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Order your CD with OpenSUSE 12.2

The latest version of OpenSuSE 12.2 has been released just recently. Many of you already looking for downloading of your own ISO image of the system. But many of you are not so lucky, and will need to wait longer, because you can not or do not want...
by Linux notes from DarkDuck on Sep 6, 2012

Mageia 2 GNOME: not that good

Mageia is a distribution forked from Mandriva some time ago. That's not a secret. Also, it's not a secret that Mandriva's preferred desktop environment was KDE. Even the fact that the latest version Mandriva 2011 has only a KDE option proves tha...
by Linux notes from DarkDuck on Jul 10, 2012

Zorin OS 6 Lite: Windows replacement for low-end computers

Zorin OS is an operating system targeted to new converts from Windows to Linux. It eases up the transition, because gives the user a familiar interface. As I wrote before, Zorin OS is based on Ubuntu and, until version 6, on GNOME 2 functionality. I...
by Linux notes from DarkDuck on Jul 5, 2012

Puppy Slacko: different, but the same

Most of my readers probably know, that apart from this blog, I also run Buy Linux CDs site. You can order CDs with Linux distributions there, and they will be sent to anywhere in the world. There are not a lot of orders, I must admit. But sometimes...
by Linux notes from DarkDuck on May 14, 2012

Xubuntu 12.04: don't fix what is not broken

There are not so many successful commercial companies on the Linux market. Of course, RedHat is the flagbearer in that area, with their over-1-billion dollars revenue for the last year. Who is on the second place? I think most people would name Canon...
by Linux notes from DarkDuck on May 1, 2012

Ubuntu 12.04: A Stairway To Heaven?

Many of Linux users waited for that day. 26th of April 2012. The day when Canonical released their Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin. The day, when Unity became the only available desktop environment for the current long-term support version of Ubuntu. T...
by Linux notes from DarkDuck on Apr 27, 2012

Six (plus one) ways to use Linux Live CDs in your business

Do you think an operating system should always be installed on the hard disk of a computer? It was true up until a certain point. Things changed when Knoppix Live CD was released by Klaus Knopper in 2000. Knoppix was a pioneer in Live CD for Linux,...
by Linux notes from DarkDuck on Apr 17, 2012

Six ways to use Linux Live CDs in your business

Do you think an operating system should always be installed on the hard disk of a computer? It was true up until a certain point. Things changed when Knoppix Live CD was released by Klaus Knopper in 2000. Knoppix was a pioneer in Live CD for Linux,...
by Linux notes from DarkDuck on Apr 17, 2012

How to count how many files are in a directory with find on Linux

Did you ever needed to count, how many files in a directory are there? Having the concrete number of files in a directory is not a seldom task but still very useful especially for scripts or simply for the sake of learning The quickest and maybe the...


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