penguinpetes.com: So, while I'm twiddling my thumbs waiting for Slackware 13 to come to pass, I did what any Linux user probably does when temporarily owning a copy of Windows (XP Pro here), and checked how it's doing these days.
desktoplinux.com: Linux Foundation's inaugural LinuxCon event is scheduled for Sept. 21-23, 2009, in Portland, Oregon. LinuxCon intends to draw a mix of end-users, administrators, and top Linux developers, with speakers including Linus Torvalds, Mark Shuttleworth, and Greg Kroah-Hartman.
lwn.net: Mark Shuttleworth has joined into the discussion on Debian release cycles; it's a rather lengthy attempt to make peace.
techenclave.com: Well this thread maybe useful for people who are planning to purchase a system for linux use only and which GFX card to choose mainly ATI, NVIDIA or Intel.
gnulinuxuser.wordpress: Time for another Linux distro review! It should come as no surprise that this review is on Linux Mint 7, codenamed Gloria, at least not to anyone who knows me. I have been quite a fan of Linux Mint, with its ease of use and reputation for being “Ubuntu done right.”
igneousquill.net: A week or so ago I stumbled across an article, in Portuguese, from March of this year that talks about a program the Brazilian government's ministry of education is expanding. It's pretty exciting, especially for those interested in Linux.
raiden.net: SimplyMepis, or Mepis for short, is a distribution targeted towards new users that has the intended goal of providing a good distribution that is easy to use. Version 7.0, which was my first experience with Mepis was pretty good. But past success means little if the newer version doesn't deliver. So let's see how SimplyMepis 8 does.
junauza.com: The commands and shell scripts have remained powerful for advanced users to utilize to help them do complicated tasks quickly and efficiently. To spare you from the hassles of searching, I have here a collection of 10 essential UNIX/Linux cheat sheets that can greatly help you on your quest for mastery:
itlure.com: Ah... Linux Mint! The Ubuntu-made-even-better operating system that everybody loves to praise. And for good reason, in my humble opinion.