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- Set up Xen 3.4.3 Dom0 via xenified 126.96.36.199 kernel on top of Ubuntu 9.10 Server
Xen Virtualization on Linux and Solaris: "Following bellow is build Xen Host on top Ubuntu 9.10 Server.It is based on direct clone via “hg” and build Xen 3.4.3-rc4 from xensource.com , applying Andrew Lyon’s 2.6.31 patch set V12..."
- Comcast CEO defends NBC deal, unsure on Hulu
Policy Fugue: "Comcast CEO Brian Roberts headed back to Capitol Hill on Thursday to defend his company's proposed merger with NBC Universal, offering what by now are familiar assurances that the combined company won't use its market power to bully smaller cable competitors, raise prices for consumers or restrict access to Internet video."
- Installing software in Ubuntu
Ian's Thoughts: "I regularly sit in the #ubuntu channel on the Freenode network helping folks with Ubuntu issues. One of the things I see people often doing is attempting to install software from source before researching easier installation methods."
- Android vs. iPhone: Google Hires Tim Bray
Linux Planet: ""The iPhone vision of the mobile Internet’s future omits controversy, sex, and freedom, but includes strict limits on who can know what and who can say what," he wrote. "It's a sterile, Disney-fied walled garden surrounded by sharp-toothed lawyers.""
- DNSSEC Moving Ahead at .Org and ICANN
Enterprise Networking Planet: "The march to secure the Internet's core DNS infrastructure with DNSSEC is moving forward"
- Turbocharge OpenOffice.org Writer with AuthorSupportTool
Worldlabel: "The AuthorSupportTool (AST) extension belongs to the latter category. AST not just adds some random features to OpenOffice.org Writer, it dramatically enhances the word processor’s functionality, turning it into a powerful tool for working on research papers and complex documents."
- Get the Most Out of Your Open-Source Software With Redirection in Bash
Serverwatch: "It took me ages to learn bash redirection properly, and I still have to concentrate sometimes to keep my &s and my >s straight. Here's the lowdown in case you, too, have intermittent brain failure on this one."
- Help Desk: Sudden But Inevitable Betrayal
Help Desk: "So Ubersoft supports Open Source?"
- 10 Annoying Habits of a Geeky Spouse (GeekDad Wayback Machine)
Wired: "Everyone has annoying habits, and a sizable part of every successful marriage is learning to live with those things each other does that annoy you. I think it’s safe to say, too, that geeks have some habits that we think are awesome, but that non-geeks find a little…less awesome."
- Introducing the PyPy 1.2 release
PyPy Status Blog: "We are pleased to announce PyPy's 1.2 release. This version 1.2 is a major milestone and it is the first release to ship a Just-in-Time compiler that is known to be faster than CPython"
- 10 Great Linux Apps You Might Not Have Discovered Yet
Linux Planet: "The world of Linux applications continues to expand and improve, so check out Eric Geier's roundup of ten great Linux applications you might not have discovered yet: media players, Web page designer, video creation, run Linux on Windows, Windows apps on Linux, and more."
- Cracking open five of the best open source easter eggs
ars Technica: "A number of humorous yet undocumented features are hiding beneath the surface of some of the most popular open source software applications. Although easter eggs are generally easy to spot when you can look at an application's source code, there are a few that aren't widely known."
- Top 100 sites in 2010: Search giants, shopping, Facebook and a bit of porn
ZDNet: "Courtesy of Neilsen data and info-graphics at the BBC, a new visualisation has been created to explain the interactivity of users and the sites they visit in the main browsing areas of the world, including the US, Australia, Brazil and a half-dozen European countries."
- Debian: DebConf10 & 2010 Project Leader Elections
The H Open: "The DebConf organisers have announced they are now accepting proposals for contributions to this year's Debian conference. The organisers ask attendees to contribute to the annual Debian developers meeting by submitting presentations on a variety of topics."
- Shuttleworth heir opens up on Ubuntu biz
Channel Register: "When you have Mark Shuttleworth as your backer, as commercial Linux distributor Canonical does, it is a bit like having money in the bank when the bank also believes fervently in your cause."
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