zdnet.com: Know someone who really likes Linux? These gifts might hit the spot for this holiday season.
raphaelhertzog.com: It’s been one year since the first People behind Debian interview. For this special occasion, I wanted a special guest… and I’m happy that our Debian Project Leader (DPL)—Stefano Zacchiroli—accepted my invitation.
linuxgrrl.com: Red Hat is looking for a talented, Linux & free software-friendly interaction designer to work with me on making Fedora and Red Hat Enterprise Linux easier to use.
maketecheasier.com: Linux Mint has always been known as the great alternative to Ubuntu. In fact, after Ubuntu implemented the Unity desktop, many people switched ship and flocked to Linux Mint.
h-online.com: The patches for real-time support are now based on a much more recent kernel version. AMD and Intel have released new graphics drivers.
gnuski.blogspot: I recently purchased an External Drive Dock for work; this allows me to plug 2 SATA drives into my USB3 card, power on the dock, and mount (up to) two internal hard drives as if they were normal USB drives.
dedoimedo.com: I want to emphasize that this review is about Fedora WITH the Gnome 3 desktop and not just a separate review of the Fedora operating system as a bare-bones beta-quality technology demonstrator of the RedHat family.
zdnet.com: The Linux Mint distribution is giving users three different flavors of GNOME to choose from for their desktop use.
linuxbsdos.com: New users tend to flock to distributions with easy to use installation programs, that is, to distributions with graphical installers. Some people will probably disagree with that statement, but most users feel more at home with a point-and-click interface, than with a terminal.
ubuntuvibes.com: Many people think Ubuntu codenames are funny, weird, strange and what not. Do you know that all Kernel releases have their names too.