LXer: GNU Debugger adds D language supportview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Published at LXer: The GNU Project Debugger release team has published the second point update to version 7.0 of its standard debugger for the GNU software system. The GDB debugger supports a wide variety of programming languages, including Ada, C, C++, Objective-C, FreePascal and Fortran, and, in the new release, adds support for the D programming language. Read More... (HowTos)

Howdy #!view story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – Hey, just wanted to introduce myself.I am a programmer fresh out of college making my way around Australia currently, and will be married and settled in Rochester, NY in January.  I am a perpetual Linux learner (as i think we all are),  and have been trying different distributions for the last 4 years, never being satisfied with one long enough to keep it. (HowTos)

Broadband defines Labor's 2010 election winview story

http://www.itwire.com – The Australian technology sector will get its fibre-to-the-home National Broadband Network after the two remaining undecided rural independent MPs threw their support behind Julia Gillard and the ALP to form the next Federal Government. (IT news)

IT Innovation Success Kit for IT DecisionMakers (Get your complimentary kit now)view story

http://www.debianadmin.com – Learn how new technologies are cutting insane software maintenance costs, while also boosting first-contact resolution rates, for IT Professionals. The “IT Innovation Success Kit” contains an executive-level briefing for slashing maintenance costs by unifying infrastructure and service management; 5 use cases to illustrate the benefits of that unification; and a prescriptive path for i (Distributions)

Fanless PC has four expansion slotsview story

http://www.linuxfordevices.com – Axiomtek announced a fanless, industrial & shoebox& PC with four expansion slots and support for processors as fast as 2.53GHz. The IPC914-211-FL supports Intel Core 2 Duo and Celeron M CPUs, with up to 8GB of DDR3 memory, dual gigabit Ethernet ports, and a 2.5-inch drive bay, says the company.... (Embedded)

Wine 1.3.2 Releasedview story

http://www.wine-reviews.net – The Wine development release 1.3.2 is now available. Whats new in this release: Update of the Gecko engine, now including a 64-bit version. New implementation of console support on Unix terminals. Many new functions in the C runtime dlls. Various bug fixes. The source is available now. (Software)

PAC released and installation instructions includedview story

http://www.ubuntugeek.com – PAC is a Perl/GTK Gnome replacement for SecureCRT/Putty/etc… It provides a GUI to configure SSH/Telnet connections: users, passwords, EXPECT regular expressions, macros, etc. You like ‘SSHMenu’? If so, you must check this tool. (...)Read the rest of PAC released and installation instructions included (124 words) © admin for Ubuntu Geek, 2010. (HowTos)

[SOLVED] rtl8190 WiFi N PCI Card Driverview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Seeing the frustration many seem to experience with WiFi drivers (including myself), I thought it important to post the results of my effort. I tried all of the publicly available drivers I could find. Nothing worked. A simple email to Realtek support via their website fixed the problem. I sent the Version, kernel, and card information. (HowTos)

Problem with NVidiaview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hi, I'm using Sony Vaio VPCCW26FG (CW Series). It's graphic card is NVidia GeForce GT 330M. I use Ubuntu 10.04 32-bit as my operating system, dual boot with windows 7. Recently I installed new driver from NVidia 256.53, but looks like this driver is not so stable on my notebook. Sometimes the NVidia driver is successfully loaded, but sometimes its failed to load. (HowTos)

Hello, my fellow penguinsview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hello LQ! I am a crazy PC Support guy by day, a gamer by night. I help out in many free forums, helping members with troubleshooting and recommending stuff. I also repair friends' computers on the side. I know a lot about hardware, and Windows software from XP to 7. But as I see this won't help here, I'll stop bragging. lol I am not a noob going into any Linux distro, head first. (HowTos)