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“Mom, the computer is talking to me.”
I was sitting at a VT100 in a cold office building, far from home and missing Saturday morning cartoons. My mother, a UNIX programmer at a large telco, brought me with her to the company’s San Francisco, California office that weekend since my father was out of town. It was an hour’s drive each way and 7 year old me was a bit out of sorts from the long ride and the early hour at which I’d awakened. Mom, though, knew the best way to soothe me was to park me in front of a terminal window and let me have at it with Adventure.
Sure, it's most often considered one of the more rudimentary actions to be done on a computer. When you move to the Linux platform, however, you may find yourself asking “Now, how do I move files?”
A new visual approach when calling the 'content picker' in Ubuntu Touch been previewed by the Canonical design team.
The post Video Demo of New Ubuntu Touch Content Picker Transitions first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
An updated version of the Intel Graphics Installer for Linux has been released by the Intel Open Source Technology Centre.
The post Intel Update Automated Linux Driver Installer for Ubuntu 13.10 first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
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What are you up, Verity? Ensconced in one of your comfortable, miles-from-any-critical-path projects?
10 years after Red Hat got serious on enterprise Linux, the company is re-organised for enterprise cloud.
It's still silly season, it seems. Tell the world that a bunch of small business broadband routers have been compromised and recruited into botnets, and the world yawns.