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New Linux Gaming Benchmarks Published

There's several new OpenBenchmarking.org test profiles available for stressing your Linux OpenGL drivers and hardware...

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The Best FTP App for Linux

FTP is a great way to transfer files to the cloud, and you have some pretty good choices of FTP clients on Linux. However, our favorite is the powerful, cross-platform FilezZilla.

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Getting Started with the Drupal CMS

How successful is the open source content management system (CMS) Drupal? Well, in a recent interview, Drupal founder Dries Buytaert noted that nearly 790,000 people in 228 countries contribute to the platform, and it powers more than a million online sites. The White House, NASA and Twitter use it, and OStatic is also built on Drupal. In an interview we did with Buytaert, he described the core contributors to the project as on the "same scale as the Linux kernel."

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CloudStack, OpenStack and the Significance of Support

In the wake of Citrix's decision to cut its support for the open source OpenStack cloud computing platform and move full steam ahead with the next phase of its CloudStack strategy, it still seems clear to most observers that OpenStack and CloudStack are headed for fierce competition. This shouldn't come as a surprise. All the way back in 2009, open source platforms were emerging as the best way for IT departments to guarantee flexibility in their cloud deployments.

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Pros Tips for Extending LibreOffice

In a recent Wazi article comparing it with the venerable OpenOffice.org, LibreOffice was the clear winner. The free, LGPL-licensed LibreOffice offers spreadsheet, word processing, presentation, and database functions that stack up well even to proprietary products like Microsoft Word. By itself, LibreOffice is worth every penny you pay for it. But you can make it even more useful by adding extensions, templates, and fonts.

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