zdnet.co.uk/blogs: I've had ten days or so to look at Pinguy now, so I want to write a sort of "wrap-up" for my own purposes at this time. I will not be using it as the default or preferred distribution on any of my systems, because there are a few too many things about it that I don't care for.
linuxcanuck.wordpress: There are some things that you can expect with a new installation of a Linux distribution such as Ubuntu or Fedora that you would not get with an OS such as Windows 7 or OS /X.
goodbyemicrosoft.net: I got a call from one of my amateur radio associates who wanted help reinstalling the OS on his old Compaq desktop. I offered to download a distro for him to try. I only installed the first: Linux Mint 9 LXDE. And therein lies a (short) tale.
mandrivachronicles.blogspot: Linux is commonly de-famed as an operating system for computer gurus and, in the Linux world, many people believe that the only user-friendly distribution that exists is named after African fauna. However, there is a very nice Linux distribution that, despite being relatively unknown (as it comes from Turkey), can spare users many a headache: Pardus 2011.
larrythefreesoftwareguy.wordpress: Several months ago, there was a discussion in Fedora circles about the similarity between the Fedora Project logo and the Facebook “F.”
jeffhoogland.blogspot: Two months after our first release, the Bodhi Linux team and I are proud to announce our first ever beta release. This release features a number of package updates including the Firefox 4.0 beta 8 and the latest Enlightenment SVN build.
ostatic.com: The long anticipated and oft delayed Debian Squeeze just might be ready for release.
techradar.com: Just because we can do something doesn't mean we should. Before this wisdom dawned on the Linux community, Red Hat, Debian and Slackware had spawned several dozen distros. Some died a single-release death, but a lot survived and a vibrant community grew around them.
blogs.techrepublic.com: I have, on a number of occasions, stressed to new Linux users how crucial the right distribution is. Choosing the distribution that suits your needs is the single most important key to success when attempting to migrate from another operating system. But how do you know which one to choose out of the hundreds of variations?
dwasifar.com: Regular readers will remember a couple months back when I was evaluating various KDE-based Linux distributions. At the time I didn’t come to any clear conclusions. Then I ran across a PCWorld article touting Zorin OS 4.