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Linux Top Three Takeaways from the Red Hat Summit
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LinuxPlanet: The world's biggest Linux vendor (by revenue) hosted its' annual customer and partner event, known as the Red Hat Summit.
Selling Palm to HP was a waste
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LinuxBSDos: At some point, HP abandoned webOS, deciding that it was better to sell Android devices.
Open-source software aids NPOs
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Washington Post: Although many organizations use technology to carry out international development programs, a foundation-turned-software developer isn’t exactly a common occurrence.
Joeffice, an open source office suite one developer built in 30 days
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Ars Technica: Don't like Microsoft Office? Just build your own office suite—this guy did.
Skolelinux 7.0.0 Alpha 2 Is Now Available for Testing
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Softpedia: Skolelinux 7.0.0 Alpha 2 is still based on the stable Debian GNU/Linux 7.0 (Wheezy) distribution.
yED Alternate of Microsoft Office Viso on Ubuntu Linux
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NextStep4it: It is an alternate or replacement of Microsoft office Viso on Ubuntu Linux.
Got a PRISM and Boundless Informant problem? Whisper and TOR can help
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LinuxBSDos: PRISM and Boundless Informant. Don't you just love names like that. They have a nice ring to them. But do not be fooled.
10 reasons Android beats iOS 7
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NBC News Blog: With iOS, you have only one way to navigate through the home screens and just one look for the default icons.
Updated Debian 7: 7.1 released
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Debian: The Debian project is pleased to announce the first update of its stable distribution Debian 7 (codename
Red Hat, SolidFire: SSD Storage for OpenStack Cloud
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The VAR Guy: It's been a big week for solid-state device (SSD) storage and the channel.
Seeking Surveillance Safe Search Engines
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FOSSforce: I don't really care what they find about me, but I just don't think they have the right to do that
Creating Peer.fm: Interview with Developer Ryan Lester
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The Power Base: We talk with SpaceX developer Ryan Lester about the past, present, and future, of his GPLv3 licensed music service Peer.fm.
Windows Blue Blues, Symantec Kernel Confusion & More...
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FOSS Force: We thought last week was the week for leaked government secrets on government spying. Nope.
Take a Screenshot and Edit Them in Ubuntu Desktop with Hotshots
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Ubuntu Portal: Hotshots is an alternative to screenshot applications like Shutter, is lighter and brings such attractive features can capture specific windows or only capture a specific area included a tool to easily edit the captured images.
CRUX PPC 3.0 released
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Cruxppc.org: CRUX PPC 3.0 is now available.
Flashify Sends Web Sites Between Android Browsers
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Life Hacker: Android bafflingly doesn't include browsers in web pages' share menus, so Flashify essentially corrects this issue.
Researcher To Open-Source Tools For Finding Odd Authentication Behavior
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Dark Reading: Rather than watching for communications between infected systems and command-and-control servers, companies can detect stealthy malware when it attempts to spread.
Open-source game developers have the power to sink mega conferences like E3
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UpStart: Here's some of what's coming in the next six months.
Judging Linux Innovation
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InternetNews: From the 'Net New or Just Better than Before?' files:
What's Going on with Red Hat Storage? [VIDEO]
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InfoStor: One year ago, Red Hat released its first commercial storage product.
CentOS system administration using text-based user interfaces
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Wazi: Administering CentOS 6 from the command line is not always intuitive and easy, especially when it comes to complex commands with hard-to-remember arguments and strict syntax.
Divergence in the distros: how the Linux community is splitting into a two-tier system
(Jun 15, 2013, 03:00) (4 talkbacks)
Linux notes from DarkDuck: Let's be clear about this: Linux isn't dividing into paid and unpaid. It's not going the freemium route (although the cynical will suggest that Canonical might be thinking about it).
Peppermint OS 4 out now
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Linux User & Developer: The lightweight, cloud connected distro gets its first update in a year, and ditches Openbox in favour of Xfwm4.
EU committee to probe Google over alleged anticompetitive behavior with Android
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The Verge: Google can't seem to stay out of the crosshairs of regulators in the European Union.
System76 introduces new high-end Ubuntu Linux laptops
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ZDNet: Want a gaming or workday ready-to-run Ubuntu Linux laptop? System76 has the gear you crave.
Best Newbie Distro? You Say Linux Mint.
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FOSS Force: According to our "Newbie" Distro Poll, someone considering moving from Windows or Mac to Linux should consider taking Linux Mint for a spin.
LibreOffice Gets More Code Clean-up for 4.1.0
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OSTATIC: Continued code refinement and clean-up will make LibreOffice 4.1.0 more efficient, smaller, and easier to contribute to and compile.
The Power of Linux - History Command - in Bash Shell
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TecMint: In this post, we will see how we can use history command effectively to extract the command which was executed by users in Bash shell.
How to break out of PRISM
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InfoWorld: Punningly named PRISM Break, the site includes a long list of open source software solutions that protect Internet privacy.
What Do You Want to Ask a Linux Journalist?
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InternetNews: From the 'Purveyors of the TRUTH' files:
Can You Completely Secure Linux?
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eSecurity Planet: How does Red Hat go about building and developing a secure Linux operating system?
Where Is Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7?
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ServerWatch: In a standing room-only set of sessions at the Red Hat Summit here this week, the future of Red Hat Enterprise Linux was revealed.
The Sony SmartWatch takes wearable tech into open-source territory
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VB: In an interesting twist on the open source hardware movement, Sony has just announced it’s opening up its SmartWatch for your hacking pleasure.
How To Set Up Apache2 With mod_fcgid And PHP5 On OpenSUSE 12.3
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HowtoForge: This tutorial describes how you can install Apache2 with mod_fcgid and PHP5 on OpenSUSE 12.3.
Red Hat Virtualization 3.2 announced, available world wide
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Linux User & Developer: New features in Red Hat Virtualization include Storage Live Migration, new third-party plug-in framework and support for new AMD and Intel chips.
Getting Comfortable With The Fish Shell
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OSTATIC: Fish is the Friendly, Interactive SHell, a shell that takes a modern look at the command line.
NoSQL, Hadoop Power NSA PRISM, Big Data War on Terror?
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The VAR Guy: The National Security Agency (NSA) apparently uses Hadoop, NoSQL and other open source software to wage its Big Data war against terrorism.
Debian Developers Get User Input on Systemd
(Jun 13, 2013, 13:00) (5 talkbacks)
OSTATIC: Systemd has been taking it on the chin lately because a lot of users just don't like it.
GNOME 3, Windows 95 Disconnected
(Jun 13, 2013, 12:00) (1 talkbacks)
FOSS Force: When the revolt of the GNOME users first began, most of us probably figured this story would play-out along predictable lines, again following a plot similar to what we'd seen during the KDE revolution.