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jehurst.wordpress: As a computer service volunteer and Linux advocate, how can I get the average computer user to adopt Linux?
dedoimedo.com: SimplyMEPIS is a Debian-based distribution, aiming at being simple and usable out of the box. Currently, version 7.0 is available to the users, with advanced betas of version 8.0 getting ever more ready toward the release. I decided to give it a whirl.
xenstreet.com: A few months back I wrote a review about gOS on one of my blogs which received some raving reviews. I did not just review it, but decided to start using it as my default Linux desktop. So here is what I think after a month of using it as a default desktop.
techiemoe.com: Based on Ubuntu Intrepid (8.10), MoLinux is put out by the autonomous community of Castile-La Mancha in Spain. The name is derived from the Spanish word "molino."
itwire.com: Bring up the topic of Ubuntu and you'll receive a mixed response from unexpected corners. No, it's not the Windows brigade, but the Debian crowd. So just how does Ubuntu differ from Debian to inflame such passion?
blogs.zdnet.com: While lawyers debate the merits of the FSF’s suit against Cisco, open source developers may be asking themselves how they can make their views heard. Here’s an idea. Boycott Cisco’s contest.
grigio.org: Linux grows up less than Mac OS, Why? The most important reasons are: Mac still offers a better user experience (as Mark Shuttleworth admits) and not enought commercial software are avalaible for Linux. So, what is this "user experience" that Mac has and Linux lacks?
computerworlduk.com: If ultraportables were last year's big surprise success for GNU/Linux, one of the potentially exciting technologies for this year is the instant-on pre-operating system that loads in seconds when you power up a desktop or portable. Does Phoenix hope to get away without respecting the GNU GPL?
workswithu.com: Pssst: Hey Greg Davis. You’ve just been named Dell’s global channel chief — in charge of the PC giant’s worldwide partner strategy. What are you going to do next? Here’s one suggestion:
- When is a netbook no longer a netbook?
- Linux and Netbooks
- ARMing GNU/Linux Netbooks for Success in 2009
- New Freescale processors target Linux netbooks
- Notes from the netbook revolution
pcmech.com: Did you get your fill of games from part 1? We didn’t think so! So here’s part two.
introducingkde4.blogspot: Kaffeine was the most used Video Player on KDE 3, however, for KDE 4.x it's in a pretty early stage, but fear not, the SMPlayer (which is technically a Qt application, not a KDE one) and Dragon Player came to fill this hole.
ericsbinaryworld.com/blog: As 2008 has proven - draconian digital restrictions management (DRM) does not stop people from illicitly using computer games. Spore, whose DRM was so bad they got ratings bombed on Amazon.com, was the most pirated game of 2008. The DRM caused hassles for legitimate users and did nothing to stop illicit use. This is always the case.
linuxloop.com: Linux’s key advantages, such as customizability, the repository system, hardware support, and excellent interfaces, are frequently viewed as downsides or deal-breakers to new users.
adymo.blogspot: I've been running KDE4 desktop since May and I've constantly suffered from poor desktop performance and various graphics card related problems. Now I've solved those problems:
- 5 Best Linux Distros to Convert Windows Users
- Installing Games in Steam
- KDE 4.2 [Beta 2] on openSUSE 11.1
- LGP Launches PenguinPlay
- Upgrading to Fedora 10
- Using Wget's User Agent Option Safely
- The Software Freedom Law Show Episode 0x04
- Podcast, Novell’s John Dragoon
- What OS for Your Netbook?
- Virtualization Congress 2009: vote now for the Ulteo presentation
- /bin/bash: bad interpreter: Text file busy Error and Solution
- How the next openSUSE theme is chosen
- How To Resize And Create Partitions With Gnome Partition Editor (GParted)
- Blog from your Ubuntu Desktop
- Open source trends
- The difference a year makes
- Linux Distro Review - BIG LINUX 4.2
- Vietnam to Widely Use Open Source Software
- How MIDs Are Complicating Mobile Linux Development
- Super Hi-Fi Digital Audio in Linux
Issue #53 of openSUSE Weekly News is now out. In this week’s issue: Masim Sugianto: First Hackfest for Indonesian openSUSE Community, How to Make openSUSE 11.1 LiveUSB, and Joe Brockmeier: openSUSE - One of the 10 coolest of 2008.
ryanorser.com: Well, I am back from holidays and I wanted to get a game review in. The game I have decided to review is called Circus Linux.
bushweed.blogspot: After two weeks of using Fedora on a daily basis, i thought it important to give an overview. With any OS there are pros and cons. Fedora 10 is definitely no exception.