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- Quick Look: Ultimate Edition 2.8 Gamers
EyeOnLinux: "I recently did a review of Ultimate Edition 2.8, a very large derivative of Ubuntu. Ultimate Edition 2.8 comes in more than one flavor though and this week I decided to take a look at Ultimate Edition 2.8 Gamers."
- How Now, Gold Bug?
Standards Blog: "Sometimes, its just turtles, all the way down"
- Entry-level LAN appliance has dedicated reset button
LinuxDevices: "Portwell announced an entry-level, rackmountable network appliance featuring Intel's Atom D510, D410, or N450 CPUs. The CAR-1000 comes with six gigabit Ethernet ports, hard disk or CompactFlash storage, a Mini PCI Express slot.."
- Python Graphics: Animation Principles
Packt: "Animation is about making graphic objects move smoothly around a screen. The method to create the sensation of smooth dynamic action is simple:"
- The High Road to HPC Tools: Lunch with Intel's James Reinders
Linux Magazine: "My yearly check-in with Intel's lead software director/evangelist covers compilers, AMD processors, new tools, benchmarks, and other developments that make ordering your bits a bit easier "
- Avast sees single software license used illegally 774,651 times
Geek.com: "Protecting your computer from malicious activity for free is easier than it has ever been. But you can guarantee if a license for a paid-for security suite appears online, some users are going to download it."
- Fanless barebone server offers dual-core Atom for $260
LinuxDevices: "Habey announced a 1U, barebone server featuring Intel's dual-core 1.8GHz Atom D525 processor, starting at $260. Able to run on 25 Watts, the EPC-6566 offers up to 2GB of DDR3 RAM, PCI Express and PCI expansion..."
- Gingerbread, Nexus S with Android 2.3 Unveiled by Google's Android Czar Rubin
Enterprise Mobile Today: "Google today rolled out Android 2.3, dubbed Gingerbread, and unveiled the first smartphone to run on the updated mobile operating system -- the Nexus S."
- Tips for Securely Using Temporary Files in Linux Scripts
Security Blanket Technical Blog: "With the ease at which you can redirect input and output within a shell script, many sysadmins store data in temporary files for processing purposes."
- USA v. Crippen � A Retrospective
bunnie:studios: "Some readers may be aware that I was called upon to perform as an expert witness in a landmark case, USA v. Crippen, where for the first time an individual, Mr. Crippen, was charged with an alleged violation of the criminal portion of the DMCA statute."
- The state of MySQL forks: co-operating without co-operating
OpenLife: "The post is long, but the key takeaway is that despite the challenges, the combined development seen in the MySQL ecosystem is probably stronger than ever, the current situation is hard for an outsider to grasp but manageable, and if a few more obstacles can be overcome, we are looking into a very bright future indeed."
- The Three Differences between Chrome OS and Android
ZDNet: "On December 7th, Google is expected to announce the release of a laptop with the first version of the Chrome operating system. Concurrently, Google is going great guns with Android. Does Google really need two operating systems? So what's going on here?"
- SCALE 9x: Is your paper submitted?
LXer: "Less than two weeks left for SCALE Call for Papers; Sponsors start lining up for event. As everyone's sights are set on the December holidays, the Southern California Linux Expo reminds those who plan to submit papers for SCALE 9X to get them in before the deadline, which is a little over a week away."
- How to Handle files with a strange name in linux shell
Linuxaria: "Sometimes it happen to find in our file system files with strange names, with that i means files with non-alphanumeric characters or spaces between different words, maybe uploaded by users, or files produced by mistake by someone or some program, and unfortunately is often not trivial to do a mv < file > or rm < file >."
- U.S. Air Force Creates Powerful Supercomputer Out Of PS3s
Gamasutra: "The Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) has connected 1,760 PlayStation 3 systems together to create what the organization is calling the fastest interactive computer in the entire Defense Department."
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