Linux Distributions Tutorials, User Guides & Troubleshooting Tips For An Optimized Linux Platform

A Linux distribution is a unique combination of operating system and applications which have been developed to meet the specific requirements of certain types of Linux user. Whereas Windows comes packaged as Vista and has legacy operating systems of XP, 2000, 98, etc. Linux has over three hundred ‘active’ distributions which deliver an unbelievable mix of configurability, features and personalization. Some of the more common and standardized distros being Gentoo, Ubuntu, Fedora, Mandriva, Debian and Slackware. Here we discuss all your different Linux distro options and explain what each one does? How a distro works? And how they can help deliver optimized Linux PC performance across any business sector on in any home. With Linux distribution installation guidance, reviews and troubleshooting tips. 530beda0-d9e0-491c-9c6d-e5ee7169a75e 1.03.01

Linux On A Stick: Bootable Fedora On The Go

You can now create a version of the Fedora Linux operating system which fits on a USB drive that you can carry anywhere and use on any PC. We explain the why’s and how’s of this process so you can see if this is right for you.

How to Install Kubuntu With Wubi

Installing Linux under Windows was never this easy. With Wubi, you can install Kubuntu by simply inserting the Kubuntu CD in your CD-ROM player. In this article, I will talk you through this installation, and go over what information to provide to a help forum or in a 911 email if things go bad.

What Does Ubuntu Mean?

Ubuntu has taken the Linux world by storm, and become one of the most popular Linux distributions. But, have you given any thought to the meaning of the word “Ubuntu”? How does the philosophy of Ubuntu apply to the product bearing the same name?

Review: Ubuntu 7.04 – A Strange Name You Can Count On

If there is one thing you can count on, it’s this: successful open source software must have a strange name. If this rule holds true, then maybe it explains some of the success of one of the newest major Linux distributions: Ubuntu.

Review: Fedora 7 – A Solid Core Distribution

Fedora Core 7 is a solid all-around distribution with lots to offer. Though perhaps not the best desktop distribution out there, it’s easy to use and its user interface and security features are top-notch.