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First Linux USB 3.0 Drivers Emerge

Even before the first USB 3.0 hardware has arrived in the shops, SuperSpeed USB drivers are ready for the Linux kernel...
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Dell's New Inexpensive Linux Notebook

The new Dell Inspiron 15n shows that you can have a great Linux notebook for the same price as a great Linux netbook.
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Linux Driver Project Status Report

This is a status report for the Linux Driver Project as of June 2009, describing what has happened in the past year of work.
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Plugging Away: Automated Text Messaging To Your Cell Phone

Suppose you have a Plug Computer (or any other Linux system) serving up Web pages and you want to make sure the thing is up and running. Wouldn't it be great to get periodic messages about the health of your system, on your cell phone.
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Linux Based CrunchPad "A Few Weeks Away"

TechCrunch's CrunchPad, a Linux based tablet computer, nears launch with new pictures of the "launch prototype" of the web browsing only, touch screen device...
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Setting the Priority for Your Linux Swap Device

When installing a shiny new Linux distro, setting up our swap space seems like just a formality. Did you know that Linux kernel 2.4 and later support up to 32 swap spaces? Read on to learn how to organize and prioritize multiple Linux swap spaces. In the Linux community there are often disagree...
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