Hemisphere on Porting to Linuxview story

http://www.linuxgames.com – Hemisphere games has a blog post examining the economic costs and benefits of adding Linux support to their award-winning game Osmos: A little over a month ago we released the Linux port of Osmos, promising statistics on our sales and downloads. We wanted to find out – from a financial perspective, for our studio – “is [...] (Software)

How to install the Flash Plugin for Firefox on Ubuntu Lucid Lynxview story

http://gamblis.com – If you are new to Ubuntu Linux and confuse how to enable the Flash plugin support for Firefox browser, you can follow this short tutorial on how to install and enable Flash plugin on Firefox. This tutorial was made using Ubuntu Lucid Lynx, but may works also on other Ubuntu version too. (Distributions)

How to enable Icons on the Ubuntu System Menuview story

http://gamblis.com – Maybe some of you did not realize that in Ubuntu Lucid Lynx, there are no icons on the System Menu. The icons are exist on the Applications and Places menu. It still in doubt why Ubuntu team doing this. (Distributions)

openSUSE Wiki – Episode II: A new hopeview story

http://news.opensuse.org – You hear it in the bushes since quite some time, rumors spread and people whisper about it: A new wiki for the openSUSE project is coming very soon! The openSUSE Wiki team is in the last preparations to launch the new wiki on (Distributions)

BlankON Linux version 6.0 Released, Download Link Availableview story

http://gamblis.com – The new version of the popular Indonesian Linux Distro BlankOn 6.0 already released. Its Ainul Hakim that was announced the release of this BlankOn Linux 6.0. The new BlankOn 6.0 gets code name “Ombilin” and is based on the latest Ubuntu Lucid Lynx. (Distributions)

Must have applications for your Ubuntu Linux machineview story

http://reviewglitz.com – Ubuntu 10.04, Lucid Lynx has been released about two months ago, and everything goes cool, till this time. How about adding a little more spice to your Ubuntu desktop. Lucid Lynx comes with Ubuntu software center, which is our starting point in this Ubuntu must have applications article.You can install these apps, by simply searching their names on Ubuntu Software Center. (General)

Pommed 1.33 to support MacBook (Pro) 6,1, 6,2 and MacBook Pro 7,1view story

http://mac.linux.be –  Pommed has been updated to include support for the 2010 Apple laptops. Notes: This release adds support for the early 2010 machines. It also removes the dependency on Glade for gpomme. Changes: read more (Distributions)

Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Meerkat drops pre-i686 CPU support. Does it affect you?view story

http://linuxfilesystem.com – Question of the day: Do you have any pre-i686 hardware? If so, tell us about it! Also, what do you think about TWIL Talks? It’s just something I’m trying out. If you don’t care for it, it’s not a permanent fixture. Thanks for watching! Buy My T-Shirts! twil.spreadshirt.com & http My Website: www.thisweekinlinux.com [...] (General)

Control Applications With Simon Speech Recognitionsview story

http://www.linuxnov.com – 0savesSave (HowTos)

New donation pool to raise funds for Ripple developmentview story

http://linuxo.com – P2P Foundation: "A new donation pool has been created to raise funds for development of the Ripple project, with an initial contribution of $500.00. The final amount will be donated to the Ripple project to support the development of a standalone Ripple server to provide open decentralized payment through the Ripplepay site as well as other services using Ripple. (General)