- First look: Debian 6.0 Squeeze
- Why Debian matters more than ever
- Falling In Love With Debian, Again
itlure.com: I will be taking a look at yet another Ubuntu-based distribution, called iGolaware 2.0. Quite a catchy name, right? No? Well, it might not sound like much, but hey, look where UBUNTU is today.
- The new Debian Linux: Irrelevant?
- Debian Squeeze Congratulations Card
- Debian Squeeze Widescreen Wallpaper (featuring Bugs)
businessinsider.com: There is a thread on programmers.stackexchange.com that asks the question "Why do programmers write applications and then make them free?"
unixmen.com: Finally, after 24 Months of constant developement Debian Aqueeze 6.0 has been released today, this release comes with many updates and new features, it includes the KDE Plasma Desktop and Applications, the debianGNOME, Xfce, and LXDE desktop environments as well as all kinds of server applications, numerous updated software packages, over 10,000 new packages like the browser Chromium, the monitoring solution Icinga and more.
mandrivachronicles.blogspot: I'd like to give an honest piece of advice to those who are concerned about their parents and their computer skills. Whatever you do, don't give Linux to your parents.
ostatic.com: After two years of development, Debian 6.0 is released. It comes with your choice of KDE, GNOME, Xfce, LXDE, and lots of your favorite applications. Debian runs on all sorts of computers including 32-bit PCs, 64-bit PCs, PowerPC, SPARC, MIPS, Intel Itanium, and ARM processors.
linuxplanet.com: The CloudEngines line of tiny Pogoplug plug computers are fully-hackable little Linux servers. Paul Ferrill shows us what the Pogoplug Pro can do, and how to use it.
linuxconfig.org: This article lists various practical Linux commands to be used only as a reference guide and by experienced Linux users. Not all Linux commands will be available on your system by default so consider install a relevant package before use.
lockergnome.com: On Wednesday, the calender on my phone alerted me that it had been 30 days since I wrote my 15 day review of Linux Mint. So for the past 48 hours or so, I have been trying to decide what I should write about.