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Mini-interview with ROSA

Some time ago, I wrote an article “How Fresh is the Dew?” That article was about the first release of the Linux distribution named ROSA. In Russian, the word “rosa” means dew, so that was playing with words that time. I am not sure if the developers of the distribution read my article or not, […]

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Linux for a business traveller

Are you a business traveller? Do you need to spend at least some of your nights away from home, somewhere in a hotel? Do you have a company laptop? If you answer is yes, then you’re like me. I also have a company laptop with MS Windows already installed on it. To be honest, it […]

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Solus OS: Debian on steroids

Are you tired of all the new interfaces being pushed to you by Unity, GNOME Shell and, soon, Windows Metro? Do you want to stick to “good old” GNOME 2? Do you want to have a rock solid base for your operating system? If your answers are “Yes”, then I have something interesting for you, […]

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Geek-in-Pink: When I installed Mandrake on my computer, my boyfriend was not happy at all.

I have been using Linux for 6 years. My boyfriend at that time had a set of Mandrake CDs. He wanted to install Linux but couldn’t figure out the hard drive partitioning. The way he and my best friend described Linux was that it was a power user’s system and very easy to tweak. I had already been tearing Windows apart and modifying it to suit my fancy. So one day I got the Mandrake CDs and installed Mandrake on my computer. My boyfriend was not happy at all…

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Debian KDE: Performance, Comfort and Stability

Debian KDE Live left very good impression on me. This Operating System is very responsive and quick, even when DVD operations are involved. Running from USB, it was a flash.

Debian KDE Live is very well suited system for user who wants to have powerful OS ready-to-use on any computer. It is well equipped with most instruments for everyday use which average user may need.

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Meeting the KDesktop from Alt Linux

What do you know about Russia? Vodka? Bears on the streets? Siberia? Any more stereotypes? Let me give you another one: Linux. Yes, Linux! There are people in Russia, there are computers in Russia, and of course there is Linux! I have written about at least 3 Russian Linux distributions already: Simply Linux, Alt Linux […]

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Seven Things to do after Installing Bodhi Linux

So you’ve taken the plunge and opted to install Bodhi Linux. Perhaps you read a recent review or one of the screen shots in our gallery caught your eye. Either way you’ve got a newly installed system and you might be wondering what exactly to do next. The following are seven things that are a […]

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