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CAELinux Is the Ideal Distro for Designing Scientists

CAELinux is a perfect example of the power of open source to tailor the Linux operating system to users' specialized needs. This computer-assisted engineering distro clearly is not for the vast majority of Linux users, but it certainly has all the features you would expect in any mature Linux OS...

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Development Release: Oracle Linux 7.0 Beta 1

Oracle has announced that the initial beta build of Oracle Linux 7.0, a distribution built from source code for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.0 and enhanced with an "unbreakable" Linux kernel, is ready for testing.

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Linux 3.15 Picks Up New Notebook Support

The x86 platform driver update was pulled today for the Linux 3.15 kernel, which includes new notebook support...

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The Many Alternative Computing Worlds of Linux

Installing Linux as the main operating system on a spare computer is one way to explore it. Some versions can also run live on a CD or DVD, but a more flexible choice may be to run it “virtually.” That way, it can run within Windows or Mac OS X and a variety of Linux versions can be installed. Programs like VirtualBox or VMware Fusion make this possible.

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Fedora 21 Receives Another Helping Of Features

Another round of features have been approved by the Fedora Engineering and Steering Committee for this year's Fedora 21 release...

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Distribution Release: Zorin OS 8 "Lite"

The "Lite" edition of Zorin OS 8, an i386-only variant of the beginners-friendly distribution that features the LXDE desktop, has been released.

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