techrepublic.com: There are a lot of Linux distributions out there. Out of those hundreds of variations, which are best suited for enterprise-level servers and desktops? I’ll tackle both, but first we’ll look at the server.
zdnet.com: Fedora 18 was slow to arrive, but Fedora 19, “Schrödinger's Cat," Red Hat's latest community Linux, is on schedule.
zdnet.com: I've been experimenting with installing the new Debian release across a number of devices - here's what I've found so far.
mylinuxbook.com: Though there are hundreds of interesting facts about Linux but in this article I have collected 15 facts that I felt were the most interesting and lesser known.
Welcome to this year's 21st issue of DistroWatch Weekly! Mageia might be a young distribution, but its origins and developer experience have solid and deep roots. Forked from the troubled Mandriva Linux in September 2010, the project has recently produced its third stable release. How does it compare to the other big distributions on the market?
Welcome to this year's eleventh issue of DPN, the newsletter for the Debian community. Topics covered in this issue include: Debian GNU/Hurd release, DebConf 13: Call for Papers, and Debian Edu Wheezy second alpha release.
techradar.com: Although there isn't any known definition of a Linux power user, they are a celebrated breed of Linux users. All newbies must toil long and hard with their Linux installations before they can describe themselves as one.
unsolicitedbutoffered.blogspot: n keeping up with the "gold" standard of cinematic computer hardware, episode 24 of Season 3 of this marvelously sexy TV thriller features a Macbook in the formulaic "hacking scene" (which all developers and techs wish TV writers would stop using). The desktop featured, however, is clearly not MacOSX's.
maketecheasier.com: As a worldwide effort to provide every child with equal opportunity for a quality education, SugarLabs has created a Sugar Learning Platform that encourages critical thinking and collaborative learning for children.
linuxbsdos.com: Linpus Lite is a desktop distribution published by Linpus Technologies, Inc., a Linux software solutions provider headquartered in Taiwan. It is based on Fedora, but with a focus towards modern hardware and mobile computing.