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|Story||Plasma Media Center 1.1 and digiKam 3.3||srlinuxx||22/08/2013 - 8:11am|
|Story||Battle of the Office Suites: Microsoft Office and LibreOffice Compared||srlinuxx||22/08/2013 - 8:09am|
|Story||Linux Mint 15 Olivia Xfce - Almost awesome||srlinuxx||22/08/2013 - 8:07am|
|Story||Joe "Zonker" Brockmeier Dons a New Red Hat||srlinuxx||22/08/2013 - 8:06am|
|Story||Linux 3.10 Kernel Receives Two Updates in One Day||srlinuxx||21/08/2013 - 11:32pm|
|Story||How Windows, OS X, and Ubuntu are slowly turning your PC into a smartphone||srlinuxx||21/08/2013 - 11:30pm|
|Story||Why Did Red Hat Ultimately Win The Battle For Monetizing Linux Support?||srlinuxx||21/08/2013 - 11:28pm|
|Story||Ubuntu Edge At $11M With Less Than Three Days Left||srlinuxx||21/08/2013 - 11:27pm|
|Story||Firefox OS smartphone sells out on eBay in US and UK||srlinuxx||21/08/2013 - 11:26pm|
|Story||some leftovers:||srlinuxx||21/08/2013 - 6:22pm|
Acrh Linux is lean, wicked and it allows all types to possibilities. It allows the user to custom tailor the distribution as per his/her taste. It has a great package manager. A package manager that is being used by lot of other distributions like frugalware, archie and faun.
linux.com: While it's unclear what Maka stands for, the "giga" part of Makagiga most likely refers to the number of tools this application has on offer. It comes with a to-do manager, RSS reader, a basic photo viewer/editor, a text editor, miscellaneous widgets, and much more. Makagiga is written in Java, so it runs on any platform with Java Runtime Environment.
OSWeekly: I hear this too often - Windows is easier to use than Linux. And so in light of this, being as I have used both operating systems for years, I thought I would put this to the test, the results are not going to make Windows users feel too good about this desktop choice overall, I'm afraid.
tectonic: Tired of the regulation grey bars at the top and bottom of your Gnome desktop and hankering after something a little cooler? Say something a little bit more like the dock in Apple's OSX? Then give AWN a run and get all the bouncing icons you can handle.
arstechnica: The Asus Eee PC challenges many conventional assumptions about mobile computing. The daring, diminutive device combines a svelte subnotebook form factor with a unique Linux software platform and a budget-friendly price—factors that could make this unprecedented product a mainstream marvel.
Rudd-O: When people talk about RPM dependency hell, I really have no idea what they’re talking about. Here’s a factual look into RPM that should set the record straight:
- aseigo: chinny chin chin
- Benchmark your system in Ubuntu
- Retrieving Linux Standard Base and Distro Information
- Nice games for your Linux box
- Fedora Firstboot
- Linux Vs Bsd - a comparison
- Desktop Linux old and new
- Ubuntu Customization Kit 2.0 is out
- Don't cry for Microsoft (the truth is, it never loved you)
- My Own Linux Distro: The Beginning
- BBC Radio Player and Linux
- Worldwide Mandriva Linux 2008 install fest
- Update on the Firefox 3 Linux Theme
- Rory Reiser Thinks His Dad May Have Killed His Mom
abhay-techzone.blogspot: Today I was downloading Ubuntu 7.10 desktop i386 iso and came across an interesting fact. I was using kTorrent and was delighted to see more than 1400 seeders and around 150 leechers. There were seeders from many countries.
Serdar Yegulalp: Back when Everex's Linux-based "Green PC" hit stores courtesy of Wal-Mart, I wasn't all that excited about it -- I saw it as being an also-ran to a much more exciting product, the Asus Eee subnotebook (also Linux-based). That said, the gPC is apparently selling like mad -- and now I think I see why: it's the Linux version of the Mac Mini, sort of.
linuxdevices: DingCheng Electronics has announced a GPS-enabled PC that fits "double DIN" stereo bays. The CarPC 102 has a 4x45W amp, and runs Red Flag Linux or Windows on a 1.1GHz Pentium M processor.
- Emulate Google’s Android Mobile Stack in Linux
- Printing from Firefox on Gentoo
- Fix for Master password expose for Pidgin
- Two Finger Scrolling on Ubuntu
- Setting up openSUSE in VMware Workstation
- Installing Ubuntu to a USB hard drive
kdedevelopers: Do you want to help improve KStars, but don't want to do programming or debugging? Do you like pretty pictures?
Red Hat Magazine: Here’s a tour of the pre-alpha demo release of GNOME Online Desktop included in Fedora 8. Learn more about what it does and how you can get involved in the project.
linux.com: John Diamond is the creator and lead developer of the popular free software game Alien Arena. He turned his hobbies and a talent for coding into a small business.
phoronix: It's been nearly seven months since I wrote my first article about ATI drivers and how they literally crippled my computer and my daily life. Last month, ATI had finally released their latest drivers which contains the new OpenGL component and AIGLX support. Was this release worth the amount of hype and did it solve everyone's problems?
FOSSwire: If you’re not particularly a fan of meddling with the command line all the time, but still want to use Qemu as your virtualisation solution, QtEmu is an invaluable tool.
sfgate.com blogs: After a delay to discuss who might be present, the testimony of Reiser's son was given in court today with a social working sitting at his side.
linux.com: These three short videos -- all less than 8 minutes long -- give you an idea of Fedora 8's "look and feel" during the installation and setup process, and show you what software is installed by default. The third video shows you how to install and -- just as important -- uninstall software in Fedora 8.
linux today blog: When Fedora 8 came out last week, the first thing that came to mind was this was the first release of Fedora in recent memory that didn't have some sort of glitch associated with it.