Archiwum z Wrzesień 2011

Getting your hands dirty : installing and using Gentoo

piątek, 30 Wrzesień 2011

Linux Career: If you ask around about Gentoo, chances are you will get mixed reviews

100+ awesome free and open source applications

piątek, 30 Wrzesień 2011

Seopher: “Be it free, open source, web-based or merely passive trials – the number of top quality items on offer is huge.”

Pardus 2011.2 review

piątek, 30 Wrzesień 2011

LinuxBSDos: Pardus is a Linux distribution developed by the Turkish National Research Institute of Electronics and Cryptology (UEKAE), an arm of the Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TÜBİTAK)

Canonical launches Ubuntu App Developer platform for curious coders

piątek, 30 Wrzesień 2011

Engadget: “Creating apps for Ubuntu is about to get a lot easier, now that the folks over at Canonical have launched the Ubuntu App Developer platform.”

Ten years of the Lucene search engine at Apache

piątek, 30 Wrzesień 2011

The H Open: The Apache Foundation is celebrating the 10th anniversary of the arrival of the full text search engine Lucene at the foundation

The Air Force’s secure Linux distribution

piątek, 30 Wrzesień 2011

ZDnet:Linux has long had a close, working relationship with governments, but Lightweight Portable Security (LPS) is the first official U.S. Linux distribution.

Webcam Drivers For Ubuntu

piątek, 30 Wrzesień 2011

Matt Hartley Dot Com: “Find out how to troubleshoot webcam issues in Ubuntu.”

GNOME 3.2’s New File Manager, Emperor

piątek, 30 Wrzesień 2011

Softpedia: “Inspired by the ever popular Midnight Commander file manager, Emperor is just a ‘baby’ at this time, but soon it will be integrated into the GNOME desktop environment and will feature GIO and GVfs support.”

Amazon Kindle Fire’s Silk browser sounds privacy alarm bells

piątek, 30 Wrzesień 2011

Naked Security: The real news isn’t just another Android tablet though, it’s the new mobile browser Amazon introduced called Silk.

Interview: Andy Spencer, developer of Aweather a meteorological data viewer

piątek, 30 Wrzesień 2011

FLOSS For Science: “This week’s interview is with Andy Spencer, developer of Aweather, a free software for visualizing meteorological radar data.”