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  • Mailbag
  • Tue, 31 May 2011 23:50:15 -0500

    By LG Staff
    Our Mailbag
    Many thanks for your bash permission article
    Crowdsource + open source to preserve US war documents
    Problem with installing a local module
    2-cent Tip: Octal permissions in "ls"
    Odd system load situation, LG February 2011 (#183)
    Duplicate LG mailing list reports
    2D CAD DraftSight Now Available for Linux
    LG - what's next?
    SVN authentication
    Padding a string in Perl
    Stubborn or Fried Memory card?
    The Cognitive Style of Unix
    OMFG... G00G13'Z B33N H4XX0R3D!!!
    Possible 2-cent tip: Opening files from the command line
  • News Bytes
  • Tue, 31 May 2011 23:50:15 -0500

    By Deividson Luiz Okopnik and Howard Dyckoff
    News in General
    71% of iPhone and Android Apps Violate Open Source Licenses
    IronKey finds UK Organisations Fear Organised Cyber-crime
    Conferences and Events
    Distro News
    Ubuntu 11.04 Goes Gold
    Slackware 13.37 released
    Yocto 1.0 and Carrier Grade Linux 5.0 Released
    Software and Product News
    VMware Delivers Cloud Foundry as an Open PaaS
    New Version of Intel Atom CPU aimed at NetBooks and Tablets
    SPLUNK 4.2 Features real-time alerting
  • Caps Lock
  • Tue, 31 May 2011 23:50:15 -0500

    By Anonymous

    Coming back again to Ubuggy in the text console, be sure you are relaxed and in tolerance mode.

  • PostgreSQL - import of large texts and dynamic content
  • Tue, 31 May 2011 23:50:15 -0500

    By Anton Borisov

    PostgreSQL is an enterprise-level database. It is an open-source software, competes by some features with products from Oracle, so it is no surpise that more and more projects delegate such important duties like data-mining and data handling to PostgreSQL. And what's more important, the architectural design for this database is extremely powerful and conforms to KISS principal very close, so it is really very fun to deal with PGSQL internal programming, as well as maintaining it.

  • Running Encyclopaedia Britannica on Linux
  • Tue, 31 May 2011 23:50:15 -0500

    By Silas Brown

    Encyclopaedia Britannica is a commercial encyclopedia and is therefore non-free, but old versions of the CDs and DVDs can often be purchased cheaply in second-hand markets. Of particular interest are the 2004 editions, as its publishers have made available an unofficial Linux support script for 2004 editions of Britannica (the Windows installer does not yet work on WINE). If you follow their instructions, you can expect to see the basic encyclopedia articles and images, but you might have a more difficult time with the Webster dictionary entries and some of the multimedia.

  • Away Mission - May/June 2011
  • Tue, 31 May 2011 23:50:15 -0500

    By Howard Dyckoff

    This is very full month, a Red Hat/MeeGo/Synergy month.

  • FreeBSD - An Intro for Linux Devotees
  • Tue, 31 May 2011 23:50:15 -0500

    By Henry Grebler

    Let's get the disclaimers out of the way quickly.

  • HelpDex
  • Tue, 31 May 2011 23:50:15 -0500

    By Shane Collinge

    These images are scaled down to minimize horizontal scrolling.

  • XKCD
  • Tue, 31 May 2011 23:50:15 -0500

    By Randall Munroe

    More XKCD cartoons can be found here.
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  • The Linux Launderette
  • Tue, 31 May 2011 23:50:16 -0500

    By LG Staff
    [Off-topic] Cultural notes
    Spam: I just received compensation!