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|Story||Kernel Log - Coming in 3.6 (part 4): Drivers||srlinuxx||19/09/2012 - 7:28pm|
|Story||A Look Into StuntRally 1.7||srlinuxx||19/09/2012 - 7:27pm|
|Story||Bossies 2012: The Best of Open Source Software Awards||srlinuxx||19/09/2012 - 6:15pm|
|Story||Zorin Linux Is Heavy on the Windows Dressing||srlinuxx||19/09/2012 - 5:50pm|
|Story||Forbes Earnings Preview: Red Hat||srlinuxx||19/09/2012 - 5:46pm|
|Story||openSUSE 12.2: My first take||srlinuxx||19/09/2012 - 5:44pm|
|Story||DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 474||srlinuxx||2||19/09/2012 - 5:35pm|
|Story||Sabayon 10 Released with Four Desktop Choices||srlinuxx||19/09/2012 - 2:50am|
|Story||Desktop Linux: Has Ubuntu's Unity Surpassed the Mac?||srlinuxx||19/09/2012 - 2:27am|
|Story||Intel's new Clover Trail chip will support Android & Linux||srlinuxx||19/09/2012 - 2:26am|
kmandla.wordpress: Between 150 and 400Mhz, I usually suggest Arch (provided it’s an i686), and a GTK1 or straight X desktop. There are a couple of reasons for that. Between 400Mhz and about 800Mhz, it’s worth it to me to compile.
mozillalinks.org: The GigaOM Show had Mozilla Corporation’s CEO, John Lilly as its guest for Episode 28. John talks about the CEO transition, Firefox 3, Mozilla income, growth, the IPO theory and Thunderbird.
jono bacon: Late breaking news - it turns out that my keynote at SCALE today will be streamed live over the Internet. It kicks off at 9.55am Los Angeles time on the 9th Feb 2008. That is today.
- Son of the Rock-n-Roll DOSBox Freak Show
- Announcing openSUSE 11.0 Alpha 2
- People of openSUSE: Jake Rogers
- an interview with vorian
- Linux.com Weekly Wire -- 2-8-2008 (video)
- Customize your Titlebar
- Meet the KDevelop Crowd
- A life without Windows is nice.
- Where Are My Command Binaries
- Averatec users - watch out for Ubuntu Hardy alpha 5
- Are Open Source and Capitalism Worlds Apart?
- Live From SoCal Linux Expo: More Substance Than Style
- How not to write Python code
- Pay it Forward Works for Linux Too
- The Distro Journey Has Begun: OpenSuSE 10.3
kerneltrap.org: "With a lot of help from Ingo Molnar and Pekka Enberg over the last couple of weeks, we've been able to produce a new version of kmemcheck!" announced Vegard Nossum, adding, "the current version of the patch boots on real hardware, but we've seen freezes on some machines, so it's not perfect yet."
In this week's KDE Commit-Digest: Custom legend entries and the beginnings of the Mercator map projection (and evidence of exciting other things to come) in Marble. Support for multiple online dictionaries and the start of a vocabulary Plasma applet in Parley.
Hans Reiser, Linux Programmer currently on trial for murdering his estranged wife, is now the subject of a local theater groups' play on the hazards of the technology field.
expresscomputeronline.com: For consumers, Linux being free, this was not a big deal and most did not bother about the fragmentation issue. However, when it comes to a paid version for the enterprise segment, CIOs will be worried about the growing number of distros.
/home/liquidat: At kde-apps.org there is a little KDE package available for Sony Ericsson mobile phones which enable the user to control different (KDE) applications via the mobile phone. It works like a charm and is easy to set up.
desktoplinux.com: Get over it. We're never going to see OS/2 open-sourced. But, it just might be possible for Linux desktop users to get one of OS/2's best features: SOM (System Object Model).
Linux Today: It's that time of year again, when I am forced to use the Windows operating system. Yes, it's tax time again. All my forms are in, and I get to perform my annual rev up of TurboTax. I am wondering if perhaps a common-platform technique that all apps could work with might not be a better idea.
oreillynet.com/linux/blog: The question then becomes “Do distributions pull the kernels they use from Linus’s tree?” If so, then it follows that they pay attention to Linus’s views on Linux.
Aaron J. Seigo: Today's KDE4 application love session is all about remote access via VNC and RDP via the somewhat cryptically named krdc (which stands for "KDE Remote Desktop Client", in case you're wondering).
Dana Blankenhorn: Roberto Galloppini writes from Rome about how everyone there wants to talk about open source, but few want to do much about it.
thevarguy.com: The VAR Guy is skipping Disneyland this weekend and keeping a close eye on the Southern California Linux Expo (SCALE), which runs February 8-10 at the Westin Los Angeles. Here are five trends and themes The VAR Guy will be tracking at the event.
Also: Jono Bacon: Women in Open Source
LWN: The 22.214.171.124 and 126.96.36.199 stable kernel updates are out. Both contain quite a lot list of fixes, including a few for security-related problems.
- Installing Openbox on Foresight Linux
- An Easy Tutorial on IP Tables and Port Knocking
- Make your own portable Mandriva Flash
- Building an attractive, usable desktop on a budget laptop
- Move Background Images Folder in GNOME
- Set up a virtual FTP server with pam-mysql
- Root Password Ubuntu
- Manage documents and bibliographies with Referencer
techknack.blogspot: I recently wrote a post about KDE4 and Plasma, and my first impressions about it. Yesterday, I ran aptitude dist-upgrade to find out that KDE4 had an upgrade available. KDE 4.0.1 is here.
sys-con.com: Last year, it was estimated that more than 90 percent of the office productivity suite market was controlled by one vendor, and, historically, because of this dominance, consumers, businesses small and large, and governments have been left with few viable options.
LinuxPlanet: Two weeks ago we learned why Gimp, even though it is a superior cross-platform image-editing application, is not a "Photoshop Killer." I'm not fond of lurid headlines, but if I were to nominate a "Photoshop Killer" I pick Krita.