Alternative keyboard-triggred launcher for specific file type in file managers (Dolphin and/or nautilus)view story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – Is it possible to have an (or some) alternative launchers (i.e. Open With) for each file type and be able to trigger them using keyboard modifier keys (Shift, Ctrl & Alt) in linux's KDE and/or Gnome file managers (Dolphin and/or Nautilus)? (HowTos)

IBM Sets Neutral Commissions on Power, Storage Channel Salesview story

http://www.thevarguy.com – For the remainder of this year, IBM will compensate its client and brand teams equally regardless of whether the channel is involved in sales that include Power Systems and/or Storage Systems to midmarket companies, according to an IBM executive. In a letter to midmarket channel partners, Bill Donohue, IBM North America vice president, Business Partner & Midmarket Sales, wrote, “IBM is making (IT news)

Nginx how to disable multithread downloadsview story

http://serverfault.com – I was wondering if its possible to disable multithread downloads on nginx. Right now users can use download managers to download a file by splitting a file and I was wondering how I can prevent that on my nginx server. (HowTos)

Broadcom BCM4322 [14e4: 432b] Can't connect to Wirelessview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – dbus is in your daemons array, so you should not need to start it manually.  If for some reason you think you should, then use `rc.d restart dbus`.  If a service is not running the restart command will simply start it, but if it is already running, restart will stop it, then start it again.You will, however, need a dbus-session (different from the dbus daemon).  If you get dbus erro (HowTos)

Untangling the Linux Graphics Stack.view story

http://linuxlandit.blogspot.com – This is an introductory overview post for the Linux Graphics Stack, and how it currently all fits together. I initially wrote it for myself after having conversations with people like Owen Taylor, Ray Strode and Adam Jackson about this stack. I had to go back to them every month or so and learn the stuff from the ground up all over again, as I had forgotten every single piece. (HowTos)

[ubuntu] Plymouth updates/ or "fixes"?view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I wasn't exactly sure where to put such a topic. But does anyone have a slick trick to hide an update of a plymouth theme? (Hardware)

IceWM install and setup guide.view story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – IceWM is a window and session manager that in a sense emulated old Windows look and feel. Its features are that it's light and simple to use. (HowTos)

Problem with install CentOS on UEFI systems (Error: reboot and select proper boot device ...)view story

https://www.centos.org – You may want to take a look at an EFI boot manager rEFInd. Many EFI/UEFI boot managers built into the systems firmware are designed for a specific OS like Windows and fail with anythin... [by hawkmage] (Distributions)

Chef Offers a Recipe for the Open Source Cloudview story

http://www.linuxfoundation.org – Opscode's open source framework Chef is part of the orchestration layer of platform-agnostic software aimed at allowing developers to create a reproducible blueprint for server configuration and automation. (General)

Todd Robinson and the 31 flavors projectview story

http://www.linuxandlife.com – There is a joke that there are more Linux distros than the total amount of Linux users. When this saying is obviously exaggerating, it is true that we have a lot of Linux distros already out there. But there will be more. (Distributions)