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- Python for Newbies
An alien's viewpoint: "What is Python? Python is a computer programming language created initially by Guido Van Rossum, who released it to the world as an �Open Source� �Free�program"
- How To Install OCS Inventory NG Server 2 On CentOS 5.5
Howtoforge: "This article explains how to install OCS Inventory NG Server 2 on Linux Server. OCS Inventory is a great software to make inventories. The NG Server is formed by: communication server, deployment server, and administration console"
- Secure hypervisor microkernel ready for download
LinuxDevices: "OK Labs announced the availability of a verified, "bug-free secure microkernel" version of its Linux-compatible OKL4 hypervisor. Currently downloadable free for non-commercial evaluation on embedded ARM11 or x86 platforms..."
- 1.8-inch hard disks offer more room, smaller footprint
LinuxDevices: "Toshiba announced three new 1.8-inch hard disk drives intended to save space in embedded applications. Featuring special connectors and a footprint that's ten percent smaller than before, the three MK2x39GSL drives are available in capacities of 160GB, 200GB, and 220GB"
- LCA 2011: How to catch FOSS infringers out
IT Wire: "The phenomenal growth in the use of Linux in the embedded market means that many people use and sell the kernel without knowing they are doing so. Others are aware, but choose to stay quiet, knowing that they are, in one way or another, not keeping to the terms of the licence under which Linux is published."
- Scan Tailor: A Fussy Yet Effective Scan Scrubber
LinuxInsider: "It seems that no matter how many times you wipe down the glass on a scanner, the resulting image still has specs, flecks and imperfections galore."
- Five things I love about LibreOffice 3.3
Network World: "The 3.3 release isn't a huge leap away from OpenOffice.org, but it does have some features that make it worth the switch. There's a long list of new features for the 3.3 release, but a couple stand out above the rest for me."
- LG shows Android's low-end smartphone promis
ZDNet: "My test of an LG Optimus One smartphone began inauspiciously with a combination of consternation and revulsion at its keyboard. But after two months using it as my primary phone, I wound up with a much more favorable impression of it and the prospects for Android on lower-end phones."
- UK Police Nab 5 Members of 'Anonymous' Pro-WikiLeaks Hacker Ring
eSecurity Planet: "British authorities have arrest five suspects allegedly connected to the hacking group "Anonymous," a loosely organized network that most recently grabbed headlines for bringing denial-of-service attacks against companies that severed ties with WikiLeaks."
- WebM vs. H.264: Google Bets Big on Itself
Linux Insider: "Chrome will soon turn its back on the H.264 codec in favor of Google's own WebM technology. It's risky to ditch a working standard such as H.264 for one under development, but there are potential benefits for both Google and anyone now paying licensing fees."
- Tiny Linux Plug Computers: Wall Wart Linux Servers
Linux Planet: "Little bitty wall-wart size Linux servers are handy for all kinds of kinds of lightweight deployments; Akkana Peck shows us what to look for and how to get connected"
- Review: The Linux Programming Interface
LWN.net: "Michael Kerrisk's (relatively) new book, The Linux Programming Interface (TLPI), is targeted at Linux system programmers, but it is not just those folks who will find it useful. While it is a hefty tome ("thick enough to stun an ox" as Laurie Anderson might say), it is eminently readable"
- OpenOffice.org 3.3 Released to Deaf Ears
OStatic: "One day after the announcement of LibreOffice 3.3, Oracle released the free version of OpenOffice.org. Perhaps it was due to the lack of fanfare, but it seems this release was met with a collective indifference."
- Privacy Superhero Reveals Her Plan
The Tyee: "By virtually every measure, 2010 was a remarkably successful year for Canadian privacy commissioner Jennifer Stoddart. Riding the wave of high profile investigations into the privacy practices of Internet giants Facebook and Google"
- Samsung Unveils 4 New Galaxy Android Smartphones
Enterprise Mobile Today: "Samsung today announced four new smartphones from its Galaxy line as the electronics giant looks to capitalize on consumers' infatuation with Android-powered devices in markets far and wide."
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