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Rate your inner Linux geek as easy as ABC ...

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Linux

itwire.com: Here is a way to prove your Linux runs on the board. If you’re an old-timer, here is your chance to shine. Here is ... a rhyme.

Boycott Apple. Boycott Everyone.

linuxtoday.com: When Apple dispatched California's Rapid Enforcement Allied Computer Team to conduct a literal door-busting raid on Gizmodo editor Jason Chen's house to confiscate his computers and many other items, the general response should have been outrage. But what really happened?

AMD Athlon II X3 425 On Linux

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Hardware

phoronix.com: One of AMD's low-priced offerings is the Athlon II X3 425, which is a triple-core AM3 processor that can easily overclock past 3GHz and is priced to sell at around $70 USD.

Mandriva Linux 2010 Spring Beta2 is available for tests

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MDV

blog.mandriva.com: We are now very near from final release. Here comes the second beta release for 2010 Spring version of Mandriva Linux.

KDE system tray progress

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KDE

aseigo.blogspot: We've been slowly working away at getting the system tray in order. The goal is deceptively simple: allow us to host the entries there in a way that meshes with the rest of the user interface.

25 Reasons Why Perl Keeps Rising in the Enterprise

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Software

eweek.com: Perl is a high-level, general-purpose, interpreted, dynamic programming language. Perl was originally developed in 1987 as a general-purpose Unix scripting language to make report processing easier.

Introducing the Fedora Kiosk Spin

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Linux

danwalsh.livejournal: Imagine a machine sitting at a library, that had no operating system on it, except a livedvd. The livedvd has a disabled root account, and the only user account is xguest. The xguest account can only talk to web ports and when you logout all files and processes get destroyed.

The Hobbyists OS

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Linux

thistleweb.co.uk: Microsoft's army of apologists like to spread the word that Linux is a "hobbyists OS", so this post is a look at what that means and why it's a label more suited to Windows.

The Bugs In Ubuntu 10.04

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Ubuntu

lcorg.blogspot: Now that Ubuntu 10.04 ("Lucid Lynx") has been released, I can spend some time talking about my experience testing it.

Stupid Television Executives

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Software

linuxjournal.com: The guys who run Hulu, on the other hand, are smart. You'll see why in a bit.

GNOBSD - A beginning

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BSD

dedoimedo.com: GNOBSD is an OpenBSD-based operating system with a rather unique feature little seen in the UNIX world - a bootable live DVD with automatic hardware detection, very much akin to Linux distributions.

Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx

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Ubuntu
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  • The Best Improvements in Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx
  • Asus Eee 901 and Eee 1000H Wi-Fi problem
  • fix ubuntu blank Screen at startup
  • Visually Seeing Your Boot Speed With Bootchart
  • How to remove Mono from Ubuntu 10.04
  • Swap out default applications with one of these alternatives

Grml 2010.04 Live Linux adds VNC mode and detects host RAID devices

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Linux

h-online.com: Version 2010.04 of Grml Live Linux distribution, codename "Grmlmonster", has been released.

NimbleX 2010 Beta Makes the Switch to KDE4

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Linux

news.softpedia.com: After a couple of years of silence, a new version of NimbleX, a light-weight, Slackware-based Linux distribution is now available.

The FLOSS four, then and now

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OSS
  • The FLOSS four, then and now.
  • Measuring your Company’s Open Source Maturity: A Quiz
  • Picking the right open source projects
  • How to Find Open Source Software
  • Managing Open Source Risk and Keeping It Legal

Dell’s slate roadmap revealed: Android, MeeGo, smartbooks and more...

apcmag.com: A leaked slide from Dell’s mobile roadmap deck shows 5 inch and 7 inch slates running Android and MeeGo, a 3G slate bundled by Vodafone plus two ARM-powered 11 inch ‘smartbooks’.

Hello Kate, goodbye vi

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Software

ghacks.net: In my last article I introduced you to Gedit (see “Gedit: No more text-based editor for you!“) and, as promised, this time around we will examine the KDE equivalent…Kate.

Tinycore Linux and "On Demand" Computing

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Linux

blog.ibeentoubuntu.com: Tniycore is ... tiny: it's 10MB, which puts it right at the bottom of the "small Linux" distros. It's also very core. There are no apps. It boots to a minimal desktop (WM, built for Tinycore) with a small dock (Wbar), and nothing else.

The Loser In Our Windows vs. Linux Tests: Intel Graphics

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Hardware

phoronix.com: We are still working on the first part of our Windows 7 vs. Ubuntu 10.04 LTS benchmarks that are set to be published early next week, but so far there is one easy conclusion to draw from the completed tests:

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