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
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
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."