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- Luc Calls For A Dead Linux Desktop If Keith Gets His Way
Phoronix: "Luc is very much in starch opposition to moving X.Org drivers back into the X Server to the point that he believes if the drivers are pulled back into the server that the Linux desktop will die."
- Five Features to Look Forward to in Firefox 4.0
Linux.com: "Firefox 4.0 is still a bit away from final release, but the time to think about switching is now. The Mozilla Project is releasing Firefox 4.0 beta 6 this week, and the current builds are really good. Why switch? I'll give you five excellent reasons to jump on the 4.0 train today."
- SCO v. Novell, Day 6, Monday, March 15, 2010 - as text
Groklaw: "Now we're cooking with gas. Here's Darl McBride on the stand at last, in the transcript of day 6 of the second SCO v. Novell trial in Utah. That makes it Monday, March 15th, the beginning of the second week of the trial, with the Hon. Ted Stewart presiding."
- Samsung's Android 2.2. Galaxy Tab Coming to All Four Carriers
Enterprise Mobile Today: "The Samsung Galaxy Tab blitz is underway as the mobile vendor preps for a fall release of the Android 2.2. tablet on all four major U.S. carriers."
- Canonical partners with AMI, Dell & Intel
Cyber Cynic: "Canonical, Ubuntu Linux's parent company is meeting with engineers and product managers from many top device and computer manufacturers in Taipei, Taiwan on September 24, 2010."
- Android: Opening A Pandora's Box of Licensing
Computerworld: "Like many, I have watched with satisfaction the rise and rise of the Android mobile phone platform. After all, at its heart lies Linux, and much of it is open source. But not all:"
- Install XOOPS for Powerful Open Source Content Management
Linux.com: "Both of those tools are outstanding solutions for content management. But many organizations are projects are choosing XOOPS. So what would make one choose XOOPS over other strategies?"
- 5 Best Free and Open Source File Archivers for Linux
Tech Source: "If you are looking for a capable free and open-source file archiver for Linux, you should check out this list, and then pick out the one that would suit your needs"
- LC Brazil: Consumers, experts, or admins?
LWN.net: "Your editor had the good fortune to be able to attend the first LinuxCon Brazil event, held in S�o Paulo. There were a number of interesting talks to be seen, presented by speakers from Brazil and far beyond. This article will cover three in particular which were interesting as a result of the very different views they gave on how Linux users work with their systems."
- Bcache Testing: Metadata
Linux Magazine: "In the last two articles I've examined the performance of a new kernel patch called bcache. This patch is designed to use SSD's to cache block devices (hard drives or RAID arrays) with the goal of improving performance"
- Weekend Project: Create a Live USB Key Linux Distribution
Linux.com: "Until world domination is complete, you simply cannot count on Linux being available everywhere you travel. Thus, when you're vacationing or on a business trip and need access to a Linux environment � or get the inevitable PC troubleshooting help request � you'll have to have a bootable distribution with you."
- The linux desktop is dead!
Luc Verhaegen: "Or so it will be, soon, if these guys get their way."
- Novell's Patents Are Complicating Its Sale
Gigaom: "After months on the auction block, Novell will be put out of its misery and sold within the next three weeks, according to credible sources. The only question is, why it has taken so long? The answer, according to a source close to the company, is patents. Big, juicy patents."
- Developing films the open source way
Opensource.com: "In a world where movies are produced on budgets of hundreds of millions of dollars, at a time when studios expect a huge return on their investment, in an industry where the opening weekend can make or break a film--one man refuses to live by society's (or the movie industry's) rules."
- Hack Delivers a Linux Tablet for Under $200
PC World: "Hackers have created a sub $200 Linux-based tablet device, all thanks to a little tinkering with an Internet Media Display."
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