linuxbsdos.com: Debian 6.0, aka Debian “Squeeze”, is the latest stable release of Debian. It was made available for download earlier this month. In Debian country, a major release of this sort is a once-in-a-very-long-time event, unlike other distributions where it happens at least twice a year. This article provides a detailed review of Debian Squeeze.
techtarget.com: Linux users are sometimes derided by others as geeks or fan boys, dismissed by some who prefer the more popular Windows operating system (OS) or more posh Mac OS. But the Linux faithful have found something in Linux that lures them in and keeps them coming back for more.
linuxinsider.com: While Slashdot blogger Barbara Hudson loves Linux for introducing her to the open source ecosystem, she didn't want to carry her ardor too far. "For Valentine's I prefer chocolate and and dinner with a few drinks," she said, "but my COMPUTER sure loves linux."
linuxinsight.com: I've decided to start this blog and share my experience with Debian sid/unstable, the development version of Debian GNU/Linux. It's the leading edge, but sometimes also the bleeding edge of Debian development.
- Reviews: A look at Sabayon Linux 5.5
- News: Oracle releases free RHEL 6 clone, MeeGo's future in doubt, PCLinuxOS has a bad day at office, Mageia interview
Questions and answers: Improving performance with custom-compiled source packages
- Released last week: Oracle Linux 6, Frugalware Linux 1.4
- Upcoming releases: Ubuntu 10.04.2, Mandriva Linux 2011 Alpha
- New additions: Bodhi Linux
- New distributions: iGolaware Linux, Nisix Linux
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linux-magazine.com: I have nothing against Valentine's Day, but I also don't go crazy for the holiday, either. Tonight, my husband and I will go bowling, just like we do every Monday night. So, in honor of Valentine's Day, I give you a geeky romantic roundup:
earthweb.com: Like most of you, I'm tired of hearing about the latest Ubuntu Linux distribution spin-off. Doesn't it feel like everybody has released their very own variant of Ubuntu?
h-online.com: Linux is now a respected, mature operating system that's free and open source, so it shouldn't be surprising that it has a generic role as a platform for tools for the repair and rescue of both Linux and Windows operating systems.
computerworlduk.com: The London Stock Exchange has issued final confirmation that at 8am today it will launch a new matching engine based on Novell SUSE Linux technology, following successful last-step setup procedures on Saturday.