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Back In Time Does Full Linux Backups in One Click

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Software

lifehacker.com: Back In Time, a Linux backup app inspired by Macs' Time Machine and offering the same kind of no-worry, space-saving snapshot protection, is worth adding to your must-install list. Why?

Collecting and analyzing Linux kernel crashes - LKCD

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HowTos

dedoimedo.com: Having found the available information on system analysis rather sparse and/or written in such a fashion that is hardly of any use but to the people who wrote the actual documents,I have decided to write a series of articles on Linux system analysis.

gNewSense 2.2 released

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Linux

fsf.org/blogs: The gNewSense project today announced version 2.2 of its free GNU/Linux distribution. This is the second point update to the release codenamed 'deltah'.

Interview With Ricky Zhou - Fedora Project

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Linux
Interviews

howsoftwareisbuilt.com: In this interview we talk with Ricky. In specific, we talk about: Identity of the Fedora community and its relationship with Red Hat, Relationship between Fedora and other distributions, and Public opinion about the Fedora project.

How FOSS makes better programmers

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OSS

raiden.net: A hot button topic of late that I've seen rising up in the programming world is the discussion of how FOSS destroys the programming trade. Now on the surface one might think that to be true.

Tutorial: Build The Ultimate PC

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Hardware

pcplus.co.uk: You can never have enough processing power, especially if you enjoy working with 3D graphics or compiling your own software. Luckily, it's easy to use any spare machines you may have to create a single homogeneous computing mega-matrix and calculation engine just by wiring them all together.

Faceoff: PCLOS 2009.1 vs LinuxMint KDE CE 6

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Linux
PCLOS

teqnix.blogspot: In the past few days, I was lucky to be able to test drive two wonderful Linux distributions that both promises to work "out of the box" -- PCLinuxOS 2009.1 and LinuxMint 6.

Top 15 Creative and Hilarious Acronym Expansions of Emacs

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Humor

junauza.com: We all know that Emacs stands for "Editor MACroS", but several creative people have given the feature-rich text editor some innovative and rather funny definitions. --Here are a few.

RMS on Amazon's "Swindle"

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OSS

opendotdotdot.blogspot: As you've probably seen, there is concern over Amazon's plans to pull the text-to-voice capability of the Kindle e-book reader, because of misguided pressure from authors groups in the US.

Open Source 2009: It’s the Economy, Stupid. Or is it?

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OSS

linux-mag.com: About a week before attending the Open Source Business Conference last month, I heard an interview on public radio with the founder of Good News Network, a web site dedicated to reporting nothing but — you guessed it — good news.

Impi Linux is no more

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Linux

tectonic.co.za: Five years after it was first launched, South Africa’s Impi Linux distribution no longer exists.

today's leftovers:

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News
  • Firefox 3.5 beta 4 due next week

  • Mozilla Developer News 4/14
  • Should Sun buy Novell?
  • No, Sun should not buy Novell
  • Novell Unveils Service-Driven Data Centre Plan
  • Novell ZENworks
  • openSUSE on Netbooks at FOSDEM 2009
  • How To Take (Yet Another) Beating
  • SFLS - Episode 0x0B: Thoughts on the TomTom Settlement
  • Linux Foundation bows to RMS
  • Stallman discusses Free Software and GPLv3
  • Linux summit surprises
  • Open source and the mythical man month
  • Channelling the Power of Open Source
  • Training: The Missing Link in Business Adoption of Open Source?
  • Memo to Canonical: Follow Red Hat’s Partner Lead
  • Benefits of Ubuntu Server Edition
  • First update for Debian 5.0 "Lenny" released
  • Pclinuxos 2009
  • Linux Migration for the Home PC User, Part 2
  • Android Shmandroid. Who Cares?
  • Having Fun With Other Solaris Sys Admins
  • Things shouldn't always be wiped
  • PulseAudio 0.9.15 Brings Major Improvements
  • GNOME PackageKit updates
  • Compiz is getting rapidly sick of Gnome

some howtos:

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HowTos
  • Run Windows applications on top of Linux desktop with Seamless Mode in VirtualBox

  • 10 step move Kmail to Outlook
  • Understanding Sticky Windows
  • Sort CLI output by line length
  • sometimes, grep alone is enough
  • error: failed to commit transaction (conflicting files)
  • Concatenate pairs of lines
  • How To Turn Off Your Monitor Via Command Line
  • Connect to a WEP network via command line
  • Arch Linux running the latest kernel

New Attack Sneaks Rootkits Into Linux Kernel

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Linux

darkreading.com: Kernel rootkits are tough enough to detect, but now a researcher has demonstrated an even sneakier method of hacking Linux.

SLED 11: a distro for businesses, not idealists

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SUSE

theregister.co.uk: SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop (SLED) is perhaps best known as the distro whose owner Novell, in 2005, signed an extremely unpopular patent-protection deal with Microsoft. From that moment on, Novell was essentially dead to those that prize the free software aspects of Linux.

Should BC Linux users be looking over their shoulders?

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Linux

eff.org: Aside from the remarkable overreach by campus and state police in trying to paint a student as suspicious in part because he can navigate a non-Windows computer environment, nothing cited in the warrant application could possibly constitute the cited criminal offenses.

10 Best Audio Editors for Linux

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Software

techcityinc.com: I’ve compiled a list of some of the most useful Audio applications you can download totally free of charge for Linux.

Bulgarian distro offers Live CD greatest hits

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Linux

desktoplinux.com: A Bulgarian open source project has released a Live CD compilation of five popular boot-and-run Linux distributions.

New Open Source Linux Viewer

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Software

nwn.blogs.com: This eye-catching, remarkably vivid demo video shows off a Linux SL viewer built by renowned coder Opensource Obscure, using the "render-pipeline" from Linden Lab's code branch. It was so impressive, I got in touch with Obscure, for more details.

Intel wants to co-develop the GCC

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Software

h-online.com: Three Intel employees are to contribute to the development of the GNU Compiler Collection. It wouldn't be the first open source project to be supported by the giants.

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