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Linux Foundation ‘Fails’ Linux Mint: Suggests Upgrade to Windows or Mac

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Those using Linux to register for a Linux Foundation webinar are told to try using Windows or OS X instead.

Excuse me if I have a little fun at the Linux Foundation’s […]

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Linux Under the Hood: Silence of the RAM

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The continuing adventures of a new open source tinkerer who finds his diagnostic acumen sorely lacking during what should have been a simple RAM installation — thereby leaving the rest of us grateful he […]

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JavaZone Sells Open Source in TV Parodies

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The Video Screening Room

This movie trailer spoof sells a movie that’s definitely not coming soon to a theater near you. If it were, however, you can bet your booty it’d be released under […]

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Teaching New Linux on Old Hardware

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The Heart of Linux

It seems, according to this, that the customer service offered by Reglue far exceeds that offered by any big box retail outlet — and the clients get preinstalled Linux to […]

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Speaking on BSD: The Waiting Is the Hardest Part

Even though these Penguins and Devils players duke it out in the National Hockey League, it doesn't mean that Linux users and BSD users have to do the same in the FOSS realm, right? Right? (Photo Credit: The Pensblog, Creative Commons Attibution 3.0 Unported)

Larry the BSD Guy The BSD devil resides in a penguin’s DNA.

After answering various calls for presentations to a few upcoming shows, it stands to reason that Tom Petty is right: The waiting is […]

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