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- Hotz Files Motion to Dismiss for Lack of Personal Jurisdiction, Improper Venue
Groklaw: " George Hotz's lawyers said they'd file a motion to dismiss for lack of personal jurisdiction and improper venue, and they have just done it. They ask not only that the temporary restraining order and impoundment order be dismissed, but that the complaint be dismissed as well."
- KDE 4.6 Review: It's Full Of Awesomeness
MakeTechEasier: "On January 26th of this year, KDE released version 4.6.0 of its Plasma Workspaces, Applications, and Development Platform. While many major versions of KDE have focused on features, 4.5 was mostly a stabilizing release, fixing thousands of bugs."
- Android: We're Number One!
Network World: "You have probably heard by now, as reported in the WSJ, that findings from market researcher Canalys placed Android sales in the fourth quarter of last year as the clear #1 handset OS"
- Freespeak, an handy translator
Linuxaria: "FreeSpeak is a free (as in freedom, developed and released under the terms of GPL) frontend to online translator engines (such as Google, Yahoo, etc.). It is written in Python, it uses the GTK toolkit and some GNOME infrastructure features."
- Don't Panic! It's only the Internet running out of Addresses
ZDNet: "The various Internet management groups made it official this morning. We're now out of Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) Internet address blocks."
- Ubuntu Natty Narwhal Alpha 2 Released Today
Ubuntu User: "Alpha 2 for Ubuntu 11.04, Natty Narwhal was released today and as with any releases still in development comes with all the usual developers only warnings."
- SCALE 9x Schedule Firms Up
SCALE: "The 9th Annual Southern California Linux Expo is less than four weeks away. This Expo is shaping up to be the best SCALE ever, with five tracks of quality presenters, over 80 exhibitors, and more content than it's ever had."
- IPv4 Officially Depleted, Eyes on IPv6
Enterprise Networking Planet: "At a ceremony held in Miami, the last five blocks of IPv4 address space were officially handed over to the five global Regional Internet Registries (RIRs)." Link fixed
- Six Security Sins to Avoid: The IT Darwin Awards
Linux.com: "You've heard of the Darwin Awards, which are given out for the rather grim achievement of doing something particularly dumb and usually fatal. We've heard of a few security mishaps that may have been career suicide, but thankfully none that have actually proven fatal."
- Unattended stream recording with MPlayer
Linux Gazette: "The Linux movie player program MPlayer has an option to record an Internet-broadcast video stream for playing later. The recording can be done from the command line. This is useful for two reasons: (1) you can record at a time when you are too busy to watch, (2) if your Internet connection is poor for realtime video..."
- GNOME3 Power Settings
Arun Raghavan: "Richard Hughes recently posted about the recent GNOME3 Power Settings design that got a lot of people (myself included) hot and bothered. As I said in my comment, I think that a lot of people prefer that their laptop stay on when the lid is closed."
- What Counts As Android?
IT World: "A recent market report included Android-derived but incompatible handsets sold in China as Android - begging the question "what is Android?""
- Convirture and Eucalyptus Systems to partner on open-source, cloud management
ZDNet: "Later this week, sources tell me that Convirture, maker of open source-based virtualization management software, will announce a very close partnership with Eucalyptus Systems, creators of the eponymous private cloud platform."
- Install And Configure OpenLDAP On CentOS 5
Howtoforge: "This tutorial describes OpenLDAP installation on a computer running Red Hat, Fedora, CentOS or any distribution based on the package installer "yum.""
- The Tiny Hackable Linux Pogoplug Pro
Linux Planet: "The CloudEngines line of tiny Pogoplug plug computers are fully-hackable little Linux servers. Paul Ferrill shows us what the Pogoplug Pro can do, and how to use it."
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