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CrunchBang Linux Review

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I love CrunchBang Linux.  In my opinion, it’s one of the best distributions of Linux for older computers (heck, any computer) that is actively developed. I pieced together a Gateway M250 laptop a year or so ago (3 bad ones parted out into 1 good one) and loaded it up with max RAM (2GB).  It’s […]

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YALB – Now Brought to you by Evolution Studios

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Some of you may  have noticed a few blips in RSS feeds during the last month or so.  The blips were caused by two things.. I switched from Serendipity Blogging Engine to WordPress YALB gained a sponsor for hosting Now, I’ve been running the new blogging engine and software for over a month now so […]

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Blogbridge, Simply the Best RSS

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I’ve been asked by various people how I keep up to date with technology news, research, and the latest reports…mainly because I’m never at a loss for words when discussing something (big mouth much?). Of course, many people haven’t heard of RSS at all and don’t know that one can have a program to read […]

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Experiment Revisited: Fedora Core 4

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During the next few weeks, I’ll be quietly revisiting all of the distros that we included in our experiment; Ubuntu, Fedora, Mandrake (now Mandriva), MEPIS, and PCLinuxOS. I decided to go ahead and install each distro (current version) and re-orient myself and discuss what Mrs.Devnet liked and what she didn’t like about each one and […]

with some mp3's to play. In this case, I'm using my Cruzer Micro 512MB Thumbdrive...you might have some sort of mp3 player. Since these devices are relatively similar, this should give good indication on how FC4 handles pluggin devices. Not bad! It detected my Cruzer Micro straight away and placed a desktop shortcut!

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