zdnet.co.uk/blogs: Third in the sequence of Linux netbook desktops I am going to compare is Jolicloud. Doing this comparison might be a bit unfair right now, because the next release of Jolicloud, 1.1, is due out literally "any day now."
linux-magazine.com: I was surprised by the passion generated by my blog entry last week about Ubuntu's decision to replace GNOME with its own Unity desktop. Apparently, contrary to the pundits and usability experts, users have strong feelings about their interfaces of choice.
linuxfordevices.com: Phoronix has published the results of benchmarks performed on 26 Linux kernels dating back five years, from Linux 2.6.12 to a pre-release version of the upcoming Linux 2.6.37. Despite the addition of numerous features over the years, the results show remarkable consistency.
jeffhoogland.blogspot: Fusion Linux aims to do for Fedora what distros such as Linux Mint, PinguyOS, and Zorin did for Ubuntu. It aims to alleviate much of the messy setup work that is required to get a fully functional desktop.
linuxplanet.com: Linux server admins need good scripting skills and command-line chops, but who says they can't be fun? Learn Bash Karaoke with 99 Bottles of Beer on the Wall, quickly find disk hogs, and display used/free disk space.
- Casting My Vote for Fedora 14
- Fedora 14 - A Take On Its New Features
- Fedora 14 - A very smooth release!
linuxcanuck.wordpress: Telling me that it is a bad idea does no good. Like that bad song you hear on your clock radio first thing in the morning and it stays in your head all day, it is an idea that won’t go away.
pclinuxos2007.blogspot: RHEL still remains the fodder for all those academicians and enterprises. For example, if you want pursue a course in Linux you are advised to do RHEL cos that's what enterprises care. I'd choose Debian over RHEL. Why?
linuxjournal.com: Pardus Linux, a popular independent distribution funded and developed by the Scientific & Technological Research Council of Turkey, will be releasing version 2011 in the coming weeks and with it lots of nice updates and improvements.
linuxcritic.com: Ever heard of SalixOS? Well, it’s only the best (hands-down?) Slackware based Operating System!