Thursday, June 08, 2006

Article Roundup

I guess Emacs really can be used as an operating system.

Over at O'Reilly blogs, Brian Jepson gives us some more humor as he is outsmarted by a chatterbot - this for fans of Monty Python.

It seems bloggers really like Ubuntu.

Two good articles on Pre-seeding Debian installations: Part I and Part II.

A former NSA cryptologist gives us a fascinating look at breaking a 137 year-old Confederate code.

Linux.com tells us how to suspend and hibernate a laptop under Linux.

Hewlett-Packard has registered Debian Sarge as a Carrier-Grade Linux. Here is the list of other, registered Linux distributions.

Vitavonni.de tells us how to easily and quickly optimize Linux ext2/ext3 filesystems.

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