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Story DNF 1.1.2 and DNF-PLUGINS-CORE 0.1.12 Released Rianne Schestowitz 06/10/2015 - 11:25am
Story RoboPhone: Sharp to Sell Real Android Phones in Japan Rianne Schestowitz 06/10/2015 - 11:21am
Story [OpenIndiana] Hipster 2015.10 is here Roy Schestowitz 06/10/2015 - 10:27am
Story Black Lab Core Server 7 Released Roy Schestowitz 06/10/2015 - 10:07am
Story Down to Business with Major Deployments Roy Schestowitz 06/10/2015 - 9:59am
Story Majority of Linux users still use Windows or MacOS Roy Schestowitz 06/10/2015 - 9:52am
Story Audacious 3.7 Finally Enters Beta, Ports the Winamp Classic Interface Plugin to Qt Rianne Schestowitz 06/10/2015 - 5:23am
Story Android Marshmallow: What, when, and where? Rianne Schestowitz 06/10/2015 - 5:20am
Story Wine Is Coming to Android for Intel Processors Rianne Schestowitz 06/10/2015 - 3:18am
Story Fedora 24 Linux Operating System to Use NetworkManager 1.2 by Default Rianne Schestowitz 06/10/2015 - 1:51am

5 Linux Network Monitoring Tools

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Software Monitoring traffic on your network is only as important as the data and or computers you want to protect. Understanding how to do basic network troubleshooting will save you both in wasted time and money.

Shuttleworth: Unity on Wayland

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Ubuntu The next major transition for Unity will be to deliver it on Wayland, the OpenGL-based display management system. We’d like to embrace Wayland early.

Linux Plumber’s Conference Day 1

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mairin.wordpress: Yesterday I attended the Linux Plumbers’ Conference in Cambridge, MA.

First PC-BSD 9.0 Alpha Snapshot Available for Testing

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BSD Kris Moore has just announced that the first testing snapshot is available for download (both 32 and 64 bit versions). Here's a short list of some of the major changes from the 8.x series:

Zoop To The Future – Point-N-Click Adventure !

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Gaming “Zoop To The Future” is a point-n-click adventure game based on the independent animated web series from The Zero Counts called “The Somewhat Comical Adventures of Prickley Pete!”.

Fedora 14

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  • Fedora 14
  • My First Experiences With Fedora 14 and LibreOffice
  • At Work with Linux: VirtualBox 3.2.10 and Fedora 14
  • Linux users excited about Fedora 14 features

New Linux software targeted at schools

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Software A Canadian company called Userful claims that it has open source alternative for education establishments faced by the high cost of Windows Multipoint servers: Userful MultiSeat Linux 2011.

Red Hat not worried about Ubuntu Unity for Linux

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Ubuntu While some in the open source community have had a negative viewpoint on Ubuntu's move away from GNOME Shell, a key Red Hat staffer doesn't have a problem with it.

Contribute your expertise to an open source textbook

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OSS A project that intends to produce a textbook for instructors who want to teach open source software development processes is asking for contributions.

What's new in Fedora 14

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Linux The latest version of Fedora has cloud aspirations, decodes jpg files faster, includes SPICE – a useful protocol for virtualising desktop PCs, and contains numerous enhancements for developers.

Two laptops and a desktop

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linuxcritic.wordpress: I thought I’d pound out a few quick paragraphs on what I have going on lately in terms of technology… what I’m running where and why.

Scott McNealy defends Oracle CEO from criticism Scott McNealy has kept a low profile since Oracle bought his company earlier this year, but on Wednesday the former chairman and CEO of Sun Microsystems shared some thoughts on the acquisition.

7 Best User-Made Screenlets For Linux

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Software If you’ve never tried desktop screenlets, you’re missing out. We’ve previously discussed how to set up your screenlets, but we’ve never put together a showcase of the best ones. Today we’ve gathered seven of the best.

