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News Archive - December 2007 - News Post

GNOME's Interface; DRM by Western Digital; Eee PC

Monday 10th December 2007

Category: News

Firstly, an GNOME's interface warts and it's future, which restates the ever-present problem of how to fix important but boring bugs.

Next is Western Digital's software to allow you to share files from their external hard drive. Unfortunately, WD Anywhere Access now has DRM included, meaning it will prevent sharing of files with certain extensions, such as MP3 or AVI.

Finally, the author of Distrowatch writes a little about the Eee PC. The Eee PC is so interesting because it's being sold widely and runs Linux by default. Admittedly, I'd prefer a distribution besides Xandros, but work is progressing in getting everything running smoothly on other distribution.


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