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Tuesday, June 26th, 2007

Do you have an old Windows box around the house, but all you need it for is to run a few apps that are not available on Linux?   This may just do the job. The X windows system — the base which allows graphical applications to run in Linux — has always had the […]

Friday, June 1st, 2007

Red Hat released Fedora 7 yesterday, a new version of their Linux operating system developed in partnership with the open source community and Red Hat engineers. This is Fedora’s first release to merge the Fedora Core and Fedora Extras package repositories under one set of packaging policies. Another first for Fedora 7 is all the […]

Saturday, May 26th, 2007

Ubuntu begins shipping on Dell PC’s today. There is a $50 discount for using Ubuntu over Vista and to me that seems a little disappointing but still better then nothing. Ubuntu is be coming more and more main stream as time goes by and now that Dell has adopted the very popular distro it will […]

Tuesday, May 1st, 2007

No official word just yet yet, but wordfrom Fabian Rodriguez (a member of Ubuntu’s support staff) is that Dell’s going to officially support Ubuntu installations on their Dell desktops. What dell considers support is still left up your imagination but we all hope it will consist of install and full tech support for the open […]

Thursday, April 26th, 2007

All three of the major operating systems out there, be it Windows Vista, Mac OS X or Linux, all have some form of desktop 3D eye candy. Up until recently Mac OS X had been alone with its window transitioning and minimizing effects. Then Windows Vista then came along with its Flip 3D and window […]


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