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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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Using a USB Turntable with Linux

For most consumers, vinyl records are twenty years dead. But if you're a DJ, a collector, or the owner of limited edition vinyl, then records still matter to you--and you probably want to listen to your tracks sometimes on your Linux computer. The best way to do so is to create and transfer files via a USB turntable and the Audacity sound editor. The process is relatively straightforward, but it does have a few quirks.

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Why Are Computer Hardware Vendors Such Snoopy Control-Freak Weirdos?

You think you own your stuff that you paid your own money for? The Sony PS3, the XBox, the Palm Pre? Think again...
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Nine Things To Do With Your Linux eeePC

The size of the eeePC makes it a nice little machine to take with you everywhere. Equipped with eeeBuntu, the netbook will easily fill most of your day-to-day computer needs. Since eeeBuntu is a full-fledged version of Linux, it has a huge array of labor-saving applications and capabilities.
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GPL Possibly Violated by Satellite Receivers

Several providers of satellite receivers are alleged to be violating the provisions of the GNU General Public License by using GPL software in their equipment without providing the appropriate source code...
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IBM Halves Mainframe Linux Engine Prices

The IBM mainframe may not have a lot of direct competition when it comes to z/OS-based batch and transactional work, but the story is different when it comes to Linux.

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