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- Sloganeering in Linux/Unix - what does it say, what does it mean?
Click: "Wolvix: For those with better things to do than wobble their windows."
- FBI Goes After 'Scareware' Scams
eSecurity Planet: "The FBI said late last week that it has filed federal indictments against an Ohio man and two foreign residents in a move meant to halt one of the largest "scareware" malware scams."
- Intel to Unleash Atom-ic Power at Computex
Hardware Central: "Intel plans to introduce a series of new Atom processors at the opening of the giant Computex show in Taipei this week, as well as offer a preview a number of other offerings. But Atom will be the star of the show."
- GNU/Linux *Does* Scale � and How
Open Enterprise: "Now we have the latest figures, and they're pretty stunning. Windows is *still* on just 1% of the top 500 systems; Unix is still on 4%; but GNU/Linux has now soared to 91%."
- Linux Tip: Using a Shell Script to Set Up Your Computer
IT News Today: "Linux is full of some amazing tweaks that go far and beyond other operating systems. Last week I wrote about using scripts to simplify shell commands, and today I'm going to take that a step further, but it takes a little bit more leg work"
- Semantics is Restricting Linux Desktop Adaptation
Blog of Helios: "See, most people to my experience take words literally. When someone is faced with the term "Restricted" it forms in their mind that they are not to use whatever is deemed "Restricted"
- Set up Libvirt 0.7.7&Xen 4.0 Dom0 (126.96.36.199 pvops) on top of Fedora 13 RC2
Xen Virtualization on Linux and Solaris: "Install Xen 4.0 and Libvirt like on F12 (  ). Via my experience xend will hang for 5-7 min at startup and xen managed bridging will fail as well."
- The botnet business
IT World: "Look around you. If you're in an office or coffee shop where people are using Windows, chances are someone's PC is now, or recently has been, part of a botnet."
- Hilarious web addresses revealed in new book
Telegraph: "The compendium of ill thought out web addresses, largely from companies who naively slurred their innocent-sounding names into a single word without noticing the resulting double entendres, lists more than 150 "slurls", or slur URLs."
- Nearly every supercomputer runs Linux
IT Wire: "Announced earlier today, the 35th list of the top 500 supercomputers contains few surprises, just that Linux has almost total domination of the list."
- Icons and the FOSS desktop
Linux Pro Magazine: "Icons have always intimidated me. Except for the mouseover help, two-thirds of the time I would have no idea what function they represent. Shrink them so that they fit on a toolbar, and the obscurity is compounded by illegibility."
- Who Really Contributed the High-End Tech to Project Monterey?
Groklaw: "Here's something interesting, a Santa Cruz 8K from October 26, 1998, which consists mostly of two press releases announcing the IBM-SCO joint partnership to do Project Monterey. Guess who would be providing the bulk of the high-end enterprise capabilities and contributing them to UnixWare? Hint: Not SCO"
- Words in (AU) Copyright Act vs Time
Brendan Scott's Weblog: "We might speculate whether there will be enough paper in the world to even print the Act in 20 years' time."
- Google ditches Windows on security concerns
Financial Times: "Google is phasing out the internal use of Microsoft�s ubiquitous Windows operating system because of security concerns, according to several Google employees."
- Linux kernel 2.6.34 for Ubuntu Lucid
MyThoughts: "For all the people who are waiting for the Linux 2.6.34 kernel for Ubuntu the wait is over. The kernel is available for Ubuntu Lucid right now, the downside is that you have to compile it yourself, the upside there's an article for that."
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