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Tiny Core 3.5 review – a blend of the brilliant and the infuriating

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linuxuser.co.uk: Tiny Core is a light and modular Linux distribution. Its main purpose is to allow the easy construction of simple but powerful appliance-like desktops. Michael Reed tests the latest release…

Sabayon 5.5 review

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linuxbsdos.com: Sabayon Linux 5.5 is the latest release of the Gentoo-based Linux distribution. It is also the first Sabayon release this year and judging from this distribution’s release history, we should expect to see at least three more releases before the end of the year.

Fedora 15 a lot of work to be done on Gnome.

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reddit.com: There is nothing good about this. Okay, there's a little good about this, if I were using this on a netbook. Instead, I'm using this on a dual monitor desktop, and I cannot express how frustrating it is to use Gnome Shell.

Debian 6.0 Squeeze

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linuxdistroreview.com: The rock solid, stable Debian. You’ve probably heard of it, and for a good reason: Debian is one of the oldest surviving distors out there. Its initial release was in 1993! After playing with the latest iteration of Debian, version 6.0 codenamed Squeeze, I can safely tell that the moment you turn on your computer for the first time after installation, you’ll get the feeling that this is a distro that will not let you down.

HP: The Linux Desktop Company

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  • HP: The Linux Desktop Company
  • Every HP PC shipped next year will have webOS

Kernel Log: Coming in 2.6.38

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  • Kernel Log: Coming in 2.6.38 (Part 6) - Drivers
  • The Linux 2.6.38 Kernel Is A Few Days Away

A Disappointing Review of Bodhi

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Web

Samsung NF310 Netbook

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Hardware

zdnet.co.uk: When I saw the new Samsung NF310, and I read the specifications, my first thought was that it might turn out to be what the S10-3s should have been. After having it in my hands for just one day, I can say that it is going to be just that, and more. I

Breaking News: Fedora 15 *Beta* leaked! Now with desktop icons!

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Humor

nicubunu.blogspot: The Alpha release of Fedora 15 is expected to hit the news on a few hours (the torrents are already up if you think it is a reason to hurry), which makes this leak even more sensational, as the Beta release is scheduled in about one month from now.

Pinguy OS: A Distro for All

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sourceforge.net: One thing I love about open source is that there is no lack of choice, especially in operating systems. Fed up with Windows or Mac OS X? Not sure about Ubuntu, FreeBSD or RHEL? I present to you Pinguy OS, a robust version of Ubuntu that will have you up and running in no time.

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today's leftovers

Leftovers: Software

  • Calibre 2.29 Includes Small Improvements Only
    As you may already know, Calibre is an open-source book management software, with many interesting features including e-book conversion, e-book viewer, library to ebook reader synchronization and support for the most popular eBook formats, including: epub, cbz, mobi, fb2. Being multi-platform, the app works on Linux, Windows and Mac OS X.
  • 3 Relatively Unknown Open Source Web Browsers for Linux that Packs the Punch
    Browser wars has been going on for more than a decade now and yet, there are no signs of a let down by any parties involved. In fact, things are only hotting up with the big three competing tooth and nail to become the leader of the pack. But that's not the entire story. A host of niche players are also in the market which are equally good and sometimes even better. Here, we'll discuss 3 superb free and open source web browsers you've probably never heard about.
  • Nemo 2.6 Gets A Plugin Manager, More [`Nemo With Unity Patches` PPA Updated]
    While Nemo 2.6 wasn't officially released yet (Cinnamon 2.6 is currently undergoing testing in the Linux Mint Romeo repository), its source has been available for some time on GitHub.
  • WinFF Review - Convert Any Video File with Ease
    WinFF is a tool that uses FFMPEG to convert any kind of video files by using a large number of presets and a ton of other options. It's been around for a long while, so it's time to take a closer look at it and see how it has endured the passage of time.
  • FusionForge 6.0 final release available
    After 4 release candidates, the FusionForge community is proud to announce the new major Fusionforge 6.0 final release.
  • Wine 1.7.44 Brings Support for Numerous Games
    Wine devs have announced that a new version of their application is out and it comes with some very interesting features, including improved support for the 64-bit platform.
  • Wine 1.7.44 Works On More 64-bit ARM Support
    Wine 1.7.44 is out this morning to end out the month of May for the Wine development community.

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Raspberry Pi 2 Spotted in Point Break Remake, CSI: Cyber, and Big Hero 6

The movie industry has started to take note that there are very small PCs out there, like the Raspberry Pi 2, and producers have started to add them to film. Point Break is just one example. Read more