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Linux Mint 9 KDE (Isadora)

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desktoplinuxreviews.com: This release includes KDE Plasma Desktop 4.4 and Linux Kernel 2.3.2. The Linux Mint developers did a great job with this release. KDE users should be very happy indeed with Linux Mint 9 KDE.

Linux Outlaws 161

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OSS
  • Linux Outlaws 161 - The Operating System is Called Windows
  • The Linux Link Tech Show Episode: 365 08-04-10
  • TuxRadar Podcast Season 2 Episode 14
  • Going Linux Aug 05: #110
  • Linux Basement Episode 59 - Minty Freshness
  • KDE and the Masters of the Universe – 2010-08-04

where did all the Linux netbooks go?

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Hardware

happyassassin.net: Mr. Telic holds out the netbook market as the counter to my theory that Linux is doing pretty crappily in the traditional operating system ‘market’. On the face of it, hey, that’s a pretty strong argument.

Agencies count open source among desktop PC alternatives

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OSS

fcw.com: It didn’t take long after the desktop PC earned a regular seat at the enterprise technology table in the early 1990s for agency managers to realize that PCs can be a real drag. What’s the plan?

Switching from Windows to Linux PC's; a response to the BP oil spill?

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Microsoft

ibtimes.com: Linux is being pushed as an alternative to Windows XP in the Government's hard push towards spending cuts in the public sector, ie. Government offices.

What Linux Hardware Upgrades Make Sense?

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Hardware

linuxplanet.com: While Linux runs great on most any hardware, it runs even better on a machine with ample memory and a recent CPU. Upgrade options abound for even the most hardware hacking averse. In this monthly roundup we'll take a look at options to get your Linux system running even better.

Running The Linux 2.6.35 Kernel

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  • Running The Linux 2.6.35 Kernel With A Core i7 Notebook
  • LinuxUsers Kernel column #90 – the state of the kernel

Sabayon 5.3 Xfce & Lxde - a few impressions

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all-things-linux.blogspot: In 5.3 Sabayon comes with a much cleaner more professional looking default background in dark blue. Not too heavy on the eyes the way I like it, however compared to previous releases it's also easy their most boring background so far.

Live Kernel Patches with Ksplice

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Avoid reboots of your system with live Kernel updates using Ksplice

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