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Linux Nvidia drivers might also have the GPU fan speed issue

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linuxers.org: According to Nvidia, until the problem is resolved, Linux users should revert to 190.53 web release or the 195.30 public beta. They are going to remove the 195.36.08 and 195.36.03 drivers from NVIDIA's FTP site.

New NVIDIA Linux Graphic Drivers 195.36.08

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Version: 195.36.08 Certified
Release Date: 2010.03.03
Operating System: Linux
Language: English (U.S.)

My New Linux Laptop

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kzimm.wordpress: A couple of weeks ago, my wife bought an Asus netbook. It came with Win 7 Starter Edition. She knew what I was going to do with it. After all, both desktop systems in the house are running up-to-date PCLinuxOS 2009.

Junior High students build their own Ubuntu computers

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stop.zona-m.net: The Confalonieri Public Junior High School in Monza, Northern Italy set up a really interesting and original optional course for its students. I contacted the two teachers who run the course, Fabio Frittoli and Francesco De Gennaro to know something more.

ASUS' Xonar STX Gains Even More Functionality Under Linux

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techgage.com: Ever since ASUS first released its Xonar line-up of cards, I knew I had to have one. But, being that I use Linux as a primary OS, I knew that the chance of me finding good support was slim.

Ultra-compact PC targets digital signage

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linuxfordevices.com: Habey USA announced an ultra-compact PC with a choice of Intel Atom processors. The BIS-6620 has a 4.7 x 4.7-inch footprint, runs at 1.1 or 1.6GHz, comes with CompactFlash and SD expansion slots, and uses just nine Watts, the company says.

Buntfu.com - Linux PC Computer Systems

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I started Buntfu.com a few years ago now. I had the idea well before that but had not had the opportunity to launch it. I started off with the idea that with Linux being at the point of everyday usability, it really opens the doors to the small company and average person who has one or a few old or new computers to sell.

Linux Wall Wart Works Wonderfully

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linuxplanet.com: It's no secret that Linux runs behind many consumer devices, and embedded Linux fits in the tiniest of places. One of the latest ways to get your Linux fix comes in what looks like power wall wart from TonidoPlug.

What’s the difference between a Hub, a Switch and a Router?

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linuxdesk.wordpress: Hubs, switches, and routers are all devices that let you connect from one computers to other computers, networked devices, or to other networks.

Linux Laptop launched to aid computer novices

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news.bbc.co.uk: People confused and frustrated by computers can now turn to a laptop called Alex built just for them. Based on Linux, the laptop comes with simplified e-mail, web browsing, image editing and office software.

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