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Puppy Linux: Just for fun

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itpro.co.uk: Puppy Linux is something different, a tiny version of Linux that can be stored on a USB memory drive, will run in memory, and can be used for working on the move.

8 Cheerful Christmas Linux Wallpapers

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learningubuntu.com: Tis the season — for Christmas Linux wallpapers that is. Today I'm going to present to you 8 incredible Linux wallpapers that will set you in a Christmassy mood for the whole month.

Is Linux really that hard to use?

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locutus.us: One of the biggest arguments that windows advocates use against Linux is that it is hard to use. That is why, they state, windows is so popular and a default standard in the enterprise world. Windows advocates believe that Linux is confusing and often cryptic with hard to understand, little or no documentation.

15 Minimalist Linux Wallpapers for a Distraction-free Desktop

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junauza.com: I have here a collection of minimalist Linux-related wallpapers that could help give you a distraction-free desktop:

Linux Mint Fluxbox CE, resurrected

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linuxmint.com: The Fluxbox Community Edition produced releases for Linux Mint 5 “Elyssa” and Linux Mint 6 “Felicia” and it became quite popular among Linux Mint users. During the release cycle for Linux Mint 7 “Gloria”, no Fluxbox edition was released.

Why GNU/Linux is ready for the Average User

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jeffhoogland.blogspot: I spend a fair amount of time on UbuntuForums.org and while poking around there this afternoon I came across this thread. To quickly sum up the thread the original poster is detailing why he believes Ubuntu is not ready for the "average user" because of a recent poor experience he had.

Fine-Tune The Kernel

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jdeeth.blogspot: One of the advantages we Linux geeks like to claim over competing operating systems is the flexibility of the system. We're not talking about changing your screen saver--we're talking the guts of the operating system itself.

A look at Linux in the recession: Linux 2009 year in review

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techtarget.com: The big story of 2009 was the economy. After the collapse of major financial institutions in the fall of 2008, people began looking for a silver lining in open source and Linux. Here are some highlights from the Linux world in 2009.

The Linux Command Line - First Edition Is Now Available!

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lcorg.blogspot: After a two year effort, I have released the first edition of "The Linux Command Line" in all of it's 522 page glory!

Sabayon Linux 5.1-r1 - Review and Commentary

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linuxcritic.com: The latest release of Sabayon Linux was announced yesterday and being big fans of the desktop, we decided to take it for a test drive and see what has changed.

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