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In this episode: Jim Zemlin wants a united front for netbooks, Codeweavers starts on DirectX 10 for Linux, has Firefox been exploited, can we help people who are new to Linux, and should proprietary software be easy to install?
What's in the show
- News: Codeweavers to support DirectX 10. Jim Zemlin wants a united front for netbooks and research has shown Firefox had more exploits than either IE or Safari in 2008.
- Hot Topic: What can we do to help people like the Living Free with Linux chap?
- Discovery of the week:
- Open Ballot: Should proprietary software be easy to install?
- Special offer: subscribe to Linux Format magazine and save up to to 55% - that's just $7.62 an issue!
Presenters: Andrew Gregory, Paul Hudson, Graham Morrison, Mike Saunders
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