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Linux Mint 16: No Surprises, but Plenty of Solid Improvements

Linux Mint 16, also known as "Petra," is a very solid release that fixes a lot of annoying traits left behind in previous versions. The operating system is based on Ubuntu 13.10, and that solid underpinning is made even better with the upgrade to Cinnamon 2.0 and new functionality in...

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Linux.conf.au, Linux Darling, and More Linux List

What an exciting day in my Linux newsfeeds. First up is three new Linux lists that enumerate things like the top five distributions that need love and six great Linux systems for netbooks. I've seen several posts lately speaking of the new activity at the Darling Project recently. Jim Zemlin shares CES Linux highlights today and Chris Duckett catches us up on Linux.conf.au 2014. 

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CyanogenMod Launches New Gallery App

The app offers cloud service integration with Flickr, Picasa, Google+, Facebook and Dropbox for photos.

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Fedora's Copr Continues Mining New Features

Fedora's Copr project that tries to make it "easy and cool" to have third-party package repositories like Ubuntu's Launchpad PPA or the openSUSE Build Service, is continuing to march forward with new versions...

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Distribution Release: Netrunner 13.12

Clemens Toennies has announced the release of Netrunner 13.12, a Kubuntu-based Linux distribution featuring the KDE 4.11.2 desktop: "The Netrunner team is proud to release Netrunner 13.12 – 32-bit and 64-bit stable. New features: Kicker Menu (Super, Windows or Meta key to invoke); expanding taskbar (drag-and-drop support); sidebar....

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