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Udev: Introduction to Device Management In Modern Linux System

Modern Linux distributions are capable of identifying a hardware component which is plugged into an already-running system. There are a lot of user-friendly distributions like Ubuntu, which will automatically run specific applications like Rhythmbox when a portable device like an iPod is plugged into the system. 

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TurboPrint for Linux Saves the Day-- Again

Even though our friends the giant globalcorps are often not very Linux-friendly, fine people like the TurboPrint developers make it possible to do high-quality Linux printing.
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Dell Website Shows Ubuntu More Respect

For roughly two years, readers have told WorksWithU they have a difficult time finding Ubuntu desktop and laptop options on Dell’s U.S. Website.
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Ubuntu-Ready Dell Desktop Looks like a Nettop

Dell announced new Ubuntu Linux-ready OptiPlex desktops, including a power-efficient model claimed to be the "world's smallest fully-functional commercial desktop."
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Larrabee, We Hardly Knew Ye

Intel has announced that Larrabee, the multi-core AMD and NVidia GPU killer, has been canceled.

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Intel Unveils 48-core Cloud Computing Silicon Chip

Intel has unveiled a prototype chip that packs 48 separate processing cores on to a chunk of silicon the size of a postage stamp.
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