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by Rob Zwetsloot
A month ahead of the scheduled final release, ROSA 2012 enters beta and the final stretch of its development

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Raspberry Pi
by Rob Zwetsloot
The source for Raspberry Pi’s VideoCore drivers has been released, leading the way to a finished Android port and other hacks

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by Rob Zwetsloot
The upcoming Mozilla Festival in London has something for everyone, including games, mobile web designing, and coding for kids

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Programming
by Rob Zwetsloot
Linux Kernel 3.7 may still be in development, but that of course doesn’t mean development has halted on 3.6.y, with an updated version out now

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Programming
Tutorials
by Joey Bernard
Many people have smartphones with GPS. Learn how to use QGIS to make better use of the data

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Features
by Richard Hillesley
Arch and Gentoo are rolling community distributions that emphasise self-help and choice for the adventurous user. Richard Hillesley investigates…

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Reviews
by Gareth Halfacree
In our definitive review, we pit Ubuntu up against eight other distributions to see whether or not it’s still the best around

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Distros
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by Rob Zwetsloot
The latest version of Ubuntu, and its different desktop flavours, is out now, with controversial new features.

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Distros
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by Rob Zwetsloot
The Fedora Project have pushed back the Fedora 18 Beta by a week, which will carry over to the release date of the RC and Final version

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Raspberry Pi
by Rob Zwetsloot
The Gertboard expansion board for the Raspberry Pi has started to make appearances in the wild

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Raspberry Pi
by Rob Zwetsloot
The Raspberry Pi Model B has had its RAM doubled to 512MB, but will stay at its original price

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Tutorials
by Michael Reed
Arch Linux has two distinct advantages over most systems: it’s customisable and it’s educational. Michael Reed shows us how building Arch is also a lesson in how Linux works…

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