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moonOS 3 Linux (Makara)

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desktoplinuxreviews.com: There have been a lot of different remastered versions of Ubuntu created over the years. Occasionally though I find one that stands out from the pack and that offers an entirely unique experience. moonOS 3 is a remaster created in Cambodia by a Cambodian artist called Chanrithy Thim.

Linux is still dealing with a fragmented ecosystem

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sdtimes.com: Sure, it's called Linux, but the actual software run on one version may not work on another. The best and worst thing about Linux, said the director of the Linux Foundation, is that anyone can call any kernel-derived product “Linux.” But efforts at the Linux Foundation continue the push to remove ambiguity from the Linux ecosystem.

MoonOS 3.0

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blog.jjtcomputing.co.uk: MoonOS is an Ubuntu based distribution that uses the Enlightenment (or LXDE) desktop environment, rather than GNOME’s standard. It also has some custom artwork. It caught my eye this week due to a new release, and the fact that I wanted to try out the Enlightenment desktop.

FSF updates list of free GNU/Linux distributions

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fsf.org: The Free Software Foundation (FSF) today announced updates related to its list of fully free GNU/Linux distributions, including the addition of one new distribution called Kongoni, and a milestone release of the Trisquel system.

Linux webserver botnet pushes malware

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theregister.co.uk: A security researcher has discovered a cluster of infected Linux servers that have been corralled into a special ops botnet of sorts and used to distribute malware to unwitting people browsing the web.

Netbook OSes: Which will rule the enterprise?

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computerworld.com: Netbooks are selling at a nice clip -- IDC predicts more than 20 million units sold by year's end. Next up: the enterprise. Windows may have the early lead, but don't rule out Linux just yet.

Choosing the Right Linux Netbook + Why You Should Avoid Windows 7

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junauza.com: Instead of bashing Microsoft for deliberately spreading several great lies about Linux, I'm going to write something useful that I hope will benefit those who are planning to buy a netbook.

Hey, check out my package!

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toolbox.com/blogs: There are many, many Linux distributions floating around the internet tubes waiting to be downloaded for your computing pleasure. One thing they all have in common is some form of package management system.

moonOS 3.0 Review, Screenshots, Video

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beginlinux.wordpress: moonOS is another fantastic looking distro that has always put a lot of stock in appearance. Based on Ubuntu 9.04 Januty Jackalope and codenamed “Makara”, the moonOS 3.0 release is no exception with plenty of improvements.

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