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a new Saturday comes a new PING highlight some links due to time constraints we were unable to adequately cover in MuyLinux but can make you spend an interesting time this weekend.
available : Kubuntu makers have announced the availability of this distribution with Active Plasma, the KDE desktop oriented tablets. Apparently the thing is just beginning, but it is a promising endeavor.
: the distribution of the Junta de Andalucía has presented the latest edition of the popular distro that comes with a boot to 40% faster and a desk completely renovated. You can see the news on the official site of the project. How Red Hat
became a business of 1,000 million dollars
: The perfect example of successful Linux company in Ars Technica discusses the evolution of Red Hat, who left (partially) to the user end to focus on the company, managing a company with very good benefits.
much Stallman Stallman : I recently interviewed on The Linux Action Show by phone and this free software guru again to clarify his beliefs. In the article you have Lunduke some loose pearls.
Ubuntu better than RHEL servers
: Mark Shuttleworth wrote an article this week on the momentum of Ubuntu on servers, and according to data from NetCraft this distro already exceeds that of Red Hat, but also says nothing about CentOS or Debian to Ubuntu still above long. As always, you can see the glass half full or half empty.
Virtual Machines in your browser
: a very interesting article on VMware Workstation 8 in which we see how you can control the windows of our virtual machines from your browser. More details ChipLog.
14 ways to help the Open Source without programming : we often wonder what we can do to help the open source community grows, and this blog will give us no less than 14 ideas for the Open Source and Free Software are becoming more and more popular.
OpenOctave : This apliación Open Source oriented amateur and professional sound world is trying to raise funds for further growth, and its developers provide all information about your options and capabilities on page project officer, here.
Ubuntu 10.04, back to the future : funny tutorial to take advantage of many of the upgrades to the latest versions of Ubuntu, applying them to the last currently available LTS, Ubuntu 10.04. You have such practical advice in The powerbase.
Skype Open Source? The plot thickens : although it has long talked about the progress that had been made to reverse engineer the Skype protocol, it appears that the project is rather neglected, probably because of pressure from Microsoft and Skype itself. The Phoronix count. Four years old
of MuyLinux : Finally, a brief reminder because this week we are celebrating the fourth anniversary of MuyLinux online. Again, thank you all for your support! Gnuplot 4.6.0
available : This powerful application to generate graphs from all kinds of mathematical functions has made the jump to version 4.6.0, which added things like the ability to add time formats to within microseconds, new syntax for blocks of code or a statistical summary of data to draw. More information in the release notes and on the official website.
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