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- An update on JavaOne (Google Cancels)
Google Code Blog: "...we're sad to announce that we won't be able to present at JavaOne this year. We wish that we could, but Oracle's recent lawsuit against Google and open source has made it impossible for us..."
- Six things I wish Mom told me (about ssh)
Ksplice: "If you've ever seriously used a Linux system, you're probably already familiar with at least the basics of ssh. But you're hungry for more. In this post, we'll show you six ssh tips that'll help take you to the next level."
- Indian admins love Linux, stuck on Windows
ZDNet AU: "Linux and open source ruled the conversation during ZDNet Australia's IT Priorities Roundtable discussion in Mumbai."
- PlayOnLinux 3.8 has been released
Wine-Reviews: "PlayOnLinux 3.8 is now out! A lot of bugs have been fixed"
- Work faster and be more productive on Linux with Compiz and Gnome-do
Mauserrifle: "Let me introduce you to the following applications which I got running at the moment to give me the perfect desktop, that solves all my frustration: This is based on Gnome, but should work on all environments!"
- Fenec Mobile Browser Lands on Android and Nokia N900
Linux Pro Magazine: "The Mozilla Project announced the alpha release of Fennec, the mobile version of their popular Firefox browser, for Android smartphones and the Nokia N900."
- The CIO and Patent Lawsuits
Dell: "You may think that the last thing on earth that could happen to your company would be that your business might be sued because it used a particular software program. You'd be wrong."
- Online collaboration with Feng Office - the ultimate alternative to OpenOffice.o
Linux User and Developer: "Feng still allows you to create text documents online, but that's just a small part of running projects, taking notes, tracking tasks, passing milestones, keeping contact with your organisation and perusing reports of how the projects are progressing."
- Preparing for Ubuntu 10.10 with the Platform Rally
Linux User and Developer: "Canonical developer, Dave Walker, shares more insight into the development of Ubunutu 10.10. This month, the Ubuntu platform sprint rally goes under the spotlight"
- 15 (More) Awesome Conky Configurations
Tech Source: "Now, here is another list of some of the most excellent and unique conky configurations that you could freely use. Enjoy!"
- The long, sordid tale of Sun RPC, abbreviated somewhat, to protect the guily and the irresponsible.
Tom Callaway: "Once upon a time (1984), Sun created an RPC implementation for Unix, with the intent of implementing RFC 707 (High-level framework for network-based resource sharing). Now, in those days, a good way to ensure that people used code that you wrote was to upload it to usenet, and in 1985, Sun did that."
- Upgrading to Windows 7 isn't Cheap
IT World: "A recent Gartner report showed what many of us already knew: Moving to Windows 7 from XP is expensive."
- MySQL SELECT Statement 101
Database Journal: "The SELECT statement is without question the most complex amongst MySQL's data manipulation statements. This article covers the syntax of the SELECT statement, exploring its many optional clauses. "
- Ubuntu 10.10 Gets New Default Wallpaper Collection, Upgraded Light Themes
Tech Drive-in: "Ubuntu 10.10 'Maverick Meerkat' keeps changing. The latest updates include a brand new default wallpaper which I think looks horrible."
- Weekend Project: Accept OpenID Logins
Linux.com: "OpenID is a critical piece of "Open Web" infrastructure. The ability to authenticate users without relying on a single gatekeeper entity puts every site on an equal playing field."
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