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IBM Linux desktop.
IBM has added a Linux desktop with new virtualization capabilities to its portfolio.The Virtual Desktop, which bundles Canonical’s Ubuntu Linux, Virtual Bridges’ KVM-based desktop ...
by Virginia
Need a Solution For Bringing Your Old Platform To Linux?
Recently I've talked with quite a lot of people that have decided not to change their OS because of the difficulties to operates some of the software's they need in Linux environment. There is ...
by Virginia
100% of Hand-Set Solution'sYou Need Right Now
Tom Keating is was excited about the release of the D2 Technologies release of their Mobile Handset Solution Powered by a Google android. apparently it is the ultimate solution for all your ...
by copper
To Be Good Enough Is Not Good Enough
If you have read the very interesting discussion on Linux Hater's Blog and the wise response of Jeremy Allison on his blog (sorry Jeremy it is a blog) you might have your own opinion by now. Sure ...
by Virginia
How to Sound Like a Chipmunk in 4 Easy Steps
Incase you ever had the weird inclination to sound like a chipmunk, or Jabber the Hut, now you can! all you need is the Asterisk Voice Changer and you're a chipmunk. This apllication will disguise ...
by copper
The Arch Linux
Arch Linux is an operating system intended to be lightweight and simple. The design approach of the development team focuses on "simplicity", elegance, code correctness and minimalism.Arch is largely ...
by Virginia
Having Problem With Apple Movie Trailers?
I've been having problems with viewing Apple movie trailers on Linux recently and trying to solve all the problems I could think of I came across this post and got some solutions. I don't know yet ...
by Virginia
Its Pays To Check The Linux Compitability
If you have Linux and you want to play you should always check the computability of the game before bringing it home. Downloading games is much easier as it usually says that the games ...
by Virginia
A Very Good Question
Why did you switch to Linux? If you want to answer this question I'd love to read your comments but you might want to answer the poll at NewLinuxUser. For me it was first about the money. I don't ...
by Virginia
Don't Learn any New Programing Skills Without Reading This!
All of us are familiar with the insane pace the programing world lives in, and in which a programmer can "die" in (metaphorically speaking) if he (or she) does not keep up. Scott ...
by Virginia
Because it's Spring....
Because it's Spring and my garden is in dire need of some help - I went looking for some free landscaping software and was lucky enough to happen upon this blog Which is doing a review of exactly ...
by Virginia
It Pays To Invest In Password Management Solutions
When thinking of password management in a Linux environment there are slightly different considerations than in other environments as the risk of viruses and other malwares is much less but ...
by Virginia
Break Free With Puppy Linux
It actually took about five minutes to install Puppy Linux on the computer! There are two main reasons for using it the first is to restore files and the second is to make them disappear ...
by Virginia
Experience the Thrill of ASUS Eee PC!
Peter Watson, an Australian software developer gives us his very possitive opinion of the ASUS Eee PC. among other things, Peter Watson says It comes pre-installed with the most user-friendly ...
by Virginia
Using Perl for Shell Script, Here's Why
Just found an interesting post explaining the advantages of using Perl to write shell script instead of Bash. Advantages of using a Shell Language * Its supported in even the tinest linux ...
by Virginia
Linux friendly USB drive
All about Linux-blog has brought to my attention that kingston the major global players in the USB storage and memory market had unveiled the USB drive calld DataTraveler 150. The USB flash drive ...
by Virginia
Linux Under Attack Another Stage To Cross
I see it as part of the growth process of Linux based technology but it is really annoying when it happens to you. So if this applies to you there is solution. The problem from Ryan Naraine blog on ...
by Virginia
OpenOffice.org
OpenOffice.org 3.1 is 65 days away, and developers are finishing up more than 1000 issues targeted for this Microsoft Office killer packing an army of new features, enhancements, and bug fixes. The ...
by Virginia
Upgrading To Fedora 9 For Linux Users
If you use Fedora and have waited to see how the new version works before you upgrade your 8 version to the new 9 one you can probably feel free to install it by now. There are some problems that ...
by Virginia
New version of Playbook
Matasano.com as just released a new version of thier first product: Playbook v1.2.Playbook is a web-based command center for network firewalls. From a single console, Playbook allows firewalls teams ...
