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PCLinuxOS 2007: Funny name, serious distro

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techiemoe.com: The last time I looked at PCLinuxOS was version 0.92, which according to DistroWatch was about 3 years ago. I was asked to take a look at it again, so here I go.

Review: TinyMe 2008

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raiden.net: About a year ago we reviewed TinyMe when it was still in its beta and test stage. But a lot has happened in the past year, and all of it good. But what makes it so good? Well, in addition to fixing all the bugs and little quirks, TinyMe has become more stable and loads faster than it was in the early days.

82 year old runs PCLinuxOS

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wamukota.blogspot: I told you already of the French Remaster I made for my 82-year old neighbor - I knew it was only a matter time before his Win2K would run into trouble. Two days ago, he informed me that he couldn't Skype anymore. The audio was gone. I went over, with the PCLOS French Remaster under my arm.

PCLinuxOS 2008 Gnome on new laptop.

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community.zdnet.co.uk/blog: I recently purchased a new Toshiba laptop. Model #A205, T2330, 1.6 GHz, 2GB system memory, 128 meg video memory, 200GB SATA HD, 15.4 screen, DVDRW, 802.11 bg PSAF3U-OW900V. I played with VISTA for 2 days and was so frustrated I decided to remove VISTA and install Linux.

PCLinuxOS Magazine June 2008 Released

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PCLinuxOS Magazine, June 2008 (Issue 22) is available to download. Some highlights include: What is root?, Configuring a 5 Button Mouse, and Burn an ISO Disk.

PCLinuxOS Moderation

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linuxca.wordpres: It seems that PClinuxOS is getting slammed for the moderation by one or more mods. I feel that I need to put forth a view on this topic.

PCLinuxOS 2008.1 GNOME installed

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wamukota.blogspot: Being involved in the PCLinuxOS.NL team, I was constantly focusing on KDE. I thought it was about time to get to know a distro running GNOME, so last month I tried HH. The number one distro of the planet simply couldn't get my Wifi (Broadcom 4312) up and running out of the box. Next I tried Fedora 9 and once again it was no-joy with the Wifi.

Review– PCLOS derivative TinyMe

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pariah73.wordpress: I came across this TinyMe version of PCLOS and was fascinated enough to try it…why bother? Yes, I have 768MB RAM now, but honestly it’s not really enough for Linux Mint and I do tire of hearing my fan (loudly sometimes) all the time..so I downloaded TinyMe and made myself a nifty little boot disk. I rebooted with my new “Live CD” and away I go…

TinyMe 2008 | Small but Robust

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saleem-khan.blogspot: I am PCLinuxOS KDE fan, I like slim and customized installation and desktop. Openbox is a small and configurable windows manager. TinyMe has adopted this small and fast windows manager.

A Tiny Look at TinyMe 2008.0

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While we're all waiting for PCLOS 2008 to be released, we were treated to a kissing cousin yesterday with the release of TinyMe 2008.0. It's a small lightweight distro featuring the LXDE desktop with lots of handy apps. I thought I'd take it for a little test run this evening to see what it might be like.

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