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Linux Distributions - Why Choice Is A Good Thing

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zdnet.co.uk/blogs: One of the most common criticisms of Linux is that there are "too many versions", and that makes it confusing. Here are a few thoughts and examples related to that.

Red Hat to explore telecom, govt sectors for gaining market share

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tradingmarkets.com: The world's largest open source software maker, Red Hat Inc., expects to make further inroads into the Indian market through the government and telecom sectors.

Living with Linux

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toolbox.com/blogs: As you all know I am a Linux Lover. If you didn't know then you do now Smile I use Linux at home, at work and I will blather on about it given half of a quarter of a chance. So what! You may think.

Organic Linux at the Farmers Market

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larrythefreesoftwareguy.wordpress: Among the strawberries, nectarines, kettle corn and other fresh fruits and vegetables — and since when is kettle corn NOT a fresh vegetable? — the Felton Linux Users Group has set up a table offering Organic Software each Tuesday afternoon at the Felton Farmers Market; Linux, GNU/Linux and other Free/Open Source Software programs.

Firefox returns to Debian?

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dontsurfinthenude.blogspot: Debian comes with a rebranded version of Firefox called Iceweasle. The reasons for this are that the Firefox logo was copyright. Now Firefox has dropped the restrictions that were an obstacle to the use of its logo by Debian.

An OS is only as good as its package manager

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speely.wordpress: Why is Ubuntu so popular? It’s not the fastest flavor of Linux, the smallest, or the most secure. What distinguishes Ubuntu from other flavors is its packaging system.

Using Dual Displays on Linux

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zdnet.co.uk/blogs: I have been using dual monitors on a variety of Linux systems for quite some time now. The most common case has been using a laptop with an external display attached, but I have also done it on desktop systems with two displays. Overall it works very well.

Fedora Design Bounty: Fedora slide deck template

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mairin.wordpress: The Fedora Design Team Bi-weekly Bounty is a bi-weekly (well, at least monthly! Wink ) blog post where we’ll outline a quick-and-easy design project that needs doing for the Fedora Community.

The Job of the Linux Distribution

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ostatic.com/blog: If you are using a Linux operating system as you read this, lean back and take a look at the desktop. Chances are you've got a few things running:

Five and a Half Reasons I Prefer Linux

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techthrob.com: Linux is growing in popularity for many reasons, and as an operating system it is many things to many people. While we all have our own reasons for liking Linux and open source, here are my top five.

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