eweek.com: Fedora 11 provides a sneak peak at what's coming in the more staid and stable Red Hat Enterprise Linux. During tests, eWEEK Labs found that the biggest improvements in Fedora 11 come in the area of virtualization, although Fedora still lags systems from VMware in functionality and polish. Fedora will also serve well in desktop roles, but will need more care and feeding than other desktop Linux distros.
tech-no-media.com: There is a soft spot in my heart for Linux Mint: Mint 3.0 was the first Linux distribution that I really used rather than experimented with.
linuxinexile.blogspot: I'm glad to say that my wife is a huge Linux fan. Her first Linux distro was Red Hat 7, and we've upgraded her as each new release has come out. She's been a Linux devotee ever since!
blogbeebe.blogspot: I decided to try out the latest Fedora, 11, over the weekend. The biggest reason is that the company I work for "sanctions" the use of Fedora on corporate machines.
geekdeck.wordpress: This is not yet another article about yet another Linux distribution with arguments about how great it is compared to other popular ones out there. Instead, I’d like to tell you about a couple of nice features I came to grow very fond of.
blog.reevestech.net: I never thought I’d be switching to Ubuntu — but I can’t believe how painless this Ubuntu 9.04 install just was.
toolbox.com/blogs: This was a question asked by a programmer friend of mine who has a passion for wooden spoons. It is however, a very important question and has been asked several times.
on-disk.com: Fedora lives and breathes the 4 Fs: Freedom, Friends, Features, First. They have a very good rendering of these core principals at the Fedora Project Website, but my experiences are a bit more personal.
daniweb.com/blogs: Back in October '08, I wrote "5 Things I Wish Linux Had" but never realized that it would inspire the heated debate that it did. Amongst the fray of negativity, a new distro was born: Xenon.
softpedia.com: Four days ago, on June 9th, Fedora fans once again rejoiced as their favorite operating system reached a new version. Fedora 11, or Leonidas, is available for 32 and 64 processor architectures on single Live CD formats or Install DVDs.