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Kernel Log: Linux and Hard Disks with 4-KByte Sectors

In future, fdisk will arrange partitions in such a way that the new hard disks with 4-KByte sectors can achieve optimum performance. The developers of Realtime Linux have released new kernel versions, and the completion of 2.6.32.9 and 2.6.33 is also approaching...
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OpenOffice.org 3.2 Racks Up Spreadsheet Tweaks and File Format Fixes

The latest version of the OpenOffice.org productivity suite, 3.2, has grown better at handling Microsoft Office's XML-based file formats, and demonstrates slow, but promising new developments on the feature add-on front. Check out the slide gallery below for a look at the suite in action, and be su...
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XGI Working On Big Linux Patch For Big Feature

XGI's Linux driver was written off as dead back in the summer of 2008 when Ian Romanick who had been working on the open-source XGI Linux driver through his work at IBM had left the company to go join Intel where he now works on Mesa and Intel's open-source 3D stack. XGI Technology really hasn't pu...
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Need a Job? Learn Drupal

The demand for talent to support and develop open source software like Linux and Drupal continues to grow. If you need a job, it's time to brush up on your Drupal skills.
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Stable Kernel 2.6.32.9

The 2.6.32.9 stable kernel update is available. There are over 90 fixes in this update, quite a few of which are security-related. Subscribers can refer to our detailed summary for more information on the...
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OpenOffice.org 3.2 Offers Modest Update, Better Startup Speed

Version 3.2 of the open-source OpenOffice.org productivity suite delivers a handful of file format compatibility enhancements alongside feature tweaks for the suite's Calc spreadsheet application and continued gains in startup speed for the suite as a whole. - Last month saw the latest rele...
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