- Btrfs Battles EXT4 With The Linux 2.6.33 Kernel
Test results from the Linux 2.6.33 kernel and the very popular EXT4 and Btrfs file-systems.
- Building Linux Virtual Private Networks (VPNs)
some good information for evaluating potential Linux VPN setups, but if you're looking for a HOWTO, this isn't it
A real gem of a file manager absent from the standard Ubuntu repositories but sporting a unique feature. That's DFileManager in a twitterish statement.
- gobe Productive
a first look at gobeProductive 3.0
- GreatBridge PostgreSQL version 7.0.3
rated 19/20 - a great product and an excellent alternative database
- Keep Track of Your Money
Machtelt Garrels takes a look at four open-source accounting programs: Emma, GnuCash, jGnash and QHacc
- PowerWindows Review
Linux Journal conclude "AppGen PowerWindows is not a package you'll have up and running in an afternoon. It's a serious business-class package, and as such you will need to do some planning and involve the whole organization to get it set up and running."
- SheevaPlug eSATA Plug Computer
The tiny form factor and completely solid-state nature of the device combine with an incredibly low power draw to make a tempting home server.
- SuSE Linux eMail Server III
vnunet.com "SuSE's Linux Email Server III is an SMTP mail server that builds on the basic mail handling facilities already included in the Linux distribution and adds support for multiple domains."
- The Raspberry Pi: A Review
The reviewer applauds the Raspberry Pi Foundation for the outstanding job in bringing the Raspberry Pi to the masses.
- Win4Lin 4.0
"All in all, I am very impressed with Win4Lin. In fact, this application is among the very few which got me extremely impressed the last few months. It is so cool seeing Windows running under Linux in almost native speed, and it is also cool when resizing the Windows window under X11, to have the Windows resolution change on the fly and get accommodated in the new window sizes (the special Netraverse graphics driver supports many non-VESA resolutions to please every window size)!"