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|Story||Kids tablet runs Android 4.4 on 64-bit Intel Atom||Rianne Schestowitz||09/01/2014 - 6:08pm|
|Story||openSUSE Forum Hacked, Everyday Linux, and Mageia RC Delay||Rianne Schestowitz||09/01/2014 - 12:49pm|
|Story||More Ubuntu Phones coming in 2014||Rianne Schestowitz||09/01/2014 - 10:15am|
|Story||Light Table is open source||Roy Schestowitz||09/01/2014 - 9:57am|
|Story||Android’s Rise To Platform Dominance In One Graph||Roy Schestowitz||09/01/2014 - 9:55am|
|Story||Linux Kernel News - December 2013||Roy Schestowitz||09/01/2014 - 9:53am|
|Story||Linksys WRT54G reborn, with 802.11ac and more||Roy Schestowitz||09/01/2014 - 9:49am|
|Story||Amahi's Open Source Home Server Software Goes Mobile||Roy Schestowitz||09/01/2014 - 9:45am|
|Story||Happy GNU Year: Richard Stallman Talks About His First GNU Programs||Roy Schestowitz||09/01/2014 - 9:19am|
|Story||Touchscreen media players run Android KitKat||Roy Schestowitz||09/01/2014 - 2:31am|
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mozilla.org: Starting a little later tonight, users with the latest version of Firefox 2 will be getting an offer to update to Firefox 3. If you’re running Firefox 184.108.40.206 you will see the offer in the next couple of days, though if you’re eager you can always “Check for Updates” in the “Help” menu.
Also: Mozilla Firefox browser gets security boost
desktoplinux.com: This article summarizes the experiences of one small- to medium-sized enterprise (SME) using a heterogeneous mix of Linux and Windows XP systems. Written by the founder of an international PC distributor, it compares and contrasts various Linux-based distributions, and assesses their suitability for business use.
- Howto: change the device names of hard disks in Ubuntu 8.04
- Anatomy of Linux dynamic libraries
- How-To: Compile and Install SMPlayer 0.6.2 in Debian Lenny
- Useful Firefox 3 Configuration Tweaks
- 10 Useful Ubuntu Keyboard Shortcuts That You Might Not Know
- Serving Music with mt-dappd
- How to keep your real email address secret
- Introduction to parallel boot under Mandriva
- OpenOffice.org Tips and Tricks Part III
practical-tech.com: Did you know that there are two basic kinds of USB 2.0 drives? I didn’t. But, now thanks to Robert L. Scheier’s article, Not all USB drives are created equal, I now know that are significant differences between drives. And, in particular those differences matter a lot to live USB capable Linux distributions like Fedora 9.
50webs.org: A review of 5 KDE3 applications which I use daily on my Debian Lenny box: BasKet, Amarok, K3b, KTorrent, Yakuake.
- On the Strategic Purpose of Open Source
- Interview with Scott McNealy - Part 1
- Interview: Ken Drachnik on Sun's GlassFish OSS App Server
linux.com: SUSE has been around almost since the dawn of consumer-level desktop Linux, and openSUSE 11 upholds the SUSE reputation for having not just a wide range of available applications, but also excellent documentation and a fine user-to-user support community. For this video we chose the KDE 4.x desktop option. KDE 3.5x and GNOME are also available as defaults in openSUSE.
theregister.co.uk: What's free, looks like Mac OS X, just works and is actually Linux? The answer is gOS, which recently launched a new beta that builds on the distro's initial success and adds new tools like integrated Google Gadgets for Linux.
Matt Hartley: When most people think of switching out their office to one Linux distribution or another, the very idea of getting started with the needed migration must seem completely overwhelming. Not because using Linux is difficult -- rather, the task at hand with getting personnel and equipment up to the challenge is daunting.
linux-gamers.net: My Game Company announces the release of Dirk Dashing: Secret Agent! version 1.1 for Linux! Some of the new features they have developed for the upcoming Dirk Dashing 2 have been ported back into the original game.
workswithu.com: Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu, is getting serious about the server. The company is working hard to partner with 3rd party server application providers, and to develop the required core OS services for Ubuntu to make it a highly successful business server platform. There are many factors that make Ubuntu a strong server platform, but the top 5 are:
kzimm.wordpress: Thursday, my daughter’s Dell Inspiron laptop was working fine. She finished as usual, just closing the lid, which puts the laptop in suspend/hibernate mode. Friday evening, she opened the lid, and got … nothing.
adtmag.com: The gOS operating system is an open source Ubuntu derivative published by Emeryville, Calif.-based Good OS LLC. gOS gained fame when it showed up in a line of inexpensive computers sold at Wal-Mart. As a longtime Ubuntu user, I've known and used some of its derivatives, such as Kubuntu. However, this time, I decided to give gOS a spin.
Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols: I like Linux. I like Red Hat and Fedora Linux. I use them every day. What I don't like, though, is not knowing what's what with the recent security break-in into the RHEL (Red Hat Enterprise Linux) and Fedora file servers.
blogs.zdnet.com: It has become a common sight. A market develops. A leader emerges. Then the laggards say “we’re open source.” It’s beginning to look like the throwing of a bad poker hand.
phoronix.com: This time around we have our hands on the Super Micro C2SEA, which is a desktop motherboard that uses the Intel G45 Chipset and provides integrated GMA X4500 HD graphics.
raiden.net: FaunOS is a light weight Linux distribution based on Arch Linux that is designed specifically for use on USB pen drives. It offers the user a complete KDE desktop experience without being too heavy or too light. But can a distribution such as FaunOS truly be user friendly, light weight and still complete?
lazytechguy.com: Now this is beyond doubt that Ubuntu is the most searched Linux distribution. Most websites/forums claim that Ubuntu is the most popular one. Okey, agreed that Ubuntu is the most popular; what about the rest ?
Glyn Moody: As I noted the other day, ultraportables are not only hot, but they've changed the dynamics of the entire desktop sector. With the imminent arrival of the Dell effort in this sector, we've clearly reached a significant milestone, but that doesn't mean that things are going to get boring. Here's what marks the start of phase 2: