Sweet, sweet Linux...

Google launches Chrome 3, with Mac and Linux versions soon

Google has launched a new version of its Chrome browser and is promising Linux and Mac versions for mainstream users by the end of the year.

Version 3 jacks up the speed, with the company claiming its improved Javascript performance by more than 25 percent since the last stable release, Chrome 2, and by more than 150 percent over the first version, launched almost exactly a year ag

Forcing the Tab key to indent content in TinyMCE and Drupal

I am using a Drupal 5 site as part of our Intranet system to help keep track of internal documentation. When we upgraded to Firefox 3, users were suddenly unable to hit the TAB key on their keyboards in order to indent content inside of the TinyMCE textarea (http://www.glazman.org/weblog/dotclear/index.php?post/2008/08/06/GRRRRRRR).

Chrome for Linux Improving at a Brisk Pace

When Google released its Chrome web browser for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X users were left out in the rain, without the ability to enjoy all the goodness that is Chrome. Thanks to the relentless porting efforts of the Chromium team, we now have daily builds of the Chrome/Chromium web browser, and I decided to take a look where the Linux version stands.

Highly exploitable Linux kernel bug found, patched

A hole has been found in Linux kernel versions stretching back eight years that is "as trivial as it can get to exploit", according to the Google employees who discovered it.

Linux Needs Open Multimedia on the Web

Open multimedia needs to come to the Internet and when it does Linux will be a much more attractive platform. In the mean time however, we’re still stuck trying to make things work.

Running your business with Linux

Linux is a great operating system with all the bells and whistles like Microsoft Windows. It is stable, cheap and effective. However, there are several things you should consider when thinking about choosing a Linux server.

Arch Linux: The Simple, Flexible (and Fast!) Distro

Arch Linux is a unique distribution, offering the latest free software via a super fast package manager coupled with a “keep it simple” philosophy. It is fast becoming a very popular distribution and now thanks to their split packages, you can install a lightweight KDE 4.3 desktop for even more flexibility and speed.

Linux News: Community: Linux

Nationwide unemployment may be heading toward double-digits in the U.S., but among the skills that are in highest demand are those of a Linux sysadmin.

Microsoft Acknowledges Linux Threat to Windows Client

Microsoft for the first time has named Linux distributors Red Hat and Canonical as competitors to its Windows client business in its annual filing to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

Is Linux Irrelevant?

As the story goes, in the late eighties Bill Gates was asked about the competition Unix posed to Microsoft. He smiled and asked, "Which Unix?"

The same could be said of Linux today. Which Linux? Linux is now defined mostly by the fact that it isn't any one single thing -- no one distribution, software house, or entity has the last word on what Linux is going to be. To tha

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