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July 2007 News Archives


Warsow 0.31 Released

WINE 0.9.40 Now Available

Linux 2.6.22-rc7 Now Available

Slackware 12.0 Hits The Web

Nero Linux 3 - Pay To Burn

Mozilla Firefox 3.0 Alpha 6

SF Community Choice Awards

KDE 4.0 Alpha 2 Released

GNOME 2.18.3 & GNOME 2.19.4 Are Out

The Status of PATA Support in Linux

Project Nevada G11N Launches

Logitech Harmony 880 With Linux

Linux 2.6.20.15 & Linux 2.6.21.6

Nouveau Companion 23

Linux 2.6.22 Kernel Released

Intel Invests In VMware

OpenMoko Delivers True Linux Phone

Samba Has Love For The GPLv3

Avivo Linux R500 Driver v0.1.0 Coming

Linux 2.6.22.1 Kernel Released

Merging For Linux 2.6.23 Kernel

Avivo R500 Driver Changes

The Completely Fair Scheduler

SXCE Build 68 Released

Apple Buys Out CUPS Printing

New Open-Source Intel Innovation

Ubuntu's Free Software Laptop

New Linux Kernel AGP Maintainer

GIMP 2.2.17 Released

Easy TV Data To Rescue MythTV

WINE 0.9.41 Released

BeleniX 0.6.1 Released

Avivo Driver Gets Shadow FB Support

Smolt To Become A "Linux Thing"

Solaris Telecom Servers From Intel

Intel Takes Mobile CPU To The Extreme

Intel's Moblin Project Introduced

Phoronix Everything RSS Feed

AvivoTool Gets Updated

Mozilla Firefox 2.0.0.5 Released

KVM Gets SMP Guests, Speed Boosts

LM_Sensors 2.10.4 Released

Xen SMP Guest Support Hits Kernel

AMD Watermark: "Testing Use Only"

AMD Train Runs Off The Tracks, Again

Mozilla Thunderbird 2.0.0.5 Released

LGuest Merged In Linux 2.6.23 Kernel

Fixing The AMD Watermark Issue

GCC 4.2.1 Released

Linux Gets Stable Userspace Driver API

Canonical To Launch "Landscape"

Next Ubuntu LTS Release In 2008

Ubuntu Bazaar 1.0 Coming

Linux 2.6.23-rc1 Kernel Released

AMD 8.39.4 Driver Re-released

Dell Wants Better ATI Linux Drivers

Nouveau Companion 24

Solaris 10 7/07 HW Release

Ubuntu Live 2007 Conclusion

AMD "Unsupported Hardware" On Linux

GIMP 2.4.0 Coming Soon

The Medison Laptop, A Mordacious Scam?

SLAX 6.0.0 RC5 Released

Linux 2.6.16.53 Kernel Released

Phoronix Feedback / Survey

Linux 2.4.35 Kernel Released

WINE 0.9.42 Released

Fedora 8 To Integrate OpenJDK

Xen For Solaris Updated

Extra Packages For RHEL, CentOS

Phoronix Forums Upgraded

Nouveau Driver Gets X-Video Fixes

Fedora 7 x86_64 Fix For ATI Driver

ATI R200 TV-Out In Open-Source Driver

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.1 Beta

Mozilla Firefox 2.0.0.6 Released

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