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computerworld.com: Open source is no longer a novelty, even within the largest corporations. Today, 53% of businesses use open-source software, according to a recent CIO.com survey. However, not enough of those businesses are contributing code back to the open-source community.
linux.com: Text editors are important for many tasks, from editing configuration files, nudging cron jobs, and manipulating XML files to quickly pushing out a README. Luckily, there are a number of interesting editors available. Here's a brief introduction to nine intriguing choices.
Also: Intro to HTML editors
- Validating an IP Address in a Bash Script
- How to use Wget to download a file needs password for downloading
- How To Install and Configure Avant Window Navigator for Ubuntu
- Printing with openSUSE 11 (and HOW-TO install MS fonts)
- How to save time and traffic upgrading with apt-proxy
- Some usability tricks and tips
The AIX operating system and other UNIX-like operating systems need a way to communicate with the kernel. This is done through the use of a shell. The Korn shell is the default shell used with AIX. Discover how to automate many tasks and save a great deal of time by writing your own Korn shells scripts.
liquidat.wordpress: Folderview is an awesome plasmoid which makes it possible to show the content of a folder on a screen. It also is the first step to say good bye to the traditional way of storing links and folder on the desktop itself - the idea is to now store the data on the desktop but to show the data from some place directly on the desktop as if they would be there.
- openSUSE 11, a quick look
- A Quick Appraisal: Xfce in OpenSUSE 11.0
- Here are the 8 Reasons 'why i love Ubuntu'?
freesoftwaremagazine.com: A lot of software users I meet seem to feel they are not using their software as efficiently as they could. If that includes you, then listen up. Here is my list of the ten, lesser-known, OpenOffice.org Writer keyboard shortcuts that will help you improve your productivity.
penguinway.net: Zenwalk is a Slackware based distribution that is aimed at giving it’s users a fast, stable, and to easy to use machine. . Zenwalk 5.2 was released this month so I decided to give it a try on my Dell Inspiron 1150 system.
ereslibre.es: We need users. Users don’t need us. So better do it good. I hope I misunderstood previous posts that I have read on the planet. We don’t need certain users that are completely useless for the project, but sure we need the 99,99% that are normal people, with wishes reported and contributing in a very different ways.
Also: KDE4, aseigo, Troy, the users and the open-source conundrum
computerworld.com: In a move aimed at consolidating their efforts to support Linux use on mobile phones, the Linux Phone Standards (LiPS) Forum is merging into the LiMo (Linux Mobile) Foundation.
blogs.zdnet.com: It’s a tough call. Observers from both the open and closed source worlds say the exit of Microsoft’s longtime leader won’t usher in a GPL era at the company but it will likely accelerate what is already a changing attitude in Redmond.
opensuse.org: Issue #28 of openSUSE Weekly News is now out! In this week’s issue: GNOME Helping Hands Project Launches, People of openSUSE: Tanja Roth, and Benjamin Weber: openSUSE 11.0 KDE4 inclusion.
cyberciti.biz: Linux is extremely powerful, robust and flexible, which means it must have a significant amount of complexity. Do you think I learnt everything in a day? I don't know who told you Linux was easy, many times other people make it harder than it has to be by thinking they need to understand everything at once.
trueg's blog: After more than two weeks of vacation I read up on my email and of course am also sickened by some of the stuff I have to read there. Let me open with a quote: Here's a real suggestion: give us back our Desktops! That is just plain sad!
This tutorial shows how you can set up a Linux Mint 5 Elyssa R1 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.
- LiMo Foundation Says It Welcomes the Symbian Foundation
- Opera 9.51 RC 1
- Bill Gates Would Like Apt-Get
- Sourcefire: Don't Snort at open-source security
- Google Browser Sync Now Open Source?
- Easy way to install Ubuntu 8.04 from hard disk
- My OpenSuse 11.0 experience. OpenSuse or Ubuntu? I have made my choice.
- Solar system's biggest impact scar discovered on Mars
- Ubuntu With Google Over Easy
sharplinux.blogspot: With Independence Day coming up, I want to do a series of posts about freedom and what "free software" actually means. The English language is weak in the area of freedom, so when somebody says "free software" they think "free of charge." But that's still not what "free" means in the term "free software."
troy-at-kde.livejournal: The only real benefit to KDE of having users is that some users turn into developers. This directly benefits the KDE project, the code, and the KDE developers who are writing the software (essentially) for themselves.
linux.com: Linux Certified sells Linux laptops and offers IT training to individuals and organizations. Its product line ranges from small, affordable units to performance laptops that cost well over $2,000. Major manufacturers have begun to take notice of Linux's potential on the laptop.
eweek.com: At first glance, Bill appears to be an ordinary man. But he is anything but ordinary. What the world would have been like if Gates had never been born.