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Distributions: No winter break in Linux land

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h-online.com: With Fedora 12 and Ubuntu 9.10 now out the door, developers are already turning their attention to the spring releases. KDE3 has definitively gone the way of the dodo as far as openSUSE and Mandriva are concerned. Google is taking its first steps in the operating system market with Chrome OS.

Is Desktop Linux Handicap Accessible?

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earthweb.com: Simple access to desktop computing: It's something that myself, among countless others, take for granted every single day. With proprietary operating systems, there are programs readily available for those who need accessibility assistance with their computers. But what is it like for someone who needs accessibility options on the Linux desktop?

Linux Mint: Making Linux easy

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mybroadband.co.za: Most users that have used Linux as their desktop operating system for any length of time will tell you that Ubuntu is one of the most user-friendly Linux versions available. The people over at Linux Mint disagree.

With Linux 2.6.32, Btrfs Gains As EXT4 Recedes

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phoronix.com: To see how this changes the Linux file-system landscape, atop the latest Linux kernel we have a fresh set of benchmarks for EXT3, EXT4, XFS, ReiserFS, and Btrfs.

ArchLinux + modular KDE 4 + Tools = Chakra

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  • ArchLinux + modular KDE 4 + Tools = Chakra (Alpha 4)
  • Arch Linux 2009.8 Installation Visualization – VirtualBox

Fedora 12

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thelinuxblog.net: Fedora is a bleeding edge distro designed to include the latest and greatest ‘libre’ software. The distro aims to ‘lead rather than to follow’. The advantage is that generally Fedora has features that other distros do not.

Best Linux Distributions for Netbooks

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edubook.com: A Linux distribution is a Linux operating system distributed by a specific vendor, such as Ubuntu. The best Linux distribution for your netbook varies according to your personal preferences and which netbook PC you own or plan to purchase.

Linux and windows stereotypes

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toolbox.com/blogs: In our lives we tend to apply stereotypes. Everyone has a stereotype for their work, ethnic persuasion or geographical location. Particularly in the computing industry there exists, often spiteful, stereotypes between windows and Linux advocates.

REVIEW – xPUD 0.9.2

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openbytes.wordpress: Looking at xPUD, which is currently in an early release of 0.9.2, the first thing to strike you is the size of the download (and subsequent space it requires for a HD install) which is 60 meg approx and 50 meg approx respectively.

Get the best KDE Linux distro

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tuxradar.com: Not all distros are made equal, particularly if you're a KDE user. KDE has had something of a rough time over the last couple of years. The transition from version 3.5 to 4.x hasn't been easy, bt we feel KDE 4 has now matured to a point where most KDE users can safely dump their old desktop and move on to the new one. The question is, which Linux distro provides the best experience?

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