Infrastructure Linux News for Jun 21, 2011
Ubuntu Linux, Day 19: Using 'man' and 'grep' (Jun 21, 2011, 23:38)
PC World Business Center: "Carrying over from
yesterday's examination of the Ubuntu command line, today's
installment of 30 Days With Ubuntu Linux is dedicated to 'man' and
How Would You like GNOME 2.32 on Fedora 15? (Jun 21, 2011, 19:11)
OSTATIC: "Some folks just aren't happy with
GNOME 3. Some aren't happy with the whole concept while others
think it just really needs more simmering."
PC-BSD: Devil With Human Face (Jun 21, 2011, 18:03)
Linux Notes From DarkDuck: "PC-BSD is another
system based on Berkeley System Distribution."
Firefox 5 Speeds to Release (Jun 21, 2011, 17:00)
Datamation: Mozilla embraces a Linux-like rapid
release process to deliver Firefox 5.
Oracle thinks Google owes it $6.1 billion in damages (Jun 21, 2011, 16:07)
Geek.com: "According to an expert Oracle hired,
Google could be looking at a bill of between $1.4 billion and as
much as $6.1 billion for its infringements."
Mageia 1.0 review (Jun 21, 2011, 15:01)
LinuxBSDos.com: "Mageia is a Linux distribution
forked from Mandriva Linux by former contributors and members of
Mandriva, As expected, there was a flurry of activities between the
announcement of the fork of the distribution and the first official
Fuduntu 14.10 - Now Available (Jun 21, 2011, 13:03)
~/Blog: "The Fuduntu team is pleased to
announce the general availability of Fuduntu 14.10. This release
continues our tradition of small incremental improvements."
India's $35 tablet utilizes Linux (Jun 21, 2011, 12:02)
Tech Spot: "It's been a while since we've heard
any major news about India's ambitious $35 tablet, but a new report
suggests that it's finally inching toward reality."
A Linux User Tries Mac OS X (Jun 21, 2011, 09:00)
Datamation: Realizing his household is filled
with Apple products, a devout Linux user dips a toe in the
LibreOffice 3.4 released: Is it a worthy replacement for premium Office Suites? (Jun 21, 2011, 01:03)
Ubuntu Manual: "Microsoft seems to have a tough
ride ahead, they seem to have lost the patent case for its Office
suite. Now open source tools from Open Office.Org and LibreOffice
Suites are competing aggressively with MS Office for market