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LinuxQuestions.org is proud to announce that it will now host the official forum for Amigo Linux, increasing its total number of participating distributions to eighteen.
LinuxQuestions.org is proud to announce that the LQ Wiki now contains 2,000 articles.
LinuxQuestions.org is proud to announce that it will now host the official forum for DNALinux, increasing its total number of participating distributions to sixteen.
LinuxQuestions.org has added another officially recognized Linux Distribution forum. A forum has been added for Feather Linux. LinuxQuestions.org now has participation from fifteen distributions.
LinuxQuestions.org is proud to announce its fourth anniversary. The site's first post, a welcome message from the founder, was made on June 25th, 2000.
is proud to announce that on June 19th, 2004 its Linux forum surpassed one million posts.
In an interview
, Jean Tourrilhes
discusses how he first got introduced to Linux, OS zealotry, the origins of his famous Wireless How-to page, Linux on the desktop, the state of Linux wireless device driver support, the best and worst wireless chipset manufacturers, the biggest limitations of the current 802.11 implementations and his opinion on the emerging wireless networking standards.
The LUG is a fantastic part of the Linux culture and a great way to share your Linux experience with people in your area. The LUG forum is a resource that LinuxQuestions.org is proud to offer to the Linux community...
LinuxQuestions.org is pleased to announce the addition of an Enterprise Linux forum. The LinuxQuestions.org Enterprise Linux forum will offer a place to get free, community-based help to enterprise users who are running Linux, migrating to Linux or researching the viability of a Linux implementation.
LinuxQuestions.org is pleased to announce the addition of a Linux Certification forum. The LinuxQuestions.org Linux Certification forum will have participation from three of the leading Linux certification bodies: Red Hat, The Linux Professional Institute (LPI) and CompTIA.
has added a new site to its network. The LQ Wiki
is a WikiWiki
that allows users to collaboratively build a free, complete and up-to-date Linux knowledgebase. The LQ Wiki aims to become the largest general Linux Wiki on the web. It's free to join and use the LQ Wiki and any user can add or edit content. All content is licensed under a Creative Commons license, ensuring that it will remain freely redistributable.
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