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Why I prefer Julia over Ubuntu Maverick

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houcemhachicha.blogspot: I'm a big fun of ubuntu. In fact, I always encourage people to use ubuntu and I install it for them. However, with every new box I install ubuntu on, I find myself compelled to further enhance the fresh installation with new features.

Fedora Moving to Unity Too!

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Ubuntu

ostatic.com: Despite all the negative reaction to Ubuntu's move to Unity, is it possible that another popular distribution is going to walk it its footsteps? Do they want to experience the backlash and exodus of users? Do they want to be subjected to a barrage of criticism?

Red Hat employees remember to share their success

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localtechwire.com: It’s the best of times for Red Hat. Yet it’s also a time for reflection as the choice of the Hatters’ annual charitable donation amplified at the company’s annual Christmas get-together.

[rant] How do I do that?

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jonmasters.org: I’ve been thinking a lot recently about how Linux is increasingly defining inter-operability based on the random decisions of engineers hacking on projects, and not on industry standards.

SuperGamer - Dedicated live Linux gaming DVD - BOOM!

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Gaming

dedoimedo.com: What if I tell you that there's a live Linux DVD edition, with drivers for your graphics card and preloaded with dozens of games, just waiting for you. Place the DVD in the tray, boot the system and start playing.

Linux for the Holidays

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zdnet.com/blog: The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting Linux, has announced a new individual membership drive and promotion for the holidays that makes members eligible to win free Linux.com Store T-shirts, hats, mugs and the like.

Artists should be paid, Part 2: What's "fair"?

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Having established the motivations for fair payment on a “commercial free culture project” in the previous column, I’m still left with the question of what exactly “fair” means. The problem is that there’s more than one way to determine fair shares on a project like this.

Interview: is Ubuntu beneficial for Debian?

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Interviews
Ubuntu

go2linux.org: Today I’m presenting you my first interview, today is the turn or Raphaël, a Debian Contributor. I’ve meet Raphaël by his blog. He is interviewing other Debian contributors, and I’m interviewing him, continue reading and meet him better.

The Move To Linux - Encrypted Disk Issues

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Hardware
Software
HowTos

linuxjournal.com: One of the standards that has become normal in the US federal sector is the requirement that all mobile devices, such as laptops, have encrypted drives. This was a direct result of a number of laptop thefts earlier in the decade that resulted in the supposed leaking of personal information.

The state of Linux

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damienkane.blogspot: I'd like to say Linux is taking over Microsoft Windows but I would be lying. The Linux community has done a fantastic job in getting the system to where it is today over a great many distributions and I would agree, but I cannot foresee it as being a replacement any time soon.

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