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Linux and Formula One

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Linux

itpro.co.uk: Formula One motor racing is no longer about famous car marques, its about precise science and using technology to shave another fraction of a second off a lap time, and Linux is playing a pivotal role in helping the race teams achieve this.

Announcing Linux Graphics Users.com

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Web

Linux Graphics Users.com is a forum created by artists, for artists in the Linux community. It is true, that most of the Linux graphics software listed on our site has their own forums (some more than one).... But, LGU is much more than just about the software, or the distro.... It's about the people.

BT bundles MS Office with Linux laptop

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Humor

reghardware.co.uk: This week's award for the Most Astutely Selected Software Bundle goes to BT after the teleco tried to hook potential purchasers of Asus' Linux-running Eee PC 900 by offering to ship it with a copy of Microsoft Office.

OpenOffice.org - a candidate for a 501(c)6?

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OSS

blogs.gnome.org/bolsh: Faced with serious, persistant maladministration and injustice in the ‘communities’ Sun controls - what can you do?

Chess in Linux

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Gaming

wheatlandlinux.wordpress: There are many (not all are very good) chess games in Linux. There is the one installed by default with the small game packages that come with Ubuntu and most versions of Linux that use Gnome, but I do not like this one very much. It is ok for basic play, but it is really not that good.

Collector’s item

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Software

manilastandardtoday.com: I have managed to amass several hundred audio CDs over the years—and I have long since given up trying to keep track of them on a spreadsheet. Entering data in this manner—especially individual track information—was simply too tedious. How best then to manage my music library?

“Don’t tell them that I love it”

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Ubuntu
  • “Don’t tell them that I love it”

  • Three Steps Forward, One Step Back
  • How To Enable BCM43xx in Ubuntu 8.04
  • Filezilla in Ubuntu 8.04
  • Repositories for Ubuntu 8.04 Hardy Heron
  • rm -rf ubuntu && cat gentoo.iso > /dev/sda1
  • Some tasks to consider after upgrading to Ubuntu 8.04 (Hardy Heron)
  • Hardy Heron moves into the Black Tower
  • Using update-alternatives to switch between Gnash and SWFdec in Ubuntu 8.04
  • Status of Sugar in Ubuntu 8.04
  • First Look: Ubuntu 8.04 'Hardy Heron'
  • Mozilla Prism in Ubuntu!
  • Ubuntu’s Hardy Heron has issues

The Perfect Desktop - Ubuntu 8.04 LTS (Hardy Heron)

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Ubuntu
HowTos

This document describes step by step how to set up a Ubuntu 8.04 LTS (Hardy Heron) desktop. The result is a fast, secure and extendable system that provides all you need for daily work and entertainment.

today's leftovers

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News
  • Linux: Try Before You Buy

  • Linux gains lightweight media-oriented graphics stack
  • Update on merged openSUSE forums
  • Rocking the Pacific Northwest with Linux
  • Meizu M3: Linux compatible MP3/Ogg player
  • You'll Get Bitten Eventually...
  • OOo: Searching and replacing for carriage returns, tabs, and other characters, using regular expressions
  • New BBC site struggles with Firefox
  • Jonathan Schwartz has the last word on MySQL
  • Social networking for sports sits on an open platform
  • Windows or open source is not the question
  • Grabbing Telnet Information On Linux Using TcpDump
  • Linux experience everything that it should be
  • Phoronix Test Suite Mailing List
  • Interview With IBM's Inna Kuznetsova on Big Green Linux

Linux mobile distro wins software award

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Linux

linuxdevices.com: MontaVista's Mobilinux 5.0 Linux distribution for mobile phones won an EDN Magazine 2008 "Innovation Award" under the software category. The award for "Innovator of the Year," meanwhile, went to Intel's 45nm semiconductor process technology team.

more ubuntu stuff

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Ubuntu
  • Installed Ubuntu 8.04 in my Quad core system

  • Upgrade to Hardy
  • What's next?
  • Desktop virtualization in Ubuntu 8.04: replacing VirtualBox with QEMU/KVM/Qemulator
  • Kubuntu Hardy: Mildly disappointing
  • Dell Doesn’t Advertise it’s Ubuntu Line

Guess What? Fox News is Responsive to the Linux Community.

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Linux
Web

blog.eracc.com: The Linux community spoke and foxnews.com listened. I received a polite message late today from Mr. Dave Denis the Director, Product Development at Fox News. Mr. Denis stated that Fox News is now aware of the problem with their Video page and is working with Maven Networks to get it fixed.

Xfce, the hidden gem of desktop environments

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Software

downloadsquad.com: In the beginning, we talked a bit about the holy war that wages onward between KDE and GNOME. Some of you aptly pointed out that there is a third desktop environment out there. Like a mouse dodging to avoid the crashing footsteps of the desktop environment giants, Xfce is often included in discussions as an afterthought.

KDE in Korea

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KDE

dot.kde.org: Following our interview covering KDE in Japan last week, we now turn to South Korea. Cho Sung Jae tell us about the Korean KDE Users Group, including some of the problems of using KDE with Korean and just how fast their broadband is.

The Linux Desktop Experience

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Linux

hinesit.com/blog: I think before undertaking the possibility of users, that is, the general public, willingly switching over to Linux the developers of Linux Desktop Applications should take to heart the experiences of the average computer user today.

Also: Will the “12:00 flashers” change Linux?

DPL teams review 2008

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Linux

Steve McIntyre: The first thing I promised to do when I became Debian Project Leader was to initiate a thorough review of Debian's teams. Well, no time like the present! I want to get an accurate, honest assessment of how our central tasks are going and how well (or not!) people are working together in our various teams.

Reiser Guilty of First Degree Murder

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Reiser

insidebayarea.com: Hans Reiser was found guilty today of first-degree murder. Reiser appeared shocked as the verdict was read, he looked at the crowd and then mumbled to the bailiffs as he was led out of the courtroom.

130 Useful Linux Based LiveCD Versions

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Linux

ubuntulinuxhelp.com: Recently a couple people asked me about trying Linux without actually installing it. Obviously the first thing that came to mind is to try versions via LiveCD. While I was fast to mention and provide the LiveCD for Ubuntu Linux, I was asked if there are other versions of Linux. Hopefully this will provide an initial list.

some howtos:

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HowTos
  • Answering package dependency questions using apt-cache and apt-rdepends

  • Using awk to extract lines in a text file
  • Workaround for Pink Shadows with Compiz
  • Debugging with Nemiver
  • Ricoh webcam under opensuse 10.3 on hp pavilion dv6000
  • Three utilities for automatically converting audio for portable music players
  • Bash Colors
  • Learn to use the openssl command-line program

more ubuntu stuff

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Ubuntu
  • Review: Ubuntu 8.04 Hardy Heron

  • Hardy Heron is hardly a snap
  • Upgrading to Ubunty Hardy: a typical dist-upgrade, so far
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