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Chakra hits top 100 at distrowatch.orgview story

http://chakra-project.org – Gentlemen, we are all talking about opinions, in a respectfull and open way. In no moment have I implied which direction Chakra is following, just highlighted different points of view from the devs. (HowTos)

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#!/Arch Linux compare and contrast [solved :-p]view story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – I'm gonna open a thread on a topic that has been covered in a lot of different ways by a lot of different people, because I just installed Arch Linux for the first time.I'm not intending to put my opinion into this much, just make as objective a comparison as I can from my experiences so far.  I'd love for open discussion and comparison between the two to take place, but I&#039 (HowTos)

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General Undecided between the Zte Warp & LG Marqueeview story

http://androidforums.com – Hey everyone im having a problem making a decision between the Zte Warp and the Lg Marquee. I have been seeing that the zte warp is alot more responsive and faster but i been reading that there is nothing but problems with it, due to constant freezing and rebooting and an issue with the internal mic and the volume is terrible on all points. (General)

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#!/Arch Linux compare and contrastview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – I'm gonna open a thread on a topic that has been covered in a lot of different ways by a lot of different people, because I just installed Arch Linux for the first time.I'm not intending to put my opinion into this much, just make as objective a comparison as I can from my experiences so far.  I'd love for open discussion and comparison between the two to take place, but I&#039 (HowTos)

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[ubuntu] How secure is Ubuntu compared to other operating systems?view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – First of all, please forgive me for starting this thread. My lame excuse is that I slept all morning and afternoon yesterday and I have been wide awake tonight. (Hardware)

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Suggestion: Official CrunchBang testing/unstable?view story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – This particular post is half feedback and half suggestion, but I'd like to see the thread focus on the latter.With only about 8 months of Linux experience, most of which have been spent on #!, I've slowly been coming out of my self-described quiet phase thanks to the incredibly friendly and helpful users here. After a transition from #! (HowTos)

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Book review: Open Adviceview story

http://www.freesoftwaremagazine.com – A lot of people work hard trying to benefit Free Software. All together, we make a difference. Then again, some people manage to make a huge difference. They are sometimes lucky, but most often than not just immensely dedicated. Well, if you want to hear the opinions of dedicated people heavily involved in free software, this is the book for you. Read Open Advice online! Category: Reviews (General)

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Book review: Open Adviceview story

http://www.freesoftwaremagazine.com – A lot of people work hard trying to benefit Free Software. All together, we make a difference. Then again, some people manage to make a huge difference. They are sometimes lucky, but most often than not just immensely dedicated. Well, if you want to hear the opinions of dedicated people heavily involved in free software, this is the book for you. Read Open Advice online! Category: Reviews (General)

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[ubuntu] Any webcamstudio users out there???view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Im actually running mint right now to check it out but this happens with all variations of Ubuntu. I cannot get sound to work with movie clips I try and play on blogtv or anywhere else. I get video but no sound. Now someone else has got to be seeing this problem or running into it before. 1. Checked mixer settings. Nothing I can see wrong there. (Hardware)

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What if Diaspora's pods just cannot challenge Facebook's monolithic structure?view story

http://www.freesoftwaremagazine.com – When Diaspora was announced, the first thing I checked was simple: "Is it distributed?" The answer was "yes!". I felt ecstatic: having a distributed system implied that there was no centralised control over the information. What I didn't realise is that multiple pods would also lead to multiple problems -- and now I wonder whether a de-centralised structure creates more problems than it solves. (General)