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|Story||OpenBSD's de Raadt slams Red Hat, Canonical over 'secure' boot||srlinuxx||26/07/2012 - 9:02am|
|Poll||Favorite Distro Summer '12||srlinuxx||26/07/2012 - 8:59am|
|Story||Fedora Shows Contributors Some Love||srlinuxx||26/07/2012 - 8:56am|
|Story||The vision thing||srlinuxx||26/07/2012 - 6:59am|
|Story||Bodhi Linux||srlinuxx||26/07/2012 - 6:56am|
|Story||Linux Mint 13 KDE released: But does it live up to expectations?||srlinuxx||1||26/07/2012 - 1:55am|
|Story||Why Dell is selling Linux again||srlinuxx||25/07/2012 - 6:34pm|
|Story||KDE's Rekonq browser turns 1.0||srlinuxx||25/07/2012 - 6:31pm|
|Story||Fedora Linux Moves Forward with UEFI Secure Boot Plans||srlinuxx||25/07/2012 - 6:30pm|
|Story||Seven Expectations of Linux Users||srlinuxx||24/07/2012 - 10:15pm|
opensource.org: An Information Week article published last week appears to position Microsoft as trying to do something right when it comes to open source. And it positions the open source community as being not quite ready to make nice after past insults, threats, and abuse.
news.com: Early reports Sunday indicate that Office Open XML (OOXML) appears to have enough votes to be certified an ISO standard. An official tally is not expected until Monday.
securityblog.org: During my tenure at Gentoo, running the Hardened Gentoo project, the most common question by far was “How do I secure my system?” There are different kinds of security that you might want to implement, and lots of different solutions to attain them.
itwire.com: It wasn’t long ago that Gutsy Gibbon was in the news; Ubuntu’s last release was touted as the easiest and most reliable Linux ever. Yet, some found it pretty gutless, or even just gusty, with hardware compatibility still a major bugbear. Linux 8.04, Hardy Heron, is now on the horizon. Does it look any better?
1ntr0sp3ct.blogspot: I purchased Asus eeePC because I'm traveling to Europe this summer to do some studies, and didn't want to have to lug around my main laptop which is (in my opinion) too fragile to be carrying in a large backpack without special protection.
nazgum.wordpress: It’s no small secret. I hate Microsoft. I think they are the most vile and corrupt corporation in the tech industry. I have read and heard many people claim Microsoft is changing, improving, and the evil Microsoft of the pass is fading; I strongly disagree.
foogazi.com: Here is a quick list of 10 Linux books you must own as a Linux user.
geekyschmidt.com: Back at the tender age of 12 I picked up a magazine at the Base Exchange. This magazine contained a CD. This CD contained Debian 1.3. All was well in the world…
linuxhelp.blogspot: Would you like to have all the important Linux and FreeBSD commands with suitable examples fit in a couple of pages ? If you do, then you have got your wish.
hemswell.lincoln.ac.uk: The KDE Research project has undergone a resurgence of interest recently. This is a good thing. Now, however, we have gone back into thumb-twiddling mode and, if you don't mind, I want to steal two minutes of your time to find out what you would expect from the team....
limulus.wordpress: On the eve of what may well be an ‘ends justify the means’ victory for MS at the ISO, I did a little experiment to compare the rate of ODF format documents vs MS’ XML document format.
techwarelabs.com: For those who are not already familiar, here is a brief introduction: Linux is a free open-source alternative to Windows and Macintosh. Based off of Unix, Linus Torvalds laid the framework for the kernel many years ago and then made the source code open to all.
debaday.debian.net: I’ve always been interested in astronomy. But it was only after moving out of the city that I discovered merely by tilting my head up I could see some of the amazing things I had seen pictures of and learned about. Unfortunately, I knew very little about how to find interesting things in the sky. This is where Stellarium comes in!
- Trick grep not to report itself in a process search
- Apt-Get Linux Fix
- Quickzi: Find files over a certain size on Linux
- Python: Regex Test Function
- Save streaming audio and video as a file with Mplayer
- Getting Compiz/XGL working on a Lenovo X61
- Encrypted swap partition on Debian/Ubuntu
- Ubuntu Studio and NVIDIA 9600GT
- Putting the Thinkpad T60p to sleep in Ubuntu Hardy Heron beta
- HowTo: AD Domain Authentication in Ubuntu 7.04 Server
blog.eracc.com: The news of the demise of IBM’s OS/2 is at best premature and at worst deliberate spread of FUD. Sure, IBM is no longer selling the OS/2 brand itself and stopped supporting it in 2006. However, those who got hooked on the Workplace Shell (a.k.a. WPS) can still get their fix by purchasing the eComStation operating system.
zerias.blogspot: One of the more disconcerting comments I saw during 2007 was echoed recently in an IM conversation I had. The essence of the comment or statement is that Linux is no longer about being anti-Microsoft. I'm not so sure that I agree.
news.com: It appears Adobe is quickly responding to concerns about a surprising clause in its terms of service for Photoshop Express, the free Web-based software launched Wednesday that has otherwise been well-received.
blogbeebe.blogspot: Some of the show's 400 attendees had found bugs in the Linux operating system, she said, but many of them didn't want to put the work into developing the exploit code that would be required to win the contest.
polishlinux.org: This is another revision of the development version of KDE 4 environment. Lots of you have asked why it took me so long to publish this article. Well, I was just waiting for rev 790000, that’s all.
penguinpetes.com: Well, here we all are in the USA, on the brink of market panic. Every other headline and news story is bemoaning our dark economic climate. Layoffs, bankruptcies, and lost jobs galore, plus a weakened US dollar and a continued expensive war campaign, all are lining up to create a "perfect storm" of market downturn.