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Kernel Log: Coming in 3.10 (Part 1)

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Linux Linux 3.10 sees improvements in the way lost packets at the end of TCP transactions are handled, speeding up HTTP data transfer. It also sees the addition of support for VLAN stacking and Realtek's RTL8188EE wireless chip.

Fedora Day Two: Customisation

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Linux So now I’ve got my Fedora 18 machine all up and running from Day One, and I’m now ready to get some work done, and oh what a busy day it’s been.

A Look Ahead to Fedora 19

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  • The heroes of Fedora 19 Beta testing
  • Fedora 19 XFCE + Compiz

A week with Fedora: Day 1 - Installation

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Linux I’ve never tried Fedora, for two reasons really. I’m a huge fan of trying new things and expanding my knowledge. So I’ve downloaded the Fedora ISO, and I’m about to backup and format my machine, so join me to see how I got on during my first day with Fedora.

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Linux Desktop

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Linux How often do you stop to look at your desktop? I can honestly say, I look at my desktop more or less depending on what OS I’m using. Is that weird?

Review: Semplice 4 "Atom Heart Mother"

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dasublogbyprashanth.blogspot: A couple of people have asked in comments (especially of my review of #! 11 "Waldorf") that I review Semplice. I took a look at its website and was pretty intrigued, so here is the review.

Meet Puppy Linux

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Linux Many geeks know about Puppy Linux and use it for their daily needs, but there are many others that have not heard about Puppy. Puppy is an extremely small Linux operating system in which its main goal is to stay small and fulfill all daily user’s needs.

Best Linux distros for 2013

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Linux There are plenty of free Linux flavours to choose from: we help you pick the right one

YaST Gets Rewritten - in Ruby

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  • TPPS: A New Linux Kernel I/O Scheduler
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How to customize Linux Mint 15 Cinnamon

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HowTos How to customize Linux Mint 15 Cinnamon by disabling the Hot corner and adding the Expo, Scale and Workspace switcher applets to the panel.

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