openSUSE Conference 2010 – Collaborate Across Bordersview story

http://forums.opensuse.org – The openSUSE Conference brings together users, contributors and friends of the openSUSE project from 20th to 23rd October in Nuremberg, Germany. Over four days, more than seventy talks and workshops explore the theme of ‘Collaboration Across Borders‘ in Free and Open Source software communities, administration and development. (Distributions)

Gnome-paint,MS-Paint-like drawing tool in Ubuntu Gnomeview story

http://ubuntuguide.net – Gnome-paint is an easy use drawing tool designed for Ubuntu Gnome desktop environment.It is looks very like MS-paint in Windows system,so you may want to try this program in Ubuntu if you used to be a Windows user or you have a Windows dual boot system. See the screenshot: Gnome Paint can be download from its project page.Download appropriate deb package,double click on the deb to install or use (HowTos)

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)

Linux Mint Debianview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – http://www.linuxmint.com/blog/?p=1527"Today is very important for Linux Mint. It's one day to remember in the history of our project as we're about to maintain a new distribution, a rolling one, which promises to be faster, more responsive and with which we're less reliable on upstream components. (HowTos)

Google plans open source Wave in a Boxview story

http://www.itwire.com – Google has announced plans to release a working and workable subset of its now defunct Google Wave project as the open source Wave in a Box. (IT news)

Looking for batch-mode software for left and right trimming 100 imagesview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – This is a one time project so I am only looking for freeware or non-crippled shareware.I have over 100 screenshot BMP images.  Each is 1280 pixels wide.  I want to trim 267 pixels off the left side of each and 63 pixels off the right side.  The resulting images would be 950 pixels wide.This would be a tedious process manually but should be simple with the right image software (comma (HowTos)

Command Line Argumentsview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hi all, Am coding a Chat program in C (WIN32), where i need to communicate between the client and server on two different machines. The client will specify the IP address and port number of the server to establish the connection. I need the client to specify these parameters in the command prompt. (HowTos)

Ripple open decentralized payment systemview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Ripple is a project to develop an open source distributed (p2p) payment system. There's an operational implementation called Ripplepay. It's already useful for managing IOUs among friends and making small transactions (e.g. classifieds at Ripplexchange). With more people and businesses using Ripple it can grow into a more universal payment service. (HowTos)

Trouble Adding a shell script to Openbox Menuview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – I'm having some trouble getting a shell script to execute from the Openbox menu.  The script runs fine from Thunar.  Here is the section in question from my menu.xml:<item label="MOOS Project Viewer"> <action name="Execute"> <execute> /home/tj/.MOOS/MOOS.sh </execute> </action> </item> (HowTos)

openSUSE Connect Betaview story

http://forums.opensuse.org – openSUSE Connect Beta 03-Sep-2010 06:30 As a result of the openSUSE Boosters’ ‘HackMeck‘ two weeks ago at FrOSCoN we are proud to present you with a new beta of openSUSE Connect. Connect is supposed to become the central user database for the openSUSE project. Sounds bland, don”t it? (Distributions)