|Story||System 76: Making pre-installed Linux hardware a reality||srlinuxx||25/05/2009 - 4:25am|
|Story||Top 5 Applications I Can’t Live Without||srlinuxx||25/05/2009 - 4:24am|
|Story||Canonical support||srlinuxx||25/05/2009 - 4:22am|
|Story||some howtos:||srlinuxx||24/05/2009 - 11:28pm|
|Story||Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter #143||srlinuxx||24/05/2009 - 11:24pm|
|Story||Selective list of Plasma changes for KDE 4.3||srlinuxx||24/05/2009 - 3:31pm|
|Story||Ryan Gordon On Linux UT3: "still on its way"||srlinuxx||24/05/2009 - 3:30pm|
|Story||A Few Questions For David Nusinow DD||srlinuxx||24/05/2009 - 3:29pm|
|Story||Dell now offering Studio XPS 13 with Ubuntu||srlinuxx||24/05/2009 - 1:06pm|
|Story||Trying Out Moblin||srlinuxx||24/05/2009 - 1:05pm|
You don't have to have a Linux certification to get a job working with Linux, but it can't hurt.
Simply working on Linux is easy. Of course, you won't get paid.
As you might know, Wolvix recently appeared on the Linux distribution scene and Tuxmachines has been quite taken with this wonderful offering. As I generally prefer qt-based applications to their gtk counterparts, there must be something special about Wolvix Linux to become one of my top three or four favorite distros. We wanted to try and verbalize what it is. Wolvix features xfce4 as its default desktop and has recently undergone some slight changes in philosophy. This not only did not deter Tuxmachines, it seemed to only endear it more. In fact, we wanted to know more about this wonderful distro and its insightful developer, Kenneth Granerud. So, we posed some questions to which he obliged.
Is there room for three in the Linux corporate market?
Red Hat and Novell have become de facto standards in the commercial world. Yet one longtime Linux distributor is betting that corporate customers won’t settle for a two-horse race.
Linux is often thought to be inferior to Windows and Mac OS when it comes to multimedia applications. However, by using open source software and a few simple tips, one can easily turn a simple Linux box into a multimedia powerhouse.
One of the biggest threats to open source software has arisen from a most unlikely place - the food and beverage industry.
The Melbourne member office of international accountancy and business advice provider HLB International is mid-way through the process of replacing its Microsoft Office-based desktop suite with the OpenOffice.org open source alternative.
While some sites wonder if "Can Open Source Still Save Novell," others report "Novell Is Flush With Good News."
The release of KateOS 2.3 was announced a coupla days ago, and Tuxmachines takes a look at what's new since our last excursion. KateOS was amazing at that point and the developer took time out of his busy schedule to give us some inside information. If history repeats itself, no one will be disappointed.
The three versions -- Ubuntu (GNOME-based), Kubuntu (KDE-based), and Edubuntu -- are being downloaded with increasing frequency; the distro was named best in show at the London LinuxWorld in September; and now an OSDL survey has it ranked No. 1.
According to a report on Heise Online (currently German language only), the city of Berlin, capital of Germany, is very likely to switch to Linux as currently does Munich.
Hard drive vendor LaCie has teamed up with Mandriva on a bus-powered USB 2.0 harddrive preloaded with desktop Linux.
The effort to put a Debian GNU/Linux based distribution into the enterprise consciousness may have picked up some steam this week.
Helix is a customised distribution of the Knoppix live CD with excellent hardware detection and many applications dedicated to incident response and forensics.
The first Firefox 1.5 security vulnerability, made public Thursday, is not as critical as initially perceived, but a patch will be available to fix it early next year, a Mozilla executive said Thursday.
As today's driver release is mainly a maintenance update, we simply compared its Linux performance against that of the previous ATI proprietary drivers from November 11, 2005 that was version 8.19.10.
What is a Black Dog? It's a complete USB-powered Linux server which fits easily in the palm of your hand.
The internet is so deeply entwined with our everyday lives that it makes little sense to talk about it as some fantasy world, with its own set of laws and freedoms.
A developer has added tabbed browsing of e-mail messages to Mozilla's Thunderbird e-mail client, mimicking one of the most popular features of the Firefox and Opera Web browsers.
James and I had a fascinating chat with two of IBM's more notable executives in the open source / Linux spaces.