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Story GM of CA Technologies: 3 mainframes replaced 100's of Linux blades Rianne Schestowitz 27/12/2013 - 1:08pm
Story A Very Linux Christmas Rianne Schestowitz 27/12/2013 - 1:14pm
Story Paint an old toy for Christmas, revive an old PC with Linux. Rianne Schestowitz 27/12/2013 - 1:38pm
Story Linux distro Ubuntu enables SSD TRIM support by default Roy Schestowitz 27/12/2013 - 4:46pm
Story MK802 IV Linux mini PC giveaway Roy Schestowitz 27/12/2013 - 4:49pm
Story Wayland-Powered Hawaii 0.2 Desktop Released Roy Schestowitz 27/12/2013 - 4:53pm
Story Mark Shuttleworth interview: Taking Ubuntu beyond desktops Roy Schestowitz 27/12/2013 - 4:55pm
Story Ubuntu Is Storing Wi-Fi Passwords in Clear Text by Default Rianne Schestowitz 27/12/2013 - 7:00pm
Story Minty Day in the Linuxsphere Rianne Schestowitz 27/12/2013 - 7:57pm
Story X.Org Server 1.15 Release Has Several New Features Rianne Schestowitz 27/12/2013 - 8:33pm

Microsoft Pays $30M Settlement to Daum

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Microsoft agreed to pay a $30-million settlement to the South Korean web portal operator Daum Communications, the companies said on Friday, but the Redmond software giant faces a continuing investigation by South Korea’s Fair Trade Commission.

Dutch Record Shop Chain Migrates 1000 PCs to KDE on Novell Linux Desktop

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KDE

At first glance, a shop is not a place where you would expect to find KDE in the workplace. Yet the Dutch Free Record Shop is deploying it on a large scale as the operating system for their point of sale systems.

Taking Linux On The Road With Ubuntu

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Hardware

How about storing your operating system, including some applications, on a highly mobile device? This is exactly what the Ubuntu H2 was designed for.

Firefox 1.5 RC2 available for download

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It wasn't yet posted on the Mozilla Project homepage Thursday afternoon Pacific time, but a new beta (release candidate 2) of the Firefox 1.5 browser is now available for download.

Imagination Technologies brings best of 3D mobile gaming

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Gaming

PowerVR-enabled mobile 3D hardware acceleration facilitates advanced levels of 3D gaming performance at low power consumption. We can now show PC games like Quake III Arena and Quake Mobile running at compellingly high frame rates on a handheld device.

Cruise Report 3: New Species Discovered at Sea

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Linux

Doc expands on insights he gained while hanging with A-list kernel maintainers on last month's Linux Lunacy Geek Cruise. He states, "Linux isn't a product."

CompAmerica Claims Title to 'the Most Powerful Laptop on Earth!

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Hardware

CompAmerica announced that its newest high-end ORCA Laptop will support the brand spanking new and more powerful NVIDIA 7800 GTX PCI-Express x16 Video Adapter, coupling it to 17” Glass-View UXGA and WSXGA+ Screen offerings. The system is also said to be Red Hat Linux compatible.

Xandros, Italy's NoMachine Team Up on New Linux Thin Clients

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Linux

Linux desktop software maker Xandros and Rome-based NoMachine, which specializes in Linux terminal server remote access and management software, Thursday announced they are teaming up to build new Linux thin-client platforms.

M$ Hits Windows Vista Beta 2 Delays, Allows 2nd Hand Software

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Sources at the company told me this week that Microsoft will soon delay the release of Windows Vista Beta 2. They have stunned some in the British reseller community by allowing a discount dealer to sell secondhand volume licenses.

ANTEC ATX12V Power Supply Tester

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Hardware

One of the most difficult components in a computer to troubleshoot is the power supply. Often times it can cause the most puzzling computer problems. That's why a tool like the Antec ATX12V power supply tester is such a valuable thing to have.

New approaches to Linux package management

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Software

Traditional Linux package management systems such as RPM, Debian's dpkg, and Slackware's pkgtool present several problems for users. However, for users willing to stray from the beaten path, there are alternatives.

Microsoft in Reality — a look at the latest memos

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Big things happen at Microsoft - and in the marketplace - after Bill Gates announces a grand strategy. Now Bill has issued another sure-to-be-famous memo, along with one by Ray Ozzie, Microsoft's new CTO.

Windows Supports More Hardware Than Linux, Just Not As Well

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Linux

One of the often cited reasons for not switching away from MS Windows is it's breadth of commodity hardware support. The argument often goes something like this: "Since Windows supports all the hardware I have why would I want to risk it not working under Linux? It's better to continue to use what I know will work."

OpenSync and KDE Cooperate on Unified Data Syncing

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KDE

The OpenSync and KDE teams have joined forces to create a unified library to synchronize data from mobile devices with the data on the desktop. OpenSync, the successor to the MultiSync project, provides a modular desktop-independent synchronization platform. It can be extended by plugins to support additional devices and data types.

SAP Slams Open Source, Oracle

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OSS

"Open source is great for debugging, but it's crucial not to touch [the code]," said Shai Agassi, president of the product and technology group at SAP. He also lashed out against Oracle, refering to the takeover giant as a "pirate."

Open Source to Buy Patents

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OSS

The open-source movement will attempt to better negotiate a potential litigation minefield with the unveiling on Thursday of a company that will acquire technology patents to limit the movement’s legal exposure.

The Perfect Xen Setup For Debian And Ubuntu

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HowTos

This tutorial provides step-by-step instructions on how to install Xen (version 2) on a Debian Sarge (3.1) system. It should apply to Ubuntu systems with little or no modifications.

Linux: Secure as You Want It to Be

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Linux

Yes, Linux will be attacked more often in the days ahead, but far fewer attacks will get through than do on Windows.

Firefox marks its first year on the Net

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Moz/FF

Firefox turned 1 year old Wednesday, marking yet another milestone for the popular open-source browser.

Suse co-founder leaves Novell

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SUSE

Suse co-founder and kernel team member Hubert Mantel has resigned from Novell, the server software company that acquired the German Linux company in 2004.

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