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[News] There's Lots of GNU/Linux Beyond Recognised Names

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10 Special Purpose Linux Distributions

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| Today we will share with you 10 such distribution (among many) that are 
| fairly popular for specialized task or interest: 
| 1) Scientific Linux: Based on Redhat, Scientific Linux is the result of a 
| collaboration between two leading scientific research organization: Fermilab 
| and CERN. As the name suggests this distribution can be a starting point for 
| individuals or organizations who are interested in scientific research.   


The best looking Linux is nearly here - and it's not Ubuntu 

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| One of the many impressive features of Linux is that it is so flexible and 
| has components that can be swapped in and out, and this includes its complete 
| look-and-feel.  



sidux, antiX, and SimplyMEPIS - still winners in 2009!

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| I have not changed my view of the top desktop systems for my own personal use
| as the landscape of distros changed at the end of 2008, nor have I changed my
| view as we are two months into the 2009 year. I have elevated my view of one
| system - Fedora. I really like the Alpha release of their Fedora 11. It shows
| that even at an early testing stage, they are one of the few projects that
| has managed to package KDE 4.2 well. When you couple that with the fact that
| they are already among the leaders in security and virtualization centered
| projects, this makes Fedora one of the leading projects to follow.


Torvalds rejects one-size-fits-all Linux

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| Linus Torvalds has rejected the argument that Linux developers should pool
| their resources behind a single distribution.

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