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Android vendors lose the Linux rights

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  • Android vendors lose the Linux rights
  • Have many Android vendors lost their rights to distribute Linux?
  • New Android legal time-bomb touted by lawyer

WattOS R4 – An alternative to Lubuntu

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linuxmoose.wordpress: I have always been interested in lighter weight desktops, and having a laptop I also am interested in saving power and maximizing battery life. WattOS promises both.

Multitasking with X and Linux

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blog.eracc.com: I am talking about human multitasking here, not operating system multitasking. Every time I have to work on repairing a Microsoft Windows based system for a client I feel as if I am restricted to typing with one finger while blindfolded.

Choosing a Desktop (#noapple)

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adventuresinoss.com: I am working to move away from Apple products. I have two initial goals. First, I want to move to a Linux desktop environment, and I want to do it in such a way that I don’t give up anything I had when running OS X.

The broken dreams of a Linux system administrator

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linuxaria.com: After some studies, or perhaps a specialist course or presentation you’d like to start to implement in your company the best practice you have learnt, and perhaps start a new and better era for your IT department. But it seem that something always go in the wrong way.

Top Five New Releases of the week you need to watch

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unixmen.com: Here are some just released distros that are interesting and great to work with. Monomaxos is a refreshing Greek distro for those who prefer an out-of-box linux-logoLinux OS.

Installing Aptosid on the Asus A53E-XN1

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igurublog.wordpress: This is a quick review of my experience installing Aptosid on an Asus A53E-XN1 laptop. There wasn’t much info on how Linux would cooperate with some of the newer hardware in this machine so I thought I’d enter it in the record.

How Linux handles hardware problems

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zdnet.co.uk: I usually write about various issues in Windows, because there are so many and so frequent. Hardly do I run across major issues with Linux. Until the one I will mention here, which involves a very rare kernel lockup.

Ubuntu 11.04 vs Windows 7 vs OS X 10.7

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expertreviews.co.uk: The Expert Reviews benchmarks, which consist of image-editing, video-encoding and multitasking tests, can be run on Mac OS, Windows and Linux PCs.

Microsoft disregards Linux as threat. Big mistake.

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itworld.com: It seems Matt Rosoff is having a little bit of snark over Microsoft apparently disregarding Linux as a threat to its desktop business.

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