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CrossOver Linux 9 reviewview story

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How do I go about installing windows after linux is already on my hard drive?view story

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The Top Ten Reasons for Learning Linux, Number 4 Enhanced Virus Resistanceview story

http://i486.net – begin by mentioning a few facts that can be very confusing for the die-hard fans Linux Unix. Serious computer virus first appeared in Unix systems. And perhaps the worst computer virus attack in history occurred on Unix systems about twenty years ago. The good news is that the lessons of this attack were integrated into the continuing development of Unix and Linux. (General)

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winetricks 20100316 releasedview story

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winetricks 20100316 releasedview story

http://linuxo.com – Wine-Reviews: "New winetricks 20100316: new verbs steam, adobeair, 7zip, d3dxof and win7" (General)

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The Top Ten Reasons for Learning Linux, Number 8, More Control Over the Computerview story

http://i486.net – Linux offers several dozen commands that allow you to control your computer to a degree which far exceeds the capabilities of Windows systems. For example, take the command ls to list files and directories. For the uninitiated, this is the Linux version of the DIR command in Windows that also shows the files and directories. (General)

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100+ Maya 3D Tutorials For Beginners, Intermediate and Advanced Usersview story

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