desktoplinuxreviews.com: Linux Mint 14 was recently released. Linux Mint is based on Ubuntu, and offers the Cinnamon or MATE desktop environments. This review covers the Cinnamon version, I will try to get a separate review up for the MATE version soon.
linuxuser.co.uk: The lightweight Arch-based distro uses Openbox to help make it blazing fast without losing too much functionality
pcworld.com: With all the wide variety of free and open source software out there, it can sometimes feel like an insurmountable challenge to download and try each and every one that interests you. That's where a one-stop sampler can be especially useful.
datamation.com: Most major Linux distributions use Live Disks for installation because they are a quick way to test-drive an operating system without changing a computer's setup or endangering its contents.
linux.com: There's no denying that 2012 has been a momentous year for Linux. Of course, like any other year, the one now drawing to a close has been more than simply a collection of individual successes for Linux. Rather, such events tend to be indicative of larger trends that collectively make up the big picture.
Also: Top Linux Stories Roundup 2012
itwire.com: The Linux Foundation has released a video of what it sees as the 2012 highlights for Linux - but the presence of decent video-creation and editing software running on Linux does not seem to be one of them.
networkworld.com: As you may have heard by now, the Linux kernel is dropping support for the 386 processor. It's okay. I'll wait right here while you finish pushing over monitors and flipping over every desk at work in a nerd rage. I did the same thing.
pcworld.com: It's been just a few weeks since the launch of Linux Mint 14 “Nadia,” but already the project behind the popular distribution has been making plans for its next release.
linux.com: Mandrake Linux was my best early experience with Linux, way back in the last millennium, back when literal floppy disks roamed the Earth and 4 megabytes of RAM was riches. Back then you could buy boxed sets of Red Hat Linux in stores, and Red Hat was popular as a desktop Linux.
techrepublic.com: Jack Wallen plants his tongue in his cheek and has a go at the Twelve Days of Christmas — open source style!