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Infrastructure Linux News for Jul 29, 2009

  • Hannah Montana Linux Review (Jul 29, 2009, 22:32)
    Desktop Linux Reviews: "Sometimes I run into a remastered distro that is so odd...so strange...so disgusting...that I don’t even know where to begin in reviewing it."

  • Top 3 Linux Burning Applications (Jul 29, 2009, 22:02)
    TuxArena: "1. K3b Not many can argue against this one."

  • Aisleriot - Solitaire on Steroids (Jul 29, 2009, 19:02)
    Raiden's Realm: "That's where Aisleriot Solitaire comes in. It's a complete package of popular solitaire games in an easy to use interface that's not only easy to use, but it's stable and fun. In total, Aisleriot comes with some 40+ different solitaire games you can choose from."

  • World Of Goo is a must have for puzzle game lovers in Linux (Jul 29, 2009, 17:32)
    Ubuntu Manual: "World of Goo is a puzzle game with a highly efficient physics engine. It has won many accolades from across the world since its release. It was initially available for Wii, Windows and Mac, but lately, its available for Linux as well."

  • Go ahead and install Firefox 3.5.1 in Ubuntu (Jul 29, 2009, 17:02)
    Ubuntu Manual: "Hardly a week has been passed since the release of brand new Firefox 3.5 and it already have its first update in the form of Firefox 3.5.1."

  • About Hans Bayer (Jul 29, 2009, 16:32)
    Groklaw: "As a result, some emails by Bayer about the proposed sale to unXis were stricken from the record. I'll show you in a minute why SCO was so eager to have the emails stricken."

  • Automated spam translation keeps global spam rates near 90% (Jul 29, 2009, 15:32)
    Help Net Security: "While spam levels globally remain at a two-year high of approximately 90 percent, some European countries are seeing levels of over 95%."

  • Speaking UNIX: Man oh man (Jul 29, 2009, 14:32)
    IBM Developerworks: "UNIX has hundreds if not thousands of commands, and it's impossible to remember every option and nuance. But, happily, you don't have to: man, UNIX's built-in, online reference system, is man's best friend."

  • ARM-Based Pegatron Netbook Protoype (Jul 29, 2009, 10:32)
    Ubergizmo: "Running at a 1Ghz frequency, it is capable of playing 720p video and run basic 3D applications. While Android isn't ready for Netbooks yet, this Pegatron runs Ubuntu (Linux) just fine."

  • Are we too naive by believing that GNU/Linux is more secure by design? (Jul 29, 2009, 09:02)
    Technology FLOSS: "GNU/Linux is far more secure than Windows among other things because it's designed to be so (a real muti-user OS by design, real Networked OS by design, etc) plus other customs that we *NIX users have like not using the root account to play Frozen Bubble and so on."

  • Reviewed: Fedora 11 (Jul 29, 2009, 07:32)
    Tux Radar: "Leonidas (either named after the king of Sparta who led his troops to victorious annihilation in the Peloponnese or the chain of chocolate shops), is the 11th release of the Fedora operating system."

  • Build A Real Time Audio Studio (Jul 29, 2009, 06:02)
    PC Plus: "Linux is a fantastic platform for audio production. Find out how to build the perfect production environment."

  • Studio DV, Open Octave, And More (Jul 29, 2009, 03:02)
    Linux Journal: "Recently I profiled the latest LiVES video editing system, and in that article I mentioned that I intended to buy a camcorder for use with LiVES and other video editing software. Since then I purchased a Samsung SC-D382 midiDV recorder. Studio Dave is now on its way to becoming Studio DV."