| Linux Today|
Linux Today News Service
рекомендовать друзьям >>
- Top 10 Outsourced IT Destinations You Haven't Thought Of
CIO Update: "First of all, let's be clear: India will remain part of your outsourcing strategy and that is despite increasing complaints about rising costs and diminishing work quality"
- Announcing the 2010 We're Linux Video Winners
Linux Foundation: "I am pleased to announce the winners of the 2010 We're Linux Video Contest. We had quite a few amazing videos to choose from, many of which captured the spirit of Linux."
- London Stock Exchange readies Turquoise for big-bang Linux migration
Computerworld UK: "Turquoise, the London Stock Exchange's large volume 'dark pool' trading platform, will go live on a new Linux-based platform in August or September."
- Two weeks with iPad
Dissociated Press: "It's been a couple of weeks with the iPad so I thought I'd post a follow-up here and report on how it's going with the pad 'o evil."
- Richard Stallman: "I Wished I Had Killed Myself"
Open... "So I was naturally intrigued to read Levy's recent encounters with some of the key hackers he wrote about back then, in his new Wired article "Steven Levy Revisits Tech Titans, Hackers, Idealists"."
- Bombono DVD�Open-Source DVD Authoring Software
Linux Journal: "Bombono is a simple to use DVD authoring program that doesn't have the steep learning curve of many others in its field. Or in the words of the Web site: �Bombono DVD is a DVD authoring program for Linux. It is easy to use and has nice and clean GUI (Gtk).�"
- Ask the Wi-Fi Guru, Episode XXVI: 2G, 3G, 4G, Wireless Printing
Wi-Fi Planet: "My Linksys WRT600N flashed with v24 DD-WRT does not work wirelessly with HP7410 all-in-one printer. The printer is able to make a connection, but I cannot ping the printer nor get other programs to recognize it."
- The Bank, the Linux User and the 9-Month Call for Help
LinuxInsider: "As he and a few other savvy users have figured out, there's no real technical barrier. All Linux users have to do is pretend to be a Mac. For nine months, the bank has been declining Heaton's persistent, polite and helpful requests"
- The lost world of the Xandros desktop
IT Pro: "The latest release of the Xandros Linux desktop edition was in June 2006, which is several lifetimes in the history of Linux. Is this the end of the line for the Xandros desktop?"
- 8 of the best tiny Linux distros
Tech Radar: "There are plenty of reasons for wanting a low-resource distro running on your computer."
- The Gallium3D Driver That Few Know About
Phoronix: "Over the night we found out about another Gallium3D driver for Xen virtualization that was actually written prior (more than a year in advance) to VMware's SVGA driver."
- Fedora 13 Beta: The Seen and (Troubling) Unseen
Datamation: "While Ubuntu has always emphasized usability, Fedora's focus has been innovation. Now in current beta, Fedora 13 (codenamed Goddard) is no exception."
- A Slimline Debian Install: It's Easier Than You Might Think
Linux Journal: "My new thing in these situations is to deploy the latest Debian in a slimmed down form. The advantage is that you end up with a completely up to date Linux distribution and it's still standard Debian underneath it all."
- Most expensive laptop ever, 24k gold and diamond macbook
Critical Cold: "This is the most expensive laptop in the world, fitted with 25.5 carats of flawless diamonds. A total of 53 diamants individually set in a solid 24ct gold apple logo."
- File system support: Ubuntu vs. OS X
Open Attitude: "Here's how I got my new Linux Mint computer to read and write to a 1-Terabyte external hard drive formatted for Mac OS X:"