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|Story||Peppermint OS Three: between the cloud and the desktop||srlinuxx||27/09/2012 - 1:32am|
|Story||Pimp up XFCE 4.10 in Fedora 17||srlinuxx||27/09/2012 - 1:30am|
|Story||'Cotton Candy' Linux PC-on-a-stick ships at last||srlinuxx||27/09/2012 - 1:26am|
|Story||Future of the Desktop||srlinuxx||26/09/2012 - 9:01pm|
|Story||Linux and the Samsung Series 9 NP900X3C||srlinuxx||26/09/2012 - 8:59pm|
|Story||I Feared Uncertain Doubt||srlinuxx||26/09/2012 - 8:53pm|
|Story||Linux provides privacy in a flash||srlinuxx||26/09/2012 - 6:12pm|
|Story||Vandals break into congressman's office, install Linux||srlinuxx||26/09/2012 - 6:10pm|
|Story||The three best, Star Wars-influenced approaches to learning Linux||srlinuxx||26/09/2012 - 3:46pm|
|Story||Canonical loses Ubuntu marketing exec to Mozilla Firefox OS project||srlinuxx||26/09/2012 - 3:43pm|
junauza.blogspot: Here’s something for Valentine. You might find this a little bit corny, but I guess that’s what Love is all about. Enjoy!
linuxlibrarian.org: This morning I installed eeeXubuntu on the solid state disk of the little Eee. It's pretty cool. The default Xandros in advanced mode was okay, but it was also a bit limiting.
Vector Linux 5.9, released in late December of last year, is a Slackware 12.0-based distribution that uses Xfce 4.4.2 as its default user interface. Generally speaking, Xfce requires less horsepower than other UIs, like GNOME and KDE, and so Vector Linux bills itself as an excellent operating system to install on older, lower-powered computers. I've been using it for the past two weeks, and like what I see.
Issue nine of openSUSE Weekly News is now out! In this week’s issue: openSUSE 11.0 Alpha 2 is out, openSUSE Membership Now Open for Applications, and In Planet SUSE: Lightning-fast package management for 11.0, Command-line 1-Click-Install.
beranger.org: Slax.org was relaunched, SLAX 6 was released, mirrors were announced, and the new life of SLAX is only starting! The only thing I fail to understand is Tomas' position on the (optional) $30 donation... per month!
linux.com: With the number of CPU cores in desktop machines moving from two to four and soon eight, the ability to execute computationally expensive tasks in parallel is becoming more important. The mgzip tools that can take advantage of multiple CPU cores during file compression, while pbzip2 uses multiple cores for both compression and decompression.
deccanherald.com: Besides the apparent commercial benefits of adapting open source approach, technology developers also appreciate the possibility of altering the software to suit their architecture.
blogs.the451group: I stated yesterday that open source had not been widely adopted in the UK without really backing the statement up. Fortunately SiriusIT, the UK-based open source services firm, has revamped its site with a blog entry explaining the situation with the example of open source adoption in the schools sector.
- Dell Promotes Linux on the Desktop
- Corporate Code Searching with Krugle
- Ubuntu Developer Week - Your Shipment Of Win Has Arrived
- Ars at SCALE: the exhibit hall
- 451 weighs in on GPLv3
- Mozilla offering limited live chat support for Firefox
- Must Do Better, BECTA
- GNU's upcoming 25-year anniversary
- Next Up for Enterprise Open Source: Nexenta?
- The long tail of open source
- HowTo Create an IPv6 over IPv4 Tunnel to Reach the IPv6 Internet
- Ping IPv6 IP Address With ping6 Command
- HowTo Fix vmsplice Local Root Exploit in Gentoo Linux
- Pimp your WordPress
- Linux Tips: find all files of a particular size
- Windows XP, Ubuntu, GParted & Super Grub Disk
- Small-scale SNMP reporting
- Ebuild 2 Overlay
- Linux Tip No.15:IP Address Aliasing - Temporary
freesoftwaremagazine.com: Excitement in the Open Graphics community is quite high as it approaches its first production run of the FPGA-based “Open Graphics Development” board, known as “OGD1”. As an insider in this group, I had a unique opportunity to interview several of its members.
kubuntu-de.org: Harald Sitter, also known as apachelogger, was promoted to Kubuntu MOTU not too long ago. He also works as a volunteer project manager for the Amarok project. We spoke with him about Amarok 2 and what can be expected from KDE 4 in Kubuntu 8.04 Hardy Heron.
itmanagement.earthweb: Last week, Canonical, the commercial face of the Ubuntu GNU/Linux distribution, announced that it would be using its Partners repository to sell proprietary applications like Parallels Workstation. But, if past incarnations of the idea are any indication, then the results are likely to be disappointing at best.
arstechnica.com: Mozilla has announced the official release of the third Firefox 3 beta, which includes many user interface improvements and a handful of new features. Firefox 3 is rapidly approaching completion and much of the work that remains to be done is primarily in the category of fit and finish.
polishlinux.org: Linux is really a great operating system, and probably none of you would argue with such opinion. Its features are almost endless, and with little effort and skills you can perform just any task using this OS. But the question is, what can we do when we have a really old computer?
kdedevelopers.org: Today we'll finish our first trilogy about Marble Desktop Globe. In Part III we'll look beyond Marble's offline mode: We'll get to know how Marble fetches its data from the internet.
thelinuxmovement.blogspot: he best Linux gmail checker is named CheckGmail. Now why am I raving about a gmail mail checker? You ask, how different can it be from the other gmail checkers, because don't they all do the same thing, notify you when you get mail?
techthrob.com: While Linux is praised for its ability to run on older hardware, modern distributions such as [K]Ubuntu and Fedora eat up lots of disk space, memory, and processing power. Fluxbuntu's aim is to be a "lightweight, productive, agile, and efficient" operating system; this review takes a look at Fluxbuntu and whether it lives up to the challenge.
on-being-open.blogspo: I have been on the road for a week or so, and I have been using my MacBook for most of the trip. Today I decided to use my Dell D620 running Mint 4.0 at the office and I was surprised to see the Linux desktop ask me if I wanted to import the pictures.
itpro.co.uk/blogs: I pretty much use Debian in favour of other linuxes because it is free, and updates are also free. Why do I personally use Debian on my home servers - the main answer is APT.