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|Story||Richard Stallman decides Emacs should go WYSIWYG||Roy Schestowitz||22/11/2013 - 9:38pm|
|Story||openSUSE 13.1 vs Ubuntu 13.10: a friendly match||Roy Schestowitz||22/11/2013 - 9:03pm|
|Story||Turning Mozilla Thunderbird into a Phoenix||Roy Schestowitz||22/11/2013 - 6:23pm|
|Story||Today in Techrights (on Microsoft)||Roy Schestowitz||22/11/2013 - 5:28pm|
|Story||MATE to make it into Debian repositories||Rianne Schestowitz||22/11/2013 - 3:24am|
|Story||Ubuntu for phones and tablets||Rianne Schestowitz||22/11/2013 - 3:04am|
|Story||Today in Techrights||Roy Schestowitz||21/11/2013 - 7:40pm|
|Story||Goodbye Mageia 2||Rianne Schestowitz||21/11/2013 - 6:50pm|
|Story||A Summer Spent on the LLVM Clang Static Analyzer for the Linux Kernel||Rianne Schestowitz||21/11/2013 - 6:39pm|
|Story||Red Hat Launches Latest Version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6||Rianne Schestowitz||21/11/2013 - 6:33pm|
redhat.com: In accordance with the Red Hat Enterprise Linux Errata Support Policy, the
7 year life-cycle of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 2.1 will end on May 31, 2009.
computerworld.com: Almost exactly seven years ago, I reviewed four different "All-in-One" Internet appliances that included file, e-mail and Web servers and some other workgroup type utilities. Jumping into the fray is a new product from a fairly young company near Vancouver called Sutus. Sutus avoids security issues by using a hardened version of Gentoo Linux.
informationweek.com/blog: The other week, when representatives from Facebook mentioned that they'd be open-sourcing significant portions of their platform, I hazarded a guess that they would be providing at most a set of APIs. Now that Facebook's actually released some code under the aegis of the Facebook Open Platform, I had a look-see.
practical-tech.com: The paint has barely dried on Ubuntu 8.04 when Canonical announced at the Computex trade show in Taiwan on June 3rd that it will be releasing a new version of Ubuntu 8.04 just for Intel Atom-based netbooks and UMPCs (Ultra Mobile PCs).
linux.com: Pat Volkerding and the Slackware team released the latest version of Slackware Linux, 12.1, on May 2. Even though it is a "point one" release, the list of new features reads like what other distributions would consider a major new version.
crunchbang.org: I have been working pretty hard lately, mainly coding some personal projects. I always used to listen to music whilst coding, these days I tend to listen to podcasts. Is that sad? Maybe, maybe not. Either way, I thought I would post a list of Linux and Ubuntu related podcasts which I listen to on a regular basis.
linuxjournal.com: If you've been an Open Source advocate for any significant amount of time, you've no doubt heard someone say, with a sneer in their voice, "You get what you pay for". Let it be noted, I really hate that cliche.
junauza.com: I have been an avid openSUSE user in the past as it worked perfectly on my main workstation. However, I switched to Xubuntu as I'm more obsessed with speed and simplicity nowadays more than anything else.
blogs.techtarget.com: Ubuntu isn’t just for desktops. Behind the scenes, corporate IT managers have put Ubuntu to work on servers. Don’t believe me? Well, I can name names. I can also tell you up front that Ubuntu Server gets high marks for its corporate support; easy backups, installs and upgrades; documentation, and more.
blogs.zdnet.com: 2008 will be a very good vintage for community end-user Linux distributions. I must admit, however, to having a particularly strong interest in OpenSUSE, Novell’s entry into the community Linux distro fray.
blogs.ittoolbox: You all know that I am an advocate of Linux. I have even been called a fan boy and a Linux shill. That's fine. People can call me what they want. However there are some things about Linux that add a few extra lines to the forehead. Here are the five things I most hate about Linux.
law.com: Two recent events should give for-profit companies new reasons to re-evaluate the ways in which they use open source software as well as the extent to which they use it.
community.zdnet.co.uk/blog: As I continue to test and work with Ubuntu, I have come across a few more very pleasant surprises:
- RedOffice 4.0 Beta - A great new UI?
- Geek Gang Signs
- ProcessMaker uses open source inside and out
- Why Linux won the embedded market?
- Make your linux ubuntu look like a mac
- Ubuntu Guide For Windows Users: Clear And Disable Recent Documents
- The #1 bug in my ~14 years of Linux
- Put icons in your Fluxbox menu
- openSUSE touch to PulseAudio
- openSUSE Board Elections Committee
- It's official: Open source makes you happy
- Ubuntu Linux Live CD: I Haz It
- Mozilla-Central: Open For Business
- Lindependence 2008 The countdown starts
- The Top Security Tools in the Ubuntu Repositories you may not know about
- Expert's guide to configuring Conky
- IBM Lotus Symphony 1 on Ubuntu
- Recording in Ubuntu, Part 1
- Delegate privileges to users with sudo
- Fedora 9 Tips and Tricks
- OpenSUSE Linux 10.3: Signing Self-Generated SSL Certificates as Your Own Certificate Authority
- Quick and Dirty MySQL Backup
- A Profusion of Minis
- ASUS Eee Box Preview & Intel's Atom Benchmarked
- Asus Eee PC 1000 vs Atom-based 901 vs original 701... fight!
- Acer aspires to lead low-cost laptop race
This guide explains how to set up WebDAV with Apache2 on a Debian Etch server. WebDAV stands for Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning and is a set of extensions to the HTTP protocol that allow users to directly edit files on the Apache server so that they do not need to be downloaded/uploaded via FTP.
ericsbinaryworld.com/blog: Foresight Linux was supplied on the most recent Linux Format Magazine disc. I gave it 1 GB of RAM and started her off. I read on the website that Foresight is meant to be easy for the end user and is also supposed to showcase the latest Gnome programs.
datalude.com/blog: I was looking through my pile of install CDs, and I came across PCLinuxOS 2008, which I’d downloaded a few weeks previously, and I’d been meaning to try out. “So why not try it out on this laptop?” said the evil part of my brain — the same part which forces me to spend time on Facebook instead of working.
insidebayarea.com: A national news show will air an hour program chronicling the murder case and trial of computer programmer Hans Reiser CBS's 48 Hours Mystery is set to air "Betrayal," Tuesday night at 9 p.m. on local channel CBS 5.