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Oracle Spreads FUD About CentOS But Misses The Mark

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techcrunch.com: Oracle is on a bit of a marketing attack against CentOS, the free Linux distribution that derives from Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL).

SystemRescueCd update includes version 2.00 of GRUB

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h-online.com: The latest 2.8.1 release of SystemRescueCd upgrades a number of the live system's bundled tools as well as its underlying components, such as the GRUB bootloader.

The geekprints remain all-too evident on open-source interfaces.

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smh.com.au: MICROSOFT is about to drop Windows 8 on us and Apple has an operating system update coming soon. They will cost money. And do we need them? What if you could get all the photo-editing and other essential software absolutely free? Well, good news - you can.

Motoring on Linux

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vision-systems.com: Years ago, an old friend of mine remarked that if his car was controlled by the Windows operating system, it would take him ages to get anywhere.

Microsoft, Linux and the big boobs obsession

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itwire.com: Geeks are known to be obsessive about things. At times that tendency can go overboard, resulting in them looking rather silly and foolish. A classic case came to light a few days ago.

Linux Deepin 12.06 preview

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linuxbsdos.com: Linux Deepin is a desktop distribution based on Ubuntu. The latest edition, Linux Deepin 12.06, which is based on Ubuntu Desktop 12.04, was released – depending on your time zone – yesterday or today.

Perfect Storm Brewing: The Linux Desktop - Part One

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linux-magazine.com: From time to time I get the question of “Why has Linux failed on the Desktop?” Recently Linus was also asked this question, and he considered it a personal failure. I both agree and disagree with Linus.

31 Flavors of Linux

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ostatic.com: Beginning new projects is particularly difficult and not all who try succeed. So, that's why Todd Robinson might sound a little nuts with his newest experiment. He's going to attempt to create and release a complete Linux operating system each and every day for a whole month.

4 less-known Linux distros for beginners

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linuxandlife.com: If you are a long time user of Windows or Mac and want to try Linux, there is a high chance that your first distro will be either Ubuntu, Linux Mint or Fedora since these distros are very popular. However, there are some other distros that are more suitable for beginners.

Why the Linux desktop doesn't shine in business: A perspective

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techrepublic.com: Jack Wallen has drawn a fairly simple conclusion as to why Linux isn’t making any headway on the business desktop front. Read on and sound off whether you agree or disagree.

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