Don’t Underestimate Ubuntu

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  • Am I going to have to abandon Ubuntu?
  • Don’t Underestimate Ubuntu
  • More Mono apps for next Ubuntu release?
  • Comparing Netbook Desktops - Part 1, Ubuntu Unity
  • Natty free culture showcase to have theme, gets schedule
  • Ask Ubuntu Review
  • Ubuntu Bug Reporting

The Perfect Desktop - Linux Mint Debian 201009

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This tutorial shows how you can set up a Linux Mint Debian 201009 desktop that is a full-fledged replacement for a Windows desktop, i.e. that has all the software that people need to do the things they do on their Windows desktops. The advantages are clear: you get a secure system without DRM restrictions that works even on old hardware, and the best thing is: all software comes free of charge. While the "normal" Linux Mint editions are based on Ubuntu, Linux Mint Debian 201009 is a Linux distribution based on Debian Squeeze (testing); its aim is to look identical to the main edition and to provide the same functionality while using Debian as a base.

today's leftovers:

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  • Oracle kills low-priced MySQL support
  • Sabayon OSD, 2.6.36? Spins
  • Updated Windows Vs. Ubuntu hardware requirements
  • Geeky Songs
  • Multimedia, Education, and Free Software
  • Hilal Computers hosts Red Hat seminar
  • Linux software offers advantages to users
  • Above Resistance - Red Hat
  • Trading Alert for Red Hat
  • Sourceforge Project of the Month: Gutenprint
  • Diaspora Trailer
  • GCC 4.6 Leaves Stage 1 With New Features
  • MusicGuru - Music management utility
  • Spokify – v0.9
  • Top 5 Best Popular Linux Distributions
  • OLPC's $75 tablet debut delayed by 45 days
  • Control and Community – and the future of commercial open source strategies
  • Weathering the Ubuntu brainstorm
  • Sometimes Phoronix Grinds My Gears
  • KDE Activities
  • mount-cifs is replace by samba in gentoo
  • Why can’t we get Linux on the desktop right?

some howtos:

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  • Spruce Up Your Linux Desktop With Screenlets
  • Creating Logos in Inkscape
  • CentOS LVM Resizing Guide
  • Perfect Desktop Fedora 14 Laughlin: Post Install Guide
  • Rar Unrar Support For Fedora 14
  • How to add Broadcom 43xx wireless to Fedora 14
  • Dealing with bash history
  • enabling TRIM for your SSD on Ubuntu 10.10
  • Howto bake Persistent Live USB – Debian Way (live-build)
  • Getting Drupal and mod_security to Play Nicely Together on Red Hat 5.x Servers
  • Easily Change Splash Theme Without Commandline in Ubuntu
  • How-to: Program PICs using Linux
  • Linux File Permissions, Groups, and Users
  • How to enable btrfs on Fedora 14
  • Programming Using Glade and Perl
  • How-To: Remaster Debian 6 "Squeeze"
  • Change timeout delay for Sudo command password in Ubuntu

Could Linux Abandon Directories In Favour Of Tagging?

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Linux For a fairly scruffy looking guy, I have a surprisingly healthy approach to organising my files. However, I'm constantly pushing up against the limitations of a system that is based around directories. I'm convinced that Linux needs to make greater use of tagging.

Tired Of Tweaking Ubuntu? Try Pinguy

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Ubuntu Want most of the popular application you read about on blogs such as WebUpd8 installed by default? Or maybe you install Ubuntu for some friends or family and you get tired from all the tweaking required to get audio/video/flash and so on to work? You could use Pinguy OS.

MyPaint hits 0.9 and is looking good

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Software MyPaint is an easy to use paint program. It supports several popular image formats, comes with a load of brushes, and is available for Windows, Mac, and Linux. After 5 years of development, version 0.9.0 was released on November 2 with some nice new features.

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Linux and Linux Foundation

  • V3D DRM Driver Steps Towards Mainline Kernel, Renamed From VC5
    The Broadcom VC5 driver stack is being renamed to V3D and developer Eric Anholt is looking at merging it into the mainline Linux kernel. The VC5 DRM/KMS and Mesa code has been for supporting the next-generation Broadcom VideoCore 5 graphics hardware that's only now beginning to appear in some devices, well, it seems one device so far. Though as I pointed out a few months back, there's already "VC6" activity going on too as the apparent successor to VC5 already being in development.
  • Azure Sphere Makes Microsoft an Arm Linux Player for IoT [Ed: Microsoft marketing at LF (only runs on/with Windows and Visual Studio etc.)]
  • Keynotes Announced for Automotive Linux Summit & OS Summit Japan [Ed: "Senior Software Engineer, Microsoft" in there; LF has once again let Microsoft infiltrate Linux events; in the words of Microsoft’s chief evangelist, “I’ve killed at least two Mac conferences. […] by injecting Microsoft content into the conference, the conference got shut down. The guy who ran it said, why am I doing this?”]
    Automotive Linux Summit connects those driving innovation in automotive Linux from the developer community with the vendors and users providing and using the code, in order to propel the future of embedded devices in the automotive arena.