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Tux Machines (TM)-specific
Network World: Both are distributions of Linux. Both are large, long-standing and highly successful projects with a large community of both volunteers and paid workers. Yet the difference between the two is fairly extreme, and highly important.
Linux Insider: This version is intended for advanced users who know how to fine-tune their system.
Dice.com this week released new data showing that more than half of new tech jobs created in 2013 year-to-date have been filled by women.
Sicoob is a giant credit union in Brazil, and Linux saved their business.
Xmodulo: If you have a program you use regularly on Linux desktop, you may want to create a 'desktop shortcut', so you can launch the program by simply clicking on the shortcut.
Hi everyone! I'm fairly new to Linux, so bear with me here. I'm trying to set up Pi's to play a slideshow around my school campus on the TVs that are around. I have everything figured out except for the gray screen that appears after about nine minutes. It acts like a sleep screen, but I'm not 100% sure if that's what it is. I've tried going into lightdm and telling it to not sleep, but that doesn't seem to fix the issue. Anyone have some ideas for me?submitted by TheOnlyMangoMan
Softpedia: While we don't believe that Canonical has acted with malice or intent to censor, its silly invocation of trademark law is disturbing.