Archive for the ‘Linux’ Category

Google Chrome for Linux is Ready

Google Chrome for Linux is finally out!! It’s in BETA for now so expect to run into a few bugs here and there. 23 developer builds 2,713 Linux-specific bugs fixed 12 external committers and bug editors to the Google Chrome for Linux code base, 48 external code contributors 60,000 lines of Linux-specific code written 23 […]

Is Linus Torvalds digging Windows 7?

What ya think? Is Linus Torvalds digging Windows 7? The Japanese dude behind has no clue what going on…!! Source: LinuxInsight

Ubuntu 9.10 released

Ubuntu 9.10 codenamed “Karmic Koala” was released 2 days back. Grab a copy from a local Malaysian mirror listed below or from the official download page. OSCC MMU ByteCraft alternatively if you’re a Kubuntu user, grab your copy here.

Surgery on a Linux guy

Is this how we Linux people think? I think maybe not all the time. What do you think?

How to enable presto in Fedora 11

Delta RPMs is a bandwidth saver. Instead of downloading full rpm files on updates, delta rpms (.drpm) hold only the changes in binary form. The size of the packages is now significantly reduced thus saving bandwidth. Once downloaded the drpm file get reconstructed to form the full package before they gets applied. On avg I […]

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