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Pinta .5 Released - What's it Like?

Pinta 0.5 has been released and with it comes some new tools and several bug fixes. Pinta emerged in February and garnered lots of enthusiastic attention for its user-friendly interface. It was compared and contrasted to The GIMP, but consensus at the time seemed to be that it needed more time to simmer.

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How To Upgrade From Fedora 13 To Fedora 14 (Desktop & Server)

This article describes how you can upgrade your Fedora 13 system to Fedora 14. The upgrade procedure works for both desktop and server installations.

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Development Release: xPUD 0.9.5

Chen Ping-Hsun has announced the availability of a development build of xPUD 0.9.5, a minimalist distribution with a custom user interface designed primarily for kiosks and netbooks: "xPUD 0.9.5 - this is a technical preview release which only suits developers. New features - Ubuntu 10.10 base and Linux....

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Distribution Release: Sabily 10.10

Mehdi Magnon has announced the release of Sabily 10.10, an Ubuntu-based distribution with a collection of Islamic software and a web-filtering utility: "The Sabily team is proud to announce the release of the new version of Sabily 10.10, code name 'Al-Quds'. What's new: new 'Al-Quds' pictures and wallpapers,....

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What's The Fastest Linux Filesystem On Cheap Flash Media?

Compact Flash and SD storage cards are everywhere; gigabytes for cheap in a tiny form factor. Most come formatted with VFAT. Inquisitive minds want to know what is the fastest Linux filesystem for these little devices?

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The Filesystem Hierarchal Standard

If you open nautilus and browse to the root filesystem, you’ll see something that looks like the image to the left. This is the default layout of the filesystem in Ubuntu 10.10, and is a peek into the ancient (by computer science standards) history and genealogy of Linux.

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