by Virginia
Are You Out Of The Loop On ULPC And Cheap XP
Is Microsoft launching a war on Linux? It certainly seems so - read this quote and you'll see that the availability of the XP at really low prices is no accident: IDG also quotes an anonymous ...
by Virginia
New features in TurboPrint 2
Turboprint is a utility that lets you use various printers that don't yet have a Linux driver. The TurboPrint printing system for Linux not only offers high-quality printer drivers, but also ...
by Virginia
Taking Part in The Linux Kernel Development Process
Michael Dolan recommends reading the book that was published by the Linux Foundation that guides developers how they can participate in Linux kernel development and the process for contributing. ...
by Virginia
A Guide You'd Want To Have
I've just read on Open Source Security about a a comprehensive step-by-step guide to enabling disk encryption in your choice of RHEL 5.2 or SLES 10 SP2. If you want to use the guide check the ...
by Virginia
FOSS.IN annual event
If there was a place i wanted to be more than anywhere else is the FOSS.IN convention, FOSS.IN is one of the world’s largest Free and Open Source Software events, held annually in India. The ...
by Virginia
Take The Guesswork Out Of The Developers Preferances
Recent survey indicates that developers are choosing MacOS and Linux over Vista. An interesting post in Fortune confirms the feeling that Vista is not very popular among developers and they ...
by Virginia
Put Open Source To Work For You
Many enterprise software companies are faced by the need to change in order to adapt to a market th is based more than ever on open source. There are very interesting discussion on the adaptations ...
by Virginia
Linux And Microsoft XP Hardware Compatibility Compared
A very interesting experiment that Luke Maciak has performed on a formatted drive suggests that in fact Linux is much more compatible than the XP to many hardwares. The problem that he found lies ...
by Virginia
Open Source Good For Business? Find Out Now
The question how the fact that a company uses open source influence it's attractiveness in term of money raising is quite interesting. The results: "Companies saw their stock price rise if they ...
by Virginia
Some Tips For Perl Users
If you among those who need some guidance as to the best way to use Perl go here. You'll find good guidance as to things that can be done and the way to do them. If on the other case this is ...
by Virginia
The Programmers of The Future.
Martin MC Brown, from computerworld.com is worried about the lack of intrest in programming in the younger generation How do we get kids interested in programming computers, as opposed to just ...
by Virginia
A lifesaver Thunderbird Extention
I don't know about you but after reading this post I realized that my life with thunderbird can be much easier. I was very happy to realize that I can save my thunderbird address book and use it ...
by Virginia
Using Intrepid Ibex
Intrepid Ibex was released on 2008-10-30, was Canonicals ninth and latest release of Ubuntu. It will be supported until April 2010. Ubuntu 8.10 has several new features including a new default ...
by Virginia
The Three Things That Once Resolved Would Make Linux So Much More Competative
Bear in mind this is the choice of Linux vendors and developers so it might not be the top 3 on the list of an home user. You can read the whole discussion with the comments here. This is the context ...
by Virginia
VMware Joins The Linux Foundation
Cloud computing is certainly the focus of many of Linux based systems and the addition of Vmware to the Linux foundation is really good news for the people that work with these systems. There is a ...
by Virginia
Microsoft Intel And The War Against The XO Laptop
After seeing that number of the comments on the post I've decided that I better respond with a discussion of my own. It is only natural for companies to try and prevent a situation that they ...
by Virginia
Improving PS3 Performance On Linux
Another IBM guide for Linux users and this time it is about maximum performance of playstation 3 on Linux. I have to agree that the contribution of Fedora is significant. There should be no ...
by Virginia
Promoting Linux
I've recently started reading the Boycott Novell blog that gives all sorts of Linux and open space news and information like this Links 24/07/2008: Another Victory for the GPlL, More Ubuntu-based Del ...
by Virginia
Solves All Your Computerization Needs!
The question of taking a chance on open source in mission critical application is discussed by Christopher Dawson in the context of the decisions that had to be made in the library where he works. ...
by Virginia
Great Achievement For Linux
Do you realize that linux is on 90% of the supercomputers? Thinking about it this is a great achievement for an operation system that was created in the dorm room of Linus Torvalds in 1991. When he ...
by Virginia

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