One of the few utility programs that are used every day on mobile devices is a wireless networking tool, but somehow this is one of the last applications to appear for KDE 4. With the autumn 2009 crop of Linux distributions, a usable client for the widely used NetworkManager system finally makes its debut.
Wednesday, November 04 2009 @ 12:52 AM CST Contributed by: Linegod
Mandriva Linux, code name Adelie, is the 25th version of Mandriva Linux and has been released as of November 3rd, 2009.
Mandriva Linux on 2010 is available in three editions: One, Powerpack and Free, for architectures i586 and x86-64. One and Free can be free downloaded from official Mandriva mirrors and via BitTorrent.
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Skype will be Open Source
Monday, November 02 2009 @ 11:58 AM CST Contributed by: Linegod
Skype (the famous Voice-Over-IP communication program) will be release under an open source license. The story started when Olivier Faurax sent an email requesting Mandriva version of Skype. After a little chat with customer support , he got this replay “ We understand that many users complain that there is no Mandriva version at present.
Sunday, October 18 2009 @ 11:34 AM CST Contributed by: Linegod
The popular Ubuntu Linux distribution has received criticism from an unexpected corner and its ASUS Eee netbook users are likely to be left with an unworkable system when Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala hits the Internet later this month.
Sunday, October 18 2009 @ 09:50 AM CST Contributed by: Linegod
In this article I will talk a little about the new features that will be in Mandriva 2010. The final version is expected to be available on the 3rd of November. Mandriva Linux 2010 is aimed at improving the user experience for daily tasks. let's have a look to what's new
Mandriva posted the final development release of Mandriva Linux 2010, complete with the Moblin v2.0 netbook environment. Based on Linux 2.5.31, Mandriva 2010 RC2 offers a choice of KDE 4.3.2 and GNOME 2.28 desktops, plus Intel Poulsbo chipset drivers, guest accounts, and the Nepomuk collaborative desktop.
HowTo Manage your networked devices using Python and Pexpect
Thursday, October 01 2009 @ 03:51 AM CST Contributed by: Linegod
The ldNetManager.py tool gives you the ability to manage your network devices with out having to purchase a product like Cisco's LMS or go through the planning phase of deploying a product like func. Each of the tools I mentioned before, only have the ability to manage devices in their realm. Func supports Linux devices and Cisco LMS supports only Cisco devices.