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|Story||Kernel Log: Coming in 3.10 (Part 1)||srlinuxx||07/06/2013 - 9:17pm|
|Story||Ubuntu holds its own||srlinuxx||07/06/2013 - 6:42pm|
|Story||Fedora Day Two: Customisation||srlinuxx||07/06/2013 - 6:39pm|
|Story||Young maker says Raspberry Pi is way to go||srlinuxx||07/06/2013 - 6:38pm|
|Story||today's leftovers:||srlinuxx||07/06/2013 - 4:43am|
|Story||One Week With GNOME 3: Conclusions||srlinuxx||07/06/2013 - 1:05am|
|Story||New GNOME Control Center||srlinuxx||06/06/2013 - 11:55pm|
|Story||A Look Ahead to Fedora 19||srlinuxx||06/06/2013 - 11:46pm|
|Story||A week with Fedora: Day 1 - Installation||srlinuxx||06/06/2013 - 9:48pm|
|Story||The state of FOSS Desktop Environments and Window Managers||srlinuxx||06/06/2013 - 9:45pm|
linux.com: Xen is a powerful new virtualization system that enables you to run multiple operating systems on one computer. Here's how you can install it on your Fedora machine, and how to get it configured to best suit your environment.
linuxmini.blogspot: Officially announced on 29th August 2007, Ubuntu 8.04 operating system is scheduled to be released somewhere at the end of April 2008 and the important part is that it will be supported with security updates for 5 years on the server and 3 years on the desktop.
LWN: The 184.108.40.206 stable kernel update is out. There are quite a few fixes this time around; they address problems all over the kernel.
raiden's realm: Mario. Probably one of the best and most memorable of great classic games. It still thrills and excites even to this day in all its forms. So much so that it's still spawning new and exciting versions of our favorite plumber and his friends. But what if Mario wasn't a plumber? What if he were, say, a penguin? If he were, then you'd have Super Tux!
zdnet: Veteran Microsoft security expert Jesper Johansson has said he may dump Microsoft's Windows Media Center in favour of Ubuntu-affiliated LinuxMCE after struggling with the software giant's digital-rights management software.
softpedia: Linux Mint is an elegant, up to date and comfortable GNU/Linux desktop distribution based on the very popular Ubuntu distribution. It offers paid commercial support to companies and individuals. Free community support is also available from the forums and the IRC channel.
pcworld: The initial reaction to Symphony's release has been tepid at best, for plenty of good reasons. IBM's use of the Symphony name may be a surprise, but the OpenOffice-based offering, itself, is not.
OSWeekly: It's been a wild ride, but I have definitely not regretted my choice to make Ubuntu a major part of my life. As a full-time user, I have been charged by Windows and Linux user alike for not following their own lemming-like mindsets. And this has bothered me for some time now.
linux.com: At the large school in Mexico where I'm employed as a system manager, I proposed (and got) a Linux server to replace an old Windows 2000 file server and domain controller for the alumni. I then was faced with the task of adding 3,000 users to this new CentOS 5 server. I wasn't about to add thousands of users and their passwords one by one.
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phoronix: On the X.Org mailing list, Alan Coopersmith had raised concerns over the release criteria for X11 and how with recent releases (namely X.Org 7.3), the de facto standard for making a release was far from being met.
internetnews.com: A free Unix-like OS need not be feared as something that isn't accessible or usable on a desktop. At least that's the hope with the latest release of PC-BSD version 1.4.
tectonic: The Ubuntu Linux team is planning to release Gutsy Gibbon (7.10), the latest version of its OS tomorrow. Progress on the latest release looks promising.
Also: Get ready for Gutsy Gibbon
kmandla.wordpress.com: When the final bell tolls and Microsoft is forced to confront the Linux tidal wave (instead of playing its current game of misinformation and attrition) there will be one Achilles heel that the Redmond contingent can take advantage of: Choice.
Linux Today: Printer, camera, scanner--all detected and configured in less than 2 minutes. PCLinuxOS has knocked my socks off!
computerworld: After the International Organization for Standardization voted to reject Microsoft's Office Open XML document format as a standard, the detailed results from ISO member countries give us a lot of material to analyze.
Matt Hartley: This not really public yet, but for those of you savvy enough to subscribed to Linux Fanatics, this affects you. In the past, I have talked about finding a vendor that will support a specific RaLink chipset with consistent performance and full WPA out of the box. Today, this has happened.
gartnerwebdev.com: Richard Stallman, the founder of the Free Software Foundation and The GNU Project, has had a consistent message about freedom for computer users for over 23 years. His first experiences with computers predate his work with the MIT AI Lab, which began in 1972.
Frederik's Blog: In less than two weeks time, six months after the great Mandriva 2007.1 Spring release, Mandriva 2008.0 will be ready and published. There were great ideas at the start of the development phase, and in in those six months that have passed, Mandriva has always been one of the most active projects on CIA.vc. This gives much hope for lots of improvements, so let's take a look at what can be expected from Mandriva 2008.0.
Serdar Yegulalp: One of the adages about Linux that gets passed around a lot goes something like, "It's a great system, but you really have to know what you're doing.” The other day, I got a firsthand example of that -- I got bitten by a bug in a package that's readily available in Ubuntu's software repository.