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Try Bodhi Linux for Beauty and Customizability

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Linux Scarcely a day goes by without an update being released for one Linux distribution or another, but today saw the launch of one I think is worth some attention.

Red Hat starts marketing Centennial Campus space

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Linux Red Hat’s sublease arrangement at Progress Energy’s Two Progress Plaza tower in downtown Raleigh isn’t even official yet, but the technology company is wasting no time trying to find a new tenant for the space it’ll be vacating on N.C. State University’s Centennial Campus.

Which Linux Distro Leads the Pack?

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Linux (blog safari): How do Linux bloggers have fun? That's right, by engaging in a little high-spirited debate -- not of some weighty, industry-changing subject this time, though, but of a matter very close to all of our hearts. It's time, in other words, to ask the question once again: Which distro is best?

Game Drift Linux review

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Gaming The GNU/Linux platform as an alternative to Windows is gaining ground, but there's one area in which the open-source operating system trails its proprietary equivalent: gaming. One new distribution, Game Drift Linux, looks to change all that.

Unity Linux | You did not die !

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saleem-khan.blogspot: I wrote a post about Unity Linux " Why Should I use Unity Linux ? " back in April 2010 when this distribution was in its prime. Things were exciting and promising.

Archbang 2011.09 Released

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  • Archbang 2011.09 Released
  • ArchBang 2011.09 Includes the Linux 3.0.4-1 Kernel
  • Unity Linux 2011 to use Arch-Linux-Like Approach

The Great Linux Migration: who, what, where

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Linux Many organisations are navel gazing and assessing ways of increasing productivity and decreasing costs in order to stay afloat in the current business climate. As a company’s IT spend is one of the larger costs of running a business, it makes sense to look closely at how you run your IT shop. Linux may just answer both prayers:

Kernel Log: Coming in 3.1 (Part 2) - Storage and filesystems

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Linux On Monday morning, Linus Torvalds released the fifth pre-release version of Linux 3.1. It is currently only available from GitHub, with the infrastructure still restricted following the recent hack.

Linux for me, Linux for you.

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Linux There is a plethora of Linux operating systems abound which make it hard to decide which operating system is best for a certain person. Is that really true?

Linux turns 20: Progress report on world domination

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Linux Jack Wallen shares his thoughts about Linux turning the big 20. Why hasn’t the penguin enjoyed world dominance like every fan thought it would? Jack offers up his take on the subject.

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