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The linux.conf.au 2010 opens

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  • The linux.conf.au 2010 opens in Wellington with over 700 attendees
  • Rich and varied fare for open-source conference
  • linux.conf.au 2010: Day 1 (morning)
  • LCA2010 gets off the starting blocks
  • Linux.conf.au: Latest Linux kernel release due early March

Comparison of IRC support between GNU/Linux distributions

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linuxcrunch.com: Finding a quick solution for your problems in any distribution is the main reason to make you rely on it. Therefore, the major distributions have many ways to provide support to their users. Among them, IRC.

My Pardus 2009.1 Experience

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beginlinux.com: If you're a KDE fan but haven't taken Pardus Linux out for a spin in awhile, maybe it's time you should.

Linux Mint 8 vs Ubuntu 9.10

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Ubuntu

linuxbsdos.com: On the surface, trying to write a comparative review of Linux Mint 8 (Helena) and Ubuntu 9.10 (Karmic koala) would seem like a pointless exercise. After all, Linux Mint is based on Ubuntu. So what’s the point?

Puppy Linux – Puppy Arcade 5 Super Fast Game Emulator

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Gaming

techexposures.com:Scott Jarvis sent us info on his just released Puppy Arcade 5, a Puppy Linux flavor with a retro video game emulation based on TurboPup Xtreme (arguably the fastest Puppy derivative).

Best of Linux Wallpapers

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Discover Cool Wallpapers for your desktop . Whether it be fedora , Ubuntu , gos , centos ,kubuntu , gentoo ,damn vulnerable Linux or anything else , you can find respective wallpapers here . Linux Wallpapers

Back from Debian: Meeting up with old Ubuntu

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  • Back from Debian: Meeting up with old Ubuntu
  • The Debian Adventure, Part 15: Fixing Bugs

Trying Mint – I likes what I sees

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  • Trying Mint – I likes what I sees
  • Upgrading Mint x64 edition, version 7 to version 8

Fedora 13 Gains Features, Progresses

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phoronix.com: Before Fedora 12 was even released there were already feature plans for Fedora 13 and since that point new features have continued to be added to their feature plans.

The difference between Linux and windows settings

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Microsoft

locutus.us: Linux and windows have very different ways of storing their installed program settings. Before windows 95 came along they used to be very similar.

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