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Linux News for Nov 01, 2009

  • MythTV: Turning Linux Into a Digital Video Recorder: The Front End (2009-11-01 20:03:24)
    Linux.com: "After reading the first part of this series, you should have a MythTV server up and running. To watch TV or schedule recordings you'll need to setup one or more MythTV front ends"

  • 6 of the Best Free Linux Music Servers (2009-11-01 16:03:24)
    LinuxLinks: "There is a wide range of multimedia software available for Linux which turns your machine into a jukebox. There are even dedicated Linux distributions (such as VortexBox) that turn your computer into a music server. This article identifies the best free software which enables your Linux machine to act as a music server, distributing digital tracks over a network. Such software supports popular audio formats such as OGG Vorbis, MP3 and WMA."

  • 2009 Linux Graphics Survey (2009-11-01 12:03:24)
    Phoronix: "For the past two years we have hosted an annual Linux Graphics Survey in which we ask well over 20,000 users each time their video card preferences, driver information, and other questions about their view of the Linux graphics stack."

  • The 10 biggest failures in IT history (2009-11-01 08:03:24)
    10 Things: "I recently shared a list of events I believe were pivotal in shaping today's IT industry - things like the development of COBOL and the creation of UNIX. This time around, I've listed a few of the biggest failures in IT..."

  • When hackers get the blues (2009-11-01 04:03:24)
    IT Wire: "Hacking is often a lonely profession: the wee hours are generally the most productive and communicating with an inanimate object often results in people being unable to interact in a regular manner with their human counterparts."

  • DebConf10 Debian Conference Set for August in NYC (2009-11-01 00:03:24)
    eWeek: "The Debian Project, the team behind the free Debian GNU/Linux operating system, announces that its next annual conference, DebConf10, will be held Aug. 1 to 7, 2010."