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- Clubbing baby seals is GPL-compatible: Why Oracle can do better
Network World: "A few other folks suggested that Oracle was making a contribution, by helping to spread Linux. If so, shouldn't we all thank Oracle for its role in making Linux more popular in the enterprise? In a word, no."
- Free Up Insane Amount of Disk Space in Ubuntu by Deleting Cached Package Files
Tech Drive-in: "When you install something in Ubuntu, package files are downloaded for installation but are not automatically deleted after installation is over."
- The Grumpy Editor's Twitter experience
LWN.net: "Your editor, being the grumpy, older sort that he is, must confess that he has never quite understood the allure of services like Twitter. 140-Character broadcasts look an awful lot like a combination of the worst features of cellular short messaging and Usenet; it's conversation via bumper sticker."
- Resizing Linux partitions, Part 2: Advanced resizing
IBM Developerworks: "This article covers advanced partition resizing issues, including using Logical Volume Management (LVM) features, troubleshooting, and alternatives to partition resizing. Part 1 of this series covered basic partition resizing."
- Remotely wiping mobile phones
LWN.net: "The "remote wipe" available for (at least) Android, iOS, and Palm's webOS allows Exchange administrators to remotely reset logged-in mobile phones�removing all personal data and resetting them to factory defaults."
- Zombie cookie wars: evil tracking API meant to "raise awareness"
ars Technica: "The war against persistent zombie cookies�cookies that never seem to lose your data, even when you delete them�rages on, as users learn more about the technology."
- The real problem with Java in Linux distros
Seeing the fnords: "Java is not a first-class citizen in Linux distributions. We generally have decent coverage for Java libraries, but lots of Java software is not packaged at all, or packaged in alternate repositories."
- XKCD: debian-main
XKCD: "My package made it into Debian-main because it looked innocuous..."
- Why I Quit �Creepy� Oracle: The Father Of Java James Gosling Speaks Out
eWeek: "Talking exclusively to eWEEK, Java creator James Gosling opens up on a series of issues he declined to make public before he quit Oracle"
- Easy document management with OpenOffice.org Base
Linux User and Developer: "A no-frills personal document management system can come in handy in many situations. Read on to find out how OpenOffice.org Base can really come into its own..."
- Weekend Project: Set Up a TFTP Server on Linux
Linux.com: "Most users are familiar with FTP, but if you want to kickstart Red Hat installs, PXE boot systems, auto-provision VoIP phones or unbrick a Linux-based router, you want a Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) server. Setting one up on Linux is easy, and a perfect project to take on over the weekend."
- Editor's Note: Play Movies on TV From Your Laptop for Cheap
An easy and cheap way to connect any laptop with a VGA-out port to a TV or home theater receiver. Use your TV as a big computer screen or watch movies.
- GnackTrack Release Candidate 1 is ready for download.
GnackTrack: With this release the developers are aiming to strip out all the remaining bugs(if you find any!). The distro comes as a LiveCD which can be installed or you can download a prebuilt VMWare image.
- Goodbye Ubuntu 9.04
Softpedia: "Dear Ubuntu 9.04 users, the time has come to say goodbye to the Jaunty Jackalope release of the popular Ubuntu operating system. One month from today, on October 23rd, it reaches end of life."
- Open Source Advertisement Network announced
O.S.A.N.: This is a community project. Its goal is to advertise Free / Libre / Open Source Software and Projects among the community and on non-commercial web sites.
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