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Some things in Linux are hard. Get over it!

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toolbox.com/blogs: In the continuing scuffles between the various operating system advocacy's there is a recurring argument against Linux that it is hard to use. I emphatically disagree. Using a configured Linux distribution is no different to using any other configured operating system.

Linux 101 Hacks eBook Goes Online – HTML Version

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thegeekstuff.com: I’m happy to announce that my free eBook, Linux 101 Hacks is now available for online browsing in HTML format. I’ve also updated the book with the following minor changes:

Best Linux - Some Important Things to Consider

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linux.bihlman.com: Linux is starting to catch the eyes of many, many people who normally wouldn’t go there! Finding the best Linux operating system is not hard at all.

Ted T'so moves to Google

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h-online.com: Theodore "Ted" T'so has moved to Google, leaving his position as Linux Foundation's Chief Technology Officer. The news came in a blog posting from T'so.

Selecting a Linux Distribution

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beginlinux.wordpress: If you are planning to learn the ways of using and operating Linux then you should try to gain proper knowledge about it. You must try to decide the type of version that you are planning to utilize, when it comes to Linux as your operating system.

Microsoft predicts Linux will fail mobile 'quality' test

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theregister.co.uk: Linux is shaping up as Microsoft's target in a potential war of attrition to gain lost market share for Windows Mobile in handsets.

You don't need to 'know' Linux to use Linux

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blogs.computerworld: Lately, I've been noticing stories about how to use Linux you need to know half-a-hundred Linux shell commands and the like. Ah, what century are you from? Today, if you can see a window and handle a mouse you're ready to use Linux.

Retailers Put Linux on Their Holiday Wish List

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itbusinessedge.com: Although the economy remains uncertain, U.S. retail activity rose this holiday season. In the midst of gift return season, retailers who need to expand their IT capacity during the holidays should look to Linux.

5 Special Devices from CES 2010 that Run on Linux

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linux-netbook.com: Lots of fascinating new devices were showcased during past week's Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.Even more fun if the underlying software is built on top of Linux, as is the case for the following special devices found at CES 2010.

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