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30 November 2007 21:45

Run Knoppix from a USB device without rebooting | USB Pen Drive Linux

The following tutorial covers the process of running Knoppix persistently from a portable USB flash drive using Qemu from a Windows 98, XP or Vista host PC without ever rebooting. Most of your personal settings and changes are automatically saved back to the stick and restored at boot via the Persistence image. This is accomplished using Qemu emulation software in conjunction with a persistent virtual hard disk image file for saving and restoring changes

01 September 2007 16:00

Miro - free, open source internet tv and video player

by 25 others, 1 comment
The only video player you need. Free and open-source, because open media matters.

28 October 2006 14:00

¿Aún usas Internet Explorer?

A mí tampoco. Pero ¿qué creías, que si no usas IE ya tienes que usar Netscape? No, hay muchas alternativas. Netscape era un navegador de pago que vio que no podía competir con Internet Explorer, porque éste venía instalado en todos los ordenadores, así que ya estaba todo el mercado perdido. Por eso, en 1998, decidió liberar su código fuente (se hizo software libre), y eso salvó el programa: de ahí surgió el proyecto llamado Mozilla, y cada vez más voluntarios fueron colaborando y mejorándolo. El proyecto avanza cada vez más rápido, y ha superado así a muchos navegadores, incluido naturalmente a Netscape. Netscape no me gustaba por muchas cosas: también hacía eso de apartarse de los estándares (un poco), era de pago, fallaba bastante, y no era software libre (y eso se nota). El proyecto Mozilla ha tenido muchos descendientes (subproyectos) que en Netscape nunca hubieran hecho. 7. Yo uso IE porque me sale de los...

26 October 2006 22:45

Choice of a GNU Generation - Free Software Foundation (FSF)

When we say these application programs are free software, we're talking about freedom, not price. It means that you are free to use these programs constructively, either alone or in a community, while respecting the freedom of others. The source code is available, so that you can study the software, adapt it to your needs, fix bugs, and release versions with new features. You can also convince or pay others to do these things for you. You are also free to give away and free to sell copies, under the terms of the applicable free software license. These programs are free software because you have freedom in using them. Free software develops under the control of its users.

19 April 2006 13:45

17 April 2006 22:45

The Easter Egg Archive

by 8 others (via)
Hidden secrets in software, movies, music and more!

Egg heaven 2000

>Easter Eggs in Games, DVD, Curious things

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