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Infrastructure Linux News for Nov 23, 2008

  • 10 Amazing Linux Desktop Themes (Nov 23, 2008, 22:03)
    MyDigilife: "Dust is a concept for a new, refreshing look for Ubuntu. The idea was to take the defining aesthetic elements of Ubuntu and remix it into something clean, modern, functional, and unique...."

  • Have You Seen the Chinese Firefox? (Nov 23, 2008, 20:03) "There are Chinese web browsers, of course: there are about 250 million Internet users in China. But there's a bit more to the Chinese Firefox than simply a browser that can display Chinese characters. The new version, just announced includes a new feature: Live Margins"

  • Solaris+Ubuntu, Can You Say SolaBuntu (Nov 23, 2008, 18:03)
    FOSS Boss: "This time around I will be playing around with nexenta OS. Nexenta is a marriage between OpenSolaris and Ubuntu, or what I like to call SolaBuntu :) Solaris has a pretty decent record in the data-center. It is a solid and widely trusted paltform, however, it was showing its age pretty badly."

  • Linux And Martial Arts Humor - Linus Torvalds Vs. Chuck Norris (Nov 23, 2008, 14:03)
    The Linux and Unix Menagerie: "As per usual, we're doing our best to find some quirky and/or original humor out there on the web, since no one ever wants to work on the weekend, much less read about it."

  • Extending Nautilus, Scripting Your Way To UI Bliss (Nov 23, 2008, 10:03)
    Shantanu's Technophilic Musings: "I'm back from my vacation and this is a smallish post before we return to our regular programming (I'm full of puns.)

  • The Growth of the Newest Kubuntu Support Option (Nov 23, 2008, 04:03)
    Kubuntuway: "Kubuntu Way is a fresh new forum for Kubuntu/KDE/misc support. Dedicated boards for all Kubuntu versions..."

  • Linux Game "System of Tomorrow" Ships in Two Weeks (Nov 23, 2008, 02:03)
    OStatic: "The term "gaming console" seemed a bit misleading to me at the time -- it is ultimately where parent company Envizions Computer Entertainment would like the EVO to be -- but it is an early adopter system in the truest sense of the phrase."