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Linux performance improvements

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artipc10.vub.ac.be: Two years ago I wrote an article presenting some Linux performance improvements. These performance improvements are still valid, but it is time to talk about some new improvements available.

Heart of Linux - part 1

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oneandoneis2.org: We all know what we expect from a modern Linux desktop. The rotating-cube multi-screen 3D-accelerated environment with toolbars, menus, and all manner of automated installation and setup wizardry.

Linux Mint 11 (Katya)

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desktoplinuxreviews.com: Each time a new version of Ubuntu is released, a new version of Linux Mint quickly follows. Linux Mint 11 has just been released and it’s probably the best version of Linux Mint ever.

Dynebolic: forgotten Rasta Tux

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darkduck.com: Latest version of Dynebolic 2.5.2 DHORUBA was released in December 2007. History wise, this is just peanuts. But in terms of Linux history, that is “ages ago”.

Linux Mint 11 - Vital Service or Prolonging Agony?

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ostatic.com: Linux Mint 11 was release earlier this morning with some new features and lots of updates. One update that's been skipped is immediately apparent - big interface change. Is Mint 11 just delaying the inevitable?

Linux Australia wants to boost its PR stocks

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itwire.com: As the number of events organised under its patronage increases, Linux Australia (LA), the umbrella organisation for Linux user groups Down Under, is actively looking for people who can be part of a media sub-committee.

Is North Korea really making its own PCs?

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Hardware
  • Is North Korea really making its own PCs?
  • North Korea Fakes Manufacture of $80 American/German Netbook

Protecting the foundations of Linux – an interview with Jim Zemlin

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Interviews

linuxuser.co.uk: Jim Zemlin, executive director of the Linux Foundation, and Linux User’s 100th issue special guest editor chats about the 20th anniversary of Linux, the future of embedded Linux devices, and the current state of the kernel among other things…

Fedora 15 KDE – First Impressions

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  • Fedora 15 KDE – First Impressions
  • Fedora 15 – Bringing You The Latest In Linux
  • Fedora 15 released| Now its time for the war of the DE's

Linux 2.6.39: XFS Speeds-Up, EXT4 & Btrfs Unchanged

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phoronix.com: While we have already delivered a number of benchmarks from the Linux 2.6.39 kernel, surprisingly we have not yet published any new file-system benchmarks from this latest stable Linux kernel release. Fortunately, that has changed today with a fresh round of Btrfs, EXT4, and XFS file-system benchmarks on the Linux 2.6.39 kernel and compared to the preceding 2.6.38 and 2.6.37 kernel releases.

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