linuxdistroreview.com: Joli OS is a relative newcomer to the Linux world. It’s created by Jolicloud, which “lets you manage all your Web apps, files and services, all in one place”. Like Peppermint or Google’s Chrome OS, this one is firmly cloud-based, meaning that you’ll need an internet connection for best results.
mashable.com: The Linux operating system is not just for nerds. Even though you may not realize it, chances are you probably have a version of Linux running right under your nose.
dasublogbyprashanth.blogspot: It has been almost exactly 6 months since I looked at Fuduntu. Since then, it has had one new minor release (version 14.9 became version 14.10) and an update to that release (version 14.10 became version 14.10.1). You would think that not much would have changed between then and now, so what's making me test this?
intosimple.blogspot: When I finally found an article covering Arch linux, I thought its time I write about the distribution I have been using for over two years.
mpshouse.com: The file system in Linux can be intimidating coming from other operating systems like Microsoft Windows. At first glance it may seem that there is no organisation to the files, but there is a method to this madness.
all-things-linux.blogspot: Once upon a time the daddy of this distribution, Klaus Knopper, started a trend with his pioneering Knoppix live CD as rescue and repair tool. It's still around though and has some unique points to offer, as I'm about to find out in this review of Knoppix 6.7.
trisquel.info: In what we can now call it a tradition, we celebrate the Software Freedom Day by publishing our latest release: Trisquel GNU/Linux 5.0 STS, codename Dagda.
ostatic.com: Linux Mint can be a bit difficult to keep up with these days. One is based on Ubuntu, another on Debian. The newest Debian-based version comes with GNOME or Xfce while the Ubuntu-based counterpart is available in GNOME or LXDE. 32- and 64-bit versions are available for both. Today brought a new release: Linux Mint 201109 Debian (GNOME & Xfce).
pcworld.com: Both Unity and Metro borrow heavily from the mobile world, and for that reason seem likely to appeal to an increasingly mobile-minded world of consumers. What I'm not so sure about, though, is whether these types of interfaces are right for the desktop, and especially for the power user.
linuxfordevices.com: Harris Corp. announced a multimedia-enhanced PC designed for a variety of mission-critical military and public safety applications. The compact, ruggedized Falcon III RF-7800N-CP Mobile Computing Platform (MCP) runs Linux on a 1.86GHz Intel Core 2 Duo.