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Linux or Windows

Does anyone knows/experienced to use both programs? Which is easier to use Linux or Windows?

Any topics about android?

I wonder if there is any topics about android in this forum?

FB or Twitter?

What social network do you use often? Facebook or Twitter and why? I use Twitter because the posters there have sense compared to Facebook :p They post everything they like and want to say and they even bully people because of what they post.

Open Source MID Community

OpenSourceMID.org is an open community to provide support and discussions for K7 MID or any other open source MID projects through this website. more>>

DVD Movie to Final Cut Pro - Import DVD into FCP/FCE and edit dvd movies with FCP/FCE

How to import DVD movie into Final Cut Pro or Final Cut Express in order to edit DVD files with FCP/FCE? Generally speaking import DVD movie into FCP/FCE for editing is not an easy thing for you, because the Final Cut Pro supports including DV, HDV, P2 MXF (DVCProHD), XDCAM, 2K, film formats. So if you import DVD files into FCP directly, you must be failed. more>>

Useable Technology

Hat’s off. Well done, as we know that “hard work always pays off”, after a long struggle with sincere effort it’s done. --------- Useable Technology

How to convert mp4 files?

Do you have mp4 files and want to convert this files to other format? I use MP4 Converter and I recommend it to you. This is the fastest software I've ever used. I need just click "Convert" button and MP4-Converter can convert MP4 files just for seconds. more>>

Should I root my Droid?

So, what are you all's opinions? Should I root my shiny new Droid or keep the Android 2.1 update 1 that is on it now? What are some of the things I can do post rooting that I cannot do now?

AA1 Question

I'm brand new to Linux Journal, but maybe you guys can help me. I've got an AA1 with the linux linpus variant. I tweaked it a little bit with the help of this site http://hubpages.com/hub/First-Steps-To-Acer-Aspire-One-Perfection.(I didn't try the ones he put a # beside of) Now I cannot get several of the desktop icons or programs to work (E-mail, calendar, etc.) Can any of you guys help?

How do i do this

I am after an install of a stable and secure flavour of Linux to run as an _easily_* configurable router.

The router needs one LAN interface and two WAN interfaces, with many specific rules needed as to what data goes through which interface. These rules need to be simple to add, remove, and change. This must include the ability to change rules automatically if a WAN interface more>>

This is definitely your papa's C++

A colleague of mine,he's old, not 100 old, actually he's closer to 50, but in IT, that's pretty old. more>>

botnet ensnares government PCs

So I wonder what os and which web browser allows this kind of an attack?? I would like to say "it wouldn't happen to a linux box" but I don't really know for sure. Could this be a wake up call for governments to switch??

http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/rss/-/2/hi/technology/8010729.stm

Calling All High Calbre Professionals!!

Hi,

I am a Specialist Recruitment Executive, focusing purely Open Source (particularly Linux) Software in the London UK area. I am always looking for High calibre Professionals for Exciting Roles within London.

If you are looking for a new role at the moment, or are just interested in what the Market is doing at this present time, please drop me a line. more>>

The Open Source Wireless Router from Netgear

WGR614l - this linux based wireless router is wonderful product from Netgear. It supports many third party open source broadcom based firmwares like DD-WRT, Tomato etc. This is a good one for the newbies since its easy to setup and configure and as well as for the developer since it provides the freedom to choose third party software to port on it.

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