Win a copy of “Linux Server Hacks, Volume 2” AND a copy of “Ubuntu Hacks”

Win a copy of “Linux Server Hacks, Volume 2” AND a copy of “Ubuntu Hacks”


Mon, 2007-01-29 09:00 -- admin

This week we are giving away a copy of Linux Server Hacks, Volume 2 by Bill Von Hagen and Brian K Jones and a copy of Ubuntu Hacks by Jonathon Oxer, Kyle Rankin and Bill Childers.

All you need to do to enter is:

1) Read our terms and conditions.

2) LOGIN and post a comment on ANY article, blog entry or poll. We will choose the best comment made during the fortnight and the author of that comment will be this fortnight's winner.

Please remember we are more likely to pick what we consider to be an informative, well thought-out, interesting, funny or insightful comment as the winner.

Entries open on the 29th of January 2007 and close on the 12th of February 2007.

Thanks go to _O’Reilly for providing these fantastic prizes._

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danyve's picture
Submitted by danyve on

Hi,

The open source world is very big. There are tons of projects; many of those projects will never go further than the alpha version.

What I would like to read in this magazine is more about projects in different categories. For example, in each issue, a different game (there are so many); administration tool; financial tool.

Alternative for commercial softwares like cd burning softwares. I know that Linux is very popular (and I'm using it) but there are a lot of developer for Windows (that I use for the job) and what about Mac (my girlfriend has one)?

It may sound like free publicity but may result in increasing the popularity of the Open Source community.

Thanks for reading my comments. :)

slbmeh's picture
Submitted by slbmeh on

I agree. I often see users using software just because they don't know of any other alternative. I would also like to see software reviews because it's hard to find a good stable program that isn't a commercial product.

cato59's picture
Submitted by cato59 on

cato59
I believe that when Hardware Manufacturers realize that there could be more
profits in developing their hardware to succesfully integrate with Open Source and Linux Software ; then I , believe that the world shall see the
rapid acceptance of Open Source and Linux Systems ,and that will eclipse the
Microsoft Dominance in the Computing World.

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