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Six Signs Android really isn't Linux

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  • Six Signs Android really isn't Linux
  • It’s Android/Linux, Folks!

Closer Look at Mageia 1

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Linux The other night I decided that it would be much easier to pick out one of the other distributions I have on my machine than to try and build an older version of KDEPIM myself for Sabayon. So, with that in mind, I booted up Mageia 1 that night.

What the World's Fastest Systems Say About Linux

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Linux We had previously seen Linux in four of the top five systems or seven to eight of the top 10, but this year was marked by a sweep of the top 10 for Tux.

Impact of ext4′s discard option on my SSD

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Hardware Solid-state drives (SSDs) are seen as the future of mass storage by many. They are famous for their high performance: extremely low seek times, since there is no head that needs move.

Linux Mint 10 KDE and the future of the traditional Linux desktop

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Linux I’ve been writing about Mint a lot recently, and if you’ve been reading those, you know already what I think of Mint, which is quite positive. I’m just going to touch on those areas where the KDE edition differs significantly from the Gnome version.

Bravo, Sabayon!

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linuxblog.darkduck: I have tried many distributions so far, and have found none which works ideally for me from the very start to the very end. Is there any ideal solution for me then? Today I will tell you about a system which worked for me almost ideally.

Linux-based system tries to tame San Francisco traffic

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Linux McCain says it will supply San Francisco with a new Linux-based traffic controller computer that meets the latest Advanced Transportation Controller (ATC) standards.

Fuduntu 15, Gnome 3 and the future

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Linux As there has been a lot of discussion and questions regarding this, we thought we'd create a post on this.

Do you have Linux memorabilia to donate to our LinuxCon gallery?

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Linux We are putting together a historical gallery celebrating Linux’s last 20 years for LinuxCon in Vancouver. Please be a part of them and help us build a great gallery!

BackTrack 5 - if you’re serious about pentesting

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Linux BackTrack is a well-known specialized Linux distribution focusing on security tools for penetration testers and security professionals, but it now offers a lot in terms of forensics…

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