News & personal updates
- 0:00:36 Linux Mint has acquired the copyright to a couple of potential new logo designs. http://blog.linuxmint.com/?p=1700
- 0:01:47 The OpenSuse team released version 11.4 of their Linux distribution on March 10th. http://www.linuxplanet.com/linuxplanet/newss/7316/1/
- 0:5:46 Red Hat has changed the way it ships the source code for the Linux kernel. http://www.h-online.com/open/news/item/Red-Hat-defends-changes-to-kernel-source-distribution-1202733.html and http://bit.ly/fqT1zu
- 0:10:30 Mark Shuttleworth announced that version 11.10 if Canonical’s Ubuntu Linux will be called “Oneiric Ocelot.” http://bit.ly/gpXyOq
- 0:11:53 The Pwn2own hacking challenge is scheduled for March 9th thru 11th. http://bit.ly/gSODvu and http://bit.ly/flmvjC
- 0:14:07 Brian Proffitt had a post on his IT World blog with the announcement that Nokia has sold the commercial branch of its Qt business to Finnish software services company Digia. http://bit.ly/e9WgcJ
- 0:17:41 Sebastian Kugler has announced on the KDE News website that the first round of updates is available for KDE 4.6.0. http://bit.ly/eaahYu
- 0:19:21 Prominent Open Source advocate and Austin resident Ken Starks will be helping kick off the Texas Linux Fest on April 2, 2011. http://texaslinuxfest.org/
- 0:20:12 Linux Mint 10 KDE review and discussion
- 0:44:13 Multisystem – http://liveusb.info/dotclear/
Website of the Week
- The website of the podcast for this episode is http://dot.kde.org/ . Dot KDE Org is a great place to go for information on all things KDE related. On the main page you can get KDE news and information, and there are links to KDE.org, Planet KDE, and the main KDE forums. You can even get quick access to KDE artwork. If you are a fan of KDE, check it out.
Tip of the Podcast
- echo “!!” > script.sh
- This will allow you to create a script from the command you just ran.
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