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|Story||Bugside manners||srlinuxx||02/11/2011 - 10:24pm|
|Story||The Grass has Always been Greener||srlinuxx||02/11/2011 - 10:20pm|
|Story||A little love for Linux Mint||srlinuxx||02/11/2011 - 7:52pm|
|Story||Two decades of productivity: Vim's 20th anniversary||srlinuxx||02/11/2011 - 7:48pm|
|Story||10 Reasons Why I Love Sabayon Linux||srlinuxx||02/11/2011 - 7:46pm|
|Story||Will you Party?||srlinuxx||02/11/2011 - 7:42pm|
|Story||Browser wars: IE vs. Firefox vs. Chrome vs. Safari vs. Opera||srlinuxx||02/11/2011 - 5:22pm|
|Story||DebConf12 Nicaragua dates confirmed||srlinuxx||02/11/2011 - 5:19pm|
|Story||Leading PC makers confirm: no Windows 8 plot to lock out Linux||srlinuxx||02/11/2011 - 5:18pm|
|Story||Is the Linux Desktop Dead?||srlinuxx||2||02/11/2011 - 1:14pm|
the inquirer: GPL Guru Richard Stallman was attacked by a gang of ninjas when he attempted to talk at Yale University.
phoronix: The third beta of KDE 4.0 was released this past week and today the KDE folks are out with KDE Four Live v0.5, which is based upon OpenSuSE. The KDE Four Live image contains all modules for KDE 4.0, KOffice 2.0 SVN, and other cutting-edge developments.
sheldoncode.blogspot: Last week my Kubuntu died. openSuSE presented an appealing alternative as I tired of Kubuntu. openSuSE seemed to pay a lot of attention to KDE, which is a good thing.
zdnet blogs: Maybe not for the average corporation yet, or even the average home user, but every time Canonical releases a new version of Ubuntu (and with it comes Edubuntu), Microsoft becomes a little less the default vendor of choice for educational computing.
silwenae.org: The Enemy Territory:Quake Wars Linux client was released Friday by id. The 17mb client and installer is using Icculus‘ Mojo Setup for installation. This is a welcome change from the Doom3 and Quake IV installers which required you to manually copy the .pak files from the CD or DVDs over to your hard drive.
itmanagement: As GNU/Linux becomes more popular, the motives behind its inceptions are often forgotten. Linux is a free operating system, but its broadening userbase perceives this freedom as pertaining to cost, not rights and liberty. It's important to step back and remind ourselves of the purpose and importance of distributions which try to make a difference, sometimes at the cost of ease of installation and use.
mark hinkle: Every so often I wander over to Distrowatch to see whose at the top of the leaderboard (calculated byPC Linux OS page views on Distrowatch ) for Linux desktop "popularity". I fully expected to see Ubuntu at the top and maybe Fedora Core in second place. I was surprised to see PCLinuxOS in the number one position.
zdnet community blogs: I've been using Windows since it was battling for desktop supremacy with GEM in the early 90s. Since the late 90s I've dabbled with Linux, but there have always been compelling reasons to return to, or stick with, Windows. No more, for two reasons: Vista, and Ubuntu 7.10 (ala Gutsy Gibbon).
linux today blogs: Greg sent me this article at the New York Times,"Silicon Valley Start-Ups Awash in Dollars, Again" and Stacy says (via Matt ) Ballmer is hunting for Open Source Start-Ups. This gets me to thinking...
phoronix: While Linux desktop surveys are nothing new, no recent polls have looked specifically at Linux graphics when it comes to X.Org video drivers, hardware, and related video features. We, however, at Phoronix see a need for this information to be profiled and have launched the first-annual Linux graphics survey.
kdedevelopers: As 4.0 is approaching, I decided that it is time to test, use, report bugs and even make fixes to it. I use KDE since a long time (~7 years), I think I always compiled from source, and for several years I compiled from CVS/Subversion regularly. I wasn't afraid to use the alpha/beta/whatever version as my daily desktop. But with KDE4 somehow I feel lost.
Also: At the edge of the freeze
And: New hardware => new KNewsTicker!
- Crypt Manager - An encrypted folder manager for Ubuntu Linux
- Exaile: The most underrated media player for Linux
- Conky - Light weight system monitor
- Ubuntu Gutsy Gibbon and Envy
- How to Enable Compiz Fusion in Ubuntu
- Fix your False Tags with Ex Falso
mrzonbu.wordpress.com: I installed Ubuntu 7.10 from CD yesterday. I used the Zonbu supplied external USB CD drive and a Transcend 8GB flash card, putting my Sandisk card with the Zonbu OS on the shelf for safe keeping.
phoronix: With Ubuntu 7.10 and WINE 0.9.46 in hand, we had set out to compare the performance between Windows XP and Gutsy Gibbon with WINE on two popular DirectX benchmarks.
blogs.pcworld.com: I love Linux. But many people are afraid to use a new operating system because they are so attached to Windows. They are scared of the possibility of having to use the command line! But there are window managers for the X Window System on Linux that can spread all of your programs out onto a desktop, just like Microsoft Windows.
- KDE Four Live Beta 3+
- Htop - An Interactive Process Viewer For Linux
- eLive 1.0: Turning a laptop into a l33t machine
cyberorg: With the release of Compiz 0.6.2 a quickfix version of 0.6.0 release, Compiz Fusion community has followed it up with a release of Compiz Fusion 0.6.0. Packages for openSUSE 10.3 and 10.2 are, as always , available from X11:XGL Build service repository.
nowwhatthe.blogspot: Here another "KDE4 is really usable" blog. Well, I just want to point that out up front. The real topic is something else, though - I wanna know who did the following:
kernelTRAP: When asked how to best refer to kernels between official releases and release candidates, Linus Torvalds pointed to his automated git snapshots. "I still call them 'nightly snapshots', but they do in fact happen twice a day if there have been changes, so that's not technically correct," he noted. The latest snapshot is 2.6.23-git15.
redwinedrummer.wordpress: It took me a while to upgrade from 7.04 to 7.10 because Ubuntu servers were so busy. It would even time-out at times. But now it’s done, Gutsy Gibbon is turning out to be a very solid release. I’ve been using Ubuntu since 6.04 and it has definitely gone a long way!
- Ubuntu Studio 7.10 (Gutsy Gibbon) Installation Guide
- Partitioning or Resizing Drives In Ubuntu Using GParted