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Build a High Powered Linux Workstation on the Cheap

Remember the olden days of hertzes and bytes? Now it's giga-everything. Paul Ferrill takes advantage of low hardware prices to build a super-duper high-power Linux workstation for cheap. How cheap? $1000? $500?

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What's Bogging Down Your Linux PC? Tracking Down Resource Hogs

Today's low-end PC hardware is like the supercomputers of yesteryear, and yet it can feel like you're still struggling with an old 386. Akkana Peck shows how to use the ps and top commands to find CPU and memory hogs on your Linux computer.
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Five Ways Linux Saves Older PCs

Windows and Apple rely on endless upgrade cycles to keep the money flowing. Linux, on the other hand, is much more considerate of the planet and our finances. Eric Geier has five excellent ideas for giving new life to old PCs with Linux.

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PC Sales Down in Q2, Likely for All of 2009

While it's not as bad as it is for car salesmen, PC sales isn't a great business to be in right now.
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Thin Client Offers Legacy Ports

Devon IT is shipping a Linux-ready thin client with legacy parallel and serial ports, aimed at the retail and financial industries.
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