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How to install Linux on a Chromebook
If you're a tinkerer and like to really squeeze efficiency from your machines, though, you can get a lot of mileage from installing Linux. It provides greater control over your system and an array of useful applications that aren't available on ...
Windows 10 is the final nail in the coffin for the Linux desktop
For years now, we Linux fans -- yes, myself included -- have been dreaming of the fabled "Year of the Linux Desktop". What does that mean? To have Linux-based operating systems snag a bigger piece of the desktop pie, if not a majority. While a majority ...
Windows vs Linux: The 2015 VersionDatamation
Ubuntu 15.04 Vivid Vervet Alpha 2 release date, features and where to download itPC World India
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Linux chaps want to recycle your mobe as a supercomputer
The Linux-based Puzzlephone project wants to extend the life of smartphones by making more of the phone replaceable, on the premise that most of the hardware can last a decade, but consumers are locked into a much shorter upgrade cycle. Hence, for ...
?Microsoft: The open-source company
Microsoft has long used open-source software, like the BSD code behind its original TCP/IP network stack, they just didn't admit it. That was in Bill Gates' day. It's a different story today. Recently , Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said that Microsoft ...
Daily Video: Microsoft to Bundle Office With Windows 10 Phones, TabletseWeek
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Google just made it easier to run Linux on your Chromebook
Have you ever installed a full desktop Linux system on your Chromebook? It isn't all the hard, but it is a bit more complex than it should be. New features in the latest version of Chrome OS will make dipping into an alternative operating system easier.
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?Librem 15, the first free software GNU/Linux laptop, makes funding goal
If you want a Linux on a laptop, it's easy to install it yourself. You can also always buy one from a specialized Linux vendor such as System76 and ZaReason or even get a mainstream laptop, like the new Dell XPS 13 and 15 with Ubuntu installed. What ...
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The most obvious user for Linux isn't who you think
And then it dawned on me ... just who the ideal candidate for Linux should be. It's not the developer (though they probably get more benefit out of the platform than any user type), it's not the gamer, it's not the geek, and it's not the administrator ...
?Get on the Linux job train with a new system administration class
Want a good job in tech? Then learning Linux is well worth your time. In 2013, the tech job site Dice reported that senior Linux administrators were making $90,853. Last year, Dice stated that Linux jobs were more in demand than ever and that salaries ...
Linux system administrators make big bucksITworld
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Valve investigating scary sounding Steam bug on Linux
A friendly word of advice for anyone running Steam on Linux: Do not?do NOT?manually move your Steam directory from its default location. Users have reported that doing so has resulted in the deletion of everything in their directory trees, including ...
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?The TrackingPoint 338TP, the Linux rifle that's accurate up to a mile
This data is then passed on to the built-in Linux computer. Once you've tagged the target, the rifle will automatically track it. You then bring your reticule, the optical target-aiming point, to match the rifle's computed impact point. Once you've ...
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