The Embedded and Mobile Linux Trends Shaping 2012view story

http://www.linuxfoundation.org – We’re preparing for our weeklong extravaganza of mobile and embedded development next week. Android Builders Summit kicks off Monday and ELC follows on Wednesday, taking place February 15-17, 2012. For the really hard-core, we’ve even lined up some hands-on mobile and embedded Linux training courses over the weekend. I'm especially looking forward to the Yocto Project crash course. (General)

Hello to everyoneview story

http://androidforums.com – I am posting a hello to everyone so I can ask my first question in a application post. I am completely new to both java and android programming as most of my programming experience is in dotNet. Hopefully this forum will be useful and I will get some help from everyone. Thanks KJ (General)

Any dangers from installing freecol 0.10.3?view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – One game that I rather enjoy on Ubuntu is Freecol. When I upgraded to 11.10 there was also a change in the look and feel, especially in the way turns take much longer as the years go by. I'm not sure what version I had to begin with, but the current version is 0.10.0. Yesterday I went to take a look at the documentation and noticed the current version of the game is 0.10.3. (Hardware)

[ubuntu] What does this rkhunter log mean?view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I recently ran rkhunter. (Hardware)

How to install OpenJDK-6 1.10.4 on Lucid (10.04 LTS)view story

http://askubuntu.com – Ubuntu Server Lucid (10.04) works perfect on my good old i586, but it lacks the CMOV instruction required for the openjdk-6-jdk (6b20-0ubuntu1 ~ 01.09.10-10.04.3), this "bug" been fixed in version 1.10 of OpenJDK (http://mail.openjdk.java.net/pipermail/distro-pkg-dev/2011-March/013371....) Is there an way to install (or repack/recompile) openjdk-6-jdk (6b22-1.10.4-0ubuntu1~11.04.2) for Lucid? O (HowTos)

How can I execute a .jar file from the terminalview story

http://askubuntu.com – I know that to execute a file, I use the . command, then the file name with a space between them. But I'm trying to execute a .jar file using the . and it does not work. I went into the properties and marked it as executable and made it run with Java. Is there a way to execute a file with Java in the Bash Terminal? I am trying to execute the Minecraft.jar file. (HowTos)

Does using epub2pdf pose a potential security risk? Is there an alternative?view story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – epub2pdf is a fairly platform-independent program. Based on Java, it executes without a hitch on my machine, with no dependencies. However, strangely enough, the program requires an active internet connection to work properly. (HowTos)

The Humble Indie Bundle #2view story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – Hi, I'm using radeon open source driver with my AMD 6970.This is the list of games I'm having issues with:FrozenSynapse : installed from AUR , returns this : /usr/bin/frozensynapse: line 3:  1327 Segmentation fault      ./FrozenSynapse $@Revenge of the Titans : installed from AUR simply does nothing (no console output at all)Please note that :# pacman -Ss jre (HowTos)

Tracking down "Connection reset" errors in Linuxview story

http://serverfault.com – I'm handling large numbers of concurrent downloads (approx. 500 per server) using Java. All the files are being downloaded from Amazon S3, and the downloading server is an EC2 m1.large instance. Occasionally, 2 or more of the streams will simultaneously be broken, resulting in a java.net.SocketException. (HowTos)

What's the fastest distro to run under VirtualBox?view story

http://askubuntu.com – I would like to have an Ubuntu VirtualBox vm to develop in Java. Though, it seems somewhat an overkill to run only the JVM, IntelliJ, Grails, Git, Maven... as I am new to Linux, I would like to keep on using Ubuntu. What do you recommend as distro of choice? Xubuntu? Lubuntu? Any other? Thanks! (HowTos)