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Do the new desktops succeed in creating intuitive, simple-to-use and distraction-free desktop environments? It is hard to be passionate about something that everyone does! …

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There are hundreds of different Linux distributions worldwide. However, almost all of them are based on Debian, openSUSE, Slackware or Red Hat. But is …

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Here is a record of my initial explorations and findings about the recently released openSUSE rolling distribution repository, Tumbleweed, as experienced on a netbook. …

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GNOME 3, code-named ToPaZ (for Three Point Zero), was released on April 6 this year. The release has raised many questions. Can GNOME 3 …

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The previous article detailed methods to scan an IPCop-based firewall in a test environment. The scan output revealed several open ports, which could lead …

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After four articles on Nmap [1, 2, 3 & 4], which explained a number of command-line options for scan technique specification, target specification, port …

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Desktop environments are wonderful in the way they just work. The complexity of what is happening “below the hood” is well hidden from us. …

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After pitting the three against each other what followed was the battle of the century, as each distro pulled off one unique trick after another to stay on top of the game.

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A modern desktop with an office suite, multimedia codecs, wireless support and more. You can have all that in around 10-15 minutes.

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The Web-based SUSE Studio service makes the job of rolling out your own GNU/Linux-based distro or appliance child’s play.

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