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FCM#44 is HERE

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  • Full Circle Magazine #44 Available
  • Linux Outlaws 183 - Darkfield Lasers (The Year 2010 in Review)

Two Non-buntu Alternatives for your Netbook - Part 2: ArchOne

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all-things-linux.blogspot: Yesterday we looked at Fluxflux-sl for a Slax based solution. Today is the turn of ArchOne. As the name says a customization of Arch Linux specifically aimed at use on netbooks.

Two Non-buntu Alternatives for your Netbook - Part 1: Fluxflux-sl

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all-things-linux.blogspot: Chances are several of you, or somebody close to you, got a new netbook over the festive period, and now you are faced with the agonising question what to put on it to make it usable.

Why I Use Linux

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russellhollander.com: I use Linux in my personal computing for about 95% of what I do. I thought I would take a minute to articulate why I have chosen to be a Linux user. Whatever your reasons are for sticking with Windows or Mac, here’s why I chose a third path.

Who wrote 2.6.37

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lwn.net: The 2.6.37 development cycle is coming to a close; that must mean that it is time to look at the development statistics for this release. 2.6.37 has been a more active cycle than most. The most active contributors this time around were:

Results are in: openSUSE's Community Survey

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ostatic.com: Back in February openSUSE held a survey to find more out about its community. Who are they? What OS do they normally run? What do they want? How can openSUSE improve? Well, the results are in and quite interesting to openSUSE users and the community at large.

My 2011 Linux Resolutions

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lockergnome.com: 2010 is shot in the arse. 2011 is right around the corner. Here’s what I resolve to do Linux-wise for the new year:

Kernel Log: Coming in 2.6.37 (Part 5) - Drivers

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h-online.com: Support for fast USB 3.0 storage devices with USB Attached SCSI Protocol (UASP), an audio loopback driver plus extensions to support Apple's Magic Trackpad are only some of the advances that improve the hardware support of the forthcoming Linux kernel.

PlayStation 3 code signing cracked

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theregister.co.uk: Hardware hackers claim to have uncovered the private key used by Sony to authorise code to run on PlayStation 3 systems.

Linuxy Hopes, Dreams and Resolutions for 2011

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linuxinsider.com: Now that New Year's Eve is almost upon us once again, there seems little to do with 2010 but bid it a fond farewell and set our sights on what's to come.

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