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Linux gets jiggy with more filesystems in 2.6.34 kernel release

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Linux On Sunday a new version of the Linux kernel rocked up, with two new filesystems loaded into the distro.

Yahoo, What are You Thinking?

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Linux OK, I'm not sure what's going on in the minds of the geniuses over at Yahoo but just today they removed the Linux/Open Source link under News/Tech is gone. Its replacement? Social Media. Thanks Yahoo.


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Linux Live, installable Linux distribution that communicates between clusters of computers so that they can work in parallel

A Look at Peppermint OS, screenshot slideshow

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Linux Peppermint is a Linux-based operating system that is cloud- and Web-application centric. Its developers say it is sleek, user friendly and "insanely fast."

Puppy Linux 5.0

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Linux Puppy Linux 5.0 is built from Ubuntu Linux 10.04 (Lucid Lynx) binaries, so it’s…er…pet name is Lucid Puppy. Like a lot of other things about Puppy Linux, the name is cute and adorable. I felt like giving Puppy Linux a dog bone and a pat on the head when I started using it.

The Secret Identities of Linux Distributions

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Linux Identity, like beauty, is in the eye of the beholder, and can vary from different perspectives. I, for instance, look at my mother and see... my mother. But I know that there's thousands of people out in the world who see her as their teacher, or their child's teacher.

DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 354

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This week in DistroWatch Weekly:

  • Interviews: OpenBSD's Stefan Sperling
  • News: Mandriva CEO on company situation, BLAG gets revived with new alpha, Pioneer Linux closes shop, APT and RPM package management
  • Questions and answers: Linux adoption
  • Released last week: PCLinuxOS 2010 "Openbox", Puppy Linux 5.0, CentOS 5.5
  • Upcoming releases: Linux Mint 9, OpenBSD 4.7, Mandriva Linux 2010.1 RC
  • New additions: Peppermint OS
  • New distributions: OwnOS CreativeSuite, Xin
  • Reader comments

Read more in this week's issue of DistroWatch Weekly....

Distro Hoppin`: Puppy Linux 5.0

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Linux Puppy Linux is, by far, my favorite super-lightweight Linux distribution out there. Though lacking some features that exist in the distro giants, the sheer speed and responsiveness of it are amazing. Not to mention the hundreds of tiny little applications that do a great job of handling all sorts of tasks.

A Random Btrfs Experience

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rich0gentoo.wordpress: After all the buzz about btrfs and Ubuntu I figured I’d try experimenting with it a little. So, how did it go?

Linux 2.6.34 Kernel Released

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  • Linux 2.6.34 Kernel Released! Time For 2.6.35
  • What's new in Linux 2.6.34
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