of Ubuntu 8.04 and Fedora 9--two top Linux distributions--mark another step forward in the evolution of the Linux desktop. I've been running both of them to see which offers the better blend of usability and advanced features.
computerworld.com.au: Venezuela has joined the list of countries that have lodged appeals against the adoption of an international standard based on Microsoft's Office Open XML (OOXML) file format.
computerworld.com: Mozilla Corp.'s Firefox browser is on pace to hit the 20% market-share mark next month, a Web metrics company said today. Firefox boosted its share by 0.6% in May, accounting for 18.4% of the browsers used during the month.
Also: Firefox, Safari, & Opera Hit Record-High Market Share
blogs.zdnet.com: $269. That’s the base price of the upcoming Asus Eee Box, a shiny slice of plastic pound cake set to launch in mid-July in the U.S. and a bit later for French-speaking Canada (oui, c’est vrai.)
blog.wired.com: If you've always wanted to build a computer from the ground up but never really had the time to find the necessary parts online, a coupon-centered blog called Coupon Codes Mall has done all the work for you. We think their choices lead to a pretty solid build, and all the coupon/sale links are current.
computerworlduk.com: When I read that Asus was to embed DeviceVM's GNU/Linux-based Splashtop Linux on millions of mainstream motherboards, I wasn't particularly impressed. But in the light of this further news, maybe I was wrong.
raiden.net: My initial impression of the EeePC 900 was that it was surprisingly small. Actually smaller than I had expected. I figured it would be little, but not quite as much as it was. That's not to say that's bad either, because the EeePC 900 is a UMPC, so small is important.
zdnet.co.uk: OpenSuse 11.0 Release Candidate 1 (RC1) appeared on Thursday, the same day Novell revealed strong growth in its Linux business, strengthening its position against Linux market leader Red Hat.
cnet.com: Ron Hovsepian, CEO of Novell, took an unwarranted swipe at Red Hat for failing to show up to the Linux desktop market, but by Red Hat's own admission, it's not really interested in the traditional desktop market. It's a bit like being prom queen when you're home schooled.
practical-tech.com: A) Ubuntu, PCLinuxOS, C) Fedora, D) openSUSE or E) None of the above?
The answer is: E) None of the above.
kerneltrap.org: In April, 2.4 kernel maintainer Willy Tarreau queried the Linux kernel mailing list regarding how the 2.4 kernel is still being used. He followed up summarizing the responses, suggesting that about 5% of 2.4 users run the kernel on old recycled laptops at home or on PDA's and thin clients, running whatever works with no real need to upgrade.
australianit.news.com: As chief operating officer, Whitehurst was widely tipped to succeed the outgoing Delta chief executive but despite turning around the corporate basket case his day in the sun never came.
blogs.techrepublic.com: The release of KDE 4 has long since come and gone. Much ballyhoo has been made over the release. Many are praising it. Many are condemning it. Me? I fall in the latter category. Why? Let me explain.