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- CloudPlug Wall Wart Backs Up Linux
Linux Planet: "Tiny wall wart computers are everywhere, providing useful services, ease of use, and using little power. Paul Ferrill reviews the CloudPlug, a cross-platform, expandable backup server for both local and offsite storage"
- Getting know a hardware of your Linux box
Linuxconfig: "Here is a list of commands which should help you to troubleshoot your hardware and find some information about it. This is not a ultimate troubleshooting guide but certainly will serve as a good starting point."
- RIAA/MPAA Want Monitoring Software, Border Checks
OSNews: "Another article on intellectual property enforcement? Yes, since I consider this to be the most important struggle technology has to face over the coming decade."
- PDF Export in OpenOffice.org
Linux Journal: "The latest versions of OpenOffice.org provide, for no cost, most of the features available in Acrobat Standard for $299 -- to say nothing of a few features that even Acrobat Pro Extended does not include even at $699."
- QA with rPath Founder & CTO: "Just Use Linux"
Linux.com: "Linux is very popular in cloud initiatives. It functions very well in a headless environment, and the licensing model means that customers don't have to count how many machines are running."
- Don't let gaming be an excuse to not use Linux
Jimmy Burnett: "The truth is, Linux isn't a gaming machine and isn't designed to run games, although there are some popular titles with Linux support such as Call of Duty Modern Warfare."
- The New Wallpapers of Ubuntu 10.04 LTS
Softpedia: "While Canonical failed once again to deliver that "professional-looking theme" everyone was expecting (promised since the time when Ubuntu 9.10 was still under development), it introduced some nice themes created by various users of the community for the upcoming release of Ubuntu 10.04 LTS (Lucid Lynx): Ambiance and Radiance. Today, we announce the new wallpapers added by Canonical in Lucid Lynx."
- Google in talks to re-admit Android to Linux kernel
The Register: "Android's deviant Linux could be re-admitted to the main kernel following talks at the Linux Collaboration Summit in San Francisco today and Friday."
- Creating an Underwater Scene in Blender- Part 1
Packt: "We will begin by creating the terrain for the underwater environment. In the sequel of the article, we will learn how to add vegetation, pebbles and corals. After which we will discuss how to add distant terrains, lighting effects and finally composition."
- Weekly Ten: Big Android in Your Living Room, Google Android Tablet, Mozilla Survival
Tech Source: "9. People of Lava Want to Put a Big Android in Your Living Room Android is not just for smartphones anymore -- in fact, a Swedish company has just unveiled the first Android-based TV."
- Netlive: an interesting alternative to the Linux Terminal Server Project
Zona-M: "Netlive is a slightly unusual distribution developed in Italy: a live version of Linux that makes available on demand any other live version of Linux chosen by its administrators to all the computers of its local network."
- Migrate to GRUB 2
IBM Developerworks: "The tools used to boot Linux� are changing. Specifically, the Grand Unified Bootloader (GRUB) is now officially in maintenance mode only, and GRUB's developers have abandoned the original GRUB in favor of an entirely rewritten package, known as GRUB 2. Discover GRUB 2's new capabilities and how to use it."
- 10 things the Internet has ruined and five things it hasn't
Infoworld: "From sex to Nigeria to arguments in bars to Chuck Norris: The Internet has badly affected them all (except Chuck Norris)"
- Is Linux graying?
Cyber Cynic: "The Linux kernel panel at the Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit is usually a glimpse into Linux's future, but this time it was also a reflection on how far Linux has come and how its leadership is growing older."
- Linux-ready netbook touted for eight-hour battery life
LinuxDevices: "ZaReason is shipping a Linux-ready, 10-inch netbook that uses the Intel Atom N450 processor and is claimed to offer eight hours of battery life."
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