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Sabayon 6 KDE review

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linuxbsdos.com: Sabayon is a Gentoo-based, Linux distribution with support for binary package installation. Installation images for the major desktop environments are regularly published and updated. Rolling distributions are cool. In the future, I think most, if not all, distributions will subscribe to the model.

Red Hat: Bringing profitability to open source

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zdnetasia.com: His age and self-professed geek background has helped CEO Jim Whitehurst rally Red Hat's younger, more "socially connected" workforce and developers to become one of the first "21st Century companies" which, Whitehurst hopes, will help him reach his goal of achieving US$3 billion in sales in five years' time.

Knoppix 2011 6.4 Review

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linuxlibrary.org: Knoppix is a top choice for developers, administrators, or anyone on the move. Unlike many other popular Linux distributions Knoppix stays focused on providing one of the best Linux live CD’s available. Now you can have a huge selection of excellent applications and system tools all without any changes to your current system setup.

Ubuntu 11.04 or Linux Mint 11?

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Ubuntu

ainer.org: I have decided to migrate back to Ubuntu from Linux Mint. With that said, this is not something I do lightly, nor something I am likely to do again anytime soon (if ever again).

Linus Torvalds Doesn’t Understand User Space Storage

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blog.gluster.com: I was directed to a recent mailing list post by Linus Torvalds on linux-fsdevel in which he derided the concept of user-space filesystems. Not a particular implementation, mind you, but the very concept of it.

Linpus Lite… a bit too lite…

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Linpus is a Taiwanese company that, from what I understood, wants to bring users simple and intuitive interfaces, through Linux of course.

Buying a Linux Machine - Where to Shop?

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Hardware

networkworld.com: I am thinking of purchasing a new Linux machine, probably a desktop or laptop, and wanted to share the process of searching for a machine. My first thought was to simply visit Dell, HP and other standard manufacturers however I discovered a whole range of companies that I have never heard of when doing a simple search.

Another Linux distro that I love: Zorin OS 5

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utherpendragonfly.wordpress: Here I am back to talk about Linux again. I admit it; I’m addicted to Linux. I just can’t help myself!

Red Flag Linux - Going critical

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dedoimedo.com: What if I told you there's a Linux distribution that might have as many as five times more users than Ubuntu? What if I told there might be a Linux out there, which is not as sexy or stylish or polished or popular as the leading names, however, it works, and it works well.

Fuduntu 14.10: An interview with Andrew Wyatt 'Fewt'

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Interviews

cristalinux.blogspot: It was around 6 months ago that I got in touch with Andrew Wyatt (a.k.a. Fewt, lead developer for Fuduntu) to REVIEW release 14.7 of his distro FUDUNTU. Fewt kindly answered a number of questions which provided context to why Fuduntu was shaping up the way it was.

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Mozilla and Add-ons

  • Firefox 40.0.3 Brings Bug-Fixes Only
  • Reactions to Mozilla’s announcement about upcoming Firefox add-on changes
  • Mixed Feelings Greet Mozilla's Add-ons Overhaul
    Also new is a requirement for add-ons to be reviewed and signed by Mozilla before their deployment. Back in April, Mozilla's security lead Daniel Veditz published The Case for Extension Signing, addressing the volume of feedback their announcement had generated from the developer community. Veditz said the internet browsing experience for tens of thousands of people was being shaped by "third party add-ons in ways they did not choose and that benefit third parties, not the user."
  • Please, God, Don't Let Mozilla Ruin Firefox
    A week ago, Mozilla shed some light on its future, laying out a plan on how the browser is going to dramatically change in the upcoming months. While most of us understood "Chrome extensions were coming to Firefox," it is not as simple as we all thought.
  • The future of Firefox Add-ons - Nope
    Once in a while, I must give my sermons, to help you figure out how things work. Why this is not going to be good for us, the users, and why we must duly prepare, in advance. As it happens, Mozilla does not fully understand the market. It truly does not. When you make decisions based on incorrect data, you are bound to make a disastrous choice. Let's try to amend this, if possible.

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