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Linux News for Dec 31, 2011

  • There Is No Such Thing as Android, Only Android-Compatible (2011-12-31 22:00:42)
    Wired: The real beauty of open source software isn't that it's free; it's that it's free to change. Developers can tinker with it, strip it down or build it out, depending on their wants and needs.

  • Open Source Licensing Defuses Copyright Law’s Threat to Medicine (2011-12-31 18:00:25)
    UCSF: Enforcing copyright law could potentially interfere with patient care, stifle innovation and discourage research, but using open source licensing instead can prevent the problem, according to a physician – who practices both at the University of California, San Francisco and the San Francisco VA Medical Center – and a legal scholar at the UC Hastings College of Law.

  • Think Penguin's "Penguin Air" reviewed. (2011-12-31 14:00:42)
    The PowerBase:When in the market market for a Linux laptop, or one that simply does not have a Windows license attached to it, it can be impossible to find a good review of the units you are shopping for.

  • Recover Your Deleted Files In Linux using Scalpel Utility (2011-12-31 10:00:33)
    Linuxaria: Have you accidentally deleted an important file because you are in a habit of using "Shift+Del" rather than delete only?? Well don't panic. There is a utility named as "scalpel" which helps you in recovering the so called "permanent deleted" files.

  • $25 Linux PC 'Raspberry Pi' to Go in Production Early Next Year (2011-12-31 06:00:18)