10 things to know about Linux and Open Source: Compilation
Jan 08, 2010, 22:03 (0 Talkback[s])
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"In case you missed some of the Linux and Open Source content in
the 10 Things blog in 2009, I thought I would do a round-up of some
of the best posts that appeared, many authored by our own Jack
Wallen. If you're new to Linux yourself (or want to introduce
others to the world of open source), these concise lists provide a
good jumping-off point on a number of topics.
"Here, I've provided the PDF-format download links, but each one
gives you the option of going to the original blog post before
downloading, if you'd rather just read it online.
"10 questions to ask when selecting open source products for
your enterprise To make sure you realize all the benefits of open
source, run these simple background checks on an open source
"10 Linux file managers worth checking out If you've never given
your file manager much thought, maybe it's time to look at the wide
range of features offered by Linux file management tools.
"10 solid Linux distributions for your netbook You don't have to
settle for an OS that's a bad fit for your netbook — there
are numerous alternatives from Linux.
"10 outstanding Linux backup utilities A dependable backup tool
is not a luxury - everyone should have one. Here are some that
don't cost an arm and a leg."