Infrastructure Linux News for Sep 25, 2009
Dell releases world�s first Moblin netbook (Sep 25, 2009, 20:02)
APC mag: "A special edition of the Inspiron
Mini 10v run Intel's Linux-based Moblin OS goes on sale for US$299,
but also offers the netbook image as a free download."
Please Help Save European Net Neutrality (Sep 25, 2009, 19:02)
Open Enterprise: "Unfortunately, there is a
specific threat to net neutrality in Europe, hidden away in the
Telecoms Package. Here's an explanation from La Quadrature du
10 updated features in Ubuntu Karmic worth mentioning (Sep 25, 2009, 17:32)
Ubuntu Manual: "Yet another major Ubuntu
release is on the anvil. It is called Ubuntu 9.10 codenamed Karmic
Koala. There is nothing really to get excited about this new
release to be frank. Lets take a look at the list of changes with
this new Karmic release."
Ten of the best Linux file managers (Sep 25, 2009, 16:35)
Enterprise open source Toolkit: "Most users
take their file manager for granted, but perhaps it is time to look
at the range of features offered by Linux utilities, says Jack
Slackware Package Management (Sep 25, 2009, 15:32)
Begin Linux: "If you haven't played with
Slackware within the past couple of years, you may still believe
that the word "easy" doesn't go well with the words "update" and
"package management". But, two fairly new utilities, "slackpkg" and
"sbopkg", may help to change your mind."
Texas Instruments aims lawyers at calculator hackers (Sep 25, 2009, 15:02)
The Register: "Is device modding a punishable
Tutorial: Setup and Configuration of a Virtual Machine in Virtual Box (Sep 25, 2009, 13:04)
Raiden's Realm: "But what does it take to get
started with Virtualbox? Well, I'm about to show you. (be sure you
already have Virtualbox 3.x installed before starting this
Use OpenOffice Impress for flash card learning (Sep 25, 2009, 11:34)
Ghacks: "If you are currently taking classes,
or are in any situation where you need to learn a large amount of
facts you may have taken it upon yourself (or are wanting) to
create flash cards to help you with the learning process."
GNU/Linux Gaming - Vega Strike for All (Sep 25, 2009, 07:34)
The ERACC Web Log: "One of the games I play for
a while, stop playing, and keep coming back to is the trading and
battle space simulator Vega Strike. Most of us in IT know the
truism that no software is ever "finished". Vega Strike is no
exception to this truism."
Boycott Ubuntu (Sep 25, 2009, 06:04)
Tuxmachines: "Up until Shuttleworth's comment I
defended men's rights to freedom of speech. Beyond that I was
barely interested in feminists topics. I worked in male dominated
areas all my life and I guess I just accepted that's the way men
are. They tell their dirty jokes, they hang their stupid posters,
they flirt, and condescend a little."
Emtec Gdium Liberty 1000 now available for well under $300 (Sep 25, 2009, 03:04)
Lilliputing: "...it shuns the usual Intel Atom
processor for a 900MHz Loongson CPU and instead of a hard drive the
computer has a removable USB key called the G-Key."