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Boot ISO from USB Flash Driveview story

http://www.pendrivelinux.com – BootMyISO In the following tutorial, we will show you How to Boot an ISO from a USB Flash Drive.  Syslinux [...] (HowTos)

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Lesser Known, But Very Helpful Features in OpenOffice.org Writerview story

http://www.linux.com – Anyone using Linux (or any operating system for that matter) should know about the OpenOffice.org office suite. This suite of tools serve as the open source equivalent to Microsoft Office and does so with ease and full functionality. OpenOffice.org Writer works very similarly to Microsoft Word. (Software)

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Linux for grandma & grandpaview story

http://blogs.computerworld.com – Do you provide technical support for older friends and relatives? Want to make your life easier? Give them Linux. read more (General)

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Create a Linux Mint 7 USB Flash Drive from CDview story

http://www.pendrivelinux.com – How to Create a Linux Mint 7 Flash Drive using Ubuntu's USB Startup Disk Creator while running from the Linux [...] (HowTos)

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Make a USB Boot CD for Xubuntu 9.10view story

http://www.pendrivelinux.com – How to Create a USB Boot CD that can be used to boot a Xubuntu 9.10 USB flash drive on [...] (HowTos)

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Make a USB Boot CD for Kubuntu 9.10view story

http://www.pendrivelinux.com – How to create a USB Boot CD that can be used to boot a Kubuntu 9.10 Live USB Flash Drive [...] (HowTos)

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Make a USB Boot CD for Ubuntu 9.10view story

http://www.pendrivelinux.com – How to create a USB Boot CD that can be used to boot a Ubuntu 9.10 Live USB Flash Drive [...] (HowTos)

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5 Reasons why Ubuntu 9.10 is better than Windows 7view story

http://blogs.computerworld.com – The newest desktop Linux vs. the newest Windows and the winner is... read more (General)

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Run Damn Small Linux in Windowsview story

http://feedproxy.google.com – (HowTos)

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MythTV: Turning Linux Into a Digital Video Recorder: The Front Endview story

http://www.linux.com – After reading the first part of this series, you should have a MythTV server up and running. To watch TV or schedule recordings you'll need to setup one or more MythTV front ends. Since the front end has to decode, deinterlace, and display the video content, it normally has to perform more work than the MythTV back end. (Software)