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It’s about time someone wrote this article. I know the headline is a little bit provoking. But when you think about some comments from Linux proponents you could think so.

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Fedora 9 has been released and available for download. Some of the more interesting new features include a new package management system and other softwares.

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This tutorial explains GDM (GNOME Display Manager) modification to support user verification through keystroke-dynamics processing. Modified GDM allows only you to login. If you go ahead and tell your password to a friend. They still won’t be able to log in using GDM without knowing the precise method of typing required when entering your user […]

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The Ubuntu project has released beta version 8.04 and available for download from the official project web site. The Ubuntu developers are moving very quickly to bring you the absolute latest and greatest software the open source community has to offer. New feature includes: + GNOME 2.22 + Linux kernel 2.6.24. + Firefox 3 beta […]

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(click to enlarge) => Download zip file – source (584K) Image Credit: gnome-look.org

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I’ve been looking for something like this. One brand new feature of gutsy is that tracker, a desktop indexer like google desktop, runs by default. Tracker also supports taxonomy for your files and folders but this feature is not yet integrated into gnome. But wait…you can have it anyway in a few simple steps => […]

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A typical question asked by many new Linux users. The answer is pretty simple: Your partitions are not being unmounted properly when you last shutdown the Linux desktop. Linux needs to shutdown properly (I’m sure this applies to Windows and Mac OS too) before powered off. If you skip this step there could be data […]

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