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Linux 2.6.33 Boosts Graphics, Dumps Android
Written by Daniel   
Friday, 26 February 2010 19:13

From Linux Planet

The Linux Kernel Races Forward

A new kernel release makes its debut, with Nvidia and without Android, and top Red Hat and Novell kernel developers share their inside views.
A new Linux kernel is out this week with changes that aim to benefit both end-users and Linux developers.
The Linux 2.6.33 kernel is the first new kernel release of 2010 and follows the 2.6.32 kernel release by nearly three months. Key to the new update are enhancements in graphics and storage capabilities.

Linux and the Mysterious Netbook-to-Desktop Gap
Written by Daniel   
Friday, 18 December 2009 18:29

From Technology News...

Linux netbooks are blazing along, but the Linux desktop languishes. What's up with that? The biggest problem for Linux on the desktop, Slashdot blogger David Masover opined, "is getting manufacturers to support it properly, which includes both shipping everything put together, and dealing with complete newbies looking to migrate from Windows."

5 years later, 5 ways that Ubuntu has made Linux more human
Written by Daniel   
Wednesday, 21 October 2009 17:41

Today is the fifth anniversary of the Ubuntu Linux distribution. To celebrate the past five years of brown, we decided to have a look at five ways that Ubuntu has helped make the open source Linux operating system more human.

By Ryan Paul | Last updated October 20, 2009 9:28 PM CT

Hands-on: Hulu Desktop for Linux beta a big resource hog
Written by Daniel   
Friday, 16 October 2009 16:48

Hulu Desktop is now available for Linux. Ars puts it to the test on Ubuntu 9.04. Although it's extremely resource intensive, it's reasonably acceptable for a beta.
By Ryan Paul | Last updated October 16, 2009 9:58 AM CT


Hands-on: Hulu Desktop for Linux beta a big resource hog

Hulu Desktop was only available for Windows and Mac OS X when it launched in May. This week, the popular streaming video service has finally brought its experimental desktop player to the Linux platform. Installation packages are available for download from the Hulu Labs website.

I tested Hulu Desktop on Ubuntu 9.04 with Flash 10 on my quad-core desktop computer. The program is built almost entirely with Flash and obviously doesn't use any native widget frameworks. Adobe's Flash implementation for Linux is lousy, so I began my tests with relatively low expectations. As expected, Hulu Desktop is extremely resource intensive on the Linux platform. It uses significantly more memory and processor power than Totem when playing full-screen video content. Aside from occasional stuttering, video playback performance was adequate when I was not running any other resource-intensive tasks in the background. [ARS Technica...] [Comments...]

Linux garden gets a new GNOME with version 2.28
Written by Daniel   
Thursday, 24 September 2009 17:26

   A new version of the GNOME desktop environment has arrived with a new Bluetooth management tool, a WebKit-based browser, and a number of other noteworthy improvements.

By Ryan Paul | Last updated September 24, 2009 11:08 AM CT

 The developers behind the open source GNOME desktop environment have announced the official release of version 2.28. This version brings a handful of noteworthy improvements such as a new Bluetooth configuration tool and user interface refinements in numerous applications. One of the most significant changes is the adoption of Apple's WebKit HTML rendering engine for GNOME's Epiphany Web browser. [ARS Technica...]    [Comments...]

Torvalds says that Linux is the new Windows
Written by Danrok   
Wednesday, 23 September 2009 15:27

From The Inquirer:

LINUX UBER-GEEK Linus Torvalds stunned his fellow open sourcerers by admitting that the Linux kernel has become bloated.

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