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Posted by meshal on Friday, July 16, 2004 @ 18:17:26 EDT (3682 reads)
Without a viable 64-bit Windows solution available today, enthusiasts and neophytes alike are looking to Linux for new opportunities. Is Linux mature enough to take advantage of the same technology released to the public only months ago? The answers are more complicated than many of us originally thought, particularly considering the competition.  Read More...

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Posted by meshal on Friday, July 16, 2004 @ 02:31:48 EDT (3869 reads)
My first experience with Slackware Linux [http://www.slackware.com] came with version 9.1, after 4 years of using various versions of Red Hat and SUSE Linux. I disliked the general direction these distributions were moving in and didn't see their increasing focus on the "big end of town" as auguring well for either myself or clients of my small one-person IT consultancy business. I quickly became a Slackware convert and have since used it exclusively for all my server deployments. Check in for more and 15 screenshots from Slackware 10. Read More...

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Posted by meshal on Sunday, July 04, 2004 @ 08:32:23 EDT (3415 reads)
Linux is getting stronger and stronger with every distribution release. All of the distributions compared here are ready for the corporate desktop. Which one is right for you, is up to you. Linux has always been, and always will be about choice.
compelet review

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Posted by meshal on Saturday, May 22, 2004 @ 20:23:01 EDT (3491 reads)
Fedora Core 2 is the latest release of Red Hat's community supported Linux distribution. This release is available on 4 CDs (+ 4 CDs sources) or 1 DVD, and for x86-compatible (32-bit) and AMD64 (64-bit) platforms. compelet story

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Posted by meshal on Tuesday, March 30, 2004 @ 05:53:58 EST (3396 reads)
It takes about five minutes with Ximian Desktop 2, released today, to realize that it is not for everybody. It takes five minutes more to realize that one of its greatest strengths is that it is not for everybody. compelet story

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Posted by meshal on Sunday, March 28, 2004 @ 00:00:00 EST (5075 reads)
q8linux writes
Mandrake Linux has always tried to be a user-friendly distribution, and is often cited as the best for beginners  Read More...

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Posted by meshal on Sunday, March 28, 2004 @ 04:29:25 EST (4542 reads)
q8linux writes
Mandrake have their own page describing the main features of Mandrake Linux 10.0 and there's also the complete list of the actual packages that the Community Edition sports. To just mention the most important and interesting features: "Kernel 2.6.3 "KDE 3.2 "XFree 4.3 continue

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