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Debian Trying to Recruit More Women

The Debian Women project is beginning training sessions to encourage more women to participate in the nuts and bolts of Debian development. 

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Report: Red Hat Takes on Unix

A new release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux is a boost to resellers, and to Unix defectors. So what is a company that sells both Unix and Linux do?

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Linux Video Editing Apps: The Simple, the Slick and the Stumbly

It used to be that only hard-core film buffs carried video recording equipment on vacations. Unless your job required working with film, film editing software was not on most computer users' must-have list of tools. Maybe that is why until recently, few really useful film editing apps existed for the...

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A Linux Server OS That's Had 11 Years to Improve

SME Server is pretty much the original ready-rolled server distribution. Although it has changed hands – and names – a few times, it's been around since 1999, when it was known as e-Smith, a name you'll still see in a few places.…...

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Tutorial: grml, the No-Frills Linux Rescue CD--USB

You want a good end-user live CD? Go with Knoppix. You want a server admin's toolbox with minimal fluff and maximum usability? Go with grml, a Debian-based live CD/USB that packs in more than 1,700 applications and utilities.

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