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Posted By Ken Guest - 05:13, 30 October 2004
As mentioned elsewhere, if you have an entry in the linux.ie 'Who's Who' page you also get a vcard to go along with it.
This isn't new.
Having a Free/Busy URL is, hopefully you'll find it to be of use.
POTD Tuesday 2nd November
Posted By Niall Walsh - 15:49, 28 October 2004
The 2004/5 committee's first meeting will be next Tuesday 2nd November and be followed up by a Pint Of The Day (excuse to meet up) in Doyles of College Street around 9pm.
Dell And Novell/SuSE to get together?
Posted By Paul O'Malley - 09:02, 27 October 2004
Edited by Paul O'Malley - 09:02, 27 October 2004
A cnet report suggests that they will do a lot of business:
Saving Time With Linux
Posted By Paul O'Malley - 19:42, 26 October 2004
Edited by Paul O'Malley - 19:42, 26 October 2004
The old saying "time is money" is being proven with Linux in Chicago. Trading systems move to Linux and save time trading.
IBM offers Tarantella software on Blades
Posted By Paul O'Malley - 07:44, 18 October 2004
Edited by Ken Guest - 07:44, 18 October 2004
I just thought one word "irony", and I guess that is the feeling of certain people that sell other software.
So does this make it cutting edge software?
Linus Interviewed about moving house and stuff
Posted By Paul O'Malley - 07:38, 18 October 2004
Edited by Ken Guest - 07:38, 18 October 2004
For those that might have missed this interview here you go.
Posted By Niall Walsh - 18:05, 17 October 2004
The ILUG AGM 2004 took place on Saturday 16th October. There was a solid turn out to hear the news, keep the mailing list open and choose the new committee.
Games On Linux
Posted By Paul O'Malley - 00:27, 6 October 2004
Edited by Paul O'Malley - 00:27, 6 October 2004
That noise was:
A big "Go on ya good thing!" by game players on Linux in Ireland was heard when they read this.
here is what ID Software has to say No more excuses for starting WINE in Linux.
You now have DOOM3 on nvidia :-)
However you do not have it on ati :-( (yet).