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Infrastructure Linux News for Apr 25, 2009

  • Review: MOC, text-based audio player (Apr 25, 2009, 22:02)
    TuxArena: "Last week I put up a short guide and review of CMus, a powerful audio player using the ncurses interface. Today I'll continue with an overview with screenshots of MOC, and hopefully in a few days I'll also review mp3blaster."

  • Windows 7 and the Linux lesson (Apr 25, 2009, 18:02)
    The Register: "The same cannot be said of Microsoft and Windows. And that's causing some frustration among those who want to get on with Windows 7."

  • Impi Linux is no more (Apr 25, 2009, 16:02)
    Tectonic: "Five years after it was first launched, South Africa's Impi Linux distribution no longer exists. The distribution, which began life as a Debian-derivative and later became an Ubuntu-variant when Mark Shuttleworth invested in the company, finally reached the end of its life under the ownership of Business Connection (BCX)."

  • Using The Nouveau Driver In Ubuntu 9.04 (Apr 25, 2009, 06:02)
    Phoronix: "In this article are the simple steps on how to enabled the Nouveau driver in Ubuntu and what you can expect from this open-source, community-spawned graphics driver."

  • This weekend: LinuxFest NW (Apr 25, 2009, 02:02)
    TechFlash: "In tech circles, Washington state may be best known as Microsoft's stomping grounds -- but it's also home to a thriving community of people devoted to Linux and other open-source programs."

  • Tutorial: Build a Linux web kiosk browser (Apr 25, 2009, 00:32)
    LinuxDevices: "This third installment of Simtec's tutorial series on embedded Linux system development covers the construction of a web browser for a web kiosk system. The tutorial was written by ARM Linux kernel hackers Vincent Sanders and Daniel Silverstone (pictured), both from UK-based embedded firm Simtec Electronics."