Archive | September, 2011

Seven Things to do after Installing Bodhi Linux

So you’ve taken the plunge and opted to install Bodhi Linux. Perhaps you read a recent review or one of the screen shots in our gallery caught your eye. Either way you’ve got a newly installed system and you might be wondering what exactly to do next. The following are seven things that are a […]

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That Whole Windows 8 Secure Boot Ruckus

It was recently announced that Windows 8 would support a shiny new feature that is known as “secure boot”. In case you have been living with your head under a technological rock for the last couple of weeks, this feature would allow hardware vendors would have the option of only allowing operating systems signed with […]

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The State of Linux on ARM

Linux was designed to be a platform with freedom in mind. This freedom created in the computer industry something all humans should have – the power of choice. ARM is often touted as one of Linux’s largest successes. Thanks to Google’s Android platform it is true that a penguin powers at least half of the world’s mobile […]

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openSUSE & India

Well recently we had a huge discussions at the conference about how openSUSE was faring in India and it seemed that India was not faring well. I must say it seemed. So I think I must reput everything what we have done from last December so that we all know that we are doind saw […]

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libYUI Ported

As most of you reading this post would know, separating libYUI was one of the topics for GSoC 2011 by openSUSE. Over the last three months, a lot of work has gone into the project. As the deadline approaches, we am happy to announce that libYUI is an independent framework! Let me summarize the changes […]

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Arch Linux / Windows Dual Boot – Time Problems

I just installed windows for some testing purposes on my machine. Of course as dual boot. And i found out that the clock goes wrong every time i switch between Arch Linux and Windows. There are tww ways to fix this problem: Set Arch Linux to local time and remove hwclock from the DAEMONS array in /etc/rc.conf (Windows […]

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Does The Linux Community Need Corruption?

There is no secret that Mandriva as a company was on the brink of bankruptcy not so long ago. It was a good time for some external investors to take over the company. And there were such investors. Investment fund NGI bought a stake in Mandriva. Since then, things have changed in the company. Let’s look at […]

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