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|Story||The truth about Goobuntu: Google's in-house desktop Ubuntu Linux||srlinuxx||30/08/2012 - 12:44am|
|Story||How Apple Killed the Linux Desktop and Why That Doesn’t Matter||srlinuxx||3||29/08/2012 - 6:09pm|
|Story||Seven Reasons for Choosing LibreOffice over Microsoft Office||srlinuxx||29/08/2012 - 1:29am|
|Story||GNOME Answers Criticisms||srlinuxx||29/08/2012 - 1:25am|
|Story||The Linux Setup - Jos Poortvliet, openSUSE||srlinuxx||29/08/2012 - 12:30am|
|Story||Raspberry Pi gives users what they asked for: MPEG-2 and VC-1 support||srlinuxx||29/08/2012 - 12:28am|
|Story||Does anyone want Linux.conf.au 2014?||srlinuxx||28/08/2012 - 7:58pm|
|Story||Touring the Ubuntu Unity Desktop||srlinuxx||28/08/2012 - 5:37am|
|Story||A Nefarious Plot To Repackage And Sell A Free Open-Source Game||srlinuxx||28/08/2012 - 5:33am|
|Story||The 5 most popular Linux distributions||srlinuxx||28/08/2012 - 3:08am|
polishlinux.org: Let me ask you a basic question: Which operating system do you use? What are the possible answers? Windows, Linux, Solaris or Mac OS X of course. But let us try to think different for a moment. Maybe it is possible, that this answer would be it is Nexenta GNU/OpenSolaris.
rg03.wordpress: Writing programs that support multiple platforms is sometimes complicated. The bigger the program is, the closer to the system it is and the more libraries it uses, the more complicated it is to keep it multiplatform. When someone realized typing the compiler commands by hand everytime they wanted to rebuild a project was tiresome at best, they had to do something.
thetechandcents.com: I've told a million times by now, that I am a Linux person. I like the operating system, the tools, the applications, the works. I like the process. I like the community. I like the people. And all these positive feelings are not distribution-specific. I read more and more stories about Linux in general where term "Linux" is quite replaced by Ubuntu.
linuxlove.org: GoblinX is a Live CD distribution based on Slackware and its primary goal is to provide a functional and easy to use desktop, yet beautiful and pleasant to use by users with any level of Linux knowledge alike.
blog.wired.com: The Hans Reiser murder trial was delayed for two days Monday. Prosecutor Paul Hora is unable to attend the proceedings here in Alameda County Superior Court until Wednesday. His wife had a baby boy Saturday.
February's edition of Linux Gazette is now online and ready to enjoy. This month's topics include A dummies introduction to GNU Screen, Booting Linux in Less Than 40 Seconds, and Hollywood, Linux, and CinePaint at FOSDEM 2008.
arstechnica.com: Microsoft fired the latest salvo in the increasingly antagonistic document standards debate last week when the company accused IBM of orchestrating efforts to block ISO fast-track approval of Office Open XML (OOXML), a document format devised by Microsoft for its office software suite. IBM isn't taking the accusations sitting down, however, telling Ars that Microsoft is leading a fight against truly open standards.
tombuntu.com: The completely new theme for Ubuntu 8.04 has been deferred to the following release. The original plan was to have a fresh theme for every long-term-support release, starting with Ubuntu 8.04 Hardy Heron. Now it has been decided to put off the redesign until Ubuntu 8.10.
downloadsquad.com: Last week we took a look at Puppy Linux, a small Linux distro optimized for installation on a flash drive. There are (many) others, of course. Enter Damn Small Linux - Not.
computerworlduk.com: Mozilla 'froze' the code for Firefox 3.0 beta 3 last week, with final testing of the beta scheduled to start today. However a fourth beta would be required.
Also: Q&A: Mozilla security chief outlines plan to protect Firefox users
downloadsquad.com: Today, Novell announced that Joe "Zonker" Brockmeier is taking the reins as openSUSE's Community Manager. Those familiar with the open source world might recognize Joe from his work with various Linux and free software publications. We recently got the chance to talk with Joe about Linux, Novell, and the direction openSUSE (and open source) is headed.
linux.com: Photo mosaics are recreations of one large image composed of tiny tiles of other smaller images. We compared three easy-to-use Linux-based utilities for generating photo mosaics -- Pixelize, Metapixel, and Imosaic -- on speed, quality, and other factors.
suseblog.com: For the RPM-based distributions, the package manager tries to take care of resolving dependencies for you. Some of them do a great job at this. At some point, however, you’ll likely have to work directly with an RPM package on the command-line.
linuxfud.wordpress: In this installment of my series on the Top 10 Linux FUD patterns, I address two patterns that have more to do with software packages that run on the Linux platform than with the Linux OS itself. Linux FUD Pattern #3: With Linux, you cannot access old files or share new files with others Linux FUD Pattern #4: There are no good software titles for Linux
computerworlduk.com: IT professionals working with free software can expect to earn far more than their country's average salary, following news that in Australia open source salaries are particularly high.
news.opensuse.org: I’d like to give a warm welcome to Joe ‘Zonker’ Brockmeier who joins the openSUSE project as “openSUSE community manager”.
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This week in DistroWatch Weekly:
- Commentary: Solaris on the desktop
- News: Debian "Lenny" plans, Slackware on KDE 4, Linux Magazine and Mandriva Powerpack, NetBSD interview
- Released last week: X/OS Linux 5.1, UHU-Linux 2.1
- Upcoming releases: Fedora 9 Alpha, Mandriva Linux 2008.0 Beta 2
- Donations: VLC receives US$350.00
- New additions: Everest Linux
- New distributions: Maryan Linux
- Reader comments
Read more in this week's issue of DistroWatch Weekly....
linux.com: If you cannot face the thought of hunting down and re-installing all of your Firefox extensions one by one on a second computer, you need, appropriately, an extension to simplify the task. CLEO, the Compact Library Extension Organizer, can package all your extensions and themes into one installable .xpi file.
kerneltrap.org: Joseph Myers announced the availability of GCC 4.2.3 saying, "GCC 4.2.3 is a bug-fix release, containing fixes for regressions in GCC 4.2.2 relative to previous GCC releases." He adds, "as always, a vast number of people contributed to this GCC release -- far too many to thank individually!"