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1. Debian or Ubuntu?
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4. Getting a Dlink Driver to Work
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... human. If you need help or a custom configuration they will take care of you. Oddly, the titans of tech are unable to do this without making it a great big hairy deal. (I learned to make custom Debian ...
... the merits of KDE over Gnome. I remember never quite mastering the... Continue reading… Poll What Linux distro do you use everyday?   Ubuntu Fedora Debian openSUSE Mint  ...
7. Distribution Release: KNOPPIX 7.4.1
Klaus Knopper has released KNOPPIX 7.4.1, a bug-fix release of the project's Debian-based live CD/DVD that provides the LXDE (default), GNOME 3.12 and KDE 4.13.3 desktops, as well as a separate "ADRIANE" ...
8. How to Encrypt Email in Linux
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... the most protection. (The easiest way to set up more secure email and Web surfing is to run the TAILS live Linux distribution. See Protect Yourself Online With Tor, TAILS, and Debian.) Whether you ...
9. The Complete Beginner's Guide to Linux
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... you like). The most popular Linux distributions are: Ubuntu Linux Linux Mint Arch Linux Deepin Fedora Debian openSUSE. Each distribution has a different ...
10. How to Image and Clone Hard Drives with Clonezilla
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... page you'll see Stable and Alternative Stable releases. There are also Testing releases, which I recommend if you're interested in helping to improve Clonezilla. Stable is based on Debian and includes ...
11. Distribution Release: KNOPPIX 7.4.0
Klaus Knopper has released version 7.4.0 of KNOPPIX, a Debian-based live CD/DVD with a choice of LXDE (default), GNOME 3.12 and KDE 4.13.3 desktops. Klaus Knopper has released version 7.4.0 of KNOPPIX, ...
12. Distribution Release: SolydXK 201407
Arjen Balfoort has announced the release of SolydXK 201407, an updated build of the project's Linux distributions with a choice of Xfce (SolydX) or KDE (SolydK) desktops, based on Debian's "Testing" branch. ...
...  Point Linux is a baby, barely a year old. It is based on Debian 7 and the MATE desktop, which was originally forked from GNOME 2. So it has a traditional system menu and panels-- nice and clean, ...
14. Distribution Release: Neptune 4.0
Leszek Lesner has announced the release of Neptune 4.0 (formerly known as ZevenOS "Neptune" edition), an updated release of the project's Debian-based distribution with KDE 4.13.2 as the default desktop. ...
15. Distribution Release: MakuluLinux 6.0
Jacque Raymer has announced the release of MakuluLinux 6.0 "KDE" edition, a Debian-based desktop distribution shipping with the very latest KDE desktop. Jacque Raymer has announced the release of MakuluLinux ...
... the popular desktop Linux distros had too many rough edges, so he built his own sleek distro based on Debian and KDE 3.1.2. New releases appeared every 6-12 months, and each release was more polished and ...
... a lasting impression.] “At university HPUX machines taught me trn. That begat Minix on a 286, which begat Slackware, which begat Debian, and finally I found Ubuntu.” - Stuart Langridge @Sil [This ...
18. How to Use the Super Fast i3 Tiling Window Manager on Linux
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... source tarballs or snag the latest code from the i3 git repository, but the easiest method is to install it from your distro repositories. On Debian/Ubuntu you have the i3 metapackage, and the individual ...
SolydXK started last March as the unofficial Linux Mint Debian Edition with KDE. Now less than a year later, they're starting to develop professional support and services for small to medium sized ...
... I use on my laptop and the build I used to run many of the examples in this article. I also have some packages for Debian ARM hardfloat. # yum install libferris-suite One strength of libferris is also ...
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