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Fedora 12 Release Schedule and Goals

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softpedia.com: While every Fedora fans enjoy the newly released Fedora 11 Linux-based operating system, the developers are working hard on the next release, Fedora 12, due for release in November-December 2009.

DIY Netbook Linux

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pcworld.com: There are a variety of netbook distros out there, but you can have a little fun creating your own. Here are some software packages and tips worth considering:

Linux on a stick

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h-online.com: The compact and flexible nature of the Linux Kernel, plus the fact that it and all its support code is modular open source, means it lends itself very well to stripped down small and efficient distributions. This article explores a few of these distributions.

Why is the NY Times so Dumb About Linux and Windows?

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blog.linuxtoday: The New York Times seems hard-wired to rarely identify any Windows malware as Windows malware, but only "computer malware." They seem to share this illness with other people too, such as researchers and professors. Can it be that all these educated people who make their livings knowing things and uncovering new knowledge really don't know that there are other computer operating systems besides Microsoft Windows?

What is the best Linux distribution for beginners

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tech-no-media.com: One of the questions I see the most in forums and sites like Yahoo Answers is : "What is the best Linux distribution for beginners?" or "What is the easiest Linux distribution?"

CentOS Pulse #0902 - 16 June 2009

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centos.org: This issue of CentOS Pulse looks at the Artwork SIG, desktop multimedia capabilities and interesting threads in the CentOS community. An overview of the important security updates and upcoming events are included as well.

Distro Review: Linux Mint 7 Gloria

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danlynch.org/blog: Time for another distro review, and this time I thought I’d look at the latest version of a distribution I’ve enjoyed a lot in the past. Linux Mint 7, AKA Gloria.

I’ll be calling it GNU/Linux for now on.

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dthomasdigital.wordpress: I’m currently organizing the New Mexico GNU/LinuxFest. At first we had it listed as New Mexico LinuxFest. The LinuxFest name was copied from many other festivals and I thought all was just fine. However, after a friend pointed out to me that he uses the term GNU/Linux I decided to look into the name.

Debian GNU Linux 5 review

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itreviews.co.uk: Debian GNU/Linux (Debian for short) tends not to attract the same attention as more flashy distros such as Ubuntu, even though the popular Ubuntu package is, in fact, Debian based.

Why ARM based Smartbooks might fail…

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Hardware

liliputing.com: There are two major trends in the netbook space today. On the one hand, PC makers are putting out ultraportable laptops with bigger screens and keyboards and faster processors. The other trend is the blurring of the lines between netbooks and smartphones.

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