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|Story||Nuclear Dawn Open Linux Beta Soon Plus Screenshots!||Roy Schestowitz||14/11/2013 - 4:42pm|
|Story||Linux Games: Faster Than Light||Roy Schestowitz||14/11/2013 - 4:38pm|
|Story||AMD Radeon R9 290 Benchmarks On Ubuntu Linux||Roy Schestowitz||14/11/2013 - 4:30pm|
|Story||Mono Developers Renew Their Love For Microsoft||Roy Schestowitz||14/11/2013 - 7:13am|
|Story||Red Hat Puts Out Ceylon 1.0 Language, Compiler||Roy Schestowitz||14/11/2013 - 7:10am|
|Story||Salix Ratpoison – An Esoteric Distro For The Alpha Geeks||Roy Schestowitz||14/11/2013 - 7:01am|
|Story||Trademark Law Does Not Require Companies To Tirelessly Censor the Internet||Roy Schestowitz||13/11/2013 - 10:34pm|
|Story||Fedora 20 Beta KDE [screenshots]||Roy Schestowitz||13/11/2013 - 8:57pm|
|Story||Samsung debuts its spanking new Tizen OS-for-mobes .... in a camera||Roy Schestowitz||13/11/2013 - 8:51pm|
|Story||CyanogenMod publishes new Installer app on Google Play||Roy Schestowitz||13/11/2013 - 8:48pm|
earthweb.com: With its 4.1 release, KDE is taking few chances. While the 4.0 release's announcement emphasized excitement and significance, the tone of the announcement for 4.1 is more subdued. This time, the announcement talks about maturing technologies and underlying improvements, and the only claim is that the 4.1 desktop "can replace the KDE 3 shell for most casual users."
techworld.com.au: After six months of development since the release of the much publicized 4.0, the KDE project has unveiled version 4.1 which includes many new bug fixes and feature enhancements.
- Survey: Economy Pushing Users to Open Source
- Open-source sales growing despite economy
- What has Grandma go to do with it?
- 10 things you didn’t know you could do in Ubuntu
- 5 things you didn’t know about linux kernel code metrics
- Desktop Drapes: Another GNOME Wallpaper Changer
- How to install Launchy on Ubuntu 8.04 (Hardy Heron)
- How to speed up booting into GNOME
- nUbuntu Development Kicking Off Again - Security LiveCD
- The Geekiest Nighthmare
- Rwanda: 5,000 Laptops for Students Arrive
- Dear Mr. Shuttleworth
- Stable kernel 220.127.116.11 Released
- Dual Boot Ubuntu with Windows Vista/XP
- LiMo kills Linux smartphone
- Foxconn says ACPI issues are AMI’s fault
- OLS 2008 wrap-up
- Xataface lets non-technical users edit MySQL data
- Recent customer wins for open source
- Using Sysctl To Change Kernel Tunables On Linux
- GPL Project Watch List for Week of 07/25
ubuntuproductivity.com: Using linux feels a lot like listening to an undiscovered band; it’s the new band none of my friends have listened to. When they first experience it they want it. I have it. I feel special. You know the story…
practical-tech.com: Lately, Microsoft has been trying really, really hard to appear as open source’s best friend. All I can say is: “With friends like these, who needs enemies?”
Also: Could Microsoft actually be getting an open-source clue?
obso1337.org: One of the interesting things I learned at the last Ubuntu Developer Summit was the widespread use of implicit save in the GNOME environment. In many cases, implicit save makes a lot of sense and makes the configuration and interaction with options much more natural.
dailycupoftech.com: Since the whole VPS (Virtual Private Server) thing is going so well for me, I thought that I would let my readers know about some of the steps that I took to set it up. In this episode I will be talking about updating the initially installed image and configuring the linux firewall using iptables.
linuxplanet.com: This tutorial series will take you through some tips and tricks on migrating from MS Office to OpenOffice.org 2.4. You'll see how to replicate some of the functionality and features that are lacking in OpenOffice.org
linux-mag.com: In this article, I show you how to install Wine, Microsoft Office 2003, and Internet Explorer using my Red Hat derivative system (CentOS 5.1) as the host. You can give your system some Wine by compiling from source code, or by installing pre-compiled binaries from your distro’s repositories.
- Install extra packages on the ASUS Eee PC
- Cracking Open the ASUS Eee 901 20G ultra-portable
- More evidence of Microsoft "tying up" the Asus EeePC
- ECS GeForce 8800GT
- Linux-friendly Beagle fetches $150
- Diminutive green server for those with Linux leaning
- Countdown to LinuxWorld - 7 Days...
- LinuxWorld 2008 features cloud, virtualization topics
- Installfest at LinuxWorld could seed national program
- LinuxWorld Expo Preview: Four Canonical and Ubuntu Linux Trends
- LinuxWorld Conference & Expo Announces Finalists for Product Excellence Awards
linuxjournal.com: OpenOffice.org 3.0 beta 2 is available in preparation for an official September release. Here are some quick first impressions of the Writer word-processor program.
gordonazmo.wordpress: Decided to give OpenSuSE 11.0 a spin - wasn’t terribly amazed by the 10.3 release, but really curious to see what they did with KDE 4.x. Long story short, they did quite a nice job polishing it to look familiar to KDE 3.5.x users. Too ‘familiar’ and not enough 4.x’ish for my liking, but kudos to them - almost everything worked like you would expect it to work. Played around with it for like an hour, then decided to give KDE 4.1 Beta 2 a spin.
earthweb.com: Canonical, the company behind the Linux distro Ubuntu, has collaborated with software distributor ValuSoft to sell a boxed version of Ubuntu 8.04 into Best Buy retail stores. Is $19.99 a better price point for Ubuntu than $0?
jucato.org/blog: KDE 4.1 is coming! If all goes according to schedule, we should see it released in a day or so. I’ve migrated my main user to KDE 4 totally, except for a few KDE 3 apps here and there. I just want to share some of the things I’m loving in KDE 4 in general, and KDE 4.1 in particular. With screenshots, of course!
Mark Shuttleworth: I had the opportunity to present at the Linux Symposium on Friday, and talked further about my hope that we can improve the coordination and cadence of the entire free software stack. I tried to present both the obvious benefits and the controversies the idea has thrown up.
brajeshwar.com: Linux enthusiasts have always touted for Linux to be one of the best operating systems ever. Their voice grew shriller with the advent of Microsoft Windows Vista in the market.
blogs.techrepublic.com: The slogan for PCLinuxOS is “Radically Simple” and, as far as I can tell, it might be one of the most fitting operating system slogans I have seen. But does it apply across the board? From start to finish? I decided it had been too long since I had tried this distribution so I went about giving it a go. I have to say I was certainly impressed.