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|Story||Re-Testing NVIDIA's Threaded OpenGL Optimizations For Linux Gaming||Rianne Schestowitz||22/06/2014 - 5:02pm|
|Story||Today in Techrights||Roy Schestowitz||22/06/2014 - 4:37pm|
|Story||Russia Industry And Trade Ministry To Replace Untrusted Intel And AMD Processors With Their Own ARM Design||Roy Schestowitz||22/06/2014 - 2:22pm|
|Story||Asus C200 Chromebook review: Long battery life, moderate performance||Roy Schestowitz||22/06/2014 - 2:20pm|
|Story||Mozilla is Working on a Firefox OS-powered Streaming Stick à la Chromecast||Roy Schestowitz||22/06/2014 - 2:13pm|
|Story||Linux 3.16-rc2||Roy Schestowitz||22/06/2014 - 7:18am|
|Story||FreeBSD 9.3-RC1 Now Available||Roy Schestowitz||22/06/2014 - 7:15am|
|Story||Replacing freecode: a proposal||Roy Schestowitz||22/06/2014 - 7:11am|
|Story||Lubuntu 14.04 LTS Trusty Tahr : Video Review and Screenshot Tour||larryhill||22/06/2014 - 6:52am|
|Story||Will Carriers Step Up to Open Challenge?||Roy Schestowitz||21/06/2014 - 8:41pm|
techradar.com: If there was one thing Linux Format magazine learned from the Readers' Round Table event it organised, it was that us Linux folk like to get out and have a good chat.
This guide explains how you can set up fully-virtualized guests (HVM) with Xen 3.2 on a Debian Lenny x86_64 host system. HVM stands for HardwareVirtualMachine; to set up such guests, you need a CPU that supports hardware virtualization (Intel VT or AMD-V).
- Fedora 11 preview
- Become a Linux command line black-belt
- FLOSS Weekly 59: TuxPaint
- 5 Minutes of World of Goo
- PAM hell starts to freeze
- Bandits: Phoenix Rising Finally Gets A New Beta
- What the *, Firefox?
- Drupalcon: Drupal Adds Install Tools, Support
- Tykes Need Linux Too
- NVIDIA Releases 180.37 Linux Display Driver
- Ubuntu Tweak 0.4.6
- Analyzing boot performance of OpenSuse 11.1 with bootchart
- How to Tunnel Web Traffic with SSH Secure Shell
- Howto Setup Wireless on a Fujitsu Siemens Li 2727 notebook
- Debian Lenny Minimal Desktop
- How to use a WiFi interface
- Debugging Wifi on Ubuntu Linux
- Ubuntu-Change Icon Size
- Lenny Laptop: Wifi Setup
oreilly.com: With the growing popularity of netbooks more and more people are using small screens which support lower resolutions. The challenge for those who do a great deal of multitasking and tend to have lots of windows open is finding a good way to manage them on a small screen.
linuxloop.com: At some point, nearly everyone who uses Linux has someone ask them “what’s that?” This question almost invariably leads to “why is it better than <other operating system>?” What do you say?
seemanta.wordpress: I have been using Ubuntu since version 5.04 came out. And let me add, this is the damnest Linux distro out there today !! I was a Debian devotee but after 4 years of Ubuntu, now I am a born-again Ubuntu convert.
opensource.org: When Eric Raymond posted the first of the Halloween Documents in 1998, it marked the end of the beginning for open source. That is to say those documents demonstrated that the logical superiority of the open source development model had penetrated the most headstrong corporate skull in the proprietary software universe: Microsoft.
doctormo.wordpress: The ubuntu community is one of the most enjoyable I’ve ever been a part of, it has a much more diverse set of people and ideas than other development communities, but retains a strict sense of community and togetherness.
Also: The ubuntuforums are ::evil::
blogs.zdnet.com: Microsoft owns FAT32, but it didn’t appear to pursue its rights. Until the TomTom case. At which point Jeremy Allison of Samba says Microsoft had secret cross-licensing deals with all those other guys which violate the GPL. So who should Software Freedom sue?
halffull.org: Exherbo is a Linux distribution led by a small team of opinionated developers. It’s lean, to say the least, but when they give you a solution for something you can believe it’s well engineered and that it does that task well - nothing more.
linux-magazine.com: Knoppix has always been regarded as one of the most versatile Linux distros out there, but the latest version of the venerable Live CD Linux distribution has got yet another trick up its sleeve.
- Transparent GTK Themes
- How To Edit Your Screensaver Settings In Ubuntu Intrepid
- Automate Linux with Cron and Anacron
- How to install curl for PHP5 under Ubuntu/Debian
- HOWTO : Convert existing ext3 to ext4
dedoimedo.com: Some time ago, a fellow user in one of the forums suggested I try sidux. Why I asked? Well, he said, sidux is Debian-based, it's light, stable and fast. After reading online a bit, I found overall positive impressions, I decided to follow suit and test sidux.
tuxradar.com: Rather than throw old hardware away because it can't cope with Vista's bloat, we show you how to put it to good use - read on to learn how to transform your old computer into a mail server, a fileserver, a web server, a spam blocker, a PC for kids and more!
phoronix.com: QEMU, the popular open-source processor emulator that can be run as a user-space program and also has found its way into use by the KVM and VirtualBox projects, will soon reach version 0.10.0
- You Can Now Play UT3 On Linux, Sort Of
- Ubuntu Netbook Remix and Debian Lenny on the Samsung NC10
- Jaunty Alpha 5 Ramblings
- Is Open Source Ready To Get The Message?
- 10 Gnome Action Movies
- When purists become pragmatists
- Power Management: ATI Catalyst vs. Open-Source ATI Driver
- Application Installing (II)
- math: Windows 7 + netbook = failure - GNU/Linux as remaining winner!
- New CEO, New Drupal CMS Offerings for Acquia
- Michael Jackson using Drupal
- Nokia puts out help wanted sign on Qt
- Linux loses more netbook market share
- Do Open Source Eyeballs Really Work?
- Tightening purse strings will turn many businesses on to Open Source Software
- When open source moves from evangelism to implementation
- Cisco's PostPath to Linux powered hosted email
- Worker: new version on 10th anniversary
- CAOS Theory Podcast 2009.03.06
- User Friendly Comic Strip
- Sacred Gold On Linux Has Gone Gold
- SCO files appeal in dispute over computer code
- Free Video Editors for Ubuntu
- FOSS Debates, Part 1: Kernel Truths
- KDE 4.2 on Gentoo - Part 1: The Preparation
- How to Install KDE 4.2 on Ubuntu 8.10
- From Chapter Four: The Unix and Open source Culture
- Remove duplicate files
- Encrypted Debian Live USB key
- Cork Board With The GIMP
- Plain Authentication for sendmail with SASL
- Save time with Gedit snippets
- Virtual Hosting in Sendmail
- How To Transfer Files Easily Among Linux Machines
- Vim: master the basics
- 6 Ways To Connect Linux to the Outside World That Are Not Wireless, Bluetooth, or Ethernet
- HowTo force remote devices (routers/switches) to refresh their arp cache entry for a machine
tuxradar.com: Most migrants from other operating systems will seek out a Linux alternative to the ubiquitous iTunes, and chances are they'll come across Amarok 2.0 and Songbird 1.0. Which one is right for you?
handlewithlinux.com: Last time I mentioned compiz, which gave very different responses. Some people think it's great others hate it. Today I'll throw in something completely different.