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This man usually sits in a different seat of the interview room. Many people in the Linux world recognise him as a person who interviewed a lot of high-profile Linux advocates, prophets and journalists. But let me now put him into the interviewee's seat and introduce the man to you. Please meet: Steven Ovadia.
I hope you have enjoyed the first and the second parts of the Linux Screenshot Beauty Contest. Let's see the third part.
It's now the time to present you the second part of the gallery. I hope you will enjoy...
Where's my Penguin bat? Need to go tap on a few windows, get'em opened up and let the fresh air in
Which distribution and screenshot do you prefer most?
Around 2005 I decided to educate myself in computers as an extension of my trade: radio-technician. Cheap imports meant that our trade was just about obsolete.
Dark thoughts had been on my mind but Linux saved my life!
I really do think that OpenSuSE 12.3 is the best in the OpenSuSE 12.x range. But that's far not the best operating system. And, I should admit, this is not the honest operating system. It's a cheater!
The recent emergence of the mini PC has opened up new horizons for the Linux user. The form factor of the Mini PC is a square having approximately the same dimension as the long side of a DVD box and thin in profile.
What are the ratings of the operating systems for the ability to move house? Last time the clear winner was WinXP, followed by Linux Mint Xfce, Debian and Mageia.
The situation is different this time.
When I was at school the term geek was a derogatory word directed at people who spent a lot of time on a ZX Spectrum, was part of a chess club or played a musical instrument in the school orchestra. Unfortunately I was one of those people who fell into all three categories.
If you participate in this contest, you have a chance to receive one of ten FREE subscriptions to any one of magazines from Zinio assortment! Yes, that means FREE!!! Zinio distributes iconic Linux-related magazines like Linux Format, Linux User and Developer and others. Of course, more magazines available too: from PC Magazine to Cosmopolitain, from PC World to Garden Illustrated Magazine.
Although I dabble with many different Linux distributions, nothing comes close to matching Linux Mint. From freedom came elegance. From elegance came stability, reliability, and usability.
I just revived a work friends old laptop with Linux Mint 13 Cinnamon and he said “WOW, it’s great!”
System managers are in serious need of the right tools to help manage their systems and environments. There are many different Linux tools that can help administration managers deal with unruly environments. These tools are some of the most highly rated in the business. While the following list of tools may not be the most well known tools, they are by far some of the best Linus tools that can help administrators in a variety of ways. The benefits of these tools are truly limitless.
A chance to receive a free book "Linux Mint System Administrator’s Beginner's Guide" from PACKT publishing
Tomas M. has returned to the business. The new version of his famous operating system, SLAX 7.0, was released in the middle of December 2012.
If you wish there was an English grammar checker for OpenOffice Writer, you’re in luck. Two popular extensions let you add an English grammar check to OpenOffice for free.
The latest release of ROSA, announced on the 19th of December 2012, got the name ROSA Desktop.Fresh 2012. You can read the official press release yourself. However, after reading it I decided to ask some clarification questions of Konstantin Kochereshkin, the PR-manager of ROSA Labs.
An operating system is the flavor, personality, and structure of a computer. For most machines, Windows and Macintosh make up the functional aspect of how a user views the world.
Linux, for the most part, is an open source operating system that is free of charge.
The world of computing is changing rapidly. We're moving to a cloud based, multi-device computing world, and Ubuntu has evolved accordingly. The latest 12.10 version of Ubuntu includes several improvements over the last stable release, 12.04, and also includes a bunch of new features bound to please both desktop and server users.
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