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|Story||Get More Out of Ubuntu 13.04 With These Awesome Apps||srlinuxx||26/04/2013 - 8:56pm|
|Story||Linux saved my life||srlinuxx||26/04/2013 - 8:54pm|
|Story||Trisquel GNU/Linux flies the flag for software freedom||srlinuxx||26/04/2013 - 8:49pm|
|Story||Ubuntu without the 'U': Booting the Big Four remixes||srlinuxx||26/04/2013 - 5:48pm|
|Story||SkySQL-MariaDB merger: What should you expect?||srlinuxx||26/04/2013 - 5:46pm|
|Story||First X.Org Server 1.15 Snapshot Released||srlinuxx||26/04/2013 - 3:40am|
|Story||Will there ever be a perfect operating system?||srlinuxx||26/04/2013 - 3:36am|
|Story||Plasma Worskpaces 2 On Wayland||srlinuxx||25/04/2013 - 10:26pm|
|Story||Euro Truck Simulator 2 for Linux Coming||srlinuxx||25/04/2013 - 10:20pm|
|Story||some howtos:||srlinuxx||25/04/2013 - 10:16pm|
blogs.computerworld: I'll admit that I'm not a Marvel Comics fan (color me Vertigo), but this one's got me genuinely stumped: Iron Man is fighting the dark forces of Linux. That's direct from the writer's mouth!
- Linux faithful see ray of light shining on client OS
- Kernel space: Toward better direct I/O scalability
- HP-UX Powered by Linux Development Tools?
- The Secret of Open-Source Project Success
- Live from the Linux Foundation! It's sjvn!
- Linux and Ipod Video Conversion
- If Windows Vista Advertisers Were Hired by Canonical…
- Old laptop and Mepis 7.0: very nice indeed
- Xfburn and the unbelievable mess in XFCE
- RadeonHD 1.2 Driver Released
- Another Red Letter Day For Open Source At ... Microsoft?
- Support Libre Graphics 2008!
- Virtual Servers Update: VMware vs. Microsoft vs. Xen
dwasifar.com: It's all Linux's fault. All these cool new laptops that have been coming out over the last year or so. I want one. I want them ALL. But I can't have them. Why?
news.softpedia.com: The GIMP team announced today the first release from the 2.5 development series. It is true that this version is unstable, but a little bird told me to give it a try and see what's it capable of.
digested.blogspot: I've been building KDE 4 from svn for a while, testing from time to time to see if it could be used. The answer was negative until recently. Most of what I want has stabilized enough to become my working desktop.
- You Have To Take Your Hat Off To Red Hat
- Red Hat wrestles with Linux apathy
- Red Hat leads open source contributions to Linux Kernel
- Red Hat exec hits back at govt open source shyness
- OOXML Drops An ‘O’
- OOXML to harmonise with ODF?
- OOXML approved by ISO: What next?
- OOXML ISO aftermath in Poland
- Hidden World of Linux: Follow up Part 1 - NAS
- Turn on ClearType like Smooth Text in Ubuntu Linux
- Secure your system with Tripwire
- How To Restore Grub In Ubuntu
- KDE4 - How to Install latest development version on your Linux PC, from source code
- Adjust Volume of Individual Applications with PulseAudio
- Evolution: Synchronizing My Ipaq
- ptunnel: send/receive TCP traffic via ICMP reliably
- Twitter and GNOME integration
tomshardware.com: When it's your job to review new PC hardware, it's easy to get caught up in the cutting edge of technology. However, not everyone requires the fastest hardware. It is for these folks that Shuttle introduced the KPC, which stands for "Korporate Personal Computer".
linuxplanet.com: Power management on computers has three parts: selecting devices that are more power-efficient, tuning your systems to run more efficiently, and configuring systems to use less power during periods of inactivity. The first step is finding the power hogs on your systems, so today we'll learn how to measure hardware power usage.
itwire.com: Two weeks from today, the next version of Ubuntu should be available for download; the scheduled release date is April 24. A few significant bugs still remain and it would be interesting to see how one, in particular, is tackled.
ec.europa.eu: The European Parliament's IT department is testing the use of GNU/Linux distribution Ubuntu, OpenOffice, Firefox and other Open Source applications, the British MEP James Nicholson explained last week in a letter to Italian MEP Marco Cappato.
linux.com: Watching the evolution of open source tools for video editing and manipulation over the last 10 years has been less than a thrilling experience. But are things about to change for the better in the near future? Can even the people most disenchanted with the current state of affairs feel tempted to regain a spark of hope?
Matt Asay: It's about time that United States elite academic institutions finally got around to not only using open-source software, but also teaching it. In the April 2008 edition of Harvard Business Review, Harvard gives its MBA students a taste of the decision facing every company that leverages technology as part of its business: Should I embrace or fight open source?
linux.com: If you're looking for a GNOME desktop for the popular PCLinuxOS (PCLOS), then newly released PCLinuxOS Gnome might be for you.
thevarguy.com: The VAR Guy was guilty of hyping Windows-based Ultra-Portables from startups like OQO a year ago, but he has drastically changed his thinking about the Ultra-Portable computer market. He thinks current market dynamics greatly favor Linux over Windows in the Ultra-Portable industry. Here’s why.
jonreagan.wordpress: ThinkFree is a company, which for the longest time, has offered their free online office suite, much like Google docs or Zoho Office. On April 7, things changed…
Matt Hartley: For a number of years now, Google has been waging a battle to win over your desktop without ever settling for one OS platform. Opting to play it safe by not entering the platform wars, but what if they were to put this mindset aside, and find themselves in a position to take on Microsoft in a more direct way? I think they might be able to make it work, so long as they utilize the following commonsense strategy.
Also: gOS Goes with Awn!
junauza.com: Optical disc authoring software, most commonly known as CD/DVD burning application is computer software for authoring optical discs such as CD-ROMs and DVDs. Here are some of the finest free/open-source optical disk authoring software:
fosswire.com: ManiaDrive describes itself as “an arcade car game on acrobatic tracks, with a quick and nervous gameplay (tracks almost never exceed one minute)” and also as a clone of Trackmania. What I can tell you is that ManiaDrive is a lot of fun, and extremely addictive at that.