Mozilla's FrankenFirefoxview story

http://blogs.zdnet.com – There's no doubt in my mind that open source makes for better applications. If your code is rubbish (or just not as good as it could be), you can get people to make it better, and if your code is good, it's there for other people to take advantage of. And this is exactly what the folks at Mozilla are doing by adding Apple's WebKit JavaScript engine to the Firefox browser. (General)

Xorg (X process) heap allocation drives me mad..view story

http://forums.opensuse.org – I'm observing a curious case for a while now but still cannot fix the issue... Let me explain by order :-) (Distributions)

First version of RC tools K3b 2 now availableview story

http://reviewglitz.com – On the way to release K3b 2, SC native KDE program for burning CD / DVD / Blu-Ray, she released her first release candidate for the numbered 1.90.0. The famous incorrect detection of a pure Blu-ray disk has been fixed in this version and since the changes are small most of the users have the opinion that it does not deserve the number change (General)

Оптимизация Linux OpenSuseview story

http://forums.opensuse.org – Нужно оптимизировать Linux OpenSuse с помощью конфигурационных файлов и запр (Distributions)

Operation on 'xxx' may be undefinedview story

http://forums.opensuse.org – This is a classic situation (example taken from Michel Xhaards jpegenc library): Code:   for (i = rows; i > 0; i--)     {       for (j = cols; j > 0; j--)         *Y1_Ptr++ = *input_ptr++ - 128;       for (j = 8 - cols; j > 0; j--) (Distributions)

recover lvm partition after reinstallationview story

http://forums.opensuse.org – Dear All, I have reinstalled the suse and am unable to get "lvm info".........am very upset and is running server. PLease suggest, how i can get lvm back, i did not format those drive and they are different storages from server. (Distributions)

Cortus - Is this the smallest ever CPU core running Linux? (Linux Today)view story

http://linuxbizz.com – Electropages: “Availability of uCLinux for the APS3 family of processors has been announced by Cortus. This version of Linux is ideally suited to low-power, high-performance, embedded systems.” (General)

prompting me for pam_mount passwordview story

http://forums.opensuse.org – Hi, I have an issue coming up with my opensuse 11.2. Its taking too much time to prompting me to enter password after boot-up and it is asking me to enter PAM_MOUNT password. I entered the password which i use to login and it is not letting me to log-in. I tried using safe mode and am not able to login through command line. (Distributions)

#Ebook Deal of the Day: Linux in a Nutshell, Sixth Edition - Only $9.99! Use code DDNUT (O’Reilly Media)view story

http://linuxbizz.com – Linux in a Nutshell, Sixth Edition for only $9.99. Use discount code DDNUT to get your savings!… (more here…) (General)

Debian Lenny unable to log in over SSH or straight to the serverview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hello, how are you? I have installed Debian lenny with software RAID0 (i think it makes no sence to my problem but maybe...) I have installed apache2+php+MySQL (everything worked) I have installed proftpd (to enable users to put files over FTP) after this i tried to connect over SSH to my server i have got: Code: $ ssh -l shark -v (HowTos)

Looking for an open source solution to web site buildingview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hello Forum, I've become reliant on Net Objects Fusion for building and maintaining my web site. NOF is still only offered as a windows app and it is the only reason I have to keep Windows installed. Can anyone propose a comparable application (preferably open source) that will run in Linux? Thanks for ideas (HowTos)

mounts listed in /etc/fstab cannot yet be mounted /home: waiting for UUID=XXXXXXXview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – After an upgrade on ubuntu 9.10 monday 8 of march I got some problems. On start up I got a message Code: One or more of the mounts listed in /etc/fstab cannot yet be  mounted:  /home: waiting for UUID= f9fba71d-e17c-4eb4-b531-b0e258853c15 I looked int the /etc/fstab file: Code: # /etc/fstab: static file system information # (HowTos)