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- Removing zombie processes
Distrowatch: "Dawn-of-the-data asks: What is a zombie process and how do I get rid of it?"
- Customize Chrome for Better Browsing
Linux Magazine: "Google Chrome has only had extensions available for a few months, but it already has a great collection of add-ons that will boost your browsing experience. We look at a handful of extensions that let you manage tabs effectively, learn more about the sites you browse, and read feeds with panache."
- Device Or Resource Busy Errors In Linux
Innovations blog: "When you try to access an object on a Linux file system that is in use, you may get an error telling you that the device or resource you want is busy."
- Google releases "Living Stories" code
LWN.net: "You are reading a standard-form news article, and when new information comes to light, the piece you're reading might just be referenced in a follow-up — but it won't be displayed in context or be easy to navigate. However, if Google's Living Stories experiment takes off following the release of its code, that won't always be the case."
- More Linux and BSD insight into Intel i830m video from David Gurvich
Click: "In addition to his first e-mail to me, David Gurvich adds more about his experiences with Intel i830m video in Linux and PC-BSD/FreeBSD:"
- SimplyMEPIS 8.5 RC2 is Available
Mepis: "Warren Woodford has released SimplyMEPIS 8.4.99, RC2 of MEPIS 8.5, now available from MEPIS and public mirrors. The ISO files for 32 and 64 bit processors are SimplyMEPIS-CD_8.4.99-rc2_32.iso and SimplyMEPIS-CD_8.4.99-rc2_64.iso respectively. Deltas are also available."
- Microsoft has stake in Novell fight
ZDNet: "Microsoft has been doing well against Linux through bluff. What the Elliott move does is threaten to make Microsoft show its hand."
- Ubuntu's New Look, a Pale Imitation of Mac OS X?
Tech Source: "Can you see the similarity? I guess I was right in saying that Ubuntu is trying to imitate the Mac OS X look"
- USB 3.0 vs. eSATA: Is faster better?
IT World: "While USB 3.0 is good, it's not as simple as "Whoever's the fastest wins." Let's take a closer look at these new and improved ports on our PCs."
- Mozilla Lands Out-Of-Process Plugins in Firefox 3.7
Netstat -vat: "One of the big things that Google Chrome introduced is the idea of out of process plugins. It's something that has now (finally!) landed in Mozilla -- albeit in the Alpha 2 release of Firefox 3.7 (officially called Mozilla Developer Preview 3.7 Alpha 2)."
- Analysis: How to get Linux to boot in one second
Electronics Weekly: "In addition to designing real-time Linux, MontaVista has been working on the development of real-fast Linux, a Linux operating system that boots Click Here! in less than 1 second."
- Linux and kids: What are the best ways to teach children about open source?
TechRepublic: "Apart from enthusiasts getting their own kids involved at home, are there special projects aimed at teaching children about Linux and open source software?"
- Advene - Annotate Digital Video, Exchange on the net
Ubuntu Geek: "It aims at providing a model and a format to share annotations about digital video documents (movies, courses, conferences…), as well as tools to edit and visualize the hypervideos generated from both the annotations and the audiovisual documents."
- Windows: New, improved & more insecure than ever
Sure, It's Secure: "Data execution prevention, a major Windows security feature, has just been busted."
- CeBIT 2010: Linux Foundation's Jim Zemlin Outlines Reasons for Linux's Success
Linux Pro Magazine: "At the Open Source Forum of CeBIT 2010, the Linux Foundation's Jim Zemlin named three reasons for Linux's success. He also identified three possible challenges for the free platform."
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