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|Story||Learning from the open source movement||srlinuxx||27/01/2011 - 9:12pm|
|Story||Benchmarks Of The Official KQ ZFS Linux Module||srlinuxx||27/01/2011 - 9:09pm|
|Story||Sourceforge.net attack||srlinuxx||27/01/2011 - 9:07pm|
|Story||LibreOffice 3.3: Hands-On With the Free Office Suite||srlinuxx||27/01/2011 - 7:20pm|
|Story||Ubuntu's Warm and Fuzzy Qt Embrace||srlinuxx||27/01/2011 - 7:18pm|
|Story||Opera 11.01 Final Released||srlinuxx||27/01/2011 - 5:10pm|
|Story||My Ubuntu Adventure||srlinuxx||27/01/2011 - 5:06pm|
|Story||Arx Fatalis Linux Port Progress||srlinuxx||27/01/2011 - 5:04pm|
|Story||Spotlight on Linux: Puppy Linux 5.2||srlinuxx||27/01/2011 - 5:03pm|
|Story||Sabayon Linux 5.5 Released||srlinuxx||27/01/2011 - 4:57pm|
If you've ever been frustrated with the artificial intelligence (AI) in video games, then you are a prime candidate for Neuro-Evolving Robotic Operatives (N.E.R.O.), a cross-platform combat game where the key to winning is training your own intelligent non-player characters. On the field of play, the only rule is "let the best AI win." I tested my skills with the Linux client, and found N.E.R.O. to be a very different sort of game.
A REPORT commissioned by the French prime minister has called for the country's bureaucrats to adopt the OpenDocument Format.
Mark Shuttleworth explained at Sundown that Ubuntu is looking into ways to include demoscene animation during the wait for Ubuntu to boot. The project returns to the origins of the demo scene, an identity projected while loading software.
Theo de Raadt, the leader of the OpenBSD project and a vociferous crusader for hardware (especially networking) documentation, recently went public with his concerns about the One Laptop Per Child project's choice to use a wireless networking chip from Marvell, a company with an unusually poor record of supporting free software operating systems, in the 2B1 laptop computer that it is developing.
I love free software. I use open-source programs and operating systems every day. But once in a while, I want to take some free software developers and shake them until their teeth rattle.
There has been some interesting stuff coming out about Flash Player 9 for Linux, and I wanted to put it all in one place for those following the development.
FEDERAL government use of open-source software will be examined to assess how many agencies have adopted Linux and other systems.
Google Inc. said Monday it’s buying No. 1 Internet video sharing Web site YouTube Inc. for $1.65 billion in stock. The deal is regarded as a largely defensive one that leapfrogs Google into a leading role in a burgeoning Internet marketplace.
Ray Noorda, the Novell Inc. founder who battled Microsoft Corp. in the early years of network computers, died Monday of complications from Alzheimer's disease. He was 82.
Many of us are doing backups of all kinds of data: from regular files, databases, to full partitions or hard drives. What I have noticed that very few peoples even think about the partition table.
I recently came across a very nice book titled "Ubuntu Linux for non-geeks" authored by Rickford Grant and published by No Starch Press. What attracted me to this book was the obvious title which makes no bones about the fact that this book is targeted at non-geeks.
I recently received a letter from a computer pro who's nearing 80. He's disgusted by "how [Microsoft] things have developed, and how most software is put out there full of errors and omissions. Help is virtually none existent. One really has to dig to find answers." So, here's my list of the best Linuxes for people who just want a working PC.
The official release of Firefox 2.0 is right around the corner and the second release candidate (RC2) was made available last week. Release candidates provide insight into the features and functionality that will be available in the final release. Much has changed since the Firefox 2.0 alpha builds were made available to the public early this year.
Command-line utilities can be powerful, but it takes some doing to make a typical desktop user work in the shell. The image manipulation program ImageMagick is one command-line program that gives users a good reason to use the CLI. Now Packt Publishing has released ImageMagick Tricks, a book that covers ImageMagick from the ground up. If you've never used ImageMagick before, this book is a good starting place.
I was fascinated to read about Software Freedom Day last month, where open source enthusiasts took to the streets around the world to celebrate open software. We've had freedom marches in favour of land rights, troop withdrawal and industrial relations laws, but I never realized proprietary software was in the same category as country invasions and reductions in workers rights.
I've been using Fedora Core 6 pre-release for a couple of days now, and I'm ready to write about my experience so far. Overall, there are both good and bad things about Fedora. Here are some things that I like about it:
Opera is a full-featured Internet tool, most notably a fully standard conforming Web browser. Opera includes pop-up blocking, tabbed browsing, integrated searches, and advanced functions like a password manager, mouse gestures, native Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) support, an email program, RSS newsfeeds, and IRC chat. It is designed to be fast andhighly customizable.
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Here is a very short (but in my opinion very useful) how-to for creating an USB boot device, which enables you to boot Debian from your memory stick.
This week in DistroWatch Weekly:
- News: Release galore, Fedora 6 postponed, VectorLinux 5.8, openSUSE vs SLED, Debian news round-up, new init system by Pardus
- Commentary: Mandriva returns to its roots
- Statistics: DistroWatch in France
- Released last week: Mandriva Linux 2007, Slackware Linux 11.0
- Upcoming releases: Frugalware Linux 0.6 roadmap
- New additions: Bluewhite64 Linux, Ichthux
- New distributions: Trinacria Linux, Yamefa
- Reader comments
Read more in this week's issue of DistroWatch Weekly....
There is no denying the buzz around Ubuntu, said Interarbor Solutions Principal Analyst Dana Gardner. Its "spark in the market" has many wondering whether it will enjoy the same success as the last Linux company to take off: Red Hat.