After lots of waiting Red Hat Released their latest Desktop/Server version of Fedora Linux Lets take a quick look at its feature Fedora is a Linux-based operating system that showcases the latest in free and open source software. Fedora is always free for anyone to use, modify, and distribute. It is built by people across the globe who work together as a community: the Fedora Project.Read more »
Ask average computer users what FOSS is about, and, if they've even heard of it, they'll probably say something about the source code being publicly available.Read more »
Well folks, it's that time to announce a new stable Slackware release again. So, without further ado, announcing Slackware version 12.1!Read more »
Ubuntu has finally released their second LTS [Long Term Support] Operating system.. Being the most widely used Linux distro we all have huge hope with this big release. So lets take a quick look at its features an aplicationRead more »
If you are anxious to get your hands on some nice CDs with Ubuntu 8.04 LTS (Hardy Heron) as soon as possible, then you should pre-order them right now from Ubuntu's ShipIt service, FREE of charge.
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After seeing few glassy logo box and buttons. I thought of making the same using Gimp.. I searched for Tutorials for Gimp ,but all in vain.. while users from PS can find a bunch of 'em. Actually it was PS tutorial from where I got the idea of creating Glassy Logo Box..Read more »
Nine months following the heralded official release of the GPLv3 licenses, and with the more recent addition of the Affero GPLv3, adoption has surpassed 50% of my projections.Read more »
"Just think about it for a moment. About 20 years ago you got specifications for pretty much every piece of hardware you bought. You were given exact instructions on how to use the hardware you just bought, not only how to install it. Things have changed since then.Read more »
In three years, Krugle, the company behind the code search engine of the same name, has gone from an idea to a company that's starting to produce revenue. CEO Steve Larsen, a veteran of half a dozen startups, attributes this brief time to market as being due largely to free and open source software (FOSS). According to Larsen, FOSS has shaped most aspects of the company, including its hiring practices and relations with business partners and users.Read more »
The Creative Commons released LiveContent 2.0 a Free Live DVD. We checked it out and wanted to give you an overview of what it’s all about. Basically, it’s a Fedora Live DVD with free and open source content, that comes loaded with Creative Commons’ (CC) licensed material and all you favorite FOSS programs.Read more »
Arguments on why anyone would/should support open source applications.Read more »
Short translation: Microsoft actually chose to pretend to be opening because it serves the company’s intention to run an extortion racket against its main competitor.Read more »
How to set up OpenOffice.org to work how you want it with templates and clip art, configurations, shortcuts, and more. I’m here to help. Think of this as a virtual guide to help you figure out things you’re not quite sure about.Read more »
If you have kids and want to get them to do other things on the computer besides watching Drake and Josh or playing video games, institute an embargo and have them start drawing with a great free program Tux Paint.Read more »
Trend Micro might insist that its patent case against Barracuda Networks isn't about free software -- but try telling that to the free and open source software (FOSS) community. Since Barracuda Networks went public about the case last month, it has heard from "a tremendous number of individuals" according to Dean Drako, Barracuda's president and CEO. Even more significantly, announcement of the case has led to a boycott against Trend Micro.Read more »