novell.com/prblogs: You might have seen the articles (internetnews, InformationWeek, cnet) reporting that Linux creator Linus Torvalds said the Linux kernel is “bloated”. We think Linus is right.
- Dell to offer Mini 10v netbook with Moblin Linux… starting tomorrow
- Canonical and Dell Deliver Ubuntu Moblin Remix Developer Edition
- Intel Shows Off Moblin 2.1
- The other 'new' Linux: Moblin
- Microsoft Silverlight to run on Moblin devices
- Moblin's Momentum Will Increase Open Source OS Fragmentation
- Linpus Hones Moblin-Based Linux Lite
itnewstoday.com: I was trying to find out if Arch Linux would be a viable replacement for Kubuntu. Just when I thought I had everything set up and working, I realized that I had completely forgotten about setting up wireless and audio.
linuxlock.blogspot: The head Linux guy for IBM, Bob Sutor fairly well showed the poker hand of most Enterprise Linux entities. Briefly, he said: Linux on the Desktop isn't worth pursuing. He called it a Dead End.
opensource.org: My activities in Open Source have paid for our house, car, etc etc (despite there being no such thing as an "open source business model"). However, I have never really actively attempted to convert my wife, Erica, to use Linux.
igneousquill.net: Not long ago I had the opportunity to show off GNU/Linux to a friend. She's been a lifelong Windows users and is just your average, non-technical computer user. Everything was going fine [until] I opened the command line.
h-online.com: Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux) specialist and Red Hat developer Dan Walsh has souped up the security mechanisms in Fedora and SELinux by adding a desktop sandbox which he's calling "sandbox -X".
linuxgeeksunited.blogspot: I tried, I really did. I read all the articles. I scoured the various forums for relevant posts. I was signed up for god only knows how many mailing lists. I finally had to let it go.
- LinuxCon: The Little Things Make All The Difference
- How Muppets learned to stop licensing and love the comm
- LinuxCon: Desktop Should Be Better Than Windows
redmonk.com/sogrady: If you’ve been to enough of them, you know that conferences have very definite lifespans. The trajectories may vary according to variables like subject matter, economic conditions or the geographic location, but they’re all pretty much the same.