Daily Archives: July 31, 2014

GNU/Linux Keeps Moving On Up In Uruguay

Whatever they’re doing in Uruguay keeps on working to promote GNU/Linux. I suggest they keep on using GNU/Linux in schools, using GNU/Linux in government, and using GNU/Linux in business. See Top 7 Desktop OSs in Uruguay from W27 2008 to … Continue reading

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Converting A Small School To GNU/Linux in 1 Hour

Of course this can be done using Debian GNU/Linux but it takes more knowledge than a newbie might have. A distro designed for the purpose gets a teacher off to a good start. My first experience with GNU/Linux in a … Continue reading

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The Remarkable Rise Of Android/Linux, The Distro of 2014

While Debian, Ubuntu and other GNU/Linux distros jockey for a meagre few percent of page-views according to StatCounter, Android/Linux has a dramatic ramp upward. There are many causes of this but chief among them are a low cost licence, $0. … Continue reading

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I Care About M$ v Free Software

One of dozens of means of “winning” an argument is to claim the opponent’s arguments don’t matter.“There really is no one-size-fits-all computer operating system, so fighting about which one is better ends up being a huge waste of time.” In … Continue reading

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Android/Linux Is The New PacMan

“Android’s domination of global smartphone shipments reached a new peak in Q2 2014, with an impressive 85 percent of all smartphones now running Google’s OS. Android’s gain came at the expense of every major rival platform. BlackBerry saw its global … Continue reading

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