Linux Magazine DVD “KARMIC KOALA”

Nov 24, 2009
Ubuntu Linux is one of the most popular Linux distros in the world. This tight and well-tuned system is easy to learn......
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Arbtt: Time Tracker in Debian Sid

Nov 24, 2009

Joachim Breitner wanted to know how much time he was spending on his system, so he wrote Automatic Rule-Based Time Tracker, or Arbtt. The program is now installable from the Debian unstable archive.

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OpenSUSE Opens up Kernel Git Repository

Nov 24, 2009

The openSUSE project has decided to set up an open Git repository for its kernel instead of the daily kernel snapshot.

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Just Today: Download of VMware Image of Google Chrome OS

Nov 20, 2009

Google has prepared its Chromium OS, alias Chromium, for download. Anyone hesitant to intall if from source code will find a functioning VMware image from Linux Magazine Online.

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With and Not Against: Canonical Collaborates on Chrome OS

Nov 20, 2009

The Chrome OS announcement caused speculation from many sides as to what effect the Google platform would have on other Linux distros. At least Canonical could benefit from it.

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Chrome OS: Google's Chromium Arrives (Gallery)

Nov 20, 2009

The source code for Chrome OS, alias Chromium, the Linux-based operating system developed by Google, is now ready for download.

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Dallas Ubuntu Developer Summit: 10.04 to Drop Gimp

Nov 20, 2009

The Ubuntu Developer Summit (UDS-L) in Dallas TX is setting the switches for the upcoming Ubuntu LTS version, Lucid Lynx. One loser is Gimp: the image manipulator should disappear from the CD.

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Fedora Backpedals on Password Free Installation

Nov 20, 2009

A new feature in Fedora 12 was that users could install RPM packages from signed repositories without a root password. "Not good," said many users, so the project decided to reverse the policy.

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