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And the best Linux desktop distro of all is...

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itworld.com: When it comes to Linux, there is no one size fits all answer. But, unlike other desktop operating systems, Linux doesn't try to squeeze you into a system's that's too large or too small. Instead, Linux offers a wide variety of distributions and one of them is likely be the right one for you.

Anything the iPad can do, Linux can do better.

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blogs.computerworld: The Apple iPad has finally arrived, and, as I predicted a while back, it's really just a big iPod Touch. That's great. I love my iPod Touch. But, really, is there anything here that Linux can't do just as well for less money?

Linux Motherboard Follies

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linuxplanet.com: Since I stuck my toe in the multi-core CPU waters, it's been an interesting journey. Interesting, that is, in the sense of the famous Chinese curse: "May you live in interesting times." When it comes to computers, these times are a bit too interesting for my liking.

Kernel Log: Coming in 2.6.33 (Part 2) - Storage

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h-online.com: At the end of last week, Linus Torvalds released the fifth pre-release version of Linux version 2.6.33, with the final release expected in 4 to 5 weeks time. At this stage in the development cycle, it is usually predominantly more minor changes and fixes which find their way into the main development tree.

Just what is “Linux”?

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ghacks.net: Recently I have had several people call me on mis-stepping the nomenclature surrounding the Linux operating system. But I get this a lot, and from all points of the spectrum: From newbies to power users. The central issue that I have is that this issue causes great confusion with newbies and anger with power users.

Linux Mint 8 Helena - Superb execution

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dedoimedo.com: Linux Mint is a distribution very closely based on Ubuntu. At first thought, you may think the two would be virtually indistinguishable, save for some small cosmetic changes. On paper, Linux Mint promises better usability, multimedia codecs out of the box, extra polish.

Netbook OS

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mybroadband.co.za: Netbooks were big news in 2009 and we can expect them to be just as popular in 2010. But, being small and ultraportable there are compromises to be made. So, to get the best out of your netbook you need to pair it with an operating system built to make the most out of the smaller form factor. Here are five.

Distributions (yet) again

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yetanothercomputerblog.blogspot: I know some people who use Linux, who have a massive collection of Live and Install media which goes back a long ways. If I keep up at this rate, I'll be one of those people before long.

Review: Arch Linux

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ericsbinaryworld.com/blog: I’ve been wanting to try Arch Linux for quite some time now. They seem to have a similar aesthetic to Gentoo in that the main mission of Arch is to build your operating system from the ground up.

New style of viewing google images in ubuntu with picture wall ...

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