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There IS a Linux for you

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toolbox.com/blogs: The thing with proprietary operating systems is that they are all the same. To these companies the operating system they are peddling is simply a product. Nothing more and nothing less.

A bit about Parted Magic 5.3 and UnetBootin

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cristalinux.blogspot: Today I want to talk about a specialist Linux distro which has saved me from pretty nasty situations more than once, Parted Magic 5.3.

What I want from Fedora

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jonmasters.org/blog: Fedora is one of these interesting efforts in community organization that somehow results in a finished product. There are many good things about Fedora, but there are also some bad things that need work.

Hands On With The VIA ARTiGO A1100

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Hardware

elevenislouder.blogspot: If you have not yet noticed, I am a nerd. With that cleared up, I could not help but purchase an ARTiGO. I have been testing different operating systems on it, and I think I can confidently declare a winner.

Ubuntu Linux solution stack implementation Demos

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Learn how build Java Object-oriented programs on Ubuntu and IBM Middleware

Yeah - Learn Linux: Maintain the integrity of filesystems

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Here's an easy way to keeping track of your Linux disk space

Puppy Arcade 9 – New release!

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Gaming

openbytes.wordpress: Gaming not what it used to be? Bored by the plethora of 3rd person shooters which seem to dominate the games market? Well there has been no reason to say that ever since Puppy Arcade had it’s first release.

Linux Mint 9 offers new software manager, backup tool

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linuxfordevices.com: The Linux Mint team has released the final version of Linux Mint 9 ("Isadora"), based on Ubuntu 10.04. Linux Mint 9 features a new software manager with 30,000 packages, a new backup tool, and menu and interface improvements, says the team.

Jolicloud 1.0 review

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linuxbsdos.com: As the name suggests, Jolicloud is a cloud-based operating system. It is derived from the desktop edition of Ubuntu 9.04, and is the first stable and publicly downloadable, Linux, cloud-based distribution that I am aware of.

How Much Does Linux Need the Desktop?

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Ubuntu

ostatic.com/blog: Does the true future of Linux on computing devices lie outside of desktop computers? It’s no secret that on the desktop Linux has held steady at only about one percent market share for many years, and that has caused many pundits to proclaim that it will never be a truly meaningful player.

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