As keen listeners to the TuxRadar podcast will know, we were challenged to use a Linux distribution for a fortnight from outside of the Distrowatch top 100. Here's what we chose... (Mike Saunders, Paul Hudson, Graham Morrison, Andrew Gregory) Click here to read!
How many filesystems does Linux understand? Prepare to be very impressed. Plus: Linux on Windows with Cygwin, and remote access to Linux via SSH, FTP and VNC. (Chris Brown) Available as a PDF to subscribers.
If you need to get data from various people on the internet, you could pay for a polling service, or use Google Docs for free. Plus: mail and calendars in Thunderbird. (Andy Channelle) Click here to read!
RSS: Aggregate popular sites
If moving between your favourite sites bores you, we have the perfect solution to make surfing the web a more efficient experience. (Bob Moss) Available as a PDF to subscribers.
Every single company in the world appears to have some sort of mapping application. Plus: Android upgrade (Froyo) for high-end phones; Mandriva Spring 2010.1; Humane PC and Humane Reader; new IBM Z Series and Power7 machines; Spotify for Linux, tablet mar (Andy Channelle) Available as a PDF to subscribers.
Distrowatch: Ubuntu 10.10
After a brief lull, more Maverick Meerkat details are emerging bleary-eyed from the burrow. Plus: Debian 6.0, Fedora 14, Ubuntu Unity interface. (Susan Linton) Available as a PDF to subscribers.
What on Earth: Google CL
As Google breaks from the shackles of the web browser, we explain its now command line tool - bringing Google Docs to a shell near you. (Bob Moss) Available as a PDF to subscribers.