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Record My Desktop Review for Linux

  •; By Matt Hartley (Posted by gsh on Apr 8, 2007 11:57 PM EDT)
  • Groups: GNOME, Linux; Story Type: News Story
In the past, I have been rather put off with trying to use existing desktop recording software for Linux. Whether it is closed source or open source, it simply felt like one hassle after another just trying to keep it from crashing. Then I stumbled upon RecordMyDesktop for GNOME.

KDE Commit-Digest for 8th April 2007

In this week's KDE Commit-Digest: Bluetooth support in Solid. 'Breadcrumb" navigation widget from Dolphin is made more modular to allow use in other KDE contexts. Support for different caret (text cursor) styles in Konsole. Various bugfixes in TagLib. Better AIM protocol file transfer support in Kopete. KWord gets the ability (through Kross scripting) to use an instance to import from supported file formats. KPackage starts to be ported to the SMART package management scheme. The beginnings of user documentation for the Bovo game application, whilst the initial draft of the Mailody handbook nears completion.

Debian gets new leader as Etch emerges

The Debian GNU/Linux Project has a new leader. Sam Hocevar, a French developer, who has been with the project since 2000, was elected as leader for 2007-08 on Sunday.

Debian 4.0 finally arrives!

At long last, the Debian project team released Debian GNU/Linux version 4.0 -- codename "Etch" -- on Easter Sunday, April 8, 2007. The release follows "21 months of constant development," according to the team.

Linux Foundation Announce New Members, New Standards Release, New Testkit

Now that news of the merger of the Free Standards Group and OSDL has settled in, folks are entitled to be curious to see what the Linux Foundation – the name adopted by the new organization – will do. As I was elected last month as an At Large board member, I'll take it as part of my job to let people know what happens as it happens – beginning with this blog entry.

Howto upgrade Debian 3.1 Sarga to 4.0 Etch stable version

Debian 4.0 has been released. It is recommended that you upgrade the system to latest version. Upgrading remote Debian server is a piece of cake. Currently many of our boxes are powered by Debian 3.1 Sarga.

Debian GNU/Linux 3.1 Updated

There is a new update for Debian/Sarge, this is security update only, the good news is that reading in lines, we can expect that the final release of Etch is really near, as the sarge is being moved to old stable.

I'm JADed !

In my apparently never-ending quest to revive and refresh my aging 32-bit box I decided to try installing theJAD (JackLab Audio Distribution) system. To recapitulate the source of woe with this particular machine, I'll remind readers that its PS2 ports are physically damaged, forcing me to switch my mouse and keyboard to the USB ports (the problem has something to do with the HID module). Under normal circumstances this switch wouldn't be a problem, but many contemporary distros and live discs cause the keyboard to vanish from recognition by the system, leaving me with an unusable machine.

Dreamlinux 2.2 RC1 Multimedia GL

With the release of Ubuntu 7.04 Feisty Fawn happening in just a matter of days, last month at Phoronix we had presented The Visual History of Ubuntu. In that article we went back and looked at all Ubuntu releases to date to see how it has evolved over time both when it comes to the interface as well as the changes that had made up each release. Today we are doing the same for Fedora as we look back upon its history.

Debian GNU/Linux 4.0 Etch Released

This is extracted from the Debian Site, we finally have Etch Stable released!! The Debian Project is pleased to announce the official release of Debian GNU/Linux version 4.0, codenamed etch, after 21 months of constant development. Debian GNU/Linux is a free operating system which supports a total of eleven processor architectures and includes the KDE, GNOME and Xfce desktop environments. It also features cryptographic software and compatibility with the FHS v2.3 and software developed for version 3.1 of the LSB.

LXer Weekly Roundup for 08-Apr-2007

LXer Feature: 08-Apr-2007

A weekly recap of the big stories concerning Linux and Open Source. Happy Easter!

Desi solutions fuel device developers' love of Linux

Indian engineers are helping to fuel the increasing world-wide popularity of the `free-and-open' Linux platform for a host of handy consumer devices from mobile phones to music players to portable life-saving devices — and they are doing this using internationally used chip platforms.

FOSS Symposium, Houston Texas April 24th

  • GNU/Linux And Open Source Medical Software News (Posted by dcparris on Apr 8, 2007 12:44 AM EDT)
  • Groups: GNU, IBM, Linux; Story Type: News Story
IBM's Eishay Smith, Enfold Systems Alan Runyan and a few others will be speaking at a one day symposium in Houston entitled 'Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) for Healthcare: Progress and Promise' This will be held at: School of Health Information Sciences, UT-Houston University Center Tower 7000 Fannin, 14th Floor Tuesday, April 24th Read on for the full agenda and registration info.

Thunderbird 2 Release Candidate 1 Released

Thunderbird 2 Release Candidate 1, the preview release of the next versino of the Thunderbird email client, is now available for download. Our testing community and users who want to get a sneak peek at the next version of Thunderbird should download and install this release candidate. The release notes have a detailed list of what's new in Thunderbird 2 RC 1.

Credit Suisse Disruptive Technology Portfolio Mover Of The Week ...

Red Hat's stock took one of the biggest hits last week of all the Disruptive Technology Portfolio companies, declining 5.8%. The open source software provider two weeks ago reported fourth-quarter results that were in line with expectations. However, word that multiyear contracts accounted for a quarter of bookings raised concerns that the company may be under pricing pressure and was likely the primary cause of the decline.

Mozilla Labs Adds Social Networking Features To Firefox

Content sharing tools let people keep track of their friends and all their related pictures, blogs, and other information.

Montavista's embedded Linux app dev tools go "all-plugin"

MontaVista has released a new version of its Eclipse-based toolsuite for embedded Linux application development. Application Developer Kit (ADK) 5.0 features an "all-plugin" architecture for better cross-vendor tools interoperability, supports MontaVista's new real-time oriented Pro 5.0 distribution, and comes with powerful analysis tools and virtual targets, the company said.

Innovative Sunrise Browser aids Mac Web developers

Sunrise Browser is an open source Web browser for Mac OS X intended for use as a Web developer's tool. It is not a groundbreaking achievement in that regard, but it is worth checking out due to its innovative and often unusual user interface choices.

Ibm VP Scott Handy on Big Blue's Big Plans for Open Source

  • TechNewsWorld; By Elizabeth Montalbano (Posted by dcparris on Apr 7, 2007 7:02 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Interview; Groups: IBM, Linux
"There's less concern about which OS you're on and, in fact, we're not going to cap it, we're going to see what happens with our users. We don't have a target, but I expect Linux usage will go up," said Scott Handy, vice president for Linux and open source at IBM.

Dell's March To Linux PCs Won't Be A Walk In The Park

Drivers that already ship with the Linux kernel, such as those for storage, wired networking, power management, and USB ports, won't be a problem, but others will.

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