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The fun factor continues to draw developers to Linux. This open-source system continues to succeed in the market and in the hearts and minds of developers.
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The first article was a hopeful but disappointed look into the ghost town known as Google+.
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The Linux world has long offered virtually innumerable alternatives to Windows and Mac OS, including several options designed specifically to ease the transition for those making the switch.
You know the saying: Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. Now that Samsung has "indefinitely" delayed the launch of its first Tizen smartphone , can anyone believe any more open source mobile promises? Open source mobile efforts have a history of failure: Moblin, Maemo, MeeGo, and Tizen are all examples that have been shepherded ... (more)
Tech blogger Juha Saarinen takes a look at copyright laws, Linux creator Linus Torvalds and reviews the curved Samsung UHD TV.
Supervisor is a client/server system that allows its users to control a number of processes on UNIX-like operating systems.
In today's open source roundup: Ars Technica tries to create a truly free and open source version of Android.
Android is a software stack for mobile platforms. What this means is that it is Android delivers a complete set of software for mobile devices: an operating system, middleware and key mobile applications.
The openSUSE Project is taking the development version of openSUSE to distribution using the "rolling release" development model.
The GNU Compiler Collection, better known as GCC, was recently awarded the ACM's Programming Languages Software Award for 2014 .
"I am really incredibly surprised that my work space is very similar to Linus' and also the working hours are almost identical," said Google+ blogger Rodolfo Saenz.
Betty is an application similar to Siri and Google now. It turns your command line into a virtual assistant.
The open-source CoreOS Linux operating system hit a major milestone on July 25, issuing its first stable release.
Andrew Hutton, the organizer of the Ottawa Linux Symposium, has put together an Indiegogo campaign to try to raise funds for this event, which has fallen on hard times in recent years.
Below is a setup for OpenVPN on Ubuntu 14.04. With some modifications, it should work on most flavors of Linux Much of the setup came from https://help.ubuntu.com/14.04/serverguide/openvpn.html with a couple of modifications to work out any bugs I ran across.
The event will take place in New York City on September 15, 2014. This year's summit will present the most relevant topics to Xen Project users and integrators, with an emphasis on new and cutting-edge topics related to cloud and enterprise deployments.
Web apps are convenient, but you don't have any control over them. You never know if your favorite tool will evaporate when the company goes out of business or, as was the case of Google Reader, simply discontinued.
Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 05:25 am
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