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Fedora 15 Xfce review

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linuxbsdos.com: Fedora 15 Xfce is a Fedora 15 Spin. In Fedoraland, a Spin is an alternate edition of Fedora, “tailored for various types of users via hand-picked application sets and other customizations.” This article presents a review of the Xfce spin.

Fedora Spotted Running Maya 3D on 'Doctor Who Confidential'

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ubuntuvibes.com: A System running Fedora with KDE SC 4 was spotted on 'Doctor Who Confidential' episode broadcast this saturday in UK.

Just what is Linux mascot Tux doing in a TV cereal commercial?

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omgubuntu.co.uk: Reader Dexter S. was watching TV when a commercial for ‘Fruit Loops’ cereal flashed up on his screen with a rather familiar face in tow…

Palestinian pressure causes Linux founder to cancel Israel visit

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globes.co.il: Richard Stallman bowed to pressure from his Palestinian hosts who threatened to withdraw funding for the trip.

Heart of Linux - part 2

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SimplyMEPIS 11 - My First Experience with MEPIS, Ever

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all-things-linux.blogspot: I have been aware of (Simply)MEPIS since at least early 2005 when it used to be on the front and cover CD's of various magazines during that year but have never explored it. I like my Debian 'straight-up' or not at all.

Linux performance improvements

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artipc10.vub.ac.be: Two years ago I wrote an article presenting some Linux performance improvements. These performance improvements are still valid, but it is time to talk about some new improvements available.

Heart of Linux - part 1

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oneandoneis2.org: We all know what we expect from a modern Linux desktop. The rotating-cube multi-screen 3D-accelerated environment with toolbars, menus, and all manner of automated installation and setup wizardry.

Linux Mint 11 (Katya)

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desktoplinuxreviews.com: Each time a new version of Ubuntu is released, a new version of Linux Mint quickly follows. Linux Mint 11 has just been released and it’s probably the best version of Linux Mint ever.

Dynebolic: forgotten Rasta Tux

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darkduck.com: Latest version of Dynebolic 2.5.2 DHORUBA was released in December 2007. History wise, this is just peanuts. But in terms of Linux history, that is “ages ago”.

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