Infrastructure Linux News for Oct 21, 2011
Ten great Android 4 features (screenshots) (Oct 21, 2011, 22:02)
ZDNet Photo Galleries: "Ice Cream Sandwich is
looking pretty darn good."
Tech Comics: Life's Big Questions (Oct 21, 2011, 21:02)
Datamation: "I've been trying my whole life to
find the answer to this question."
Review: Lightweight Linux Distributions (Oct 21, 2011, 18:11)
Abandoned Zone: "First of all at this moment
TinyMe isn't the way to go; on the 6th of April 2011 the developer
decided to 'hibernate' the project for undetermined length. This is
in my opinion not very good news and I expect TinyMe to die."
Top 10 Benefits of Drupal (Oct 21, 2011, 17:02)
Linuxaria: "Drupal is an open-source rich with
several resources that make it incrediblybest alternative amongst
all available open source CMS (content management systems)
Will rapache return? (Oct 21, 2011, 15:02)
Always Right: "Rapache is a graphical user tool
to help you configure Apache2."
Does the New Ubuntu 11.10 Prevent You From Changing Default Apps? (Oct 21, 2011, 14:01)
Tech Drive-in: "A big definitive NO should be
Willow Garage Continues to Advance Open Source Robotics (Oct 21, 2011, 12:01)
OSTATIC: "Can open source take the field of
robotics where it's never been before?"
Firefox for Android Looks Promising (Oct 21, 2011, 11:03)
OSTATIC: "Developer Jonathan Nightingale, in a
Google Groups post, has confirmed that Firefox for Android will
soon get a native UI instead of the current XUL version."
Microsoft Contributes Biology Project to Open Source (Oct 21, 2011, 10:02)
eWeek: "Microsoft has contributed its .Net Bio
project to the Outercurve Foundation."
Unity is the end of Ubuntu (Oct 21, 2011, 08:00)
Perfect Sense:Why does Unity suck so much?
Because it assumes you're a complete retard who can only click
OpenELEC 1.0 Released (Oct 21, 2011, 06:00)
OpenELEC: OpenELEC is an embedded Linux
distribution that aims to allow people to use their Home Theatre PC
Review: Lightweight Linux Distributions (May 28, 2008, 11:15)
Abandoned Zone: "Things changed when Ubuntu
5.04 was released. This was the first time I really enjoyed Linux;
the most important things worked, it was easy and it was just