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- 4 disappointments from OpenSuSE 11.4
Linux notes from DarkDuck: "Did I enjoyed my long awaited Tux immediately after that? Unfortunately, no. Instead, there were 4 disappointments which I faced with. But let me describe them one-by-one."
- [ANN] Project renamed to Libav (FFMpeg forked)
LWN.net: "Hi, (as some probably already know,) due to to disputes over the FFmpeg name, we've decided to continue developing the FFmpeg codebase under the new name Libav."
- GNU Free Call Announced
GNU Telephony: "GNU Free Call is a new project to develop and deploy secure self-organized communication services worldwide for private use and for public administration."
- 10 Ubuntu re-spins I'd like to see
TechRepublic: "Jack Wallen let's his imagination go wild and creates some Ubuntu-based distributions that could have real world applications. Along the way, he creates some just for fun. Let us know which ones YOU would like to see."
- Survey Reveals Churn in Server OS Market
Enterprise IT Planet: "Frodo versus Lord Sauron; Darth Vader versus Luke Skywalker: popular culture is certainly filled with titanic struggles between dueling forces. At times the battle for which OS would win the server market, Windows or Linux, has been seen in a similarly over-heated light."
- The Sony Class Action's First Amended Complaint, as text - Updated
Groklaw: "At the center of the plaintiffs' claims, if the judge allows them this time, is the idea of fairness, that people paid extra to get Linux functionality, and then they either had to give it up to keep gaming or retain OtherOS but lose gaming. Either way, they lost something of value that they had paid for."
- Net neutrality: who cares?
BBC News: "Do you care about or even understand the issue of net neutrality? I bet that for most people the answer is first net what? And then no."
- Top Linux Distros For Every Level User
Datamation: "In the past I've spent a tremendous amount of time talking about the various ways desktop Linux needs to be easier for new users. At the same time, I haven't turned a blind eye to those who prefer to actually "learn Linux""
- Exercise #8: Counting and Sums with awk
Bashshell: "You can use an awk script to increment or count the total number of occurrences of a specific aspect. The awk operators post helps explain some of the options you may consider."
- Ubuntu Linux and GNOME: The Disputes continue
ZDNet: "But, when it comes to the desktop, no matter how you measure it, Linux has never how more than a tiny share of the desktop market. Why?"
- 7 of the Best Free Graphical User Interfaces for R
LinuxLinks: "R is an open source programming language and software environment for statistical computing and graphics. It consists of a language together with a run-time environment with a debugger, graphics, access to system functions, and scripting."
- openSUSE 11.4 rocks despite missing GNOME
The Register: "Review: openSUSE 11.4 brings a host of KDE and GNOME updates, the first release of OpenOffice fork LibreOffice, and numerous speed improvements."
- XKCD:Server Attention Span
XKCD: "Hi! I'm a server. Who are you?"
- Customise Ubuntu with GRUB
APC: "The boot loader for Ubuntu, and indeed most all Linux distributions, is GRUB: the GRand Unified Bootloader. We show you how to get your hands dirty."
- Calxeda's ARM chips designed for 480-core servers
Computerworld: "Calxeda on Friday revealed initial details about its first ARM-based server chip, designed to let companies build low-power servers with up to 480 cores."
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