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- Step Counter (My Traceroute howto)
Linux Pro Magazine: "Charly takes the name of the �My Traceroute� tool very literally. The journey is the reward for this alternative TTL-measuring utility. "
- KDE SC 4.5 Falls Short
IT News Today: "The verdict? KDE 4.5 had promise, but a lack of new features and the introduction of brand new regressions keep it from perfection."
- The five inaccurate reasons Linux beats Windows for servers
fewt@blog:~$ _: "I am always interested in a good debate of Linux vs Windows. That said, I read an article this morning talking about the five reasons that Linux beat Windows for servers. By the time I finished reading the article though I had a list of many reasons why the article was actually wrong."
- ontario linux fest cancelled
Ontario Linux Fest: "After much thought I sadly announce that there will not be an Ontario GNU/Linux Fest Conference this year."
- Chromium Graphics Overhaul
The Chromium Blog: "For some time now, there's been a lot of work going on to overhaul Chromium's graphics system. New APIs and markup like WebGL and 3D CSS transforms are a major motivation for this work, but it also lets Chromium begin to take advantage of the GPU to speed up its entire drawing model..."
Tech Drive-in: "Firefox 4.0 is probably going to be one among the most important release Mozilla team has ever made. Competition is breathing down its neck like never before. Even IE, in its latest avatar(read IE9) is fast becoming a better piece of software."
- Packt launches fifth annual Open Source Awards
Packt: "The Open Source Awards is an annual online event held by Packt Publishing to distinguish excellence among Open Source projects."
- KDE Releases 4.5.1
KDE.news: "Today, KDE updated the Applications, Platform and Plasma Workspaces to 4.5.1, new releases bringing a number of important bugfixes on top of 4.5.0."
- Movin' On...
Blog of Helios: "LT Autocare is going use the space we currently inhabit within their shop to put in an alignment rack. That being the case, we need to get our stuff together and prepare to move to another facility."
- The Cloud Server for Linux Training
Spidertools: "I wreck servers on a regular basis. Yep, I build and wreck multiple servers every day. As a Linux trainer I am always demonstrating how to build Linux servers in class and then blowing them away."
- Hold The Celebrations; H.264 Is Not The Sort Of Free That Matters
Computerworld UK: "While the "free for web use" claims for H.264 by MPEG-LA sound great and have deceived many commentators, they are nothing new and contain no good news for open source software."
- ViewSonic ViewPad 7 Android Tablet announced
Linux User and Developer: "ViewSonic have today announced the ViewPad 7, the world's first 7″ Android tablet with phone capability."
- Monitoring Android Events
Linux Magazine: "What if some of those buttons are only supposed to be available under specific device conditions? Examples include providing a button only when a connection to a remote Bluetooth peripheral has been established or some other specific device condition"
- The Last Temptation of the Linux Application Developer
IT World: "Cloud rocks. Apps on devices rock. Where does that leave deskop applications?"
- NVIDIA 256.52 Linux Driver Brings Fixes
Phoronix: "This new Linux driver release isn't overly exciting, but it does carry some prominent fixes that will please some NVIDIA customers."
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