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Switching to Linux: A Windows developer’s view

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anteru.net: A few weeks ago, I switched my development environment from Windows to Linux, on a project which was developed so far on Windows only. In this post, I want to describe the issues that brought me to this switch.

Reduce Linux power consumption

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Meet all the power-efficiency tuning components for Linux

LFS, Gentoo or XYZ distribution. Which one for you?

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toolbox.com/blogs: The term Linux is confusing to many people. They will hear of it, understand that it is an operating system and then, when they look for more information, they are bombarded with so many choices they don't know what to do.

None leading Linux kernel development

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blogs.the451group: After reading the latest update on Linux kernel development, highlighted by 451 Group colleague Dan Kusnetzky, I have a few observations to share.

Archos 5: The Linux Internet tablet for everyone

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blogs.computerworld: I didn't expect much from the Archos 5 Internet tablet -- and I was surprised. This Android Linux powered device is more than just another would-be iPod Touch competitor; it's a powerful touch computer in its own right.

Exploring Drupal V6 open source Website solution

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Exploring the benifits of building secure websites with Drupal V6.

Of Making Many Distros (or Remixes) There Is No End

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igneousquill.net: A Linux distro is essentially a collection of software applications built into a complete operating system on top of the Linux kernel. Some distros, like Ubuntu, openSUSE, Fedora, and Mandriva have companies that back them, while others, like Debian, do not.

How To Install A Dual-Panel Nautilus For Gnome

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Not so long ago we discovered a simplified version of Nautilus which seems to miss Ubuntu Karmic after all so the only way to get it is through it's PPA. But still, one of the most requested features in Nautilus must be the dual-panel view, which gives you the ability to work in two directories at one. Sure, you can use tabs, but a dual panel Nautilus would be really useful.

ARM Joins The Linux Foundation

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linux-foundation.org: The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization dedicated to accelerating the growth of Linux, today announced that ARM has become a member.

My new laptop is here! My preciousss!

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dedoimedo.com: I've bought myself a new laptop. I'm so very pleased with it that I decided to write an article and show off my latest toy. It's also a great lesson in Linux, since the machine runs four operating systems, with the fifth on the way. So if you're in a mood for some ego-centric eye candy, do take a look.

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