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Linux: does it work for workers who work in the workplace?

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thelinuxexperiment.com: In the ramp-up to the 2013 Linux Experiment, I got ambitious and decided to try not only FreeBSD as my official entry, but to install one or more versions of Linux at the office (so take that, anyone who says “Well FreeBSD isn’t Linux!” I’m aware.)

Pentesting, digital forensics, and hacking distributions

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linuxbsdos.com: If you are interested in penetration testing (pentesting), digital forensics, and in playing with software applications that hackers use on a daily basis, there are several Linux distributions that make those applications readily available.

20 great years of Linux and supercomputers

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zdnet.com: Today, Linux rules supercomputing. It wasn't always that way. Here's how Linux moved from being Linus Torvald's hobby operating system to being the OS of choice for high-performance computing.

Free Linux Magazines

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everydaylinuxuser.com: Everybody wants something for free so I know you are all waiting for the catch. All the magazines are Kindle versions of the magazine.

Unfaithfully Yours: The Linux Version

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linuxinsider.com (blog safari): Distro hoppers are few and far between in the Linux blogosphere today if bloggers' tales are anything to go by, but in the past most have been around the proverbial block a few times. "I used to be," admitted consultant and Slashdot blogger Gerhard Mack.

Raspberry Pi’s Eben Upton: Open Source Lessons from Wayland

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linux.com: In less than two years the Raspberry Pi has sold more than 1 million units and become widely used and adored among DIY hackers and embedded professionals alike. It began in 2006 as a modest idea to provide a low-cost educational computer for students to tinker with. Now the $25 Linux-based single-board computer is the basis for all kinds of gadgets.

Rikomagic Linux ARM Mini PCs Launching Soon

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geeky-gadgets.com: Rikomagic UK is gearing up to launch a new line of mini PCs in the form of the Minix Linux ARM Mini PCs that will take the form of the MK802 III LE (Linux Edition) and MK802 IV LE

DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 518

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Welcome to this year's 30th issue of DistroWatch Weekly! Ubuntu Edge, a unique and innovative device that attempts to combine a mobile phone with a desktop computer into one sexy unit, was unveiled last week. The feature article of this week is a double review of MidnightBSD, a FreeBSD fork that promises better software management, and Razor-qt, a graphical desktop environment that resembles the much-loved KDE 3 of yesteryear.

Linux Journal Readers' Choice Awards 2013 Nomination

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linuxjournal.com: We are pleased to accept nominations for this year's Readers' Choice Awards! Please peruse the following list of categories and write in your favorites to nominate them. We will accept nominations until August 18, 2013.

Fedora 19 Schrödinger’s Cat Review – Back in the box

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linuxuser.co.uk: While this name was voted on for Fedora 19 by, of course, the masses of the internet, it’s sort of indicative of the kind of problems people have been having with the default state of the distro for the last few iterations. After a long delayed and divisive Fedora 18, how has the latest Fedora shaped up?

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