pthree.org: I was just recently blown away by what I can accomplish with the Debian installer. I used to think that the openSUSE installer was the most flexible Linux installer, but I think I’m going to at least put the Debian installer in a 2-way tie for first with openSUSE.
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linuxers.org: Constantine, Fedora 12 is going to be out soon. Most of the you will be in a dilemma, whether to do an upgrade or a fresh-install?
fedoraproject.org: Fedora is a leading edge, free and open source operating system that continues to deliver innovative features to many users, with a new release about every six months. We bring to you the latest and greatest release of Fedora ever, Fedora 12!
tuxradar.com: Everyone knows the answer to the question of life, the universe and everything is "42", but for the first time we can reveal the question. It is this: how many command-line tricks must a man memorise?
PHP is an attractive technology, that facilitates a pick-and-mix model of Web-site development. As the popular PHP language continues to evolve, many new features enhance its object-oriented aspects. In this article, PHP V5.3 examples illustrate late static binding, namespace support, class method overloading, and variable parsing and heredoc support.
daniweb.com: At my last, best count, there were over 550 individual Linux distributions. From the most generic, flat installs of the most common distros to ultra-specialized, multimedia-oriented to the eye-popping, fancy ones--they're all there for the taking. I found ten distributions from among the 500 or so that I know about to spotlight these for some special feature or set of features that will dazzle you.
toolbox.com/blogs/locutus: In my previous article where I compared the respective differences between windows and Linux installation I was informed that I could have avoided all of these troubles with windows by using a clone or ghost image.
blogs.techrepublic.com: I was enjoying football Sunday with a few fellow IT friends over the weekend. During the course of the day I pieced a few bits of conversation together and was able to finally draw a conclusion to that age old question “Why don’t more consultants roll out Linux?”
makeuseof.com: The truth about Linux today is that one may never have to actually touch a terminal or issue a single Linux command in order to run some versions of this flexible alternative operating system. But once a user becomes accustomed to using the command line interface, it soon becomes the preferred method in many tasks.