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|Story||some leftovers:||srlinuxx||09/08/2013 - 3:49pm|
|Story||Is Apache the Most Important Open Source Project?||srlinuxx||09/08/2013 - 4:25am|
|Story||10-Way Linux File-System Comparison On Linux 3.10||srlinuxx||09/08/2013 - 4:24am|
|Story||OpenMandriva Lx Release Schedule, Sort of||srlinuxx||09/08/2013 - 4:23am|
|Story||gNewSense 3 Released Based on Debian||srlinuxx||09/08/2013 - 12:50am|
|Story||Should Shuttleworth Sell Ubuntu?||srlinuxx||09/08/2013 - 12:43am|
|Story||KDE Konnect: control your KDE devices from your phone||srlinuxx||09/08/2013 - 12:37am|
|Story||Linux Kernel News - July 2013||srlinuxx||08/08/2013 - 9:30pm|
|Story||Google sniffs at MySQL fork MariaDB: Yum. Have an engineer||srlinuxx||08/08/2013 - 9:28pm|
|Story||Apple’s Operating System Guru Goes Back to His Roots||srlinuxx||08/08/2013 - 9:26pm|
thevarguy.com: Okay, it has been about a month since Red Hat said it had no plans to offer a consumer Linux release. Lots of folks went ballistic. The VAR Guy didn’t. Instead, he took some time to digest the news. And now he’s ready to say — definitively — that Red Hat made the right decision. Here are five reasons:
flameeyes.eu: Well, shit happens people, and it seems like the extraordinary meeting that was supposedly scheduled yesterday night found Donnie and Wernfried (amne) alone in the channel. As people seems to either look at this as a sign of the council misbehaviour, or just as an escape route from an hostile council.
kev009.com: So I bit the bullet and installed KDE 4.0 on Gentoo. Version 4.0.4 recently hit the tree, and with some minor hackary to package.unmask and package.keywords I have a nice spartan KDE 4.0.4 desktop that I am typing this in.
spinellis.gr: The FreeBSD, GNU/Linux, Solaris, and Windows operating systems have kernels that provide comparable facilities. Interestingly, their code bases share almost no common parts, while their development processes vary dramatically. We analyze the source code of the four systems by collecting metrics in the areas of file organization, code structure, code style, the use of the C preprocessor, and data organization.
workswithu.com: This previous Christmas, I asked for and was given a brand new Eee PC (701). When I opened it, the comments around the room came quickly, “That’s a computer?” and “It’s so small” and “What a neat toy.” Well, that Toy has been on quite a Linux journey in recent months.
newlinuxuser.com: For some people they don’t really think about what OS is installed in their computers. However, if you’re one of the decision makers of the company, you will think about this problem carefully. There are actually many reasons why you should use Linux in your office and I could list some of them.
junauza.com: On your left is the challenger, weighing in at exactly 48.5MB, armed with the latest weapon version, please welcome the totally upgraded DSL 4.2. On your right is the defending champion, now leaner than ever and weighing in at exactly 87.1MB, put your paws together for the newly trained Puppy Linux 4.0.
LWN.net: CentOS looks at the impact of the Debian SSL vulnerability for CentOS users. "This vulnerability can affect CentOS machines through the use of keys that were generated with the OpenSSL package from Debian."
gnufied.org: Newest version of operating system for human beings is out. Kicking ass and users. Yes users, you heard it right. I am not very happy with this release. In fact, I regret that I upgraded to this version. Why?
blog.bobpeers: Well I have to say the my Fedora 9 install didn’t go as smoothly as I hoped. It seems that Fedora 9 is a bit rough around the edges so here’s a run down of my issues so far:
sugarlabs.org: Sugar Labs Foundation is being established to further extend Sugar, the highly acclaimed open source “learn learning” software platform that was originally developed for the One Laptop per Child (OLPC) XO laptop.
extremetech.com: Our forum moderator is on vacation this week, but that doesn't stop him from digging up five classic Linux tips.
dev-loki.blogspot: I can't imagine Mark Shuttleworth could be that clueless about the reality of software development and how the whole ecosystem around a distribution actually works. He isn't. Can't be. So what agenda is he having/endorsing when he pushes that idea so loudly?
computerworld.com: If you think that you always get what you pay for, the just-released beta of OpenOffice 3.0 should convince you otherwise. This free, open-source software suite provides most of what anyone could want in an office suite, including a word processor, spreadsheet, presentation program, database, drawing tools, and math equation editor.
cybernetnews.com: Today we’re kicking back for some laughs and taking a look at a handful of funny jokes from around the web that most of you will enjoy. It’s been a while since we’ve compiled a bunch of jokes, so let the geeky humor continue!
- openSUSE 11.0 Beta 3 Resolves Over 700 Bugs
- People of openSUSE: Wolfgang Koller
- Redesign of YaST Expert Partitioner
- OpenSuse joins Google Summer of Code
maketecheasier.com: For those who are a crazy fan of the Mac OSX dock, you can now install Avant Window Navigator to achieve the similar dock-like effect in Ubuntu Hardy Heron.
beranger.org: Tazpkg has been updated to 2.1, the package [manager] provides now a graphical user interface, so you can install, remove, search or upgrade packages in a few clicks.
kerneltrap.org: "As some of the latency junkies on lkml already know, commit 8e3e076 in v2.6.26-rc2 removed the preemptible BKL feature and made the Big Kernel Lock a spinlock and thus turned it into non-preemptible code again. This commit returned the BKL code to the 2.6.7 state of affairs in essence."
kloeri.livejournal: The Gentoo Foundation was filed and approved a few days ago, but unfortunately the Council has invalidated itself by the poor attendance yesterday.