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10 Cool Unix/Linux Personalized License Plates

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junauza.com: Some people have taken their love for Unix and Linux on the streets literally by displaying their Unix/Linux-related personalized license plates.

Arch Linux 2009.02

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blog.jjtcomputing.co.uk: Arch Linux is a distro developed without assitance from any of the major distributions, and is targeted at experienced users of Linux.

Has Linux lost its root vision?

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toolbox.com/blogs: When I first started using Linux it was fast. Even the most bloated of desktop environments, gnome and kde, were blindingly fast when compared to other operating systems on the same hardware. This was because the unsung volunteer hero's of the open source world took pride in producing the best code they possibly could.

Run your Linux LiveCD in Windows with one click

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Like any new Linux user I had problems burning/installing Linux from Windows. I had to learn how to fix problems the hard way but that didn't stop me from trying again. Here I'd like to share a tool I use to run any Linux liveCD (ISO) inside Windows without any experience at all!

The Gap moves from Windows to Red Hat Linux

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cnet.com: Red Hat recently posted an interesting case study on how retail giant The Gap moved from a Unix and Windows based e-commerce infrastructure to one based on Red Hat Linux.

Debian is NOT switching to time-based releases

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mdzlog.alcor.net: At DebConf 9 this week, the Debian release team proposed a new approach to Debian’s release cycle, which was then announced on the Debian web site. Both the Debconf presentation and the announcement were quite clear, but a number of news articles and blog posts on the subject seem to have misinterpreted them.

antiX-M8.2

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desktoplinuxreviews.com: Up this time is antiX, a light-weight version of Linux based on SimplyMEPIS. antiX is geared toward older systems but it’s also quite usable on more modern hardware.

Make the most of large drives with GPT and Linux

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Preparing for future Linux disk storage with the GUID Partition Table

Debian to adopt time-based releases

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itwire.com: The Debian GNU/Linux Project has decided to adopt time-based development freezes from now on, on a two-year cycle.

Ten plus years of Linux desktops.

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toolbox.com: Linux has been around and useable on the desktop for over ten years. So I decided to go through the internet way back machine, namely google, and look for some screenshots of Linux desktops over the last ten years.

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