thelinuxexperiment.com: One of my main fears about switching to a different operating system was that it would disrupt my studies. Fortunately, this fear was unfounded – in fact, I can confidently say that Linux actually made my school experience much easier and smoother.
linux-wizard.net: Where is Unix spirit ? Since some years, i had the feeling that the Unix spirit was more and more forgotten.
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linux.bihlman.com: Here are some things I’ve learned in the last 5 years of using Linux (Ubuntu and Kubuntu versions):
linuxcritic.com: After a 3.5 year hiatus, VLOS (Vida Linux) has a new release available of their upcoming 2.0 release. The 2.0 release is currently slotted for a final release in February of 2010.
pcauthority.com.au: Stuart Turton spends the sixth day of his one week odyssey with Linux, and it takes little time for Stuart to fall out of favour with Ubuntu. His computer crashes and Stuart questions why he even bothered with Linux to begin with.
linuxuser.co.uk: Klaus Knopper teaches at the Kaiserslautern University of Applied Sciences where he lectures in software engineering and software technology and occasionally gives seminars and talks about open source in various parts of the IT industry. As well as all of this he started the Knoppix GNU/Linux distribution. Linux User & Developer was able to catch up with Klaus in the middle of his busy schedule and ask him some questions about himself….
raiden.net: Linux is a great operating system. It's open source, stable, fast, etc. But it isn't really very much adopted. Besides FUD and advertising against Linux by companies that don't want Linux to succeed, there's a valid reason not to adopt Linux: application availability.
linux.bihlman.com: As more and more computers find their way to the garbage, we generate e-waste. Everyday the e-waste heap grows, and many of the computers within can be re-purposed and recycled.
ubuntulinuxhelp.com: One of the things I do in my work is custom build desktop computers. While talking to clients, they've all danced around the issue of having Windows 7 installed on their systems, suffice it to say, every Windows user (I built systems for) opted to have WinXP installed? What About Linux?