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Weekend project: Check out ROSA Linux 2012

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With all the excellent Linux distributions available today, it can be easy to focus exclusively on the few that dominate the headlines, such as Ubuntu Linux, Linux Mint, Fedora, and Mageia Linux, to name just a few.

Scanning DistroWatch is a nice way to regain some perspective, replete as it is with details and announcements about virtually countless others out there, but every once in a while one jumps out from the news as being particularly compelling.

Case in point? ROSA Linux, a distro that just recently got a big update and offers several features that are particularly attractive for business users.

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