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  • System Rescue - My Favorite LiveCD (2009-09-21 23:06:36)
    Ian's Thoughts: "My favorite LiveCD is System Rescue CD. System Rescue is a Linux system rescue disk available as a bootable CD-ROM or USB stick for administrating or repairing your system and data after a crash. It aims to provide an easy way to carry out admin tasks on your computer, such as creating and editing the partitions of the hard disk."

  • E.U. Releases E-Mails to Defend Decision on Intel (2009-09-21 22:06:36)
    NY Times: "European antitrust regulators on Monday published a torrent of internal e-mails and other company documents to back up its record fine against Intel, arguing that they showed computer manufacturers were afraid to cross the chip-making giant."

  • New Trojan virus poses online banking threat (2009-09-21 19:06:36)
    Times Online: "Cyber criminals have created a highly sophisticated Trojan virus that steals online banking log-in details from infected computers."

  • Linux, not the cloud, will save schools (2009-09-21 18:06:36)
    Computerworld UK: "He is determined, in his words, to cut unnecessary spending. M'thinks this must include school ICT unless of course enough money is saved by sacking senior teachers."

  • LinuxPR: Global Conference on Open Source (GCOS) will be held in Jakarta, on 26-27 October 2009 (2009-09-21 17:17:36)
    LinuxPR: The Association of Open Source in Indonesia (AOSI)...and in cooperation with State Ministry of Research and Technology (Ristek), and the Department of Communication and Information (Depkominfo), will be hosting the "Global Conference on Open Source" at Shangri-La Hotel Jakarta, on 26-27 October 2009.

  • The Cloud and Future Innovation: Nuclear Winter or New Opportunity? (2009-09-21 17:06:36)
    Community-Cation: "Last night, I had the distinct pleasure of speaking at the monthly Fort Wayne, IN LUG meeting. Apparently, they thought I knew something about Linux. It did not take me long to prove them wrong."

  • Red Hat JBoss Meets Apple's iPhone: Yes, There's An App for That (2009-09-21 15:36:36)
    The VAR Guy: "Chariot Solutions, a Red Hat channel partner and Catalyst Program member, has developed an iPhone application to monitor JBoss application server performance."

  • Atlanta Linux Fest: Top 9 Ubuntu Highlights (2009-09-21 13:06:36)
    WorksWithU: "More than 600 people registered to attend Atlanta Linux Fest, which was held Sept. 19. Many of the standing-room-only sessions focused on Canonical and Ubuntu."

  • Tux Takes to the Air (2009-09-21 12:06:36)
    Blog of Helios: "As far as we can research, the "concept" of Linux as a product has never been publicly advertised. Not as an ongoing advertisement..."
    Link fixed-- ed.

  • Why I Can Never Be Exclusive to Linux and Open Source on the Desktop (2009-09-21 11:06:36)
    Tech Broiler: "But even if I wanted to run Linux exclusively, the file compatibility of the current productivity stack for Linux and the lack of a few key applications that I need for work requires at least a minimal virtualized Windows environment for me to get my work done."