Fedora is a Linux-based operating system that showcases the latest in free and open source software. Fedora is always free for anyone to use, modify, and distribute. It is built by people across the globe who work together as a community: the Fedora Project. The Fedora Project is open and anyone is welcome to join. The Fedora Project is out front for you, leading the advancement of free, open software and content.
The winner of the "We’re Linux" contest will receive a free trip to Tokyo, Japan to participate in the Linux Foundation Japan Linux Symposium, which will co-located with the Linux Kernel Summit, in October, 2009.
What Does It Mean to be Free?
Amitay Tweeto lives in Bet Shemesh, Israel and is the Winner of this video contest. Hi’s 25-year old freelance graphic designer and UI consultant entered this contest because he thinks Linux is suffering from bad PR. When people think of Linux they think "technical," gray stuff for programmers only. Amitay wants to let people get to know the other side of Linux, the flexibility they can get with no technical background. "That’s the reason why I love Linux, it can be everything I want it to be."
The Fedora project is proud to present the availability of Fedora 11 (Leonidas) Alpha. Now is the time to test, now is the time to improve.
The Alpha release provides the first opportunity for the wider community to become involved with testing Fedora 11 by way of Rawhide:
Alpha represents a sanitized snapshot of rawhide, Fedora’s development branch, which undergoes rapid changes before becoming the next major release.
Fedora 10 (Cambridge) is shaping up quite nicely, and runs really fast. Released today the latest version v10 after six month of hard work.
Fedora is a ?Linux based operating system that provides users with access to the latest free and open source software, in a stable, secure and easy to manage form. We strongly believe in the bedrock principles that created all the components of our operating system, and because of this we guarantee that Fedora will always be free for anybody, anywhere, to use, modify and distribute.
Today Ubuntu 8.10 Desktop Edition is available for free download and simultaneous Canonical Ltd. release Ubuntu 8.10 Server Edition. Ubuntu 8.10 Desktop Edition is designed for the pervasively connected digital lifestyle. With new 3G network support, users can move smoothly from wired and WiFi networks onto 3G cellphone networks while traveling. Ubuntu 8.10 is also built to be shared – users can start a quick "guest session" on the fly and let someone use their computer to surf the web or check email, while maintaining the security and integrity of their own data. And if that person really enjoys their brief session as an Ubuntu guest, they can put Ubuntu on any USB key and take it home to install on their own computer rather than having to burn a CD.
Daemon tools in Linux is called AcetoneISO where yuo can mount and unmount ISO,MDF,NRG Images. AcetoneISO is CD/DVD image manipulator for Linux.
- Mount and Unmount ISO, MDF, NRG (if iso-9660 standard)
- Convert / Extract / Browse to ISO : *.bin *.mdf *.nrg *.img *.daa *.cdi *.xbx *.b5i *.bwi *.pdi
- Play a DVD Movie ISO with most used media players
- Generate an ISO from a Folder or CD/DVD
- Generate MD5 file of an image
- Encrypt an image
- Split image in X megabyte
- Compress with High Ratio an image
- Rip a PSX cd to *.bin to make it work with epsxe/psx emulators
- Service-Menu support for Konqueror
- Restore a lost CUE file of *.bin *.img
Users in Ubuntu (UNIX) use a lot the Terminal window to run different commands. But some of this commands can be extremely dangerous for you system. From these commands your files can be deleted, a huge number of processes can make your system freezes or deleting all hidden entries in a directory. Is better that everybody knows this commands so I will list some of these commands below and please be careful look but don’t run.