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Has Debian 6 ended my distro-hopping madness?

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linuxtweaking.blogspot: With the release of Fedora 15 and all the surrounding talk concerning Gnome (S)hell, I thought now would be a good time to remind myself of what I would miss if I were to switch to Gnome 3.

Examining Linux Mint 11

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Linux Lots of people have been waiting anxiously for the release of Linux Mint 11. Not only loyal Mint users, who of course are anxious for every new release, but this time around also a lot of previously loyal Ubuntu users who are unhappy with Ubuntu.

In depth: Raspberry Pi, the computer on a stick

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Hardware Raspberry Pi is a tiny ARM-based single board computer that enables a TV to run Linux and scripting languages such as Python.

Good times with Fedora Linux upgrades

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Linux I've used Fedora for years, basically because I've used Red Hat Linux since the late 1990's, and I've always loved the fact that Red Hat stands behind its products. And Fedora is no exception. But, upgrading entire system every 6 months seems extreme when used on an everyday PC. Or is it?

Fedora 15 & GNOME 3.0 First Impressions

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Linux After I posted our news item of Fedora 15's release, I got restless. I had to install it. It's been a long time since I last used the distro for something other than a quick test, so I figure I'm long overdue for a return. And because I haven't given GNOME 3.0 a single test since its release, how could I pass up killing two birds with one stone?

Linux Mint 11 “Katya” released

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Linux The team is proud to announce the release of Linux Mint 11 “Katya”. Some highlights include: One click install for multimedia codecs and extra applications, Performance boosts, and UI improvements.

Fedora 15 LXDE Screenshots

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Linux I am a new fan of the LXDE environment and had to try Fedora’s version. he only real annoyance with LXDE is that the left and right mouse button settings do not seem to keep when you switch back and forth.

GNOME 3 and Fedora 15

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  • Fedora 15 - 8 services you can most likely disable
  • Fedora 15 KDE Plasma Workspaces celebration
  • Fedora 15 Review / Thoughts (video)

First look: Fedora 15 arrives with GNOME 3.0 and systemd

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Linux The community of open source software developers behind the Fedora Linux distribution announced this week the release of version 15. The update brings an overhauled desktop user interface and a number of noteworthy architectural improvements under the hood.

Fedora 15 Released, GNOME 3 Looks Good

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  • Fedora 15's five best features
  • Fedora 15 with Gnome 3 - At first glance
  • Fedora 15: More than just a pretty interface
  • Fedora 15 with GNOME 3: better than Ubuntu 11.04 with Unity
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