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Adobe Air and Fedora 12

March 22, 2010 Jon F 4

This weekend, I installed Fedora 12 (Constantine) on my laptop, and I have to say that so far, I’m impressed. Thanks to the standard GNOME […]

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Kubuntu 9.10 (Part I)

January 4, 2010 Tyler B 2

After giving up on installing openSUSE 11.2 (the installer insisted on failing during the partition stage) I am now successfully dual booting Windows 7 and […]

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XBMC Camelot

December 28, 2009 Tyler B 3

In my daily RSS feeds I read about the release of the newest version of XBMC, formally the Xbox Media Center, so I decided to […]

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Phoenix Rising

December 12, 2009 Dana H 4

As we prepare to bring The Linux Experiment to a close over the coming weeks, I find that this has been a time of (mostly […]

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This… looks… awesome!

December 8, 2009 Tyler B 0

Looks being the key word there because I haven’t actually been able to successfully run either of  these seemingly awesome pieces of software. Amahi is […]

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Fedora 12 Graphics [Update]

November 19, 2009 Tyler B 1

I stumbled upon this news thread which mentioned open source ATI driver support through the use of the mesa-dri-drivers-experimental package. Promptly installing this yum install […]

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Installing Fedora 12

November 19, 2009 Tyler B 1

With the recent release of Fedora 12 it is high time that I upgrade from my existing Fedora 11 install to the new wonders that […]

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Twelve to twelve

November 5, 2009 Dana H 3

Well, it’s official – twelve more days remain until the November 17 release of Fedora 12 (Constantine).  I, for one, can hardly wait – Fedora […]

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Distribution Upgrades

November 1, 2009 Tyler B 0

As with the release of Karmic Koala, the majority of the other distributions we here at The Linux Experiment have decided to run will also […]

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Taking Wine for a spin

October 20, 2009 Tyler B 4

Wine, or W.I.N.E. Is Not an Emulator, is a set of compatibility libraries that allow some Windows applications to run pseudo naively on Linux by […]