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  • Ubuntu   ( 76 Articles )
    Using the Gnome desktop environment, Ubuntu is currently the most popular Linux distribution. Ubuntu is based on Debian and sponsored by South-African-based company Canonical. Releases come every six months in many flavors depending on the size, look, and functionality you want.
  • Fedora   ( 37 Articles )
    Fedora is an RPM based Linux operating system built on top of the Linux kernel and supported by Red Hat. the Fedora Linux distribution frequently features cutting edge applications while still balancing stability of the operating system.
  • PCLinuxOS   ( 89 Articles )
    PCLinuxOS began when it officially forked from Mandrake during 9.2. PCLinuxOS is now significantly different thabn Mandrake(Mandriva) despite the desktop look. Often abbreviated to PCLOS, The PCLinuxOS Linux distribution is a Live CD that can be easily installed onto the hard drive.
  • OpenSuse   ( 11 Articles )
    Sponsored by Novell, OpenSUSE is a general purpose Linux distribution that uses the KDE desktop environment. OpenSUSE includes many useful applications by default and tools like YAST, a system management control center.
  • Slackware   ( 1 Article )
  • Mandriva   ( 11 Articles )

    Mandriva 2008 Spring featured many new changes including better hardware support, pulse audio installed by default, parental controls, updated applications, and a major new release.

  • gOS Rocket   ( 25 Articles )
    gOS Rocket was the 2nd release of the popular Ubuntu based Linux operating System. gOS Rocket featured Google applications icons in the bottom docking toolbar and significant bug fixes and improvements from the first release of gOS Linux.
  • Debian   ( 6 Articles )

    Debian TutorialsDebian Linux was initially released back on August 16th, 1993, Debian GNU/Linux is not just an extremely popular Linux distribution it also has been very influential to the development of other Linux distributions. Debian is known for its unmatched stability and powerful features.

    We've been using Debian Linux for many years now as a primary desktop and server for our business. We try to document many of the Debian projects we're involved in. Stop by our new Debian Tutorial section for more.


  • Vector Linux   ( 9 Articles )
  • Desktop Reviews   ( 33 Articles )

    Selecting a desktop that works well for you is important. Here we've compiled a collection of information about specific distros. Many articles compare distros or offer helpful hints about choosing a desktop environment, applications etc.

  • Ubuntu 8.04   ( 33 Articles )
    Ubuntu 8.04 was released on April 24, 2008 and that's why the version number is 8.04. Codenamed Hardy Heron the release featured Long Term Support (LTS) as the operating system is supported until 2010.
  • DSL Tutorials   ( 1 Article )
    DSL or Damn Small Linux is a very versatile Linux operating system that allows us to execute many problem solving projects. We've documented the projects we've been involved in, added screenshots and published them as DSL tutorials here.
  • DSL   ( 18 Articles )
    DSL stands for Damn small Linux, an operating system that is only 50 MB in size. Don't let the size fool you though, as the articles here will show, Damn Small Linux packs a punch.
  • gOS   ( 11 Articles )
    The Ubuntu-based gOS Linux distribution first featured the Google applications docked at the bottom it desktop and now has added Google widgets that can be palced anywhere on the gOS desktop. Most recently gOS Linux has developed "Cloud" an operating system designed to store files remotely making it extremely lightweight and cutting edge.
  • Fedora 8   ( 15 Articles )
    Fedora 8 was released on November 8th, 2007 codenamed Fedora Werewolf. New features for Fedora 8 included PulseAudio, system-config-firewall, IcedTea, NetworkManager, and better support for laptops. Fedora 8 also featured attractive new desktop artwork.
  • Linux Newbie   ( 9 Articles )
    Linux newbies learn best with step-by-step tutorials with screen shots or videos. This allows Linux newbies to check back and reference the article at a later date. These articles are targeted at absolute Linux beginners.
  • DSL Book   ( 2 Articles )
    The Damn Small Linux book includes over 400 pages of how tos, tutorials, and screenshots that allow users to take advantage of this extremely small but versatile Linux operating system. Learn the Damn Small Linux operating system quickly and easily with the DSL book.