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Cool Article about command line history tricks

I thought this article was really cool.  History is no longer something I simply grep 🙂

Here is the article: 15 Examples To Master Linux Command Line History

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Kernel presentation by Greg Kroah Hartman

One of the guys that I work with sent me this link.  Its a really good presentation that GKH gave at Google Tech Talks.  For those that don’t know who GKH is, he is a Novell employee that started the Linux Driver Project.  There were some really cool stats about the kernel and its development in there.  For example, on a per day basis there are 4,300 lines added, 1,800 lines removed, and 1,500 lines modified on the stable kernel (2007 – 2008). You have to watch to see the rest.

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Top 4 Alternatives to Ubuntu Linux

Came across this article from Matt Hartley.  He gives openSUSE a very positive review.  Go check it out.

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Off to Linux World Expo

I’m sitting in the airport waiting to head out to San Francisco.  Starting tomorrow as many know is Linux World Expo.  I’m really excited and can’t wait.  I’m going so that I can help with the opensuse booth.  This year there is an openSUSE community day.  If you go to that link there is a list of the events.  They have some really good presenters that will cover some really cool topics.  So, if you are passing though make sure that you stop by the openSUSE community day.  I can’t wait!

From what I understand there are some really good booths to stop by as well,  One of them is Linux Journal.  I’ve been working with them to get our conference in their magazine and the person that I was talking to said there will be some sort of really cool secret swag this year.

If you are going to be there, I’ll see you then.