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pcworld.com: Linux users working on laptops and other portable devices may soon have cause to rejoice thanks to a new kernel patch that finally promises to fix power regression problems associated with recent versions of the software.
makeuseof.com: Linux is a highly developed, stable and advanced operating system – this, I will never question. So what’s the problem? Why, in the year 2011 is Linux still not ready for the desktop?
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.
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.
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:
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.
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.
linuxaria.com: An important field where GNU/Linux is gaining ground is that of schools, both primary and secondary.
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