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Changing the Desktop Metaphor

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linuxfoundation.org: MIDs are not the desktop. So, to say Linux is making strides on the desktop because it is making strides on netbooks, phones, and the like is inaccurate in my opinion.

Kernel Log : Winding down the IDE subsystem

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h-online.com: David Miller has stepped in to maintain the IDE subsystem, but plans to make it maintenance only, with no major development work. On Friday, one LinuxTag venue will be dedicated entirely to the Linux kernel.

Making sure you have the correct PHP class and functions

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Add context to your PHP code with these tips for creating more intuitive namespaces

Fedora: Stop Screwing Up So Much

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lunduke.com: The Fedora Project is screwing up. Big time. Fedora 11 recently shipped. And it has some fairly cool new features. Then you try to actually use it…

Sabayon Core Sneak Peak

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v00d00.net: Lately I have been quite busy with many different (usually sabayon-related) things. A main focus is trying to come up with a a nice theme for 5.0. For the mean time however I have created some artwork for the CoreCD, which I have dubbed “Sabayon.Core”.

Linux Mint 7 Review

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osrevolution.com: Linux Mint's purpose was always to be a very user-friendly, simple, and up to date Linux and GNU desktop distribution. Besides being based on Ubuntu 9.04 Jaunty Jackalope it also incorporated the highly popular open source technology of Gnome 2.26, and Xorg 7.4.

Why I Use Linux: Bart’s Story

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itnewstoday.com: In 1997 or so I started playing with Linux. At the time Linux was just a hobby and I loved playing around but it just wasn’t stable enough to be my main system.

Introduction to the Command Line

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fsf.org/blogs: Guest blogger Adam Hyde of FLOSS Manuals writes about the production of the new textbook, Introduction to the Command Line.

Nvidia says no to Linux on Tegra netbooks, chooses WinCE

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arstechnica.com/gadgets: Nvidia is endorsing Windows CE as its platform of choice for netbooks built with its ARM-based Tegra SoC. The company says that Linux is a nonstarter and Android isn't ready.

5 Ways to Decide on a Linux Distribution

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daniweb.com/blogs: Prejudices and opinions aside, at some point in your career you'll be asked to select a viable Linux distribution for your corporate network. How will you choose? Here are 5 ways.

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