h-online.com: The new kernel version is notable because it hasn't grown in size – yet it contains hundreds of advancements which will be obvious to end users, who don't often notice changes in their Linux distribution's kernel.
pogson.6k.ca: Dell reminds me of some people, always trying on new clothes to seek a new identity. The website which only a few weeks ago had little to say about GNU/Linux or Ubuntu is now full of hits:
phoronix.com: Intel's Poulsbo Linux support is a bloody mess. It has been for nearly two years now and the situation has really not improved at all.
webupd8.org: Manhattan OS was a great Ubuntu remaster you might remember reading about on WebUpd8. I say "was" because it doesn't exist anymore - you can't download it and there won't be any new versions, not under the "Manhattan OS" name.
eyeonlinux.com: Every once in a while we hear that desktop Linux is dead and buried. A columnist at PC World recently pushed this hoary old chestnut in a column entitled “Desktop Linux: The Dream is Dead.” Ugh.
linuxuser.co.uk: Parted Magic is one of the best standalone partition management Linux solutions out there. Sukrit explains why…
makeuseof.com: Bringing together the best the open source world has to offer to students, Linux distribution UberStudent is a great starting point for the college-attending geek wanting to give Linux a try.
linuxmigrante.blogspot: As I was checking about 10 Linux Distros that are now gone, I noticed a pattern: Most of them had price tags attached.
redhat.com: The release of Fedora 14 is just around the corner, and one of the areas of active development for this release is mobile devices, such as netbooks.
computerworlduk.com: The London Stock Exchange has said its new Linux-based system is delivering world record networking speed, with 126 microsecond trading times.