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|Story||some odds & ends:||srlinuxx||23/09/2013 - 10:17pm|
|Story||DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 526||srlinuxx||23/09/2013 - 12:40pm|
|Story||some leftovers:||srlinuxx||20/09/2013 - 4:52pm|
|Story||openSUSE 13.1 Beta Released with Btrfs Testing||srlinuxx||20/09/2013 - 4:05am|
|Story||Linux kernel luminaries talk enterprise||srlinuxx||19/09/2013 - 11:55pm|
|Story||some leftovers:||srlinuxx||19/09/2013 - 1:59pm|
|Story||Linus Torvalds Talks Linux Development at LinuxCon||srlinuxx||18/09/2013 - 9:08pm|
|Story||Open source to bridge the global digital divide||srlinuxx||18/09/2013 - 9:06pm|
|Story||Slackware 14.1 on Its Way||srlinuxx||18/09/2013 - 9:05pm|
|Story||Intel: The year of the Linux desktop is here||srlinuxx||18/09/2013 - 9:04pm|
LinuxWorld: Open source software initially was a head-scratcher: “How can you make money selling something for free?” But once open source advocates clarified the meaning of free – “Free as in speech, not as in beer” – the open source economy took off.
Also: VMware vs. Xen vs. Microsoft
And: Novell NetWare vs. Microsoft networking
Enterprise Linux Log: For some it is gospel. To others, it is completely mind-bending and new. The fact of the matter is clear: Open source software, Linux included, is quickly becoming the disruptive force in IT. Some would say it has already.
- Why Ubuntu (Still) Sucks - Part 5: Epilogue
- Xubuntu 7.10 (gutsy gibbon) Screenshots Tour
- Tweak Ubuntu Software Sources To Stay Bleeding Edge
This document describes how to set up the Avant Window Navigator (AWN) on Fedora 7. The result is an eye candy, dock-like bar at the bottom of the screen as a replacement for the standard gnome-panel.
- Hyperic First Enterprise Systems Management Vendor To Support Ubuntu’s Gutsy
- Gibbon Release
- Hot Drives: Dealing with SMART data on OpenSuse 10.3
- Linus Torvalds on gcc thread-safety
- Linux Security Modules Maintainers
- Novell cries Wolfe
- Spanish computer shops to sell Free Software
- Compiler Misoptimizations
tabletpcreview.com: The Asus Eee PC 701 4G is the new affordable ultraportable notebook that's bound to be on many consumer's Christmas wishlist this year. Retailing for somewhere between $299 and $399, the Eee PC isn't exactly a workhorse, but it will do just about every basic task you'd need from a laptop. Our initial hands-on actually proves it does more than we expected.
- Can’t Think of a Color Scheme? Agave Can
- HeX: Using Darkstat & Ntop
- cups and printers stopping
- Command Line Progress Bar
- Sunbird 0.7 is Impressive
- aMSN - an alternative to Pidgin for Windows Live Messenger
- Hide Partition Icons From Your Ubuntu Desktop
- Mouse pointer disappears after switching users
- Ajust LCD brightness from command line
- Clock skew error
- Splitting tar archives on the fly
Issue 6 of Full Circle Magazine is now available. Highlights this issue include:
* Step-by-Step Ubuntu Feisty > Gutsy upgrade
* How-To : Run Photoshop plugins in GIMP, Set up Samba and Scribus pt.6.
* Top 5 - Racing Games.
crunchgear.com: Linux is great. Really, it is. I used to use it all the time as a teenager when I got into programming. But now that I’ve matured (a little) and fallen into the world of Apple, I can see that Linux on a desktop PC is not a reality.
enterpriseitplanet: Hardly a day passes where Linux isn't mentioned in IT circles and by techno-geeks everywhere. But why should you care? In this article, we'll explain why moving to Linux is a smart move for your business and your bottom line.
linux-watch: My colleague over at Microsoft Watch, Joe Wilcox, declared that "Microsoft bowed before the EU and took its whipping." Eh, after a couple of days to look at the decision, I don't think so. At best, I'd say the European Union got the more favorable end of a draw.
Serdar Yegulalp: There's a few applications that would help make Linux more of a mainstream OS, but don't expect to see them ported to Linux anytime soon. One of the least discussed in this fashion? Adobe Photoshop.
eWeek: Stephane Saux, IT Director of SFGate.com, the Web site of the San Francisco Chronicle, begins a series of questions and answers about a recent Linux migration project.
wired: The Neo1973 is the first physical manifestation of a grand idea -- a new breed of wireless handheld built for the open-source age. Using Linux, it is the first release from the OpenMoko project, a group working to create a fully open source software platform for smartphones, a community-driven alternative to, say, the iPhone.
iTWire: Just yesterday morning I was admiring the features of Fedora Core 5 on an iBook at the home of a man who is in many ways my Linux guru. He has the distribution running on various computers all made by Apple and I was quite impressed with what the developers have managed to achieve.
phoronix: This past Sunday we started our first-ever Linux Graphics Survey that looked at the usage of X.Org display drivers, hardware, and the display features being sought after by Linux desktop users. In less than four days, we received over 10,000 survey submissions!
beranger: Some people (certainly, not my sysadmin, who generally still prefers Solaris 9 to RHEL 4) don't understand why I strongly believe that a 6 months release cycle for a Linux distro is inappropriate. Fedora, Ubuntu and Mandriva have opted for a 6 months release cycle. They can't be all wrong, can they?
linux.com: During a session at the 2007 Online News Association conference in Toronto, Canada, I had a chance to point my video camera at Forbes columnist (and Fake Steve Jobs blogger) Dan Lyons. He told me that people who say he dislikes Linux are not being fair to him; that out of 70 articles he's written about Linux, 67 have been positive.
/home/liquidat: Jos Poortvliet has produced a set of videos showing some features fo the upcoming KDE 4. Until now the featured applications are some games, KTouch, Kalzium and Gwenview.
Also: Colors again
O'Reilly OnLamp: With the new features that Gnome and KDE (K Desktop Environment) are adding, each desktop environment is challenging the other for a larger share of the market. In this article I will briefly talk about the new features of both Gnome and KDE, and then look at some similarities and important differences between the two desktop environments.