Archiwum z Maj 2010

Spinning off from Ubuntu

poniedziałek, 31 Maj 2010

The H Open: “But Linux and free software come in many different flavours, and the adventurous user goes in search of wider options, other distributions and new desktops.”

SeamlessRDP in Ubuntu 10.04

poniedziałek, 31 Maj 2010

Hubfolio: “SeamlessRDP promises to integrate your remote Windows desktop seamlessly into you Linux environment. This article show you how to set it up, and also shows you some of its limitations.”

Washing the windows myths. Service and support.

poniedziałek, 31 Maj 2010

Technology & Life Integration: “The users and purchasers of microsoft systems are secure in themselves that they have a company behind them to point the bone at when things go wrong.”

Becoming a Fedora contributor

poniedziałek, 31 Maj 2010

Ian’s Thoughts: “Becoming a Fedora contributor was easier than I expected…. I could hardly believe my eyes, these pages were laying out a step-by-step process that users could follow in order to become a member of a certain Team. “

Android 2.2 and Its Previous Versions: A Sweet Developer Review

poniedziałek, 31 Maj 2010 “The Android platform has really matured in the past year or so. With the latest Android 2.2 SDK just released at Google I/O 2010, we thought it would be fitting to do a little review of how far the platform has come.”

The Spring 2010 Linux Distro Scorecard (Part 2)

niedziela, 30 Maj 2010 “”Zonker” picks up right where he left off yesterday. In this Spring’s Linux Distro Scorecard, he provides brief reviews of Debian, Fedora, Linux Mint, Mandriva, openSUSE, Slackware and Ubuntu. Today, we get his take on the final three, and he delivers the payoff”

8 of the best photo managers for Linux

niedziela, 30 Maj 2010

TechRadar: “Since the arrival of consumer digital cameras, hard drives have been filling up with images of every social occasion, no matter how boring.”

MeeGo Netbook Performance: It’s Beating Ubuntu & Co

niedziela, 30 Maj 2010

Phoronix: “The MeeGo operating system as a joint project between Intel and Nokia was announced back in February. An initial test release was made available in early April, but yesterday’s MeeGo 1.0 release is the first where they are providing a stable netbook version.”

Launchy vs. GNOME Do vs. Kupfer

niedziela, 30 Maj 2010

MakeTechEasier: “To many people, application launchers are not really worth much attention. After all, it’s just a box to type in a command, right? Perhaps that used to be it, but these days there are some tiny programs that can make a huge difference in productivity.”

The Courage to Screw Up: Why DIY Is Good for You

niedziela, 30 Maj 2010

Huffington Post: “And while no two DIYers are alike, in general they’re an upbeat and friendly group that shares a special trait: the courage to screw up.”