- Ubuntu 8.04.1 LTS released
- LM_Sensors 2.10.7 Released
- Red Hat Linux trumps Microsoft Windows in power test
RHEL 5 had the single widest lead, with 12% greater efficiency than Windows Server 2008 on IBM x3350. Results varied by hardware, but RHEL had the best overall performance in 13 of 16 tests and, in several trials, beat Windows by nearly 10%.
- Bill Gates Steps Down, as Tech Users Reflect
Many computer users have eagerly sought what they consider a more reliable, secure, unambiguous operating system for their personal computers. This has resulted in a surge of popularity in certain GNU/Linux OSs.
- Asustek’s Latest Eee PCs Shipping in Asia in July
The Eee PC 1000 and 1000H are also a bit more expensive. While prices will vary by market, in Taiwan, the Eee PC 1000, which runs on Linux only and carries a 40G byte SDD, costs NT$19,988 (US$658), compared to NT$18,988 (US$625) for the 1000H, which comes with either Linux or Windows XP.
- Feature: The Four Levels of Small Notebooks
You don’t need a desktop anymore, unless you really want to get into some hardcore gaming or multimedia editing.
- gOS and Sylvania’s g netbook series
- Linux video camera geo-tags, writes to SATA drives
- Drobo NAS gets SDK for UPnP, Linux support and other tweaking
- Sidux, a Great Alternative to Ubuntu
Sidux is a new Debian derivative that’s still just a baby, born in January 2007. Sidux announced a brand-new release on June 26, Sidux 2008-02, so we’re going to kick the tires and take it for a drive, and see what sets it apart from other children of Debian. Currently it offers a choice of the KDE or Fluxbox desktop, and it supports both 32-bit i686 and AMD64.
- How to write a thorough review of a Linux distribution
- My first hours with PCLINUXOS
The first thing I noticed what that PCLINUXOS was able to start using the broadcom wifi in my laptop right out out of the gate.
- Ubuntu vs PCLinuxOS
- There’s Something About Pardus 2008
In my opinion, Pardus is definitely the best government funded Linux distribution at the moment. I hope our very own Philippine-made Bayanihan Linux in the very near future will at least equal what Pardus has achieved.
- Kaffeine 0.8.6 Review
- KDE vs. GNOME: A Screed from a Supposed Corporate Flack
- Beyond the desktop with KDE4
Again: We are at the begin of this journey. Not everything is available yet, but the technology to make it available is there. My kudos go to Aaron Seigo, lead developer of plasma, and all the others that try to make our personal computers usable again – not dismissing any of the possible usages.
- Bid to push FOSS in Australian secondary schools
- Enterprise Unix Roundup: Sun Should Loosen Up
- More Than One Way to Measure Usefulness
Dangers of SaaS and Reasons to Choose AGPLv3
- Freedom and privacy in the cloud: a call for action
- Judge Orders YouTube to Give All User Histories to Viacom
Google will have to turn over every record of every video watched by YouTube users, including users’ names and IP addresses, to Viacom, which is suing Google for allowing clips of its copyright videos to appear on YouTube, a judge ruled Wednesday.
- Identi.ca Launches, an Open Source Twitter