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LiveUSB Install – Not Just Another Live USB Creator for Linux

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omgubuntu.co.uk: So what happens if you want to try out a GNU/Linux distro, but you don’t want or can’t use a CD/DVD – the answer is pretty simple – you make a LiveUSB.

Going Incognito

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ostatic.com: The Internet can be a dangerous place. These days it seems it's more governments trying to oppress citizens and so-called respectable companies looking to track and sell your movements that strike fear in the hearts of Penguistas. Perhaps it's time to go Incognito.

Linux for Work

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linuxaria.com: I use Linux for work. Both my home desktop and my laptop run Ubuntu Linux as the default OS. Here is the list of software I use daily in my work:

Top 6 KDE distributions of 2011

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Linux

linuxbsdos.com: There are perhaps hundreds of KDE Linux distributions available, and like an active volcano, more are “erupting” at a rate that is tough to keep pace with. That is where this article comes in, to bring to your attention the best Linux distributions that use KDE.

One Year with Bodhi Linux

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jeffhoogland.blogspot: Today marks the one year point from our first Bodhi Linux "0.1.0" release. I feel we have come a long way in such a short time and I am happy with everything the team has accomplished thus far.

Roundup of Linux Distributions for the Schools

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linuxaria.com: An important field where GNU/Linux is gaining ground is that of schools, both primary and secondary.

Lubuntu 11.10 review

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Linux
  • Lubuntu 11.10 review – a cure to Ubuntu’s Unity blues?
  • openSUSE 12.1 - Just released and seems to be working?
  • Haiku - Open-source recreation of BeOS
  • Mint 12: Just what the doctor ordered
  • Fedora 16 review – laying groundwork for exciting future
  • Linux Mint 12 Mini Review

CentOS 6 Linux, A First Look

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zdnet.co.uk: I've been running CentOS 5.x for a number of years, mostly on servers, and have been extremely happy with it. In fact, I've upgraded servers along the way, up to 5.6 and have also been amazed at the seamless upgrade process from version to version. This past weekend I finally got a look at CentOS 6.

Unix and Linux: a bit of history

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how-to.linuxcareer.com: If you don't like history, don't worry, I'm not a big fan either. But this kind of history is different: it's (supposedly) fun, educative, and right on time.

Linux Mint chief not carried away by success

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Interviews

itwire.com: Given the rave reviews that Linux Mint has been getting recently, it would be perfectly understandable if the man driving the distribution was a little swollen-headed by this time.

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