Thoughts about #! on a Ultrabook (MB Air equivalent)?view story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – Hi everyone, first post here.I really like the portability of the new ultrabooks, particularly Asus' 13" Zenbook. The excellent battery life is really attractive too (about 5-6 hours in the tests I've seen, rated for 7).I'm a little concerned though, going from a past of pretty monstrous laptops (in terms of CPU power), to something running at 1.7Ghz. (HowTos)

Network install all versions of windows for univeristy IT help deskview story

http://serverfault.com – I work at the help desk for students, faculty and staff at a large university. As part of our daily operations we see ourselves installing every version of windows (xp, vista, 7; both 32 and 64 bit of each) and we are trying to find a way to reduce the need to continually burn CD/DVD's, and automate the workflow of the process. (HowTos)

Creating an efficient work flow for developersview story

http://serverfault.com – I need some ideas on how our work flow compares to some others. We have a single developer that works on our marketing website and she knows how to code and that's about it (no source control experience, no command line.... nothing). In the past the developer has always edited everything directly on the server using Eclipse. (HowTos)

ezpdf's cpu leak kills batteryview story

http://androidforums.com – I frequently use ezpdf for pdf's that come from various sources. For more than three months now, ezpdf has been suddenly hogging the cpus of my Galaxy Note and Galaxy S2, driving them at 50%. At first, I'd only notice this when I'd notice that the phone got hot for no reason, or there was a big unexplained reduction in battery percentage. (General)

Shared Home and Desktops with Win7/Linux Dual Bootview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – hey, I hope it is ok to crosspost this. I put this on the LinuxMint Forum, but as I am at home in these parts and as a big fan of your humor concerning things go crunch!bang! and your profound knowledge and scepticism , I wanted to ask you guys about it, too.. (HowTos)

openSUSE Weekly News 205 is out!view story

http://news.opensuse.org – We are pleased to announce our Issue 205 of the openSUSE Weekly News. openSUSE Weekly News openSUSE Weekly News Team 205 Edition Legal Notice This work (compilation) is licenced under Creative Commons attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. The rights for the compilation itself are copyright by Sascha Manns. Opt-Out: If you are an Author and don& (Distributions)

Why Linux Isn’t As Good As Everyone Makes It Out To Be [Opinion]view story

http://www.makeuseof.com – Linux is a highly developed, stable and advanced operating system – this, I will never question. It comes in every conceivable flavour – from server solutions that simply work (again, this cannot be argued with) to desktop releases with more software than anyone could possibly ever need.So what’s the problem? Why, in the year 2011 is Linux still not ready for the desktop? (General)

ColorHug: an open colorimeterview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – I just saw this as well on the H. What's your color calibration workflow? I was assuming I'd just use Argyll. Working on migrating away from pure OSX for color managed graphics workflow. altercation https://bbs.archlinux.org/profile.php?id=48832 2011-11-18T07:42:10Z (HowTos)

Ubuntu Studio Leaves GNOME; Moves To Xfceview story

http://techie-buzz.com – In a surprising development, the Ubuntu Studio developers have decided to switch over from GNOME to Xfce. Ubuntu Studio is an official Ubuntu derivative which is developed mainly for multimedia works. (General)

Open-Bugs-Day on Sunday the 20th of Februaryview story

http://news.opensuse.org – As you all know, we’re closing in on the Final Release of openSUSE 11.4… and so in this last window for bug-fixing we need your help! The testing team is looking for volunteers to help with bugs in bugzilla on the Open-Bugs-Day at Sunday the 20th of February. (Distributions)