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Linux runs my life :-)

http://www.saigonnezumi.com

So I use Linux for most aspects of my tech life. I only run Windows at school or work but nearly 99% of the time I am running Linux...So how about you? What do you run Linux, or BSD (that means you Mac guys), on?

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Linux and Unix Open Source Small Business Humor

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MS-bashing? Never... except maybe this one last time ;)

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Building a Community Around Your F/OSS Project

http://aseigo.blogspot.com

It is not uncommon to read about projects that are suffering from lack of development resources. Let's be honest: no project has 'enough' people, ever. There's always something else that could be getting done 'if only we had another pair of hands!' Some projects suffer more than others, however.

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Nokia to license Qt under LGPL and open up the Qt source code repository

http://labs.trolltech.com

Qt, the C++ programming framework behind KDE, will be licensed under the terms of the LGPL version 2.1 with the upcoming Qt 4.5 release, in addition to their standard GPL and commercial licenses. They are also pleased to announce that they are going to open up the Qt source code repository and also make it easier for the community to contribute to Qt.

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Interview with Anahuac from KyaPanel

http://news.northxsouth.com

KyaPanel is a panel to provide easy management in Gnu/Linux servers. Developed to increase the network administration, it supports mail management, samba management and many other features. The software was adopted by the federal and state government of Brazil and major companies from Latin America.
Read the interview conducted by North by South with Anahuac.

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Open Source In Obama's Tech Agenda

http://www.informationweek.com

Much noise has been made in the past week or so about President-elect Barack Obama's creation of a governmental chief tech officer position. My question is: What will be their stance on open source? Will they lean towards it, mandate it, forbid it ... or ignore it entirely? I looked into it, and came away feeling we had much bigger problems looming.

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Magellan - Amarok 2.0.1.1 released (including security fix)

http://amarok.kde.org

Welcome back a few well known and loved features from the Amarok 1.4 series: queuing, playlist search and filtering as well as "stop after current track". And, long awaited and finally available: sorting the collection by composer. We of course also worked on other features and extended the Scriptable Service API to allow smoother integration of service scripts. The LibriVox service script has received some love and comes with new icons amongst other improvements. Media device handling has also seen many improvements: MTP devices can now delete multiple tracks at once, and the status bar gives visual feedback when deleting tracks from iPods. Our OS X users will certainly like the built in Growl notification support.

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KDE 4.2 Review From Inside Out. Part 1: Oxygen, KWin, Plasma and KRunner

http://adymo.blogspot.com

Alexander Dymo writes: "KDE 4.2 is going to be the first "real" release targeted not only at KDE developers and enthusiasts, but at general public - all the people who eagerly waited for the next KDE desktop to arrive. With this review I'd like to let people know that the KDE 4 is ready and to once again celebrate the hard work of all the people who put tremendous effort creating this great desktop."

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Follow up: Photos from the Linux installation festival in JUST.

http://omarsflosscorner.blogspot.com

So, here are some photos from the JUST OSG's Linux Installation Festival last Tuesday.

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Linux installation fistival in JUST..

http://omarsdaydreams.blogspot.com

Yesterday was a great day. We, the open source group at Jordan University of Science and Technology were holding a Linux installation festival to teach people about FOSS and to show them the path to their freedom. There were four distros: Ubuntu 8.10, openSUSE 11.1, Mandriva, Fedora 10 and PC BSD.

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Firewall MySQL with GreenSQL

http://blogs.techrepublic.com.com

GreenSQL is a “firewall” for MySQL databases that could help protect your database from SQL injection vulnerabilities.

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Migrating and/or backing up your email (IMAP) account

http://techcrammer.com

Migrating email can be a burden, and if you know enough about the process it isn't like working with a normal file structure. You need to also capture the message flags (seen, unseen, dates, etc.) and to do this you need a better tool than "tar" or "rsync". This Perl script is very handy for taking some of the pain out of a small or large email (IMAP) migration.

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Asterisk Open Source PBX

http://www.techcrammer.com

With the high prices of many of the newer PBX systems on the market, an Open Source alternative may be the right fit for you and your budget. Especially if it can deliver as many feature rich applications as Asterisk is capable of doing.

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Reading from Serial Ports in Python

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What once was the primary method of inter-hardware communication, the serial port now seems to be considered more of a legacy form of communication as more applications are networked. However, I don't think I am the only one that still has the need to interface equipment or applications that only talk through the serial port.

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Happy New Year! A hacker is born!

http://blog.s11n.net

On this day in 2004, i made a post with the subject line “3… 2… 1.0!” to announce the release of libs11n, which had been in heavy development for almost 18 months at that time. A year and a day later, 1 January 2005, 1.2.0 was released.

And this New Year's Ever i'm releasing a hacker.

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