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some odds & ends

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  • MontaVista Embedded Linux achieves 1 second boot

  • Lawyers shine light on real cloud concerns
  • Ubuntu 9.04's Java certified compatible
  • Ubuntu on Pilot Light: wattOS Beta 3
  • PC makers don't seem crazy about Chrome
  • Setting up a dynamic DNS service part 1: named

today's odds & ends

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  • Software and Games for linuxMint by just a click

  • Quick thoughts on the (possible) demise of OpenSolaris
  • Red Hat ups its support for system integrators
  • Publishers Are Switching to Drupal, Cost Savings Reported
  • Thoughts on the Google Chrome OS
  • Backlash: feminism considered harmful
  • LPC: Kernel/Userspace/User Interfaces Microconference
  • Seven complaints about Linux and why Windows users make them
  • Fedora having update problems
  • 2008-2009 Annual Report on China's Open-Source Software Market
  • Office 2010 Looks Like More Bloat to Me
  • The mess that libass is
  • MontaVista Toasts 10 Years in the Embedded Linux Business
  • 0 A.D. development moves to open source
  • Gran Canaria Desktop Summit 2009 – The Nepomuk Perspective
  • BBC Teams with Tim Berners-Lee on "Open Source" Documentary

more odds & ends

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  • Opera 10 Adapts Flawlessy Into Gnome Desktop - Goodbye Ugly Opera!

  • The Recipe for Linux's Netbook Success
  • Open Source is Infiltrating the Enterprise
  • 0 A.D. Game Goes Open-Source
  • iotop – simple top-like I/O monitor
  • How tinderbox is relevant to users
  • Hard disk upgrade (SATA)
  • Another Linux Myth Killed In Broad Daylight
  • Google releases open source NX server
  • Linus: Not-so-evil empire
  • Microsoft Mono move means exactly nothing
  • FLOSS Weekly 77: Jaunty Jackalope

some odds & ends & howtos:

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  • Beautify Boot in Debian

  • Netstat: Quick and useful Linux network information
  • Air NZ adopts open-source SilverStripe
  • Kubuntu Netbook Edition starts to take shape
  • Other Tomboy Stuff: On Blogging, Synchronization of Notes
  • Squid Authentication using RADIUS
  • Tutorial : Enable AMD Cool 'n' Quite in Linux
  • Putting a Fedora LiveCD onto a USB Stick from Ubuntu
  • Solution:Freezing problems with Intel Graphics driver on Ubuntu
  • Chrome OS: Remember, it's Still Vaporware
  • Customizing vim and coloring the terminal in OpenSolaris 2009.06

more odds & ends

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  • Linux on Netbooks - ALIVE and WELL!

  • Icon Theme Hacking Progress
  • Stuff like this is why F/OSS software is frustrating sometimes
  • chrome os follow-up
  • A nice collection of icons for Ubuntu and Gnome
  • Shutting the window and grabbing my hat… (switched to linux)
  • Back In Time – A Simple backup tool for ubuntu
  • SQL client and front-end for multiple database- crunchyfrog
  • Keep an external weblink pointed at your local dynamic IP (without DynDNS)

some odds & ends:

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  • Play Enigma: A Puzzle Game Unlike Any Other

  • Gnash supports YouTube [linux]
  • The Open-PC Project Announced at GCDS 09
  • Firefox 3.5 vs. Chromium on Ubuntu 9.04
  • Point-For-Point With Keir Thomas About Google Chrome OS
  • Desktop Theming and Icons

today's leftovers:

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  • Akademy 2009 Group Photo

  • New Apache board elected
  • Firefox 3.5 makes browsing a delight ... and much faster
  • LOL @ Mono outpaces Java in Linux desktop development
  • GIMP Lightning Brushes
  • Gentoo to Ubuntu Migration Part 3: Conclusion, Part 2, Part 1
  • Windows of mass destruction
  • Silverlight for Linux
  • Keeping In Touch: A Guide To Linux Audio Comm Channels
  • Google vs MS Comic
  • The Web at 20
  • Lancelot 1.7 screencast (KDE 4.3)
  • Linux Basement Episode 40 - SELF Recap

today's leftovers:

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  • Browser Comparison: Memory Usage, Speed, Acid 3 Test

  • Group test: screencasting apps
  • Ubuntu Past
  • Google Frenzy and Mono Mania
  • Peek seeks help to get Linux running
  • Ubuntu's maker: Chrome OS 'no slam dunk' just because Google announces it
  • Linux, Thunderbird, and the BlackBerry; A Love Story
  • Towards responsible disclosure
  • GNOME Annual Report 2008 released
  • Of Monopolies and Mono
  • Virtualbox 3.0: Virtualization Brilliance
  • An interview with Travis Newman
  • Five ways Microsoft has changed since Gates left
  • Life with Linux: Up and running, and changing the look
  • Linux Outlaws 101 - FISL, Fo' Shizzle

today's leftovers:

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  • Jim Zemlin: Linux the Clear Winner in Google OS News

  • Google Chrome OS vs. Microsoft Windows CNBC News Report Video
  • Life with Linux: Simplifying and starting over
  • Life with Linux: First customizations
  • Linux Mint 7 Gloria – MiniReview
  • The Future Of EGL On Linux With Mesa, Eagle
  • Funtoo-dev Mailing List - Initscripts
  • Opera Unite is a scary little Wave
  • Google Chromium gains native theming support on Linux
  • KDE 4 on Ubuntu
  • Twitter Gets In Your Face About Upgrading to Firefox
  • Tuxradar: Podcast Season 1 Episode 12
  • Oscar Mayer dies at 95

today's leftovers:

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  • Life with Linux: The basic situation

  • Don't you hate it when people say that Linux is "hard to use"?
  • Bold Prediction: "Ubuntu's Bug 1 will be closed in the next 24 months"
  • Acer Aspire One with Linpus Linux
  • Should I disable AppArmor?
  • KDE e.V. Elects New Board of Directors
  • Gran Canaria and Akademy
  • Day 2 at Gran Canaria Desktop Summit
  • X Server 1.6.2 Gets Released
  • kde4 multihead, 4.3 rc1 tasks widget crashiness, multi-head update
  • 4 Universities Move to Cooperative Support Program for Open Source LMS
  • Neptuny Joins the Red Hat Partner Program in Italy
  • Windows "Screen Of Death" now on Linux (GDM Theme)
  • Linux Foundation Appoints Executive to Support Initiatives in Europe
  • Open Source on the Agenda
  • Why Dag, Dries and RPMforge can’t fully be trusted
  • Virtualization: Pushing Linux Into Small Businesses?
  • The Software Freedom Law Show - Episode 0x11: Patented Languages
  • Firefox 3.5 vs. Chrome 3 Showdown, Round 3
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