Are there any risks to installing ACPI and how do I install ACPI?view story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – I'm using the newest Fedora 19 which I just installed yesterday running Gnome 3 I think. Should I install acpi? (HowTos)

Imaging hard disksview story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – Hi, I have a win7 laptop that I'd like to create an image of the hard disk to be able to restore later, or restore to an identical hard disk as part of a charity project I'm involved with that includes about 50 other identical laptops. I'm aware I can use dd to just dump the disk image to a file then restore using dd back to the slave disk. I'd like to see if there's something more flexib (HowTos)

booting a self-signed Linux kernelview story

http://www.linuxfoundation.org – Now that The Linux Foundation is a member of the UEFI.org group, I’ve been working on the procedures for how to boot a self-signed Linux kernel on a platform so that you do not have to rely on any external signing authority. After digging through the documentation out there, it turns out to be relatively simple in the end, so here’s a recipe for how I did this, and how you can duplicate it yoursel (General)

Andreessen Horowitz's Scott Weiss On Why There Will Be 30 New Franchises In The Enterpriseview story

http://techcrunch.com – The future of enterprise software is anything but boring. Andreessen Horowitz partner Scott Weiss aptly predicted his guest post titled “30 New Franchises” a few weeks ago, there a massive opportunity to create new multi-billion-dollar enterprise franchises despite incumbents throwing massive amounts of money to acquire these franchises. (IT news)

[ubuntu] Random pink / blue lines on screen which disappears with imageview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hi, I have a Dell Studio 1555. It was running Windows 7 and now i have changed it to Ubuntu 12.04.1. The problem I have is a bit ridiculous. For some pictures alone, a quarter portion of the screen shows pink and blue horizontal lines. I tried taking a screen print, but the lines do not appear on them. (Hardware)

OpenSUSE 13.1 Will Be the Next Evergreen Versionview story

http://news.softpedia.com – OpenSUSE 13.1, a free and Linux-based operating system for PCs, laptops, or servers that you can use to surf the web, manage your e-mails and photos, do office work, and play videos or music, will become the next Evergreen version. The developers of OpenSUSE have decided that the 13.1 version will be the next Evergreen release, which is actually the next long-term support distribution. “Th (IT news)

OpenSUSE 13.1 Milestone 4 Gets New GNOME and KDE Packagesview story

http://news.softpedia.com – OpenSUSE, a free and Linux-based operating system for PCs, laptops, or servers that you can use to surf the web, manage your e-mails and photos, do office work, and play videos or music, is now at version 13.1 Milestone 4. According to the developers, this release is not fully functional, let alone stable. (IT news)

[gnome] Desktop icon positions doesnt change back to layout when switching between resolutionview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hi, sorry for my bad english, I try to explain what's the problem: I'm running an Ubuntu 12.04.02 LTS with Gnome Shell 3.4.1. When I come to office, I plug in my laptop into a docking station, where a 24inch monitor is connected to. The laptops display is 15,4inch. Everytime i switch working between docking station and without, the desktop icons are disordered on the screen. (Hardware)

New Server setupview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Can anyone give some input in to this for me. i have got a nice power PC/server.. P4 i5 Q4 16Gb Ram 3 x SSD 60Gb drives 2 x 1Gb NIC etc etc RasPberry PI x 3 Compac 733 desktops x 3 laptops x 4 10/100/1000 switch (8port) 10/100 switch x3 (8 port & 5 port & 4 port) router (4port) I am thinking of settup up a new LTSP server to run 3 Raspberry PI clients off of this server. (HowTos)

GNOME: GNOME Receives Hardware Donations to Assist with High-Definition Supportview story

http://www.gnome.org – The GNOME Foundation has received several generous donations of laptops, which will be made available to contributors to assist with ongoing work on high-definition display support. High-definition displays offer a significant improvement over traditional hardware, and are set to become increasingly popular in the future. (Software)