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Opinion: There have been too many reports of Google about to do Gigantic, Enormous Things. And then they don't. Or, rather they do, but only when it comes to their real business: search. (Linux-Watch)
Nigeria has joined the league of nations that have succeeded in liberating thier citizens from the exploitative clutches of proprietary and hyper-commercial operating system (OS) software by developing local version of Linux as a credible and affordable alternative.
LinuxCertified has announced its next "Linux Fundamentals" course. The two-day introduction to Linux will broaden attendees horizons with a detailed overview of the operating system.
LinClips has posted a very interesting screencast
of the unique Ark Linux 2005.2.
If you code or play with configuration files in Linux, chances are the editor you use is either vi or Emacs. While most people agree that vi is a hacker's tool and Emacs is more of a text editor, flame wars between the two camps aren't uncommon. vile, which stands for "vi like emacs," attempts to bring together the best of both worlds.
The vendor is punching up its global and channel strategies as a countermove to keep customers on its Solaris operating system.
Last year, Dreamworks produced Madagascar, an entertaining and amazing cartoon in which some funny animals escape from a New York City zoo and end up in Africa. The special effects we all could admire in those movies had something in common. They were made by using Linux.
Most of us use our hard disks like closets, stuffing in files and then forgetting about them. But no matter how big a disk you have, it's going to run out of free space one day, and running out of disk space during an OpenOffice.org install or a system update could hurt you badly. Keeping an eye on disk usage doesn't take much time or effort. Here are some tips and tools.
Rumours of Google's potential foray into the world of desktop operating systems continue unabated. Following claims that Google is building an operating system based on Ubuntu by The Register yesterday, screen shots have started appearing on the Web, purportedly of the mythical operating system.
The KDE project Tuesday announced immediate availability of KDE 3.5.1 -- a maintenance release for the latest generation of the popular free Linux/Unix desktop. The new offering provides corrections of problems, in addition to enhanced support for existing translations and new translations, the project said.
With a name like LinuxChix, you might almost think this is a flippant group. It isn't. On the contrary, its taking on the very serious job of empowering women in technology - and extending their participation - in the world of Free/Libre and Open Source Software.
[Ed: Good intro to LinuxChix Africa. I was disappointed, however, that they didn't mention any connection to the orginal Linux Chix. - dcparris]
Sun refuses to reconsider licensing Solaris under GPL 2.0, and Linux Torvalds says Linux will not migrate to GPL 3.0, closing the door on any chance of co-mingling of code between the two operating systems.
A few months ago I selected Ubuntu 5.10 (Breezy Badger) as the new operating system on the Acer TravelMate T290LMI notebook I use at home and for work. In past years I tried other Linux distributions and always returned to Windows. Now I'm sticking with Ubuntu, but I haven't been able to give up Windows altogether yet.
he OpenVZ project (www.openvz.org) today announced improved features and performance of its operating system level server virtualization software technology.
If you have any doubts about the source of innovation in information technology, you should look at the Mozilla web site. I just counted 1,028 extensions contributed by the community. Then take a look at the themes section. Even the colossus of Redmond with its billions of dollars hasn't mustered that kind of development effort for IE from its community over the years. Now, let's get familiar with underlying reasons.
Tuesday, January 31, 2006: New Delhi: Red Hat has successfully migrated UTI Bank's critical customer relationship management (CRM) applications on the Red Hat Enterprise Linux platform.
Ken Starks is a man with a mission: He wants to see Linux succeed on the desktop. To that end, Starks has been beating the drum for Linux on his Lobby4Linux Web site the past year or so. More recently, he has launched something called The Austin Project, which has since been renamed to Linux4Austin. The project aims to bring desktop Linux to the attention of the masses with a radio ad campaign.
Some say ReactOS may slow GNU/Linux adoption, or development of pure GNU/Linux applications. This may be true, but I look at the question differently.
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