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Elementary ‘Jupiter’ – A Slick, Easy-To-Use Operating System

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makeuseof.com: Looking for a beautiful, functional operating system? Check out the first Elementary Jupiter OS. This Linux-based operating system is designed from the ground up to stay out of your way so you can simply use your computer.

Zenwalk 7 review

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linuxbsdos.com: Zenwalk is a desktop-oriented Linux distribution originally based on Slackware. The latest stable release is Zenwalk 7. It was made available for download on March 25, 2011, roughly ten months from the last prior stable release – Zenwalk 6.4. The Zenwalk project makes four editions available –

Kernel Log: Coming in 2.6.39 (Part 1) - Network

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h-online.com: The addition of ipset support makes it easier to run a firewall, as it means that only one table needs to be modified in order to block a specific IP address. The situation with regard to drivers for WLAN chips continues to improve, with Ralink and Realtek now actively involved in developing the Linux kernel drivers.

Tech conference coming to Boston

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bizjournals.com: Leaders of the technology industry will come together in Boston next month for the 2011 Red Hat Summit and JBoss World.

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.

Moonstruck with...

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linuxblog.darkduck: One of the most admirable elements about Linux is, once the community has become comfortable with a distro, another one appears to disrupt the status quo. MoonOS is one of these noteworthy distros.

Results of Fedora 16 Release Name Voting

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fedoraproject.org: The voting has concluded for the Fedora 16 release name, and the results are in! Thank you to the Fedora community members who made name suggestions and participated in the voting.

ITechLaw to Hold 40th Anniversary Celebration in San Francisco

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businesswire.com (PR): As IT attorneys, we have a huge respect for what Linus Torvalds has achieved at a technical level. But, we also see the related benefits that open source development continues to bring and the way Linux has changed the way we contract for software and influenced licensing trends in general.

NYSE and Deutsche Borse merger chiefs size up single Red Hat Linux trading platform

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computerworlduk.com: The New York Stock Exchange and Deutsche Borse are planning a move to a single cash equities trading platform, understood to be based on Red Hat Linux, in a crucial step towards saving €79 million (£64 million) in annual IT costs and delivering robust, fast messaging.

CTKArch - The Other Arch-based Distribution Using Openbox

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all-things-linux.blogspot: CTKArch is a distribution, or perhaps more a spin, based on Arch Linux that is using Openbox as default window manager. It's minimal in size, if you believe that anything under CD size is minimal these days, and seems to be designed first and foremost to run from CD or USB as a live system.

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