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- August 2010 issue of The NEW PCLinuxOS Magazine
PCLinuxOS Magazine: "The NEW PCLinuxOS Magazine staff is pleased to announce the release of the August 2010 issue of the PCLinuxOS Magazine."
- Intel Settles Antitrust Complaint With FTC
Hardware Central: "Federal antitrust authorities Wednesday morning unveiled details of a settlement in a major antitrust case with chipmaker Intel Corp. that alleged a longstanding abuse of the company's dominant market share to undercut rivals such as AMD and Nvidia."
- Nautilus Thumbnails With 3D-ish Drop-Shadow Effect
Tech Drive-in: "If you are an Ubuntu 10.04 'Lucid Lynx' user, you must have already noticed the annoying white border around thumbnails of pictures and videos. I mean, for some thats fine, but I always liked more of a transparent 3D kind of a look..."
- Starcraft 2 on Linux with Wine
Wine-Reviews: "Since the games official release a few days ago I have been getting a good bit of traffic on those two pages - so I figured I would put together a quick HOWTO for getting Starcraft 2 working on your Linux distro of choice."
- Wesnoth struggles with App Store's GPL incompatibilities
LWN.net: "In light of the recent GPL compliance complaint made by the Free Software Foundation against Apple's App Store, which sells and distributes software for Apple gadgets, it was probably inevitable that other problem applications would surface."
- OpenSolaris' child, Illumos, goes forward without Oracle
Computerworld: "Nexenta proclaims this "is a 100% community-driven and -owned effort that aims to provide an alternative to a critical part of the OpenSolaris distribution, freeing it from dependence on Oracle's good will.""
- Fixed: The Linux Desktop Responsiveness Problem?
Phoronix: "One of the problems commonly talked about in our forums and elsewhere is the poor responsiveness of the Linux desktop when dealing with significant disk activity on systems where there is insufficient RAM or the disks are slow."
- How to Install iTunes on Ubuntu Linux
Tech Source: "If you are new to Linux and have been using iTunes for managing your iPod, iPhone, or iPad, you may find it frustrating that there is still no native support for iTunes on Linux."
- Not Having Linux Skills is IT Malpractice
Linux Planet: "Some things seem so obvious I feel silly even saying them. And this is one of them: any IT staffer who only knows one operating system is not worth hiring."
- Design & build your own open source device
Linux User and Developer: "But let's say a fairy godmother came along (the good one, not the evil one) and made all these problems go away. Would you design your own gadget then? Of course you would. And all you need are some affordable hardware components and this guide to set you off on the right foot..."
- Preview of KDE 4.5
MakeTechEasier: "Just as KDE 3.5 was intended to be a stabilizing, long-term release, the primary goal of KDE 4.5 is to fix outstanding bugs and increase stability. Users will not be blown away by the new features, but there are a few worth noting."
- Going to IPv6 isn't going to be easy
IT World: "Recently, I've been writing a lot about IPv6, the next generation of the Internet Protocol that makes the Internet and most home and business networks go. Now, like it or lump it, we, starting with our businesses and mobile devices and eventually our home networks, are all going to have to move to IPv6."
- Pressure mounts for a swifter response to vulnerabilities
The H Open: "An end may be in sight to vendors dragging their feet when it comes to releasing patches. After Google announced that it will in future give software vendors just 60 days to patch security vulnerabilities..."
- What Does Your Desktop Look Like?
Linux Journal: "Driven by an urge to move out of my old, stale (to me, anyhow: I've been using KDE for years) KDE desktop environment, I went on an install binge, successively slapping Ubuntu Netbook Edition 10.04 (UNE), plain ol' Ubuntu 10.04, and Linux Mint 9..."
- Move your logs and temp files to RAM and watch your portable fly!
fewt@blog:~$_: "To improve performance while also improving battery life we will be moving all of your temp files and logs to RAM. This significantly reduces IO from some applications (think Firefox / flash) while eliminating the need to wake your hard drive from a sleep state (think battery life)."
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