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Fedora and Korora 19s Released Today

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ostatic.com: It's been another exciting Tuesday in the Open Source World. Fedora dominated headlines today with the release of version 19. Hot on their heals is the Korora Project with their version 19. With such bounty, how can one choose?

Announcing the release of Fedora 19

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  • Announcing the release of Fedora 19
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So wheezy is fun..

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steve.org.uk: Running a pristine operating system is fun. I keep going to run programs and finding they're not installed!

ALT Linux 7.0 Enterprise and Workstation Arrive

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ostatic.com: ALT Linux has been around for quite some time, yet we rarely hear of it anymore. Some of my first impressions were of a nice desktop system that needed a bit of polish. Later ALT became available in desktop and enterprise editions. After nearly two years, today brought a new ALT Linux release.

Fedora vs. Ubuntu

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datamation.com: As newer Ubuntu users become more accustomed to their desktop experience, occasionally they decide to try something different—like Fedora. With my previous article, I took a stern look at OpenSUSE vs. Ubuntu. So in this article, I'll explore the differences between Fedora and Ubuntu, along with examining areas where each distribution excels or fails.

Ubiquitous Linux: It’s Everywhere

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linuxrants.com: Sometimes I’m sitting here, trying to come up with something to write and I’m coming up dry. It’s not because there’s nothing going on with Linux. Quite the contrary.

The Linux Kernel: Drivers

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linux.org: Drivers are small programs that enable the kernel to communicate and handle hardware or protocols (rules and standards). Without a driver, the kernel does not know how to communicate with the hardware.

Linux Mint 15 Olivia MATE - Not as refined

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dedoimedo.com: Here's the third review of the Linux Mint Olivia family. So far, Olivia has shown really awesome results, near perfect in almost every sense of the way. Let's see what the MATE version can do.

What's new in Linux 3.10

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h-online.com: A second SSD caching framework and support for the new Radeons' video decoder are two of the most important enhancements in Linux 3.10, which is now out. This version also includes several new and improved drivers and a change to the network stack to speed up HTTP connections.

DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 514

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Welcome to this year's 26th issue of DistroWatch Weekly! Peppermint OS is an interesting distribution that combines the light nature of Lubuntu with user-friendly additions from Linux Mint, and it even adds a handful of cloud-released features. The recently-released version Four is the culmination of the project's three years of hard work; DistroWatch's Jesse Smith takes a look.

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