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Fedora 14 Theme Preview

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mairin.wordpress: At last week’s design team meeting, we made a decision about the direction of the overall theme for Fedora 14′s artwork, which will affect – among other things – the default wallpaper.

Spotlight on Linux: Pardus Linux 2009.2

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linuxjournal.com: Pardus Linux is one of those distributions that doesn't get the attention it probably deserves. Pardus makes a wonderful desktop system for those that prefer ease of use. Available as an install image or live CD, it ships with lots of great applications, multimedia support, and browser plugins.

In Karjan, students already work on Linux

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indiatimes.com: Gujarat government is gearing up to use Linux operating system in schools in the state, but a city-based foundation has been teaching use of this system to students in Karjan for the last one year now.

Linux supercomputer, worth £2m, sought by University of Warwick

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computerworlduk.com: The University of Warwick is tendering for a new Linux-based High Performance Computing facility for its research Centre for Scientific Computing (CSC).

Installing (and reinstalling) Linux on your desktop

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sutor.com: Yesterday I set up a laptop with a Linux distribution, including everything I needed for work. Today, I’m doing it again.

New Linux OS REMnux

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  • New Linux OS REMnux Designed For Reverse Engineering Malware
  • Pinguy OS:A Ubuntu-Fork
  • ULTILEX - The Ultimate Linux Experience version 10.7 is released
  • Kongoni Linux- Another slackware based linux distribution
  • Zenwalk Internet Cafe Edition 2.2 Released

Red Hat Ignores Desktops - Consumer or Enterprise Whatsoever

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pclinuxos2007.blogspot: We had been running CentOS 5.2 on dozens of our office-desktops. They were boringly stable though little obsolete. Finally I wanted to upgrade my system to the latest v.5.5 so as to use some of the updated packages including Firefox 3.5 and OpenOffice 3.

Debian Project News

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Parted Magic 5.0 released

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h-online.com: Just one week after the first release candidate arrived, the Parted Magic developers have released version 5.0 of their open source, multi-platform partitioning tool. Parted Magic can be used to create, move, delete and resize drive partitions and will run on a machine with as little as 64MB of RAM.

SystemRescueCd 1.5.6

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linuxjournal.com: SystemRescueCD is a free, Linux-based CDROM image for system recovery that boots into a minimal graphical interface and provides a host of useful tools culled from many sources.

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