Software (not) news (2)
Today, we're going to introduce games from our "web". New and old games as well. Three representing points have been chosen from each category.
17.6.2009 | Martin Charvát | read 15061×
Comments: 3 | Last: 6.04.2017 15:43
Software (not) news (1)
You can find a software whose signature is already on our portal. This can be for somebody an interesting solution. One product with a shorted signature and a reference is chosen from each category.
20.5.2009 | Martin Charvát | read 10038×
Comments: 2 | Last: 7.04.2016 15:54
interview: Bram Moolenaar
Bram Moolenaar is the author of Vim, text editor which is very popular among unix enthusiasts.
27.6.2007 | Luboš Turek | read 23320×
Comments: 2 | Last: 3.02.2016 12:18
Dreamlinux 2.2 MULTIMEDIA EDITION
Review of new version of distro of Linux dreams from Brazil.
5.1.2007 | František Hucek | read 67393×
Comments: 1 | Last: 6.09.2014 12:09
Interview with João Batista Esteves - Dreamlinux
Dreamlinux is by my opinion the best Linux distro at the moment. We bring you interview with João Batista Esteves (Drjesteves) - Dreamlinux Project Leader.
18.12.2006 | František Hucek | read 23159×
Comments: 1 | Last: 3.01.2017 10:09
Downloads on Linuxsoft.cz
From this month we stopped competition in adding software records. Reason and
our next goal with linux software database are described in this article.
5.8.2005 | Ondřej Čečák | read 29605×
Interview with Ladislav Bodnar - distrowatch.com
Born in former Czechoslovakia, now running from Taiwan the best site of linux distros DistroWatch.
12.3.2005 | František Hucek | read 33566×
Experience from installation Mandrake 10.0 Official on AMD Opteron
We have decided to test several available distributions on our dual-opteron server (details e.g. here. One of the distributions we have chosen to test was Mandrake 10.0 Official pro AMD64.
5.10.2004 | Petr Houštěk | read 25171×
Squid - part II
In the previous part we went through acl classes, now let's continue with acl
13.7.2004 | Petr Houštěk | read 26636×
Diskuze: Comments: 1 | Last: 2.03.2010 06:06
Squid – part I
As you probably know, squid is a web proxy cache. It has a variety of uses,
from speeding up the connection to web servers by caching repeated requests,
to blocking pages with commercial or pornographic content. Squid is very
robust and developed under GPL.
23.6.2004 | Petr Houštěk | read 34710×
Computer science policy, software patents and czech political parties - EP candidates
I was freely inspired for writing this article by Alan Cox's
open letter in
which he appealed to hackers, open-source
supporters and all UK citizens generally to vote
in upcoming EP elections two particular British
political parties which are against software patents.
As I read Alan's letter I just realised that I had absolutely
no idea what was our czech political
parties' (EP candidates)
attitude towards software patents and what
was their general European computer science/telecommunication policy at all.
11.6.2004 | Josef Muknšnábl | read 18427×
AMD Opteron Server – Part 2 (Favour of 64 bits)
In the first part of this series we discussed hardware of AMD64 server.
In this article we will describe some features of AMD64 platform and the
Opteron processor and do a brief review of Linux support.
10.5.2004 | Jan Houštěk | read 25162×
AMD Opteron Server – Part 1 (Hardware)
On April 22, 2003 AMD introduced their first
64-bit processor, Opteron (previously called Hammer or SledgeHammer). Nearly
one year after we decided to meet with this technology. While AMD's focus of
the AMD64 platform also involves desktop solutions, our aim was to build a
high-performance Linux server.
5.3.2004 | Jan Houštěk | read 29505×
LINUXSOFT.CZ - our goal
Linux is without a doubt the future of operating systems. Due to it's stability, security, cost and open source idea among others it is already taking over Microsoft's Windows in the server area, in the desktop area it is going to happen any time soon.
5.3.2004 | František Hucek | read 22539×