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The Ever-changing Face of Dell.com

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pogson.6k.ca: Dell reminds me of some people, always trying on new clothes to seek a new identity. The website which only a few weeks ago had little to say about GNU/Linux or Ubuntu is now full of hits:

Here's Another Intel Poulsbo Linux Driver...

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phoronix.com: Intel's Poulsbo Linux support is a bloody mess. It has been for nearly two years now and the situation has really not improved at all.

Manhattan OS Rebranded As Jupiter OS; Ditches Ubuntu For Debian

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webupd8.org: Manhattan OS was a great Ubuntu remaster you might remember reading about on WebUpd8. I say "was" because it doesn't exist anymore - you can't download it and there won't be any new versions, not under the "Manhattan OS" name.

Desktop Linux: The Presstitutes Strike Again

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eyeonlinux.com: Every once in a while we hear that desktop Linux is dead and buried. A columnist at PC World recently pushed this hoary old chestnut in a column entitled “Desktop Linux: The Dream is Dead.” Ugh.

Parted Magic review

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linuxuser.co.uk: Parted Magic is one of the best standalone partition management Linux solutions out there. Sukrit explains why…

UberStudent: Custom Operating System For Students

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makeuseof.com: Bringing together the best the open source world has to offer to students, Linux distribution UberStudent is a great starting point for the college-attending geek wanting to give Linux a try.

Extinct Linux Distros...Is GNU/Linux Headed to Extinction?

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linuxmigrante.blogspot: As I was checking about 10 Linux Distros that are now gone, I noticed a pattern: Most of them had price tags attached.

Spotlight Feature: Get Mobile with Fedora 14

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redhat.com: The release of Fedora 14 is just around the corner, and one of the areas of active development for this release is mobile devices, such as netbooks.

London Stock Exchange smashes world record trade speed with Linux

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computerworlduk.com: The London Stock Exchange has said its new Linux-based system is delivering world record networking speed, with 126 microsecond trading times.

Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst to Deliver Keynote at Interop New York

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redhat.com: Red Hat today announced that President and CEO, Jim Whitehurst, will deliver the keynote address at Interop New York. Interop aims to drive the adoption of technology, providing knowledge and insight to help IT and corporate decision-makers achieve business success.

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