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Virtualisation Technology – Pie in the sky?

Sep 27th, 2011No Comments

There is much talk of Clouds and Virtualisation, how much is real, how much is hype of things to come, and how much it pie in the sky? Surprisingly the value of these technologies is actually far greater than the buzzwords might suggest, but conversely the technology available is far less mature than we might like or expect

Update on the Development of Ubuntu 11.10

Aug 22nd, 20111 Comment

I’m sure you’re all awaiting the exciting release of Ubuntu 11.10 on the 13th of October. So what has been updated so far? Well the [&hellip

Desura coming to a Linux PC near you

Jun 29th, 2011No Comments

Desura (A Steam like  games portal/client), have for some time had a banner at the top of their website stating they are working on a [&hellip

Groklaw to continue under new management

May 19th, 2011No Comments

Further to the original announcement that Groklaw articles were to end on May 16th 2011, Pamela Jones (aka. Groklaw founder, ‘PJ’) has listened to the many [&hellip

Groklaw Articles Ending on May 16th

Apr 11th, 2011No Comments

Pamela Jones (aka. Groklaw founder, ‘PJ’) has announced the ending of articles on Groklaw from the sites 8th birthday, May 16th. I for one am [&hellip

openSUSE 11.4 Released

Mar 12th, 2011No Comments

In the midst of the troubled sale of Novell to Attachmate, which includes the selling of 882 patents to CPTN Holdings – a group which includes [&hellip

Canonical release Certified Component & PC Catalogs

Feb 11th, 2011No Comments

How many times have you ever been asked which components or complete systems will work properly with Linux? .. Well the answers may have just [&hellip

Debian 6.0 (Squeeze) released

Feb 7th, 2011No Comments

After 2 years of constant development, the Debian Project announce the release of their new stable version 6.0 (code name Squeeze). Debian 6.0 is a free [&hellip

Ubuntu Customization Kit (UCK) 2.4.3 Released

Jan 20th, 20112 Comments

Have you have ever wished that the Ubuntu LiveCD came with different software packages, or had the ubuntu-restricted-extras (flash, mp3 support etc.) and b43-fwcutter (Broadcom [&hellip

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