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It’s that time again. Time to plan for a new release of Ubuntu, I mean. There are some rather large things in this list and so I doubt all of them will be implemented in time but it is always better to dream big and get as much done as possible. Otherwise we’ll have everything done in a month and be left with nothing else to do (except fix bugs, of course).
Dream Linux, the dream of every new user, or at least the distro that's a dream to use has taken another jump forward and released a newer version. But as with every new version, questions remain as to how well the new version stacks up against the older ones. And how does this one do against it's predecessors? Let's find out.
With open source software becoming a household name, another open source movement that may one day see some fanfare is already taking shape. Open source hardware, which I once thought to be little more than a pipe dream left over from a bygone era, is proving to be a dream that it is very much alive and growing.
Just when you thought it was safe to come out from behind that rock I'm back with a long awaited review. It's true to say the pace here has slowed in the last month or two but I'm getting back at it now and I'm even contemplating another distro tour, this time on my Dell m1330 laptop. Today's victim...
"There are exactly nine days left for Microsoft to get other Linux companies to sign up for patent cross-licensing deals. The GPLv3 is set to be published on June 29 and once that is done, any new deal will be subject to the terms which it includes."
Imagine updating your PC’s kernel and not having to reboot. That dream has become a reality with the Linux operating system thanks to KSplice. Jack Wallen shows you how you can have as close to 100-percent uptime as possible.
The dream of cheap computers in the hands of millions of poor children is becoming a reality, though not exactly as its proponents imagined. For-profit competitors snatched the idea and have run with it.
So today I downloaded the latest edition of DreamLinux http://www.dreamlinux.com.br/. The last time I played with DreamLinux was around 8 months back and was really disappointed as it failed even to boot on my machine.