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Vector Linux 6.0 “SOHO” Screenshots

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easylinuxcds.com: Vector Linux is a lightweight Linux distribution based on Slackware Linux. Today the SOHO (Small Office/Home Office) Edition of Vector Linux 6.0 was released, this version is targeted at modern computers in an office environment.

The Power of the UNIX Command-Line

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Discover the essential UNIX utilities that deliver the entire world to your command line

Is the Linux Kernel In Trouble?

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  • Is the Linux Kernel In Trouble?
  • Kernel Log: 2.6.36 development and new stable kernels and drivers

War of the Peppermint Gargantuas

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jimlynch.com: Now – many years after the War of the Gargantuas movie – there are two more gargantuas that are at war. These two aren’t brown and green, these two are peppermint. I’m referring, of course, to Peppermint OS One and Peppermint Ice.

Missing From Linux 2.6.36

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  • Missing From Linux 2.6.36: VIA's TTM/GEM DRM
  • Ubuntu Kernel Developer releases Firmware Test Suite
  • Deviant Google Android probes Linux kernel re-entry
  • Stable kernel updates

Linux is a time killer

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mostlymaths.net: I have been using Linux since around 1998, when I installed Debian from scratch in my old Pentium II. I am more end-user than power user, but the computer I use most often (my netbook) has Linux in it by default. Linux is a time waster. It can come in two time-wasting fashion:

Spin Your Own Debian with Live Studio

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linuxjournal.com: In the tradition of Nimblex and SUSE Studio comes an alternative for those who prefer Debian. Debian Live Studio allows users to build their own Debian Live system with just a few mouse clicks.

The consistent failure of Linux to grab even 1% of the desktop OS market

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royal.pingdom.com: Linux has been around for almost two decades now. It has become a resounding success as a server OS (for example as the L in the famous LAMP stack), and more recently as a mobile OS (Android). But what about on the desktop?

LinuxCon: Exploits Show Why Linux Is Vulnerable

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esecurityplanet.com: There is a widely held belief that Linux is a completely secure operating system. But to Brad Spengler of the grsecurity project, the belief is far from accurate. And he has the kernel exploits to prove it.

Desktop Linux: Great for the Environment, Bad for Economy?

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earthweb.com: Is using desktop Linux better for the environment than say, running Microsoft Windows or Apple's OS X?

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