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Zorin OS 7 "Lite" Review: Beautiful and functional

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mylinuxexplore.blogspot: Zorin has a history of creating pretty refined Ubuntu spins specifically targeted to newcomers. Their recent release Zorin OS 7 is based on Ubuntu 13.04 and it has 6 months of support.

Sabayon is So Pretty and Fast

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sabayon.org: I’ve been seriously slacking on the Sabayon stuff, but been hanging with the community on the Official Sabayon Facebook page and watched a thread on a background image erupt into a mountain. It really is amazing at how a small change to a GUI send people running for their pitchforks and torches.

Fedora 17 "Beefy Miracle" Is Officially Dead

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Docker: A 'Shipping Container' for Linux Code

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linux.com: It's a challenge in today's heterogeneous computing world of multiple stacks and multiple hardware environments. "Dependency hell" is just one possible result, in the words of PaaS provider dotCloud, as applications get deployed across different hardware environments, including public, private and virtualized servers.

Is Linux Operating System Virus Free?

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Security

tecmint.com: Linux System is considered to be free from Viruses and Malware. What is the truth behind this notion and how far it is correct ? We will be discussing all these stuffs in this article.

Solydx - I want a non-Ubuntu, Debian based distro with the XFCE desktop

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everydaylinuxuser.com: This article has been written for two reasons: a) I was asked to review SolydX or SolydK; b) I was reading a question on the /r/linux4noobs subreddit and the question was "which distro should I use?" When it comes to the choice of reviewing a distro running XFCE or one running KDE there is no contest. I much prefer to use XFCE over KDE.

Linux Foundation Joins the GNOME Advisory Board

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Software

gnome.org: Opening GUADEC 2013 today, Karen Sandler, GNOME Executive Director, announced that the Linux Foundation has become the latest member of GNOME's Advisory Board.

Is Red Hat Destined for Greatness?

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fool.com: Investors love stocks that consistently beat the Street without getting ahead of their fundamentals and risking a meltdown. The best stocks offer sustainable market-beating gains, with robust and improving financial metrics that support strong price growth. Does Red Hat fit the bill?

A year of Linux desktop at Westcliff High School

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opensource.com: Around a year ago, a school in the southeast of England, Westcliff High School for Girls Academy (WHSG), began switching its student-facing computers to Linux, with KDE providing the desktop software. The school's Network Manager, Malcolm Moore, contacted us at the time. Now, a year on, he got in touch again to let us know how he and the students find life in a world without Windows.

Korora Linux: More Than Just Another Fedora Clone

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linuxinsider.com: I was much more impressed with Korora's KDE desktop version than the GNOME version. The KDE menu provided ready access to all of the features and software. Plus, the KDE desktop has a panel bar at the bottom of the screen.

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