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- How To Load Multiple Desktops on One Linux Distribution
ZDNet UK: "Some distributions make it very easy to add a complete alternative desktop with a single selection. Two that I have been looking at today are Fedora 13 and Linux Mint 9. Both of those are best known for their Gnome distributions, and both have alternative "spins" for KDE, Xfce and Lxde..."
- When To Use Open Source in the Enterprise -- And When To Avoid It
DevX: "The recent collaboration between Rackspace and NASA on the open source cloud called OpenStack marks a turning point for open source software projects, which creative IT people have hidden away from their bosses for years."
- New Linux kernel borrows Google packet speeding tech
Network World: "Harnessing a pair of protocols developed by Google, the newly released version of Linux kernel should be able to speed network traffic throughput considerably."
- Open Source Software Shortcuts for Doing More with 'Less'
Serverwatch: "If you spend any time at all on the command line, you almost certainly use less (more's backward-scrollable cousin) on a very regular basis. Like me (until recently), however, you may never have taken the time to learn many of the long list of useful commands and shortcuts..."
- A CIO's Quick Guide To Open Source Licenses
Dell: "One great benefit of using Linux, Apache, and other open source software is that you can modify the code to make it perfect for your business. But open source licensing restricts how you distribute the modifications. Here's what a CIO needs to know about open source licenses."
- Who You Gonna Call? Q&A With Software Freedom Law Center's Eben Moglen
Linux Insider: "Our primary task is to help projects do what they want to do in making their software work with greater efficiency and increase the prospects that the software will be used by people around the world"
- Negroponte offers OLPC technology for India's $35 tablet
Good Gear Guide: "The nonprofit organization One Laptop Per Child wants to join forces to help develop the Indian government's planned US$35 tablet."
- Ubuntu vs. Red Hat: Who really contributes the most to Linux
Cyber Cynic: "Last week, Greg DeKoenigsberg, a former Red Hat developer on the Fedora community Linux project and now CTO of The Institute for the Study of Knowledge Management in Education (ISKME), ignited a firestorm by showing that, when it comes to code, Red Hat does far more for open-source projects..."
- The Jargon of Freedom: 60 Words and Phrases with Context
Free Software Magazine: "Why exactly is it that �Freeware� and �Non-Free Software� mean the same thing, while �Free Software� is something else entirely? And what is this business with �Free Beer�, and where can I get some? If you've asked yourself these questions, this column is for you."
- Puppet � server management made easy
Linux User and Developer: "Puppet can help you to reach a more consistent way of managing your servers. All your configuration changes are made in a central repository and pushed to your various servers, which can be Linux, BSD or Solaris."
- Linux-based Hard Drive Data Recovery Tools
Tech Source: "If your hard drive is unbootable due to corrupt partition tables, computer viruses, system errors, and other non-mechanical issues, you may consider using a hard drive data recovery tool to save your precious files or data from being permanently wiped out"
- Kernel 2.6.35 available for Ubuntu 10.04
My Thoughts: "On August 1, 2010 Linus released the 2.6.35 kernel. This kernel is now available in the git repository of Ubuntu 10.04 and you are able to compile your own 2.6.35 kernel for Ubuntu 10.04. This kernel is backported from the Maverick kernel repository."
- KRunner Dictionary Plugin Finally Available
Digitizor: "Well, it has been quite a long time coming but, finally, there is a dictionary plugin for KRunner now. Jason Donenfeld posted in his blog today that he has completed the dictionary plugin for KRunner."
- Linux 2 6 35
Kernel Newbies: "Summary: Linux 2.6.35 includes support for transparent spreading of incoming network load across CPUs, Direct-IO support for Btrfs, an new experimental journal mode for XFS, the KDB debugger UI based on top of KGDB, improvements to 'perf', H.264 and VC1 video acceleration in Intel G45+ chips, support for the future Intel Cougarpoint graphic chip, power management for AMD Radeon chips..."
- The Illumos Project decloaks on August 3
LWN.net: "A number of the community leaders from the OpenSolaris community have been working quietly together on a new effort called Illumos, and we're just about ready to fully disclose our work..."
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