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5 Reasons Debian One of the Most Popular Distros

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tuxarena.blogspot: Debian is one of the oldest and most popular distributions among the Linux users. There are probably hundreds of distributions which are based on Debian. So, let's proceed and see what makes Debian so popular and loved among the Linux users.

Linux Out Performs Windows in OpenGL

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jeffhoogland.blogspot: Late last year I did a posting detailing how Windows 7 crushed Ubuntu 9.10 in the area of 3D performance. Nine months later I am happy to say:

Red Hat looks out of state for expansion

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newsobserver.com: Red Hat's heady growth has led it to explore out-of-state options for a whopping 300,000 square feet of office space.

50 Reasons to Love GNU/Linux for Schools

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pogson.6k.ca: We have all read articles with 5 or 10 reasons to love/hate some facet of IT. I thought I would go for 50.

Best Linux Distro for 3D Performance

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jeffhoogland.blogspot: There is one question all new Linux users ask themselves at one point or another: Which Linux distro do I want to use?

Asus U35JC review

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4 Ways to Give Desktop Linux a Test-Drive

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pcworld.com: That desktop Linux offers myriad compelling advantages for business users is no longer the subject of much debate. All that remains for many Windows users is to give it a try.

Squeeze in a jam?

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dontsurfinthenude.blogspot: Debian Lenny is a great operating system. It just seems to be completely reliable- if there are any bugs, I haven't found them. However, what's also obvious from the first time you use it is that a lot of the packages it contains are old.

Momonga Linux 7 review

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linuxbsdos.com: Momonga is a Linux distribution based on Fedora. It is a community-developed distribution with roots in Japan. Like Fedora, it is a multi-purpose distribution, a Free distribution, with a script that makes it easy to build and install non-free applications.

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