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LInux Mint 15 - An alternative review

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everydaylinuxuser.com: Linux Mint is a very popular distribution and the developers have set out on a different path to Ubuntu in that the emphasis is definitely about evolving the desktop environment as opposed to redefining it completely.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux: A Rock Solid Desktop Distribution For Companies

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makeuseof.com: Not too long ago, I covered CentOS, a free operating system that is rebuilt from packages of Red Hat Enterprise Linux, or “RHEL”. This results in a clone of Red Hat Enterprise Linux that costs you absolutely nothing as you don’t have to pay Red Hat’s prices for their support services for the product.

World’s cheapest computer gets millions tinkering

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Hardware

livemint.com: It’s a single circuit board the size of a credit card with no screen or keyboard, a far cry from the smooth tablets that dominate the technology market. But the world’s cheapest computer, costing just $25, has astonished its British creators by selling almost 1.5 million units in 18 months.

Linux shorts

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  • Linux Lite
  • This week in rawhide for 2013-07-24
  • FSF launches fundraising program for Replicant
  • In Pictures: Linux for mobile. A visual history
  • TLLTS Episode 515 Released July 24, 2013

Bloomberg TV: Most of Modern Society Running Linux

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linuxfoundation.org: Last week I had the pleasure to appear on Bloomberg West in an interview with Cory Johnson. It’s refreshing to see mainstream broadcast media embrace and understand the Linux story so well. Cory knew what he was talking about.

antiX 13.1 "Luddite" Review: Superb

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mylinuxexplore.blogspot: Somehow I was never very comfortable with so called "lightweight" distros primarily because of the very limited functionalities they offer. I was looking for a system with more conventional DE and antiX's name popped into my mind while browsing through Distrowatch top 100 list.

How Linux is taking over the network

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techrepublic.com: Is world domination by Linux a fanciful dream, or could it be a reality in ways we don't expect? Scott Reeves sees the signs.

Female dev's outburst against Torvalds was planned

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itwire.com: Intel developer Sarah Sharp's challenge to Linux creator Linus Torvalds on the kernel mailing list, asking him to stop abusing and cursing at developers, appears to have been carefully planned.

Delicious Raspberry Pi

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Hardware

things-linux.blogspot: It was quite easy to assemble and get up and running. What actually took the longest was putting together the slick little case sold by Built To Spec.

Open Source and the Gaming Industry

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Gaming

gamedev.net: Many companies are taking advantage of open source software, much in part to the increasing popularity of Linux. Open source has become a big buzzword, with many people not really understanding what it really is.

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