[News] Moving to Linux via ODF, Learning Linux Through the Hypervisor (Good Introduction)

[News] Moving to Linux via ODF, Learning Linux Through the Hypervisor (Good Introduction)

Post by Roy Schest » Tue, 17 Jul 2007 22:56:04


Vmware Server Console Introduction to Virtualization

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| The majority of Linux users have gotten used to keeping more than one
| operating system on their hard disks. Most frequently the second system is a
| version of Microsoft Windows. Switching between the two systems tends to be
| irritating, especially when the secondary system is needed only once - to run
| an application WINE has refused to start, for example.
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http://www.yqcomputer.com/ #

Just published this one as well:

Migrating to Linux in the Enterprise Using Vendor-independent Formats

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| An impulsive and immediate migration to Linux can sometimes lead to
| disappointment. Ambitious businesses are sometimes led to believe that their
| data can merely be be dumped from one platform onto another, but the reality
| is a little more complex than this.
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http://www.yqcomputer.com/
 
 
 

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2. [News] [Linux] New Linux Magazine is Born; Another Person Ditches Windows for Good (Moves to Linux)


And Ubuntu Linux has yet another magazine (among several others):

[Ubuntu] Full Circle Magaine - Issue 1 is OUT

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| This issue includes:
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| * Installing Ubuntu Feisty Fawn
| * Howtos: Linux directory structure, MythTV, Scribus, and more
| * Interview with Deluge BitTorrent Client developer
| * News, reviews, and much more!
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http://www.yqcomputer.com/

My Review of Ubuntu Feisty Fawn (and why I switched)

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| The update process runs smoothly every time, and the ease of use is
| far above that of Windows. My 7-year-old nephew comes over to my
| house and can use my laptop and he loves the educational games that
| I loaded for him, and he wishes he could use those games on his mom's
| Windows machine (I'm still working on converting her). So all in all,
| I'd give Ubuntu Feisty a 9/10 on my scale. The only reason for
| deduction is the lack of driver support for my card reader.
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http://www.yqcomputer.com/

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6. [News] [Linux] Australia Accommodates Linux Through Hypervisors

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8. [News] [Linux] Good Review of BLAG (GNU/Linux), More Screenshots from the New Gentoo Linux

9. [News] [Linux] New and Extensive Linux Introduction/Advocacy

10. [News] [Linux] New Introduction to Linux Distributions, Augmented Timeline Chart

11. [News] Introduction to MontaVista Linux 6, More Embedded Linux

12. [News] [Linux] New and Extensive Linux Introduction/Advocacy Page

13. [News] Introduction to Linux Audio Player, Linux forensics

14. [News] [Linux] Introduction to Voyage Linux, Review of Open Source FPS Games

15. [News] Linux Foundation Calls Sun-Oracle Good News to Linux