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Linux Ain't Broke But Here's Five Ways to Fix It

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daniweb.com: Linux distributions could use a boost in a few different areas, specifically these five: Virtualization, Graphics, Games, Point-of-Sale and Education.

Virtualizing Free Linux Distributions in Windows Server 2008 R2

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zdnet.com/perlow: It’s been a while since we’ve had a hardcore Geek Sheet installment, and I promise that this one will be a real winner.

First Psystar, now Quo, but what about Linux?

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nuxified.org: Despite the lawsuit that Apple has brought against Psystar, a company which sells Mac "clones", bringing it down to bankruptcy there is a company which is pretty much doing exactly the same thing: Quo Computer. So what has Linux got to do with all of this?

Summer ‘09 Distro Round-up:

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jaysonrowe.com: I picked a Lenovo Y530 which also turned out to be quite an awesomely compatible Linux machine when tested w/ a Live USB, so I decided to make it my “Linux Box”. But what distro to run? Here are a few brief “non-review” reviews of distros on my hardware.

Zenwalk 6 – Gnome

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openbytes.wordpress: Zenwalk has always had the reputation as being a distro for the more seasoned Linux user, with the release of Zenwalk 6 Gnome, has this changed? Has this Slackware based distro taken the route of Ubuntu? Short answer – not really, but then why should it?

Linux Getting Closer to Being Ready for the Desktop

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suffolk757.com: Linux as a Desktop has been a work in progress for years now. After being flamed for complaining about it’s weaknesses, I decided to give it another chance to be fair.

Another Linux distro for your netbook, but based on Arch Linux

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gadgetmix.com: In the last few months, numerous Linux distros (Ubuntu NBR, EEEbuntu 3.0) have been released for the netbooks. Here is another one, but unlike the two distros mentioned above, it is based on highly sophisticated Arch Linux.

Distro Review: Crunchbang 9.04.01

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danlynch.org: My first stop on this journey is Crunchbang 9.04.01; a distribution I’ve used only briefly in the past, but one that many of my friends use and like. It’s a British Ubuntu-based development and largely the work of one man, Phillip Newborough AKA Corenominal.

Ohio LinuxFest 2009 Sept 25-26

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michaeldolan.com: It’s only a little more than a month from now, the seventh Ohio LinuxFest. This year we will be celebrating 40 years of Unix!

Kernel Log - Coming in 2.6.31 - Part 2: Graphics, audio and video

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h-online.com: Linux 2.6.31 will offer Kernel-Based Mode-Setting for Radeon graphics cards up to model X1950. The developers have included new drivers for X-Fi sound cards and for Intel's "Next-Generation Graphics Device". Many further improvements affect the drivers for webcams and TV hardware.

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