- Korea’s HaanSoft to promote Asianux in RP
Asianux, a version of the Linux operating system, was developed by China’s Red Flag Software and has since been locally deployed and distributed by Japan’s Miracle Linux and HaanSoft, forming a regional open-source consortium.
- ArtistX 0.5 – A Complete Multimedia Studio on a Live DVD – Create music and edit videos right from the Live DVD
ArtistX 0.5, a Debian-based Live DVD Linux distribution, was announced a few days ago by Marco Ghirlanda. This distro is full of applications for audio, video and graphics creation & editing. It uses the Linux kernel 2.6.25, KDE 3.5 as desktop manager and, as a bonus, you get Compiz 0.7.7 (from Debian unstable) for more eye-candy.
- VectorLinux 5.9 SOHO Deluxe Edition
The VectorLinux team is pleased to announce the availability of the latest SOHO Edition to our CD store. This is a wonderful chance to support Vector and get a rock solid, full featured productive Linux Desktop.
- Is Linux about to displace Windows Mobile?
Each one is different in the types of services it provides “out of the box” and in the types of interfaces these services have. Android, as an example, has a Java based UI, while MontaVista comes with nothing that is handset-specific. MobileCrunch posted a good comparison between LiMo and Android – I suggest reading it.
- Linux Mint 5 Elyssa
The arguments that it may be too simple, not complicated enough, dumbed down Linux, Ubuntu copy, not-a-real-distribution, Windows lookalike etc, really belong in the past when developers were Hackers and Users were Geeks. The age of a real, usable Linux system for normal people has been born, thanks in part to Microsoft, and the desire of people like Clement Lefebvre to bring Linux to the masses means that there will have to be a special distribution arrive to prize Mint off my main Desktop PC any time soon. The bar has been raised, the gauntlet has been thrown down.
- Compiz Fusion, Mandriva 2008.1 on AMD Phenom Quad-core PC with Demo
- Running With Forks
- Interview with Clint Savage, Fedora Ambassador
- [KDE:] ok, then how about a video (more folderviewing)
- FolderView Gets Nepomuk Search Integration
Probably the most often misunderstood element of KDE4 is Plasma, the extensive widget engine that replaces the normal desktop and the Kicker panel from KDE 3.x. The entire KDE4 desktop is built up out of Plasmoids (yet another term for desk accessory), including the panel and the desktop itself – and it is the latter that has been causing quite some confusion. Where are my desktop icons?
- KDE 4.0.82 + Kubuntu Tutorials Day
- Review: Firefox 3 Versus Internet Explorer
- Firefox-A Brief History
- Funambol scores $12.5 million and AOL to fuel global expansion
- Becta’s Open Source Contract To Alpha Plus Outrages Other Bidders
- Charging by the Byte to Curb Internet Traffic
- Malware not man blamed in child abuse download case
But subsequent forensic investigation discovered that malware was responsible for silently downloading images of pre-pubescent kids onto the machine. Computer experts hired by both the defence and prosecution agreed with this analysis.
- China Quake Site Hacker Caught