Open Source events in 2007
February 3, 2008
Thanks to Ashish for posting the article.
Feel free to digg it.
This post is in response to a notion I encountered more than once, by different people (blogs) at difference times. The argument here is : as more and more people ...READ MORE
Codeweavers, the company which gave us the award-winning software to run MAC OS and Windows software on Linux, is giving it's full support in Lindependence '08. Lindependence '08 is a community ...READ MORE
I found these cool Linux wallpapers. For more of these awesome wallpapers, visit the general linux wallpaper page and the distro-themed wallpaper page .READ MORE
Ubuntu Linux has opened a lot of doors for open source developers. The real enthusiasts, the midnight oil burner are coming up with some AMAZING applications. One such KICK-ASS app is the ...READ MORE
I bought my Dell XPS M1530 just over a couple of months ago, before Dell started selling the Ubuntu pre-installed ones. I was considering buying a Macbook, but after I ...READ MORE
I'm a little late in posting this article, since most of the Distros mentioned here are out with newer versions. But since it was so informative, I thought I'd post it ...READ MORE
After my last article on eLearning, I came across yet another resource of free online Linux courses. Brajeshwar , who has started writing a stream of articles on Linux lately, has ...READ MORE
I have been upgrading my work Laptop (a Dell D630) since Ubuntu 7.04. The first couple of times there were a few glitches, nothing a few Google searches and "sudo apt-get ...READ MORE
The Mini-PC or Mobile Internet Device market is really starting to sizzle. And the great thing is, that some of the hottest and best-selling Mini-PCs run Linux. In this post, I ...READ MORE