linuxuser.co.uk: Jon Masters talks about features in the 2.6.37 Linux kernel and describes debugging a kernel problem using the Git bisection feature…
techradar.com: Using free software in education is not just about saving money. It's also about preserving choice, not locking a student's experience into a certain way of doing something.
techrepublic.com: It’s the end of the year, ladies and gentlemen, and that means it’s time to break it down with some awards for the Linux and open source community.
itmanagement.earthweb: Linux has managed to carve a little slice of success for itself in nearly every industry. Well, with the exception of broadcast media that is.
cristalinux.blogspot: A young and rapidly developing distro, Fuduntu is a fork of Fedora aiming to sit somewhere in between Ubuntu and Fedora. The current version is based off Fedora 14, but it adds quite a few interesting features that I believe should make the RedHat cousin more atractive to the average user.
opendotdotdot.blogspot: Prime Minister Vladimir Putin signed a plan for transition of power structures and the federal budget [to] free software. According to the document, the introduction of Linux in government should begin in II quarter 2012.
pcworld.com: It's a testament to how far Linux has come that users today don't typically have to use the command line if they don't want to. Such is the quality of the graphical user interfaces in many modern Linux distributions that there's simply no need, in general. Yet
venagozar.com: The best part of the trading is the new ‘old’ laptop sent me down the Linux trail. Because it is an older laptop, the Linux distro it can reasonably run is a little more restricted. A lighter desktop is fine with me as I have come to appreciate function over form.
linuxinsider.com: Well another year is drawing to a close, and that means it's time to begin taking stock of all that has passed in 2010.
itreviews.co.uk: Linux distributions tend to fall into one of two camps. The first are those, like Ubuntu and Fedora, that are aimed mostly at enthusiasts and others happy to teeter on the bleeding edge of technology. The other group consists of more stable, commercially supported software.