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$99 Linux stick turns any HDMI display into a virtual desktop

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pcworld.com: Hard on the heels of the news that Dell's “Project Ophelia” thumb PC is expected to ship this summer, thin client vendor Devon IT on Tuesday rolled out a similar contender of its own called the Ceptor.

A few words on Mageia 3 KDE

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  • A few words on Mageia 3 KDE
  • Mageia 3, the WONT FIX scim bug, and iBus

Debian GNU/Hurd 2013 rounded up

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h-online.com: The GNU/Hurd development team at the Debian project has released a version of the Distribution based on Debian 7 "Wheezy" and the GNU Hurd kernel. Debian GNU/Hurd 2013 is the first major release of the distribution after years of development work, even though it is not an official Debian release.

Mint 15: Today's best Linux desktop

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zdnet.com: Mint isn't just an outstanding Linux desktop, it's the best new desktop operating system of any kind available now.

Mageia 3 KDE Review: elegant and fantastic!

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mylinuxexplore.blogspot: To be honest, I have used quite a few KDE distros in last couple of years but never saw a resource efficient distro like Mageia 2. Under similar conditions, Mageia performed better than almost all the KDE distros I have used. For me, the release of Mageia 3 was one of the most anticipated releases of 2013.

Emmabuntus 2 - The French Revolution

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everydaylinuxuser.com: One of my favourite things about writing about Linux is when I decide to review one of the smaller distributions. This week I have had the pleasure of installing, exploring and now reviewing Emmabuntus 2.

20 Funny Commands or Linux is Fun

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tecmint.com: Linux is fun! Huhhh. OK so you don’t believe me. Mind me at the end of this article you will have to believe that Linux is actually a fun box.

I wiped Windows and never looked back

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darkduck.com: This man usually sits in a different seat of the interview room. Many people in the Linux world recognise him as a person who interviewed a lot of high-profile Linux advocates, prophets and journalists. But let me now put him into the interviewee's seat and introduce the man to you. Please meet: Steven Ovadia.

Hybryde Fusion: A very unique Linux distribution

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linuxbsdos.com: Hybryde Fusion is a new desktop distribution based on Ubuntu Desktop. Unlike most other Ubuntu-based distributions, it brings a few interesting features to the table.

China and Linux: A Lesson in Industry Transformation

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wired.com: Of course, Linux has been the foundation of much of this disruption — and the operating system is becoming more popular across global growth markets. Worldwide enterprise adoption of Linux continues to rise, according to the Linux Foundation’s 2013 Enterprise End User Report.

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