openSUSE issues an online update to KDE 4.3.5.

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KDE 4.4

Itching to try out KDE 4.4 ? Here’s a short guide on how you can install KDE 4.4 in openSUSE, (K)Ubuntu, ArchLinux & Fedora.

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US based software firm Adobe is officially a part of the Wireless Linux group LiMo. LiMo focuses on the development of Linux for mobile devices, especially hand-held devices like cellphones.

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Linux Mint 8 “Helena” Fluxbox Community Edition and Linux Mint 8 “Helena” KDE64 Community Edition have been released. The Fluxbox Edition is Linux Mint 8 “Helena” with the Fluxbox Window manager. The KDE64 edition is identical to Linux Mint 8 “Helena” KDE Edition only that it runs on machines with 64-bit processors.

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OpenOffice.org 3.2 or OO.o 3.2, released yesterday, is the latest stable release of the OpenOffice.org free and open source cross-platform office application suite.

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KDE 4.4 in its default avatar

Excited about the release of KDE 4.4 ? Wondering whether you should upgrade ? Take a quick screenshot tour of KDE 4.4.

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The Ubuntu Opportunistic Developer Week has been announced between 1st to 6th March to enable opportunistic developers to start writing applications using tools like Python, Glade, Quickly and Ground Control and make development on Ubuntu fun and accessible.

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The first OOoCon was held way back in 2003 at Germany and since then, it has made a huge impact on the growth and promotion of OpenOffice.org. This time too, the conference is to be held at Hungary.

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KDE SC 4.4 has been released alongwith KDE microblogging livefeed buzz.kde.org and a complete redesign of the KDE website. The KDE SC 4.4 Release introduces major new desktop as well as interface technologies. News on KDE SC 4.4 can be followed on buzz.kde.org

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Canonical issues security advisory, urging users of Ubuntu 6.06, 8.04, 8.10, 9.04 and 9.10 versions to upgrade their kernels.

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One reason for the popularity of Android and Maemo among the developers as well as the cellphone manufacturers is the reason that they are Open-Source and would engage more developers and give them transparent application development opportunities. Following this, now Symbian OS has also been released as Open-Source by Symbian Limited.

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openSUSE

One of the most refined Linux distributions, openSUSE announces the availability of the first Milestone build of the upcoming version, openSUSE 11.3.

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This supercomputer, the petascale Dawning 6000 is a successor of the current fastest supercomputer China has, the Dawning 5000a. The Dawning 5000a has been running on AMD powered microprocessors and Windows HPC Server as it’s OS.

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Linux Foundation announces a series of free webinars, covering all aspects of working with Linux including troubleshooting and performance tuning.

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OpenSource.com

After almost 17 years of existence, RedHat has finally launched a new website called Open Source (http://opensource.com) where users can find the latest news, apps and information about products that follow the FOSS fundamentals.

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