As Linux keeps growing as a viable desktop solution, the chances that you’re willing to try out Linux yourself is continually increasing. When you finally decide to take the plunge and have a stroll through Linux Avenue, you’ll need to be able to decide which distribution (or in short, distro) out of the thousands that are out there is right for you.
grabbexi wrote:Using Linux and understanding it as I have learned are two entirely different thingWell, I believe you mean 'using a particular Linux distribution' in the first place. Understanding Linux means no more, no less to me than 'understanding a Linux distribution'.
Recently, I was talking to a college professor who was complaining about the multitude of ways in which Linux works on various distributions. He was complaining that one distribution of Linux put a particular file in one place, and another distribution put a file in another place. He said it was hard for him to remember where each distribution put each file.
Many people want to create their own Linux distro, perhaps for fun, perhaps to help them learn more about Linux, or perhaps because they have serious neds to solve. But the secret is this: it doesn't need to be hard to get the perfect distro for you.
It is almost weekend and you want to try another Linux distribution? We’ve got you covered!
The Linux ecosystem is a varied one with hundreds of distributions, each having their unique set of abilities and limitations. Some compile the source on your system, others let you choose between init systems, try to be as small as possible, experiment with security solutions and more.
Do you use Linux in your enterprise? These are the ten ways that I've seen it used. The world's largest technical support, software and hardware companies use Linux on a daily basis for a variety of tasks and solutions. This post gives you an overview of all the ways in which large companies use L ...
I'm currently working on a projet of my own which is creating a Linux distribution for the Raspberry Pi.
The fact is : It's the first time I'm creating a Linux distribution. So it's a bit complicated to get started.
Most of us are still sitting in the meeting room, but I think it’s important to let everybody know about the results of this fruitful meeting day in Paris.
We (see the list of participants below) have met in Paris for most of the day and we discussed the future of the Mandriva Linux distribution.
As explained in previous blogs, Mandriva SA wants to create a fully independent foundation that