linuxjournal.com: Matt Zimmerman, Ubuntu CTO, has found a way to bridge the ever-widening crevasse between Debian and its derivatives. The Debian Front Desktop was formed last summer in order to bring together these camps, but Zimmerman wants to go a step or two further.
- Reviews: Greeting the lizard king (review of openSUSE 11.4)
- News: FreeBSD switches to "bsdinstall", OpenBSD announces 4.9, Debian launches DEX, BackTrack prepares for May release, Gentoo lists projects for GSoC, Japan OSS community post-earthquake update
- Questions and Answers: DistroWatch visitor number growth
- Released last week: Linux Mint 10 "LXDE", Ultimate Edition 2.9, SuperGamer Supreme 2.5
- Upcoming releases: Ubuntu 11.10 release schedule
- New distributions: GenOS, PUIAS Linux
- Reader comments
pcworld.com: The first thing you should know: There is a learning curve. Linux is much easier than it used to be, but it's not Windows. If you're used to a Microsoft operating system, Ubuntu will take some adjustment.
linuxinsider.com: Linux geeks are a generous sort, it seems fair to say, always eager to share the joys of their favorite operating system. So when a Linux geek enters a new relationship -- with a fellow human, that is -- it's only natural to encourage that new flame to adopt Linux too.
computerweekly.com: If you, like me, bought an Acer Aspire One and have been suffering with the ultra stripped down Linpus Linux Lite for your sins; then you've probably (also like me) only dreamed lazily of the heavenly possibility of having a "proper" operating system on your machine.
itwire.com: There was a time when Linux user groups were the source of support for those who install and run the free operating system. Installfests were held at least once a year and people who were interested in testing out GNU/Linux waited for these events.
jeffhoogland.blogspot: I've written twice now about various pieces of online software that restrict your freedom to use the operating system of your choice to access them. My girlfriend is also a student and was annoyed when she found out.
kmandla.wordpress: It’s been a while since I installed Crux on any machine in the house, and even longer since I put it on anything faster than about 150Mhz.
techradar.com: There are now some fantastic varieties of Linux that make ideal replacements for the operating system that's currently installed on your netbook.
unixmen.com: Ultimate Edition 2.9 has been released! according to the announcement, this release was built off Ultimate Edition 2.8 which is built off Ubuntu 10.10 'Maverick Meerkat'. All updates fully updated / upgraded, old kernels purged, new initrd and vmlinuz rebuilt.