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Linux Mint Debian Edition review

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linuxbsdos.com: Linux Mint Debian Edition, or LMDE, is the edition of Linux Mint based on Debian Testing. The latest release was made available for download on December 24, 2010. LMDE was announced as an alternate edition of Linux Mint in first week of September 2010.

In-Depth Chakra “Ashoc” 0.3.0 Review and Impressions

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freetechie.com: Chakra is an Arch-based KDE distribution. However, since its alpha releases, it has diverged enough from Arch and KDEmod to become to Arch what Ubuntu has become to Debian: while they share package types and many upstream repositories, there will be quite a few incompatibilities.

Spotlight on Linux: VectorLinux 6.0

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linuxjournal.com: VectorLinux is one distribution that seems to hum along under most users' radar. This is a mistake because Vector has many of the characteristics that make Linux great while adding some that has often been heralded by competitors as not existing except with larger commercial distributions.

How You Know When It’s Time to Switch to Linux

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pcworld.com: It's easy to be content with your computer installation as long as it keeps doing what you want it to without too much trouble. When frequent problems arise, however, it's hard to remain faithful for long.

The Real Future of Linux and FOSS (Is Not Shiny Toys)

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linuxplanet.com: There is a word that is to me as a pebble in a shoe, as fingernails on a blackboard, and that is the word consumer. Consumer is a perfectly good word that has become incurably tainted. What does this have to do with Linux and FOSS? Everything.

Cuba sets to migrate to free, open-source software

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xinhuanet.com: Cuba has set a strategic goal in 2011 to migrate most of its computers to open-source software, a move designed to strengthen the country's technological security and sovereignty.

Swiched to Fedora

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omat.nl: Yesterday I was so annoyed by my computer that I burned a cd with Fedora and installed it. I also had a 1,5TB disk waiting to be inserted, combining that made the switch pretty easy.

Red Hat reasserts itself in Thailand

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bangkokpost.com: Seeing the growth potential of cloud computing in the Asia-Pacific region, Red Hat is promoting its open source software to universities and reasserting its presence in Thailand for the first time in three years.

LinuxUser's kernel column #95 by Jon Masters

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linuxuser.co.uk: Jon Masters talks about features in the 2.6.37 Linux kernel and describes debugging a kernel problem using the Git bisection feature…

Linux in education: a genuine alternative

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techradar.com: Using free software in education is not just about saving money. It's also about preserving choice, not locking a student's experience into a certain way of doing something.

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