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Face off with Fedora and Ubuntu Linux

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rightardia.blogspot: While I was working, the screen froze up and I noticed the hard drive thrashing away. After powering the PC down, I noticed it could not find a a working Linux image to boot off of. So loaded a copy of Fedora.

Does Linux Have a 'Safe Mode'?

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daniweb.com: I recently upgraded a friend of mine to Ubuntu 9.04 Desktop for his five-year-old Acer laptop with 512 MB of RAM. I installed the latest stable version of Ubuntu and he immediately fell in love. What came next was a bit of a shock.

Mini-Distro-Review: Tiny Core Linux

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fishbowl42.com: I heard about Tiny Core Linux a few months ago and given its description as a minimalistic Linux designed to build to your own specifications from the ground up it sounded right up my alley.

Running the 2.6.30.1 kernel ultralight

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kmandla.wordpress: About a year ago I made some notes about plucking out parts of the 2.6.25.5 kernel — as well as some other ideas. I’ve configured a lot of kernels for a variety of machines in that time, and I have a few more subtractions to recommend.

From Russia with Linux

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thebeezspeaks.blogspot: I came across two seemingly unrelated reports, one from the Register, stating that Microsoft will offer a choice of browsers in the EU version of Windows 7 and one from FAS Russia, which began proceedings in a case against several major hardware manufacturers. If this is the shape of things to come, it could mean the OS landscape is about to change.

Distro Hoppin`: antiX MEPIS 8.2

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itlure.com: For those of you who don't know, antiX MEPIS is the resource-friendly version of SimplyMEPIS, a great Linux distribution based on the even greater Debian. With a bit of extrapolation, it's obvious that antiX is built upon Debian.

Resuscitating Your Old Computer: Crunchbang Linux

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gatoymendoza.eu: These days we all seem to have at least one old laptop we no longer use that we just can’t get around to throwing away…. Enter Crunchbang!

GoboLinux review

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linuxphilia.blogspot: GoboLinux is a Linux distribution I heard about from a friend who said that it looked interesting for its flagship property - a simpler file structure. I decided to check it out.

10 super-cool Linux hacks you did not know about

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dedoimedo.com: This article is a compilation of several interesting, unique command-line tricks that should help you squeeze more juice out of your system.

Linux and Unix Uptime vs Microsoft on Netcraft

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blog.eracc.com: Could it be that Microsoft, Microsoft shills and/or Microsoft fanboys for same are “gaming” the uptime table at Netcraft? Unless I am misunderstanding something, frankly, I think they are.

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