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- Linux... Infected
fewt@blog: "Yesterday, it was announced that a popular software package for Linux distributions contains a backdoor giving full access to execute commands as a user on the host where this software package is installed."
- Cassidy: Linux could ease schools' tech crunch
Mercury News: "I've been hearing from the penguins since I wrote recently that if Silicon Valley CEOs want the state to improve K-12 education, then they should take a bigger role in helping those schools deploy classroom technology from this century."
- Why GNU/Linux is Unmatched � and Unmatchable
The H Open: "Users of free software are nothing if not passionate. Most of them care deeply about the code they use, and will happily plunge into the flamewars that flare up regularly across the Web. But there's another aspect that rarely gets discussed, and yet it represents one of GNU/Linux's greatest strengths: the breadth of hardware platforms supported."
- Avoiding Linux Installation Problems on the HP Mini 110 and Mini 210 Netbooks
O'Reilly Community: "I first ran into what turns out to be a recurring problem when I installed Pardus 2009 last fall. Since then I have run into an almost identical problem in openSUSE 11.2, Slackware 13.1 and SalixOS 13.1, a Slackware derivative."
- Webopedia Term of the Day: What is IP Masquerade?
Webopedia: "A Linux networking function. IP Masquerade, also called IPMASQ or MASQ, allows one or more computers in a network without assigned IP addresses to communicate with the Internet using the Linux server's assigned IP address."
- EU Takes Swipe Against 'Proprietary' Software
Top Tech News: "The European Union's top Internet official took aim at Microsoft, warning that governments can accidentally lock themselves into one company's software for decades by setting it as a standard for their technology systems."
- Ubuntu: meritocracy not democracy
Tech Radar: "Since Mark Shuttleworth forged the original team in 2004, the Ubuntu community has exploded in size, spawning a diverse range of teams across the globe."
- Broken Links in Linux File Systems can be a Security Risk
Security Blanket Blog: "Broken links in Linux file systems are not just annoying � they can also be a security risk. In a previous post, I discussed the potential dangers of unowned files and in this post I will talk about those annoying, resource consuming broken links usually considered simple file system 'lint'."
- Lubuntu 10.04 Review
Desktop Linux Reviews: "Lubuntu 10.04 is not an official derivative of Ubuntu; it is not supported by Canonical. However, it is serves a very important purpose by providing an Ubuntu distro geared toward older or less powerful computers."
- A Windows-style Fix to a WINE Problem
TildeHash: "The problem with developing a 'Windows Compatibility Layer' -- is you end up having the same problems Windows has. If WINE is compatible with anything, it seems to be mostly with Windows' flaws."
- Run any application on Chrome OS
ZDNet: "Google decided that it makes sense to allow people to run their legacy applications on Chrome OS. It's still unclear exactly how this will work architecturally, but it will be possible using a technique they have dubbed 'chromoting'."
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