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Linux News for Aug 28, 2010

  • Paul Allen Sues Apple, Google, Others Over Patents (Aug 28, 2010, 23:06)
    Wall Street Journal: "Billionaire Paul Allen has made major forays into cable television and sports teams since leaving Microsoft Corp. more than two decades ago. Now he's adding another pursuit: patent litigation."

  • GCC - 'We make free software affordable' (Aug 28, 2010, 19:06)
    The H Open: "GCC and GNU Emacs are the two facets of the GNU operating system that have probably done more than any other to take GNU and free software from idealistic concept to a utilitarian reality."

  • An update on JavaOne (Google Cancels) (Aug 28, 2010, 15:59)
    Google Code Blog: "...we're sad to announce that we won't be able to present at JavaOne this year. We wish that we could, but Oracle's recent lawsuit against Google and open source has made it impossible for us..."

  • Six things I wish Mom told me (about ssh) (Aug 28, 2010, 15:06)
    Ksplice: "If you've ever seriously used a Linux system, you're probably already familiar with at least the basics of ssh. But you're hungry for more. In this post, we'll show you six ssh tips that'll help take you to the next level."

  • Indian admins love Linux, stuck on Windows (Aug 28, 2010, 11:06)
    ZDNet AU: "Linux and open source ruled the conversation during ZDNet Australia's IT Priorities Roundtable discussion in Mumbai."

  • PlayOnLinux 3.8 has been released (Aug 28, 2010, 07:06)
    Wine-Reviews: "PlayOnLinux 3.8 is now out! A lot of bugs have been fixed"

  • Work faster and be more productive on Linux with Compiz and Gnome-do (Aug 28, 2010, 03:06)
    Mauserrifle: "Let me introduce you to the following applications which I got running at the moment to give me the perfect desktop, that solves all my frustration: This is based on Gnome, but should work on all environments!"