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Magazine Issues
by Rob Zwetsloot
Find out what’s happening in the latest edition of Linux User & Developer magazine. Buy it in all good newsagents or online. Regular readers can subscribe and save 30% on the retail price and – good news – you can now grab Linux User on Android courtesy of Zinio!

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Reviews
by Rob Zwetsloot
Get the latest, greatest Linux Mint, now with even more community loved desktop environments

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Reviews
by Koen Vervloesem
If you have tried Gentoo in the past but its compile times have put you off using it, maybe try again with Sabayon 9 KDE, which couples Italian elegance with Gentoo’s raw power…

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Reviews
by Rob Zwetsloot
Newly released Ubuntu based distribution Hybryde allows you to switch between desktop environments without even logging out, and comes with Unity, KDE, and LXDE by default

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Reviews
by Richard Hillesley
Changes to the behaviour of interfaces don’t always go down well, but are sometimes a good thing, says Richard Hillesley

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Reviews
by Jos Poortvliet
openSUSE community manager Jos discusses the paradigm shift in UIs brought on my the mobile computing revolution…

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Reviews
by Koen Vervloesem
We were never really excited about openSUSE, but 12.1 is well positioned to change this: it adds some state-of-the-art technology to the highly polished desktop openSUSE is known for…

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Reviews
by Dmitri Popov
A KDE-based distro powered by Arch Linux? Sounds like a perfect combo. We put Chakra through its paces to find out whether it would bring us closer to Linux computing nirvana…

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Reviews
by Dmitri Popov
digiKam has earned a reputation as the most powerful and comprehensive photo management solution on Linux. But does the upcoming version 2.0 offer enough to keep digiKam ahead of the pack? We put the latest release through its paces…

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Reviews
by Koen Vervloesem
Do you want to run the newest software like KDE 4.6 and LibreOffice 3.3? OpenSUSE 11.4 has it all on offer, and if you’re really impatient there’s even a rolling updates repository in the form of Tumbleweed. Koen Vervloesem investigates…

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Reviews
by Ken Hess
The official OpenSUSE 11.4 release is due out in March 2011 and there’s at least one very good reason to anticipate its arrival with excitement. Ken Hess explains all…

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Programming
Tutorials
by Kunal Deo
If you want your application to have the widest reach possible, it would be a good idea to ensure they play nice with both KDE and GNOME. Follow Kunal Deo’s brief tutorial to find out how to get started…

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